This position works closely with Director of Facilities to develop and execute a facility management model in support of current occupancy and growth strategy for 40+ dental centers and administrative office environments. Responsibilities include oversight of capital projects, project management, budgeting for capital/operating expenses, managing and maintaining internal relationships with process partners and key business contacts. This role will also work to create, manage and control operating and capital budgets relative to building and premises repairs and maintenance projects. This individual will develop, document, execute and implement facility management standards, processes, procedures and policies to Corporate Facility standards. This position will manage the relationship with multiple Property Management or Owner representatives to ensure consistent facility and office management practices are in accordance with Lease requirements. This role will participate in planning for the development and implementation of facility management technology and be involved in the decision making for long term operations. This role will create presentations and prepare financial analyses as required.
Manage all facilities processes, policies and procedures (ex: internal/external work orders, Move-Add-Change requests, space planning, preventative maintenance, supplies, workplace safety, KPI's, SLA's, etc.) Oversee and manage all capital and non capital construction projects. Assist in capital planning and forecasting. Participate in strategic meetings. Develop OPEX and CAPEX budgets and manage to them.
Further responsibilities include:
Vendor management for all third parties (ex: Life Safety, janitorial, furniture, HVAC, exterminating, etc
Negotiate and administer facility services, equipment, and vendor service contracts as appropriate.
Ensure that the workplace supports the health and safety of all employees and visitors and that all activities are in accordance with local law and code. Respond to emergencies; support business continuity and disaster recovery.
-High level understanding of construction processes. -High level project budgeting experience. -Knowledge of freestanding and modular furniture systems. -Knowledge of tools and equipment & managing inventory of same. -Corporate purchasing procedures knowledge. -Knowledge of commercial leases & clauses pertaining to building. operations/services Experience managing multiple locations and office environments. -5+ years’ experience in a facilities function; management experience is highly preferred -Knowledge of local building regulations, local laws and permitting procedures -Knowledge of buildings including HVAC Systems, Electrical, and Plumbing -Knowledge of retail management a plus -Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal -Highly proficient in MS Office Suite of products -Familiarity with CAFM software; Archibus skills a plus -Must be able to take on initiative and creatively resolve problems -Ability to multitask and prioritize effectively; excellent time and project-management skills -Flexible work schedule and ability to travel with minimal notice.
Additional Salary Information: salary to commensurate with experience level. Willing to pay competitive compensation (base salary + bonus)
The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America®, currently ranked #226 on the Fortune 250, is a global financial services company and one of the largest mutual life insurers in the United States. In 2015, the company achieved the highest earnings in its over 155-year history, reporting $1.5 billion in operating income (before taxes and dividends to policyholders). Guardian ended the year with $7.3... billion in capital, marking its seventh consecutive year of capital growth, and a record-high policyholder dividend of $838.6 million was declared. Guardian is a mutual company, meaning it is owned by its policyholders. As owners, policyholders share in Guardian’s actual financial results through annual dividends which Guardian has paid every year since 1868. Being a mutual company means the company’s focus is always on its customers and building a strong financial foundation that will serve them today and into the future. Guardian’s offerings range from life insurance, disability income insurance, annuities, wealth management and investments to workplace benefits such as dental, vision, and 401(k) plans. Guardian has approximately 8,000 employees and a network of over 3,000 financial representatives in more than 70 agencies nationwide. Guardian states its aspiration in the following way: “To be the trusted mutual partner, delivering financial security how, when, and where our clients prefer.”