The Operations Manager is responsible for overseeing property maintenance functions and all aspects of the food program. Property maintenance includes; janitorial services, exterior maintenance including snow removal, coordination of service vendors, security, and emergency procedures, and equipment purchases and repairs. The Operations Manager will manage the food service program at two locations. Food Services includes supervising the cook, ordering, and certification requirements. Additionally, the operations Manager will coordinate volunteer activities with the Volunteer Coordinator in relations to meal preparation and delivery. The position will also work on the development of new facilities including design, remodeling logistics, and occupancy logistics.
Facilities (approximately 60% of time)
Insure all facilities are maintained for cleanliness and safety and in compliance with agency standards.
Oversees security and fire protection system, insures procedures are maintained, and appropriate staff trained.
Coordinates all maintenance and repairs for facilities with staff, clients and vendors.
Coordinate building inspections
Review building designs for new building projects for potential future maintenance logistics
Preventative maintenance programs for all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing equipment, and fire safety system.
Facility related problems are investigated and repaired, seeking outside contractors when necessary
Oversee all building, cleaning and office supplies for quality and lowest cost. Insure compliance with governmental building codes.
Assistance is provided as required for new building construction and other facility assignments
Oversee facilities remodeling to meet the current and future needs of programs
Perform building maintenance and repairs as necessary and appropriate.
Janitorial Services (approximately 15% of time)
Supervises janitorial staff or contractors
Review janitorial needs on annual basis
Insure accuracy of cleaning service invoices
Food Services (approximately 25% of time)
Providing supervision of the Cooks, ensuring public health codes are maintained
Places orders for food and kitchen equipment
Maintains statistics and bills funding sources for the Food Service
Ensure effective communication and coordination with Volunteer Coordinator around volunteers serving meals
Agency contact with GCFD and other public food programs
Represents Sarah’s Circle in professional manner.
Perform general tasks and other duties assigned by supervisor
Attendance at Required Meetings
All Staff meetings
Supervision Meetings (weekly)
Attendance Preferred at Events
Annual Winter Walk
Bachelor’s degree preferred
Proficiency in building operations with a minimum of 5 years staff supervision in property management field
Health and Safety Requirements/Instructions:
Position requires the ability to lift approximately 50 lbs when receiving food and other donations.
Employees are advised on OSHA standards through required signage and administrative updates as compliant with federal law.
**This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and employee may perform other duties as assigned.