• Facilities Manager

    Category Administrative
    Job ID 2018-1721
    Job Locations
    US-TX-Dallas
    Employee Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Corgan seeks a Facilities Manager to join the firm in our Dallas office location.

    Responsibilities

    • Primary interface with landlord for maintenance, repair and security issues
    • Coordinates services and repairs for facilities, including scheduling regular maintenance and handling emergency issues
    • Manage internal employee/work group/departmental move projects, including coordination with IT and outside vendors (e.g., furniture installers, movers, etc.)
    • Schedule and follow-up on individual furniture repair/modifications requests
    • Coordinate small internal construction/renovation projects in collaboration with technical staff
    • Manage and maintain office seating charts
    • Manages time changes for Dallas doors and gates, and coordinates the creation and deactivation of access cards for Dallas employees
    • Facilitates efficient and effective responses to staff requests and complaints for all facilities
    • Manages Dallas facilities budget, prepares expense reports and check requests, manages facilities purchases, and reconciles credit card statements
    • Manages offsite warehouse and archive storage
    • Manages parking vendors and addresses issues as necessary
    • Serves as point of contact person for property management needs and projects at Frisco location
    • Uses MS Office and other business applications to facilitate the efficient and effective completion of tasks
    • Develops tools and trackers as needed including spreadsheets, tables, charts and schedules for Facilities services, maintenance, expenses and repairs
    • Oversees and manages Facilities ServiceNow tickets and Knowledge Article Database
    • Manages Facilities staff, including work distribution, scheduling and employee concerns and development

    Qualifications

    • 7+ years of experience in building/office management
    • Bachelor’s degree; or combination of high school diploma and equivalent experience
    • Exceptional client service skills
    • Adapts to rapidly changing environment, exhibiting the flexibility to maintain evolving responsibilities and accountabilities
    • Identifies and resolves complex issues in a proactive, timely and autonomous manner
    • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite
    • Able to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment
    • Sensitivity to confidential matters and ability to use discretion as required
    • Occasional lifting is required

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