Optimize the life-changing power of camp by creating a safe, functional, and inviting facility experience. Our Facility Manager works with a team of staff who utilize preventative and restorative maintenance procedures to maintain the aesthetic and operation quality of our 112-acre residential property in Glendale, California. General areas of responsibility include maintenance, housekeeping, and construction project management. To succeed, our Facility Manager must be organized, reliable, and economically minded, making decisions and recommendation consistent with site contracts, permits, rules, and regulations. All team members of Camp Bob Waldorf and Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters work together to deliver the highest quality youth programs through the best practices of the industry, in order to provide children the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
Camp Bob Waldorf operates year-round retreats and summer programs for underserved children who would not otherwise have access to camp experiences, and also serves as a conference center for private rentals. Our property is located just 15-miles from Downtown Los Angeles and is equipped with cabins and private rooms, a range of meeting and activity spaces, a dining hall, pool, athletic fields, and a ropes course.
RESPONSIBILITIES1. Manage all maintenance, repairs, and housekeeping tasks through own expertise and the skills of facility staff:
- Ensure that camp buildings and mechanical systems are clean and properly maintained. Building repairs and maintenance are to be carried out on a systematic basis, as prioritized with the Camp Director. Examples of systems requiring regular monitoring and maintenance include: furnaces and hot water heaters, A/C, plumbing, pool, electrical system, roofing and drainage.
- Perform and/or supervise periodic repairs to buildings including but not limited to: flooring, gutters, windows, replacing bulbs and batteries, painting, carpet care etc.. Repair work may be done by the Facility Director himself/herself, if the capacity to do so exists. For work requiring specialized skills, the Facility Director can engage the services of paid professionals.
- Maintain camp vehicles and machinery in good working order
- Document repairs and maintenance through written work order system.
- Assist with capital projects, especially as an on-site foreman to coordinate the project and the work force.
- Trash collection and disposal
- Regular cleaning in bathrooms, cabins, program and meeting spaces
2. Manage systems for supply/equipment purchasing and repair/maintenance budgeting
- Order maintenance supplies (ensure that adequate supplies are kept on hand for the day to day running of the Camp) and check deliveries, forwarding approved invoices as directed by the Camp Director
- Make recommendations to the Camp Director for budgeted repairs and maintenance during the budget preparation period; outlining costs and details.
3. Arrange, oversee, and hold accountable outside contractors for specialized work (landscaping, pool maintenance, plumber, pest control, etc.):
- Contact vendors, collect estimates, and make recommendations for selection
- Establish and manage timelines and successful job completion
4. Live on-site in the Facility Director’s Residence on year-round basis, to ensure the well-being and security of camp property buildings and holdings.
5. Supervise a team of 2-3 staff members by modeling excellent practice, assigning responsibilities, and providing feedback.
ON A TEAM
The Facility Director Manager work closely with all members of the camp department and will be supervised by the Camp Director and agency CEO. They will also interact with other members of JBBBSLA including staff members of the Finance and Development departments.
- Experience and skills in handyman tasks including: carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and basic vehicle mechanics.
- Experience working with power tools and knowledge of their safe operation;
- Excellent work habits including: punctuality, efficient use of time, prioritizing tasks;
- Working independently to maintain and repair facilities according to standards;
- Knowledge of and compliance with safety codes and standards for ground facilities;
- Excellent working skills including: communication skills, organizational skills and attention to details
- Ability to lift 100 pounds.
- Ability to work with cleaning equipment, chemical compounds, solvents, cleaners, and solutions in dry, liquid, powder, spray, and aerosol forms;
- Ability to work in conditions that will create dirt and dust.
- High School degree or equivalent required.
- Minimum 3 years in facility management or 7+ years in the field with excellent recommendations
- Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
- Strong skills oral and written communication skills
- Well-developed interpersonal skills, positive energy, sense of self, open mind, and empathy.
- Year-round, fulltime position
- On-site housing provided
- Salary range $40,000 - 48,000 based on experience
- Benefits include health, dental, vision, retirement plan options, outdoor opportunities, and professional learning
- Paid vacation, sick and personal time
Learn more about our camp community at www.campbobwaldorf.org
Submit resume to Dr. Zach Lasker, Director, at email@example.com
Housing included + great benefits