Facilities Training Manager – CHS job vacancy in CCSWW (Seattle, WA 98104)

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Company name : CCSWW
Location : Seattle, WA 98104
Position : Facilities Training Manager – CHS

Description :
Overview:

Full-time

position s
tarting at $62,800 – $69,900/Yr (D.O.E) with

COMPETITIVE BENEFITS INCLUDE:

Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability
Health Savings Account and Flexible Spending Account
Generous PTO, paid sick time, 15 days of paid vacations, 13 days of paid holidays, plus a personal holiday
CCS/CHS 403(b) Employee Saving Plan
Employee assistance program
Lots of room for advancement

Catholic Housing Services is a successful non-profit agency with a culture of helping those most in need throughout Western Washington guided by core values of compassion, diversity and inclusion. The Facilities Training Manager is a key part of the Facilities team’s commitment to safe working and living environments.

Catholic Housing Services (CHS) is also a private non-profit owner, manager, and developer of affordable housing. CHS currently has over 2,600 multifamily permanent housing units and 33 commercials units in 53 facilities across Western Washington.

Position Description

A successful Facilities Training Manager will have expertise in facilities maintenance, Safety Training and Security. They will be able to team effectively with staff across the agency and vendors to complete tasks. The support needed from the Facilities Training Manager varies from site to site depending on the staffing structure and the successful candidate will be able to negotiate this. The Facilities Training Manager role is hands-on; able to quickly change priorities to meet emergent needs including providing extensive training support to site facilities staff on building systems, processes and procedures. This role will be part of the onboarding process as well as ongoing training, under direction of the Director of Facilities. This role provides system wide support.
The Facilities Training Manager will help create a welcoming environment for CHS Facilities staff and vendors, to include great customer service, attention to detail positive energy, flexibility and strong communication skills. Responsibilities:

Responsible for creating and maintaining high quality maintenance standards in over 60 buildings serving over 2500 households across nine counties in Western WA.
Onboard, train and support approximately 50 facilities maintenance technicians on building systems, repairs, renovations, administrative functions and vendor relations in conjunction with Facilities Team and Property Management.
Evaluate training needs for facilities maintenance staff. Conduct on the job training on preventative maintenance processes and procedures.
Provide training on safety and health rules, standards and procedures. Conduct regular self-inspections of work areas and practices to eliminate potential hazardous conditions; report issues to the property manager and Director of Facilities.
Create a training program that offers comprehensive training for staff ranging in skills from custodian level staff seeking to learn basic maintenance skills, to competent maintenance techs seeking to learn advanced systems and comprehensive preventative maintenance skills.
The training program should provide training in each of four regions that includes but is not limited to; basic to moderate level plumbing, light electrical, basic carpentry, wall repairs, and complete painting, proper caulking procedures, lock & key management, access control systems, and a basic understanding of fire systems, HVAC, elevators, building envelopes, camera surveillance systems, and proper residential ventilation.
The training program should also include skills in the following areas; professional demeanor and relationship building skills with staff and residents; vendor management, computer software usage, proper electronic communication, and how to use various systems within CHS such as procurement, Net Vendor and maintenance tracking software.
The training program will be offered in each of three regions; King County, Pierce and counties south and east of Pierce, and Snohomish and counties north of Snohomish.
Once developed, a series of trainings with the curricula above will be offered no less than 3 times per year in each region with the intention of building a high quality, stable, engaged and satisfied maintenance workforce for CHS facilities.
A ‘Train the Trainer’ approach can be utilized once skilled staff that may have an ability to teach others are identified.
An Internship program currently being developed at Highline Community College, or other similar training programs will be utilized to hire and train new staff.
As a member of the Facilities team, respond to emergencies in the building, and be on-call after hours/weekends for emergency maintenance needs that cannot be addressed by on-site staff.

Job Conditions
This position requires the employee to work in an environment where there may be exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and other potentially infectious material. Other exposures could include cleaning supplies, chemicals involved in pest control, paint and other materials used in building maintenance, building temperature fluctuations, dust, noise, and odors.

Physical And Mental Acuity Requirements
The requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Ability to understand and train staff on the use of maintenance manuals and applied concepts.
Ability to teach troubleshooting procedures, maintenance emergency response and make judgment calls about appropriate immediate and longer-term responses.
Ability to teach and apply safety rules.
Ability to climb ladders and work in high places.
Ability to walk, kneel, climb, stand, crouch, stoop, reach, push, pull and other related activities associated with maintenance work.
Ability to lift loads not normally exceeding 50 pounds.
Ability to occasionally lift up to 100 pounds together with a team member.
Ability to handwrite legibly.
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks, and to plan, schedule and follow-through on projects.
Ability to work independently and as a team member.
Manual dexterity to handle tools, make small adjustments, etc.
Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications

Five or more years of maintenance experience.
One or more years training and supervising maintenance staff.
Proven ability to create collaborative and effective teams and provide professional customer service.
Strong computer skills.
Working knowledge and experience with plumbing, electrical, and lock systems.
Working knowledge and experience with repair of plaster, wall repairs, proper caulking techniques and painting.
Understanding of fire control, steam, HVAC, camera systems, elevators and pest control techniques.
Experience working independently, prioritizing work tasks, and following through with the completion of the tasks.
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Must be willing to travel to obtain supplies and work at other locations when necessary.
Be willing and able to be on-call after hours/weekends for building emergencies.
Must have reliable transportation, valid Driver’s License, and automobile insurance, and have an acceptable driving record per agency driving policy.

Substitute Qualifications

May be substituted for one year of maintenance training experience:

One of more years of trainings experience in another field.
One or more year of Asset Management or Software system management.

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