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The Sr Manager, Facilities is responsible for ensuring the efficiency of daily office operations. This includes managing the office coordinator/receptionist and policy and procedure administration. The Sr Manager is also responsible for construction and renovation project management. Because the Sr Manager, Facilities position spans a wide range of responsibilities, they will be expected to work and coordinate with nearly every department in the company. 

Responsibilities:

  • Act as the key point of contact to employees and external contacts for facilities questions/needs 
  • Manage a team of facilities contractors & an office coordinator 
  • Responsible for ensuring follow through of submitted and logged tickets for maintenance, cleaning and office services
  • Ensure effective office reception desk procedures are in place for the purpose of welcoming and directing employees and external visitors, receiving office deliveries, and coordination of office access with applicable staff and security according to building procedures
  • Create and manage yearly Operations and Facilities department budget
  • Manage relationships with vendors and contractors providing building and operations support such as cleaning, office snacks, catering, and beverage offerings
  • Implement and oversee policies and procedures of daily office operations including but not limited to supply room stock, office mail, daily cleaning, printer management, onboarding, Mother’s Room, and parking
  • Manage security vendor relationships and act as a member of the office Safety Team to ensure daily security protocols are followed and assist with emergency preparedness. 
  • Oversee all Capital Expenditures construction and renovation projects and manage project managers, architects, engineers, and construction contractors
  • Assist Executive Leadership in making long term planning decisions impacting floor plans, meeting room administration, and office-related employee benefits, taking into consideration efficiency, and budgeting implications
  • Provide structure and support for the company events process, including vendor management, HVAC coordination, facility setup, teardown, and cleaning
  • Other job-related duties as assigned

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree preferred, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • A minimum of 3 years experience managing construction projects and maintaining facility operations and budgets.
  • Vendor and contractor management experience required 
  • Experience building budgets and financial forecasting, preferred  
  • Contract negotiation experience, preferred
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, and professionally handle complaints and concerns
  • Excellent presentation & interpersonal skills
  • Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality
  • Proficiency with Google Docs, Google Calendar and Gmail as well as Microsoft Office Suite required. Comfort with Mac computers a plus
  • Ability to frequently stand and move about the office, use a ladder to stock supplies and periodically run errands outside the office
  • Ability to work flexible work hours including early morning and/or late evening to support special office needs
  • Ability to regularly lift office equipment and supplies up to 30 pounds, and move office equipment/furniture across the office for various needs
  • Ability to travel to travel 5%

Work-life, culture, & perks:

  • Competitive base salary and bonus potential
  • 401k program and equity plan
  • Comprehensive health care and excellent parental leave benefits
  • Flexible PTO and generous holiday schedule
  • Casual work environment
  • Annual company-wide retreat
  • Opportunity to work with talented people who have fun in the workplace

Company Values:

We’re looking for future team members who are energized and inspired by our values, as well as people who bring new backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences. At EVERFI, our eight core values are an active part of everything we do:

  • Relationships First
  • Demand Excellence
  • Embrace Diversity of Thought & Drive Change
  • Act Like an Owner
  • Always Show Up
  • Share the Credit
  • Require Honesty & Positivity
  • Always Ask: “Did I Matter Today?”

 

EVERFI appreciates your interest in our company as a place of employment. It is EVERFI policy to provide equal opportunity for employment to all qualified employees and applicants, regardless of race, religion, religious affiliation, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by local, state or federal law. This policy applies to all areas of employment including recruitment, placement, training, transfer, promotion, termination, pay, and other forms of compensation and benefits. EVERFI will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

 

 

 

 

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