Summary of the Position:
The Facilities Manager reports to the Vice President of Operations and is responsible for managing and assisting in the completion of the day-to-day activities involving the maintenance of the building/facility, equipment and machinery to include HVAC, plumbing, electrical systems and production/manufacturing equipment, grounds keeping, security and safety. Oversees the coordination of building space allocation and layout, and facility expansion. Supervises and coordinates the work of the maintenance mechanics. Also responsible for overseeing the Safety and Environmental Services team and the day-to-day activities pertaining to the Nutramax facilities, to include housekeeping, grounds keeping, overall facility appearance and general facility maintenance and safety.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Manages the maintenance of the building, grounds, equipment, and plant facilities
- Arranges for and manages appropriate third-party contractor support for services associated with the mechanical operations of production equipment and facilities
- Plans, budgets, and schedules facility modifications, including cost estimates, and inspects construction and installation progress
- Develops and maintains preventive maintenance schedule programs for applicable equipment and machinery
- Performs general facility maintenance such as plumbing, HVAC and electrical
- Maintains the spare parts inventory
- Oversees the cleaning and general maintenance of the Facility
- Develops and administers annual facility budget
- Supervises and/or performs assigned preventive maintenance tasks for production equipment and facilities operations
- Maintains compliance with and keeps abreast of all OSHA regulations to ensure the organization complies with all federal, state and local safety regulations.
- Monitors, and manages safety programs, policies, and procedures and participates in Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspections, providing inspectors with appropriate documents and identifying safety measures. (Safety Coordinator)
- Performs internal audits and evaluates the organization’s procedures, facilities and equipment to identify unsafe conditions for improvement.
- Works in conjunction with the Safety Administrator and the HR department to lead incident investigations; identifying root cause and develops/monitors action plans to prevent recurrence
- Collaborates with the Safety Administrator to research and recommend safety equipment for purchase
- Maintains all safety and accident records. (Safety Coordinator)
- Participates in the training of employees on safety policies, procedures, and regulations, ensuring compliance with all applicable federal and state regulations for health and safety.
- Enforces sound safety and housekeeping practices in accordance to Nutramax policies and applicable laws
- Prepares budgets and secures estimates and cost quotes as needed. Operates within the budget with regard to the expenses for environmental services supplies and facilities related services.
- Works with the Maintenance to facilitate a team-work approach, by combining the expertise and manpower of both departments for the completion of safety related projects.
- Facilitates monthly safety meeting s to report safety initiatives and plant status to management. (Safety Coordinator)
- Responsible for overseeing the Safety and Environmental Services team and the day-to-day activities pertaining to the Nutramax facilities, to include housekeeping, grounds keeping, overall facility appearance and general facility maintenance and safety.
- Perform other duties as may be required in meeting company objectives
- Regular attendance is required
- Communicate effectively with other department within the organization and function within a team environment
Minimum Requirements :
Supervisory experience is preferred. A working knowledge from a cGMP or pharmaceutical environment desired. Strong mechanical aptitude, and a working knowledge of electrical, and mechanical systems required. Excellent trouble shooting and diagnostic skills, with the ability to define problems and resolve them quickly a must. Certification in OSHA programs and practices (ie Forklift Train the Trainer certification) with familiarity with local building codes and OSHA regulations. Good interpersonal skills required along with the ability to interact with all staff levels.
Education and Experience:
Requires a high school degree, trade school degree, or a GED, some college preferred, with a minimum of 8 years of progressive hands-on mechanical/facilities experience.
Supervises the Mechanical, Safety and Environmental Services employees in South Carolina