Facility Manager

Facility Manager

REPORTS TO: Chief Operating Officer

DIRECT REPORTS: Maintenance Technician and Housekeeping


  • Responsible for the planning, directing and guiding all maintenance processes of a PRTF.
  • Execute all interior and exterior building maintenance and improvement projects from inception to completion, while managing project timelines and budgets.
  • Responsible for managing inventory and purchasing of all agency supplies including maintaining relationships with all agency vendors.
  • Operate and maintain the facility’s heating and air handling systems in order to meet necessary standards and requirements.
  • Responsible for planning, budgeting and executing capital projects and improvements
  • Oversee the safety of the organization including the Safety Committee, the Emergency Action Plan, and the training of all new employees
  • Oversee the agency’s work-order system to ensure that it has the capabilities to prioritize work requests properly and that they are completed in a timely manner.
  • Ensure that all required inspections and emergency drills are completed on schedule and follow agency policies and meet regulatory code requirements.  Oversee the completion of any necessary follow-up action to include documentation that follows licensing and code expectations (i.e., fire, health, etc.)
  • Oversee the facility budget and project planning including; scheduled maintenance, renovation, and additions.
  • Manage the badge and key system for the organization.
  • Assist in carrying out tasks outlined in the Housekeeping and Maintenance Plan.
  • Meet with the COO and other team members to review and prioritize work projects.
  • Perform other duties as assigned. 


  • Provide constructive feedback to Facility Team members on a regular basis.
  • Bring individual staff or program development concerns to the Chief Operating Officer’s attention. Review and formulate action plans for improvement.
  • Consult with Chief Operating Officer and Human Resources Director on performance issues as needed.
  • Oversee employee evaluation process, training requirements, scheduling of time off, and distribution of work load.
  • Work with team members and the Chief Operating Officer to evaluate production, revise procedures or forms to improve efficiency of work flow.
  • Work closely with team members and the Chief Operating Officer to ensure a safe, productive, supportive work environment is maintained.
  • Maintain positive interpersonal relationships with all employees by modeling high standards and expectations.
  • Oversee all maintenance and repair functions and ensure quality of work is maintained at all times.


  • Represent Facilities Team in supervisory and other meetings as appropriate and necessary.
  • Support the agency by giving and receiving necessary feedback on facilities/maintenance issues.
  • Lead the Facility Team by developing quality and meaningful abilities, such as communication and follow-up skills, to enhance productivity and effectiveness.


  • Must possess a results-oriented attitude and display a respectful demeanor at all times to ensure a healthy, productive work environment is established and maintained.
  • Working knowledge of heating and air-handling systems and possess and a current Second Class C boiler license.
  • Understand and possess knowledge of building code and fire/health code requirements.
  • Technical experience with a computerized building management system.
  • Strong verbal/written communication and organizational skills. 
  • Proven success developing, managing and balancing an annual budget.
  • Problem solver with a high degree of diplomacy
  • Experience with blueprints, building specifications and large scale projects
  • Supervisory and management skills to create a productive, healthy environment.
  • Basic computer skills.


  • High school diploma required.
  • Technical College degree or equivalent.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of facility or plant management experience.
  • Second Class C boiler license.
  • Valid Class D Minnesota driver’s license or its equivalent.


Cambia Hills East Bethel

Staff is hired based on qualifications and aptitude for a particular position. In considering an applicant, attention is given to education, experience, and specific needs of the agency.

Employment requirements may include:

  • Tuberculosis skin test
  • Criminal background check, including fingerprinting
  • Department of Motor Vehicle history checks
  • Completed applications will be maintained in our active files for one year from the date of application. You may submit a new application for an open position at any time.


A comprehensive benefit package is available to staff working a minimum of 30 hours per week.

Benefits include:

  • Medical and dental insurance
  • Retirement plan, with company match
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Paid sick leave
  • Personal emergency leave
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Benefit Plan
  • Family-friendly policies and supportive work environment

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We have openings for RN and Facility Manager