The position of Facilities Manager requires a highly skilled individual with the ability to plan and coordinate the physical operations of the Airport Authority owned buildings; including the electrical, air conditioning, plumbing and heating systems. This position is subject to 24-hour call.
The Facilities Manager duties include Supervising staff. Ensure that all buildings and grounds are kept in a clean and orderly condition. Monitor and approve maintenance and installation work, including the work performed by outside contractors, and may recommend modifications. Determine orders for replacement parts, supplies and stock for maintenance of the airports, provides input for budget preparation, coordinates with CEO concerning Facilities Staff, maintenance projects and any other airport related maintenance, is responsible for time cards for the Facilities Staff, performs maintenance checks on airport buildings on a routine basis to ensure that preventative maintenance is being performed, and performs other related work as required.
Employee is expected to be able to operate safely and maintain all the equipment associated with the above tasks including power tools, edger, blower, mower, paint sprayer, high pressure cleaner, tractor and back hoe, dump truck, front end loader, lowboy hauling equipment, welder. Employee must also be able to train others in the safe operation of all equipment.
The successful candidate will be a well–rounded individual with a solid ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships, the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, strong organizational skills, and will be computer literate. Specifically, the candidate must have experience with Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word, as well as Sage/Peachtree Accounting Software, and inventory control software. Furthermore, a thorough knowledge of facilities and lawn maintenance, inventory control, and work production standards for maintenance work in all trades is essential.
This is an advanced level position requiring a high school diploma or equivalent general education diploma (GED), and at least some college. A minimum of Associates degree is preferred. Preference will be given to candidates that have a journeyman’s certification or license or equivalent in at least one of the following fields: Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, or HVAC. Candidates must have a valid Florida Driver’s License without points or history of suspension. Candidates must have a Commercial Driver’s License or the ability to obtain one.
Additional Salary Information: Compensation to be determined and will be commiserate with experience. Please provide most recent salary data for comparison. Benefits are available including health, dental, and vision insurance, as well as life insurance and access to Florida Retirement System.
About Titusville-Cocoa Airport Authority
The Titusville – Cocoa Airport Authority offers three aviation facilities serving the places that count on Florida’s Space Coast. Our airport system offers premium locations and a variety of services.
Choose Space Coast Regional Airport for your commercial/corporate charter air travel. Visit Arthur Dunn Airpark or Merritt Island Airport for training and recreational flights. The proximity to Port Canaveral, Kennedy Space Center, Florida Space Authority, Cocoa Beach and Orlando tourist attractions makes our airport system ideal.
The three airports include expert maintenance and repair facilities, aircraft sales, flight training and full service FBOs. Space Coast Regional Airport, part of Foreign Trade Zone #136, additionally offers an on site restaurant and car rentals. The Titusville – Cocoa Airport Authority’s system of airports allows for convenient access to I-95, 528 Beachline Expressway, U.S. 1, SR 3, cruise port and railway facilities.