Facilities Maintenance ManagerKitsap County
The Facilities Maintenance Department is responsible for the oversight and maintenance of County buildings and properties. The division also responds to tenant issues for staff and the public who conduct business at the County. Key areas include electrical, plumbing, HVAC, building security systems, carpentry, painting, roof repairs, remodels, furniture, grounds and the administration and oversight of the custodial contract.
The Facilities staff members provide services for 17 buildings with over 542,000 square feet of building space.
Kitsap County has an exciting opportunity for a Facilities Maintenance Manager to plan, schedule, and manage maintenance and improvement activities by directing the work of maintenance crews and inspecting County buildings, facilities, grounds and other public property to assure that they are well-maintained. The incumbent also is responsible for the planning and budgeting of annual maintenance activities and costs as well as recommending and managing capital Building Repair and Replacement (BR&R) projects.
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