Senior Facility Director



The Senior Facility Director, a direct report to the Branch Executive Director, is responsible for:

The overall condition, cleanliness and mechanical operation of the building, including the working order of its utilities and machines. 

The security of the building. 

Providing leadership and oversight to building maintenance staff as well as oversight and direction to contractors utilized for outsourced projects. 

Development and manage a strong maintenance budget. 




  • Provide leadership, oversight and be hands-on with all general repairs and improvements as needed/directed.
  • Ensure the building is at a safe, well-maintained level at all times.
  • Understand and be able to perform all preventative maintenance duties.
  • Have a preventative maintenance plan in place that is adhered to and managed.
  • Perform all duties in a safe manner following such policies as:  blood borne pathogens/Universal Precautions, lock-out/tag-out, personal protective equipment, proper lifting techniques, Hazard Communication, Working Safely, Confined Space.
  • Immediately correct or remove all equipment/hazards.
  • Work in tandem with the Aquatic Team and outside sources for pool upkeep and maintenance.
  • Ensure that breakdown and set-up for programming rooms is completed to ensure building operates effectively.
  • Help to develop, implement and follow a written Preventative Maintenance Manual.
  • Ensure all maintenance supplies are ordered, inventoried and stored and/or secured appropriately.
  • Helps to develop, implement and lead safety trainings and programs within the branch.
  • Works in tandem with the Director of Operations to ensure maintenance budget is adhered to and projects are prioritized appropriately.
  • Provides leadership to opening and closing seasonal portions of operation as assigned.
  • Must be able to supervise cleaning and/or maintenance staff to insure a constant level of cleanliness and operational safety throughout the building is being achieved as well as, the importance of following YMCA policies and procedures.
  • Direction and oversight to security personnel.
  • Attend all mandatory meetings and trainings as directed.
  • Interact with members and staff in a professional, respectful and courteous manner reflecting our House Rules, and Character Development Core Values.
  • YMCA staff shirt and ID are mandatory.
  • Clear communication with Branch Executive Director.
  • Ability to interface with outside contractors.
  • Will be required to interface with Fire Inspector, Health Inspector and others as necessary for annual audits.
  • May be required to ensure security of building during shut-downs – some holidays required.



  • Degree in facility or property management or comparable experience.
  • Minimum of 5 verifiable years of facility management.
  • Experience managing sub-contractors, soliciting quotes and contract negotiations.
  • Proficient with building codes, construction, safety practices and standards.
  • Previous documented experience in building maintenance/upkeep.
  • Knowledge of handy-man skills and tools (woodworking, painting, minor plumbing, repair work) and an ability to train staff members on proper use of tools.
  • Ability to manage a budget.
  • Ability to read, write and comprehend as well as to communicate effectively verbally, in writing as well as proficient computer skills.
  • Ability to take direction and work as a team member.
  • Ability to coach and lead staff team.
  • POOL or CPO – (pool operator’s license – training to obtain can be provided, must obtain POOL or CPO within 3 months)
  • Current driver license with record that meets YMCA standards, reliable transportation.
  • Ability to travel locally.
  • Ability to respond to facility/property emergencies as needed outside of the traditional work hours.



  • Ability to walk, sit, stand, bend, stoop, crawl, reach, stretch, grasp, pull, push, climb, lift and carry a maximum of 50 pounds,
  • Ability to climb ladders and/or scaffolding safely.
  • Ability to tolerate outdoor weather conditions (both heat and cold).
  • Ability to hear and see (with or without corrective assistance) to ensure overall safety while in the work environment.
  • Ability to communicate in writing and verbally to ensure safety requirements can be clearly understood.
  • Working conditions are normal for a YMCA facility environment containing both indoor and outdoor areas.
  • Work may require week-end, early morning and late evening hours.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.



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