- School & Youth
- Get Involved
Location: Haverhill (Mass.) Regional Office
Description: The Building Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the maintenance and daily operations of Historic New England’s Haverhill Regional Office in Haverhill, Massachusetts. The Building Maintenance Coordinator works in conjunction with the collection services and property care teams on the long-term preservation and maintenance of the facility. The Building Maintenance Coordinator is a hands-on, proactive manager responsible for all physical plant maintenance who performs daily, weekly, and quarterly maintenance tasks on all systems in accordance with a prescribed maintenance plan.
Responsibilities: Responsible for all physical plant maintenance and daily operations of the facility. Perform daily, weekly and quarterly inspections and maintenance tasks on all systems. Schedule, manage, and provide access for all subcontractors. Responsible for custodial, security services, and grounds maintenance. Responsible for maintaining procedures and practices to ensure the safety of personnel and the security of property. Respond to all building alarms and emergencies. Act as liaison with building tenants and prepare space for lease. Oversee annual building maintenance budget, manage contracts for heat, fuel, snow removal, trash removal, and elevator maintenance and order all maintenance supplies. Undertake site improvements including minor construction projects and painting. Work with collection services to plan and implement collection storage projects. Assist property care team in monitoring larger projects on site. Perform additional tasks as required.
Qualifications: Associate or professional degree in facility management, construction management or equivalent experience in a related field, and a minimum of three years experience in the field of facility management or construction. Requires experience with project management, HVAC, and other mechanical systems and security equipment. Must have construction and painting experience; must have experience operating power tools and woodworking machinery.
Requires computer skills including working knowledge of word processing, email, internet research, and spreadsheets. Requires a valid driver’s license and a means of transportation. Must be able to respond to emergency building or collections related situations during non-business hours, arriving within thirty minutes of notification. Experience working for a non-profit organization and a valid Massachusetts contractor’s license preferred.
Applications: Please send résumé, cover letter, and salary requirements to [email protected].
Historic New England is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to supporting equality of opportunity and respect for diversity. We are committed to providing equal opportunity in employment to all qualified persons without regard to non-work-related factors such as race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
Historic New England offers generous and comprehensive vacation, holiday, and health and wellness benefit packages.