Facility Coord., Facility Mgr., Asst Facility Mgr., Facility Superviso
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Facility Coord., Facility Mgr., Asst Facility Mgr., Facility Supervisor Resume


Desired Industry: Property Management SpiderID: 65650
Desired Job Location: New York, New York Date Posted: 11/30/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 12/3/2012
Desired Wage: 50,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
A skilled responsible, customer service oriented facility administrator with a high degree of knowledge and experience in the following applicable skill sets: management of facility operations, preventative maintenance of equipment including HVAC systems, cost control , departmental move services, project management, procurement of goods and services, contract negotiation and contractor supervision seeks opportuniy to enhance the operational efficiency and execution of your organization property management function.



Experience:
Following corporate protocol I engaged in planning and coordination of facility operations, repair, maintenance, upkeep of buildings, office facilities and equipment to minimize service disruption and improve operational efficiency. Evaluated, selected, and managed contractors. Enforced, created and implemented facility operational polices, regulations and procedures including safety requirements for assigned portfolio. Resolved landlord tenant disputes, completed occupant work requests, and construction projects, for a Property owner with more than 1.5M sq-ft of owned and leased operating facilities in the New York tri-state area.


Education:
Bachelor of Science Engineering, New York Institute of Technology

Continuing Education Construction Management, New York City College of Technology

CERTIFICATES
Trade School – Southern Westchester Boces, Heating Ventilating, Air Conditioning Program.

Negotiation for Success Seminar – Lake forest Corporate Educators

Boiler Operation & Maintenance – Bronx Community College

Construction Estimating – Borough of Manhattan Community College



Affiliations:
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Building Owners & Manager Association
Superintendents and Residential Managers Technical Association
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc.



Skills:
Universal Refrigeration Handling License - issued by Environmental Protection Agency

Property Management Administrator, RPA - issued by the Building Owners & Managers Association

Facility Management Administrator, FMA - issued by the Building Owners & Managers Association

Real Estate Sales License - issued by Department of the State of New York

Driver License - NYS with excellent driving history.

OTHER SKILLS

Mechanic level skill with HVAC equipment.

Budget preparation of construction projects.

Expense control and oversight of day to day operations with reporting responsibilities. Additionally, experienced at expense budget preparation and control.

Managering the construction process.

Supervising contractors & in house staffs.

Procurement of goods and services, including production of purchase orders.

Negotiation of contracts. Also experienced at enforcing lease provisions and dealing with in house and tenant legal representatives.

Coordination of day to day operations which includes, emergency off hour facility coverage.

Very knowledgable in building systems such as boilers, chillers, pumps and other building systems components.

Excellent mathematical aptitute, good communication skills for both verbal and written modes of communication.

Building trade knowledge with carpentry, plumbing electricity and painting services.

Background with fire safety ordinances and DOB requirements.

Well organized, good strategical thinker.

Proficient with Microft applications, computer savvy, with internet, email etc.



Additional Information:
SELECTED PROJECTS

INFRASTRUCTURE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE: maintained fire suppression, battery backed UPS equipment, telephone switch rooms, and coordinated access to critical processing environments such as financial services processing sites and data centers. Attained 99.8 uptime rating on equipment reliability.

CONSTRUCTION: orchestrated replacement of the building cooling and heating riser piping and associated electrical, carpentry and interior finish work at 50 W 34th St., NY. Established excellent working relationship with landlord, tenants and contractors to move the project along to its successful completion.

COPY FAX EQUIPMENT COORDINATION: managed corporate supply, maintenance and distribution of office equipment for a 40 location retail and commercial banking network.

EMPLOYEES WITH DISABILITIES: Coordinated the purchase and installation of anatomically supportive office equipment for employees with disabilities, controlled associated budgets which serviced HSBC eastern regional facilities.

HVAC EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE: Enhanced equipment reliability through in house designed maintenance program, bid specification geared to equipment use, contractor oversight and ongoing in house inspections.

BUILDING COMPONENT REPLACEMENT: provided in house design and project management services for roof membrane & concrete deck replacement, at 452 5th Ave., NY. The project was completed on time and within budget constraints.

Executed numerous departmental moves and decommissioned leased obsolete equipment and facilities. Additionally, coordinated numerous building façade repairs of roofs, masonry walls, balconies, parapet, and water proof membranes.

SPACE REHABILITATION: rehabilitated a 14,500sq-ft executive dining facility at 452 5th Ave., 11th fl., NYC.

CONSTRUCTION: managed installation of supplemental air conditioning and electrical services upgrades at 10 East 40th St., floors 10, 11 & 14, NYC, in support of financial services department.

Reduced Annual Debris Expenditures 33%: reduced annual debris costs of a 4 building, 850,000sq-ft corporate facility, through recycling initiative that separated and re-sold data center and back office debris streams from non-recyclable waste products at 452 5th Ave., NYC..



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