Director of Maintenance
The job of Director of Maintenance and Facilities is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the maintenance, repair, and alteration of existing Chuze locations; serving as the Chuze Fitness representative in planning and developing facilities; ensuring that jobs are completed efficiently and within regulatory guidelines and projected deadlines; preparing and managing the annual budgets, and ensuring optimal utilization of personnel and other resources. Responsibilities also include working independently under broad organizational guidelines to achieve unit objectives, managing a department, and supervising company funds. The utilization of resources from other departments is often required to perform the job's functions. There is a continual opportunity to impact the organization’s services significantly.
Collaborates with all departments to implement and maintain services and maintenance programs.
Develops long and short-range maintenance plans and programs. This includes emergency response plans, energy management plans, annual budget, training, and future capital initiatives.
Direct all facility projects, including site repairs, construction, and preventive maintenance for ensuring completion within established time frames and budget.
Collaborate with the New Construction team on turnover conditions and warranty repairs.
Direct work order process flow, CAPX maintenance projects, equipment maintenance & planned replacements.
Direct specifications for capital improvement projects.
Direct and manage payment approvals.
Direct company protocols for Energy Management.
Direct company protocols for environmental and waste services.
Collaborate and lead procurement initiatives.
Participates in meetings, workshops, and seminars to convey and gather information required to perform functions.
Performs other related duties, as assigned, to ensure the work unit’s efficient and effective functioning.
Performs personnel functions (e.g., interviewing, evaluating, supervising, etc.) to maintain adequate staffing, enhance personnel productivity, and achieve objectives within budget.
Presents information for communicating information, gaining feedback, and ensuring adherence to established internal controls.
Recommend new hires, promotions, termination, and transfers to maintain staffing needs and productivity of the workforce.
Researches new products, laws, regulations, etc., for recommending purchases, contracts, and maintaining districtwide services.
Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
Must be willing to relocate to Denver, Colorado
Ability to facilitate group discussions, analyze situations to define issues and draw conclusions
Ability to develop and lead a team in all facets if maintenance facilities
Ability to develop safety protocols, handling hazardous materials protocols, and operating equipment used in the building trades. This includes developing annual and project specific budgets and accounting, on-site inspections, creating processes to facilitate communication and repairs
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and ten plus years’ professional experience in Facility Management
Significant lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling; some climbing and balancing; some stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling; and considerable fine finger dexterity.
Generally, the job requires 33% sitting, 33% walking, and 34% standing (50% onsite and 50% remote)
Ability to work under minimal temperature variations and conditions with some exposure to risk of injury and illness risk
Job-related experience within a specialized field with increasing levels of responsibility
Utilizing a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) (preferred)
Coordinating total facility maintenance for multiple buildings across multiple regions and construction (preferred)
Prior experience in facilities maintenance (maintenance experience in managing a fitness facility (preferred)
Paid Time Off