Changing Homelessness, Inc. – Facilities/Logistics Coordinator

Posted Nov 23, 2021 JACKSONVILLE, Florida

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Expires Dec 08, 2021

Description

Changing Homelessness, Inc.’s mission is to guide the community effort and build capacity to prevent and end homelessness. We are committed to ensuring that individuals and families are housed permanently and successfully, building strong partnerships, and being good stewards of funding that is leveraged with integrity.

The Facilities/Logistics Coordinator is an integral part of the operations team supporting a wide range of duties. The core responsibilities include planning, coordinating, and overseeing the maintenance of critical facility systems and infrastructure to provide a safe and well-maintained work environment. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Facilities/Logistics Coordinator will lead the organization’s Safety Committee and will ensure adherence and compliance with CARF and general operating and safety standards.

This is a full-time, hourly, non-exempt position, working Monday – Friday, 40 hours per week. The annual salary is between $33.000 – $37,500 plus a full benefits packet is provided. If you are interested in this position, please email a cover letter and your resume to resumeschi@gamil.com

Changing Homelessness, Inc. is an E-Verify participating employer and an Equal Opportunity Employer

Essential duties and responsibilities

• Serves as the primary interface with vendors • Coordinates trouble calls with vendors as needed. • Responds to and coordinates resolution of urgent maintenance issues. • Conducts weekly facility inspections to mitigate hazards and address safety issues; maintains reports to ensure issues are addressed. • Ensures all regular preventative maintenance is scheduled for facility systems with vendors. • Coordinates, manages, and oversees facility-related projects including soliciting bids from contractors, planning projects, and supporting vendors until the project is completed. • Provides oversight of contracted personnel for AC, Mechanics, Grounds Crew, Plumber, Recycling, etc. • Provides grounds and building support to prevent damage and/or limit liability exposure. • Installs system parts, office, and facility equipment to provide a safe and workable environment (e.g. lighting, heating and ventilating systems, filters, alarms, plumbing, security, electrical panels). • Manages maintenance and regular service for company vehicles. Ensures accurate maintenance and usage records are maintained. • Ensures all tasks are completed in accordance with established project schedules and safety guidelines. • Keeps an equipment and supplies inventory; works with the fiscal team to order as needed and ensure delivery. • Manages office supplies inventory and stocks and stores need supplies, including restrooms for the Jacksonville office locations. • Completes two daily mail runs in the Jacksonville office locations. • Provide safety training for all new employees and ongoing refresher training for the entire staff. • Ensures new employees arrive at a clean workstation with a full complement of office supplies. • Maintains and follows Standard Operating Procedures for facilities and logistics-related tasks. • Prepares written materials (e.g. repair status, activity logs, critical incident reports, etc.) to document activities and/or convey information. • Assists with event staging (furniture and equipment arrangement) for special events. • Communicates Safety information or provide Safety training during the monthly “All Staff” meetings. • Participates in meetings, workshops, training, and seminars to convey and/or gather information required to perform functions. • Act as the leader of the Safety Committee Schedule and Facilitate monthly Safety meetings Maintain records of all Saftey related meetings, training, and exercises. Ensure CARF Safety inspections, drills, etc … records are properly filed and maintained. Schedule, plan, and oversee the execution of Safety inspections, drills, etc… per CARF and general safety standards. Prepare for emergencies by creating building evacuation and other action plans. • Other duties, as assigned.

Qualifications

• Working knowledge of preventative maintenance practices • Ability to work independently with little supervision • Self-starter • Effective communication, including writing, speaking, and interpersonal communication • Quick critical thinking and problem-solving abilities • Excellent customer service and client relations skills • Organization and time management skills • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint • Professional appearance and demeanor • Good collaboration and teamwork abilities • Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs

Education and Experience

• High School Diploma or equivalent along with 2+ years of relevant experience • Successfully pass a level two background check and drug screening • Must possess a valid driver's license with a clean driving record

Salary/Salary Range

Annual Salary Range: $33,000 - $37,500

Company/Organization

Changing Homelessness, Inc.

http://changinghomelessness.org/

Contact

Human Resources | Email