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The town of Lincoln and the Lincoln Public Schools District jointly seek candidates for the position of Facilities Manager. All qualified candidates are invited to apply. Under the supervision of the Superintendent of Schools or his/her designee and the Town Administrator or his/her designee, the Facilities Manager is responsible for assessing the condition of all school and town owned buildings/facilities and ensuring that they are safe, clean, and comfortable, including developing short- and long-term strategies for preventive and predictive maintenance; executing projects, including the management, administration, supervision, and technical work; directing and managing the operations of the Facilities Department, including administrative, supervisory, and technical work related to building safety; preparing and implementing annual capital improvement programs to ensure that town and school buildings are maintained.
Successful candidates should have considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of facilities management; technical and practical knowledge of the materials, methods, and techniques relative to public building projects and issues; considerable knowledge of personnel management, collective bargaining processes and purchasing procedures. Working knowledge of the control of modern, energy efficient HVAC systems controlled through Building Management Systems (BMS). Knowledge of custodial procedures and best practices for municipal buildings. Ability to prepare and administer budgets and long-term capital plans.
Successful candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of seven to 10 years of progressively responsible experience or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job. They should also have a construction Supervisors License and a MCPPO Purchasing and Public Bidding Certificate or the ability to acquire them within 12 months. Valid Massachusetts motor vehicle operator’s license. As a condition of employment, must complete a CORI/SORI/fingerprint examination, be subject to a background check. A full job description can be viewed at: https://www.lincolntown.org/DocumentCenter/View/65566/Posting—Facilities-Manager-Town-of-Lincoln?bidId=
All applications are due by July 28, 2021. Interested candidates should apply through our online employment site, https://lincnet.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx AA/EOE