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Director of Facilities and Fleet Management

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    Director of Facilities and Fleet Management

    NOTE: Applications will ONLY be accepted online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/arapahoe

    The Director of the Facilities and Fleet Management (FFM) Department reports directly to the Board of County Commissioners and is the Arapahoe County Government authority in the field of Facilities and Fleet Management. The FFM Director leads staff in strategic and tactical planning for the department, staff management and the full scope of administration and operation activities, and personnel engaged in the FFM divisions: Administration, Project Management, Facilities Services (Building & Grounds), Fleet Management, and Property Management.

    To learn more about the Facilities and Fleet Management Department at Arapahoe County Government, click here: http://inside.arapahoegov.com/124/Facilities-and-Fleet-Management

    DUTIES: Directs the FFM department in policies, procedures, initiatives, and projects. Advises on the department analytics and approves actions in resolving problems or improvements. Reviews the department’s operational effectiveness. Facilitates short and long-term planning in anticipation of County needs. Ensures facility improvements and capital projects are within federal, state, and local regulations and code requirements. Negotiates leases for County use. Manages the acquisition and disposal of County properties. Leads the Facilities and Fleet Management division managers in the selection, discipline, evaluations, leave approval, dismissal, and other employee management matters. Manages the department budget, and expenditures.

    EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture, Urban Planning, or closely related field. Master's Degree in Business Administration preferred. Colorado Broker Associate Real Estate License (Active) preferred.

    EXPERIENCE: Ten (10) or more years of progressive responsibility requiring the demonstration of leadership skills in Facilities Management. Eight (8) or more years of supervisory/management experience. Experience in Fleet Management preferred. Any equivalent combination of education and work experience that satisfy the requirements of the job may be considered.

    PRE-EMPLOYMENT ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must successfully pass pre-employment testing which includes an acceptable motor vehicle record (MVR) and background check. Possession of or the ability to obtain a Colorado class “C” driver’s license. Security clearance required: will require fingerprinting and a Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) background check.

    POST-EMPLOYMENT ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to work some evenings and weekends.

    NOTE: Applications will ONLY be accepted online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/arapahoe
    2020-09-25
    Job post
    2020-09-25
Organization: 
Arapahoe County Government
Salary Range: 
$108,287.00 - $162,431.00

NOTE: Applications will ONLY be accepted online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/arapahoe

The Director of the Facilities and Fleet Management (FFM) Department reports directly to the Board of County Commissioners and is the Arapahoe County Government authority in the field of Facilities and Fleet Management. The FFM Director leads staff in strategic and tactical planning for the department, staff management and the full scope of administration and operation activities, and personnel engaged in the FFM divisions: Administration, Project Management, Facilities Services (Building & Grounds), Fleet Management, and Property Management.

To learn more about the Facilities and Fleet Management Department at Arapahoe County Government, click here: http://inside.arapahoegov.com/124/Facilities-and-Fleet-Management

DUTIES: Directs the FFM department in policies, procedures, initiatives, and projects. Advises on the department analytics and approves actions in resolving problems or improvements. Reviews the department’s operational effectiveness. Facilitates short and long-term planning in anticipation of County needs. Ensures facility improvements and capital projects are within federal, state, and local regulations and code requirements. Negotiates leases for County use. Manages the acquisition and disposal of County properties. Leads the Facilities and Fleet Management division managers in the selection, discipline, evaluations, leave approval, dismissal, and other employee management matters. Manages the department budget, and expenditures.

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture, Urban Planning, or closely related field. Master's Degree in Business Administration preferred. Colorado Broker Associate Real Estate License (Active) preferred.

EXPERIENCE: Ten (10) or more years of progressive responsibility requiring the demonstration of leadership skills in Facilities Management. Eight (8) or more years of supervisory/management experience. Experience in Fleet Management preferred. Any equivalent combination of education and work experience that satisfy the requirements of the job may be considered.

PRE-EMPLOYMENT ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must successfully pass pre-employment testing which includes an acceptable motor vehicle record (MVR) and background check. Possession of or the ability to obtain a Colorado class “C” driver’s license. Security clearance required: will require fingerprinting and a Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) background check.

POST-EMPLOYMENT ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to work some evenings and weekends.

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