FACILITIES MANAGER

The Community Blood Center is looking for a Facilities Manager to join our team.

Are you interested in a career where you could help save lives every day?

Come work for an organization that gives back – our mission is to: connect lives, share life!

Our organization’s promise and mission is fulfilled through an intricate network of individuals and groups, harnessing their singular focus to assist patients in their time of need. When you join The Community Blood Center, you're helping to save lives right here in our community.

The Facilities Manager has the opportunity to make a difference by providing leadership for a wide range of activities associated with facilities, purchasing and warehousing at The Community Blood Center (CBC). As a member of the management team, this role is responsible for the execution of strategies which enable CBC to successfully meet organizational goals and objectives.

Overseeing all facility activities, this role works to ensure building, grounds and mobile vehicles are maintained. Manages the purchase, receipt, and warehousing of materials and supplies. Develops relationships with key vendors and group purchasing organizations to improve quality and efficiency in the overall supply chain. Works collaboratively with management team to focus on improvement initiatives, financial metrics, and workplace safety.

CBC has facilities in: Oshkosh, Little Chute, Woodruff/Northwoods, with our main facility in Appleton (which includes a small warehouse, mobile garage, and full processing laboratory) See Locations on our website: https://www.communityblood.org/donate/locationshours/

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Supervise and provide direction to maintenance and warehouse staff on quality and efficiency in relation to available resources in meeting objectives in a timely manner.
  • Manage all aspects of the facilities and grounds across all CBC locations, including security.
  • Review purchasing requests, authorizes purchase orders, and manages ongoing purchase of stock items, as well as non-inventory requests, and adherence to contracts. Determines appropriate timing of placing orders to assure availability of inventory and efficiency of overall supply chain.
  • Manage and administer all facility service contracts, including security, HVAC, janitorial, ground maintenance and general maintenance.
  • Establish and maintain department Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for purchasing, receiving, warehousing and medical waste, and in accordance with all regulatory standards (e.g. FDA, AABB).
  • Work with team on receipt, inspection of incoming critical materials requiring quarantine and testing prior to acceptance and use. Record critical inventory in the materials management database.
  • Work collaboratively with departments and third-parties on the timely repair of all mobile vehicles and completion of preventative maintenance to mitigate downtime.
  • Collaborate to support organizational safety program focused on ensuring a safe, healthy, and accident-free work environment in compliance with local, state, and federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations.
  • Maintain the role of Chemical Inventory Coordinator. In collaboration with department managers, ensures the hazardous chemical list is current and MSDS/SDS labels are current, and monitors procurement, use, storage and disposal of chemicals. Maintains all records related to medical waste including completing annual reports and maintaining the infectious waste license.
  • Responsible for warehouse and inventory control, and coordinates physical counts of inventory of critical supplies.
  • Manage Supplier List for all departments. Completes and monitors vendor qualifications for critical vendors used in the material management area.
  • Work closely with leaders to supports special projects as assigned which affect the overall operations and facilities.
  • Support a strong culture of internal controls, and complies with all policies and procedures as outlined in the CBC Employee Handbook, CBC SOP's, or directives.
  • Maintain a current level of job-related skills.

Requirements:

Education:

  • Bachelor's degree in business or related field or equivalent experience.

Experience & Skills:

  • 5+ years relevant work history within a facility/warehouse and/or purchasing function.
  • Requires working knowledge of facilities maintenance, materials management and purchasing, and 3-5 years supervisory experience in facilities management.
  • This position requires attention to detail and efficient time management skills for the variety of tasks involved.
  • Strong analytical skills are required
  • Requires solid computer skills to maintain data and spreadsheets for purchasing, vendors, and projects.
  • Employee is frequently required to lift objects or materials weighing up to 50 pounds.

Job descriptions are not intended, and should not be construed, to be exhaustive lists of all responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with a position. They are meant to be accurate reflections of the principle job elements for making fair pay decisions.

Submit your resume to join our team!

Please apply directly on our website at: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=combctr&jobId=266900&lang=en_US&source=CC

The Community Blood Center

4406 W. Spencer St.

Appleton, WI 54914

www.communityblood.org

www.facebook.com/cbloodcenter

 The Community Blood Center is an EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disability Employer