Why E. & J. Gallo Winery?
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We are hiring for a Facilities Maintenance Manager! The right candidate will direct and coordinate maintenance operations for all Premium Business Unit (PBU) facilities (including company housing, office locations, vineyard and winery buildings, tasting rooms, and hospitality venues). Ensures objectives are achieved at lowest cost consistent with service standards and highest possible quality. Develops and executes small capital and expense projects including but not limited to office remodels and relocations, preparing company housing for new tenants, and asset replacements. Constructs and implements both strategic and tactical plans.
What You Will Do:
Oversees site reviews and inspections, conducts audits/reviews reports, and makes recommendations to management.
Ensures the buildings and grounds meet health and safety requirements, and are wellmaintained.
Plans facilities maintenance resource requirements for both preventative and repair work. Identifies and obtains capabilities needed to accomplish objectives and supervises the work.
Establishes and maintains a maintenance management system for tracking work orders and maintenance history of all PBU facilities.
Reviews program maintenance costs and operational requirements to maintain and enhance profitability.
Works with vendors to negotiate Landscaping, Janitorial, and other facilities related contracts.
Oversees Landscaping, Janitorial, and other facilities related contracts, ensuring adherence to quality expectations and other terms of the contracts.
Collaborates with stakeholders to identify business needs, clarify and resolve problems, and uphold required service levels.
Oversees facility and employee moves; coordinates with staff members, furniture installers, Information Systems installers, Materials Handling team members, and Telecom staff.
Liaisons with Corporate Facilities group to ensure adherence to corporate Facilities Policies and Office Standards; handles out of standard requests.
Participates in the development of and implements a successful vision/strategy, through strong leadership skills.
Participates in department and interdepartmental planning and management teams and works cross-functionally to improve processes within the organization.
Develops capital expenditure plans to support business objectives, including budgetary estimates and preparing capital expenditure requests for approval.
Develops, maintains, and tracks costs against operating budget and capital spending plan for facilities. For capital projects, ensures project accounting is correct and complete prior to project closeout.
Develops detailed “scopes-of-work” for contractor bids; follows corporate capital approval and procurement processes.
Manages external resources to deliver detailed design services as necessary.
Oversees construction and installation for small capital and expense projects, ensuring that new/modified equipment or installations comply with Gallo standards, meet the project objectives, and meet cost and schedule targets.
Completes contractor job walks at work completion and resolves all punch-list items, ensuring work is done satisfactorily prior to final payment.
Monitors and ensures achievement of performance goals and objectives.
Develops recommendations to change systems, policies and procedures; ensures timely and accurate implementation.
Balances planning efforts with day-to-day demands.
Responds appropriately to emergencies or urgent issues as they arise.
Supervises, trains, and holds accountable multiple service contractors.
Addresses complaints and resolves issues.
What You Will Need:
Bachelor's degree plus 5 years of facilities management or production, operations or construction project management experience to include supervisory or managerial experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility; OR 10 years of facilities management or production, operations or construction project management experience to include supervisory or managerial experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility.
High School diploma or State-issued equivalency certificate.
Required to lift and move up to 50 pounds and be physically capable of executing all essential functions to perform the job.
Required to travel to various company owned facilities across California and Washington (to include extended hours, weekend and late night assignments).
Valid driver’s license and required to obtain a California driver’s license or appropriate state driver’s license within 30 days of hire.