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Facilities Coordinator


Arlington, VA

2 days ago


Foothill Ranch, CA

2 days ago
Sr. Facilities Coordinator

CF Industries

Deerfield, IL

6 days ago
RN - Healthcare Operations Manager (Facility Administrator)


Hawthorne, CA

1 day ago
Assistant Chief of Facilities

Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration

Loma Linda, CA

1 day ago
Director of Facilities

Westwood Public Schools


1 day ago
Combined Air Operations (CAOC) Facility Manager - Qatar - Immediate Interviews!

PAE Incorporated

Washington, DC

1 day ago
Facilities Manager

Advisor Group

La Vista, NE

23 days ago
Sr. Manager, Engineering / Facilities

Advisory and Consulting Services LLC

East Windsor, NJ

10 days ago

Facilities Management Jobs Overview

Facilities managers are integral workers at large and small organizations. They work hard behind the scenes maintaining buildings and overseeing administrative tasks. Most facilities managers work in an office but also do regular maintenance checks and supervise groundskeeping activities or other workers throughout and around the building. The number of facilities management jobs is expected to rise by 6% over the next 10 years while companies try to reduce their impact on the environment—it's the facilities manager's task to improve a building's energy efficiency.

As a facilities manager, you'll have a wide range of responsibilities. You'll oversee the building and grounds maintenance, supervise workers, and schedule repairs or renovation projects. You'll also contact vendors and contractors, double-check their work, and communicate workplace safety procedures to employees. Other tasks include recordkeeping, mail distribution, accounting, and budgeting along with ensuring security and emergency preparedness and keeping the building clean according to company policies.

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Facilities Manager Education and Skills

To apply to facilities management jobs, you usually need a bachelor's degree in business or a related field. However, working your way up after receiving your high school diploma isn't unheard of. What you need most are managerial and leadership abilities and experience in project management, building maintenance, or business operations.

Facilities management requires a certain skillset. You need good communication techniques to converse with workers effectively, and you need to have leadership skills to direct and motivate your workers. Other skills that might come in handy are:

  • Being detail oriented
  • Technical engineering skills
  • Decision-making abilities
  • Problem-solving skills
  • IT skills

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To stand out from other applicants, you can attach a cover letter to your application. Use the cover letter to introduce yourself and explain what you bring to the table. Read our cover letter tips for advice or use a sample cover letter to get started.

Interviewing for a Facilities Management Job

When your resume and cover letter make an impression, you'll get invited for a job interview where your potential future employer will get to know you and your workstyle better. Their main goal is to figure out if you're the right fit for the job, team, and company. To prepare for the interview, you can have a look at our sample interview questions and answers.

How Much Do Facilities Management Jobs Pay?

Are you wondering if you'll earn enough at your new job to pay all your bills while also adding to your savings account? The median pay for a facilities manager is $65,724 a year. Use our Salary Tool to look up the median pay in your area and for tips on how to advance in your facilities management career.

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