The Hope Center (Center) Facilities Manager serves as the overall coordinator for Center facility and property operations in support of ministry program and activities. Duties include the operation and maintenance of equipment systems, interior and exterior property maintenance, and oversight of service contracts associated with the operation and maintenance of Center properties. To learn more about The Hope Center, click here.
Weekly hours are estimated to be 6-8 hrs/week. Hourly rate negotiable based on experience.
The Facility Manager serves under the day-to-day supervision of the Business Manager who provides general guidance and performance appraisal guidance and evaluation. Maintains close weekly contact with the Hope Center Director.
Manages and oversees Center maintenance and repairs
Contacts and schedules contractors as required
Provides basic maintenance services such as touch-up painting, lighting, simple electrical and plumbing repairs, carpentry, tool and equipment upkeep, misc. minor repairs, etc.
Manages and Oversees Church Property Upkeep
Oversees and manages all professional maintenance of exterior Center property, including boilers, plumbing, lighting and kitchen equipment.
Oversees maintenance and repairs for Center exterior including windows, doors, brick exterior, parking lot, lighting, signage, shed and related equipment.
Coordinates with Director of Ministry Engagement and Center Director to manage periodic volunteer teams assisting with property improvement and repairs.
Assists executive staff with the development of interior/exterior design plans/facility improvements to include room designs, furniture, decorations, etc., subject to Business Manager review/approval.
Manages timelines and processes for facility maintenance including window washing, carpet cleaning, custodial, waste management, internet/phone, grounds keeping and snow removal contracts.
Oversees the management and inventory of all Center property by ensuring the proper storage and record-keeping of all Center property.
Assists staff with budget planning and execution of facilities-related improvements, construction, maintenance, and repair expenses.
Basic knowledge of building operation and maintenance requirements.
Strong organizational skills.
Initiating leader (self-starter).
Ability to effectively delegate and manage responsibilities.
Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to work with volunteers and external contacts with tact, courtesy, sensitivity, and good will.
Ability to relate positively and effectively with Center staff and volunteers.
Candidates may submit letters of inquiries and a resume to:
Building Hope in the City
2038 West 29 Street
Cleveland, OH 44113