In conjunction with the Director of Facilities engages in activities involved in the overall operation, maintenance and security of equipment, buildings, grounds and housekeeping, ensuring the cleanliness, good working order, and overall efficient management of all HITWG facilities. Responsible for direct supervision of the buildings and housekeeping staff.
Our Assistant Director of Facilities can expect to…
Through positive leadership, demonstrate the core values of the organization
Schedule, assign and manage tasks and projects to be done by in house staff as well as qualified outside contractors
React and adjust quickly to changing conditions with timely, practical and cost effective solutions for dealing with issues in collaboration with other departments
Create and manage a Preventative Maintenance Program for all equipment (camp vehicles, carts, etc), including ordering parts and coordinating with the local garages and part-time camp mechanic.
Routinely inspect all HITWG camp buildings and equipment to ensure their cleanliness, security, good working order and compliance with all health and safety standards. Responsible for compiling annual building inspections
Monitor work done by outside contractors for adherence to State and Federal Code Requirements, as well as contract requirements.
Provide backup support to the Facilities Director in all areas including strategic planning and troubleshooting.
Utilize the Facility project management software to assign specific tasks and manage recurring tasks
Share on-call duties with the Director of Facilities
Oversee the taking of daily water readings at the pump house and septic dose chambers and entering into Sharepoint database. Closely monitor trends and assist in developing action plans to reduce water usage.
Collaborate on special projects and perform additional duties as assigned
Provide direct supervision of the buildings staff
Provide direct supervision of the housekeeping staff
Our Assistant Director of Facilities should have…
A Bachelor's degree (preferred but not required)
5 years practical experience and working hands on knowledge in areas of construction, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, housekeeping, groundskeeping and general maintenance
Experience supervising a staff
Demonstrated experience in managing multiple projects simultaneously with changing priorities and tight deadlines
The ability to establish positive relationships with a variety of people in multicultural environments.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, customer service skills, and organizational skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Experience with Facilities software strongly preferred
Ability to troubleshoot and provide solutions
Strong project management skills
Ability to operate computer
Ability to work extended hours, including evenings and weekends and on call hours as needed
Valid driver's license and driving record which meets HITWG insurance carrier requirements. Ability to travel to assigned worksites.
A willingness and ability to work outdoor events in varied weather conditions, traverse varied terrain, and lift and carry materials up to 75 pounds
A willingness and ability to handle power tools and operate machinery
A willingness and ability to share on-call responsibilities with the Director of Facilities to respond to emergencies and any issues that arise.
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp provides a very competitive salary, a generous benefits package, and growth opportunities for high contributors. To apply, please use the link below. Due to the volume of resumes received, you will be contacted only if there is interest in pursuing your application. No phone calls please.
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer, does not discriminate on the basis of age, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality or sex, and is committed to a diverse workforce.
Founded in 1988 by Paul Newman, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is a community dedicated to providing “a different kind of healing” to seriously ill children and their families through a variety of year-round programs. The Camp delivers fun, friendship and a healthy dose of mischief through its signature summer program and weekend sessions at the Camp facility in Ashford, Conn. as well as outreach to hospitals, clinics and communities across the Northeast. All services are free of charge.