This is a Permanent, Part-time position.Category: Other
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Facility Operations Manager is responsible for the overall maintenance and safety of the building, including ongoing relations with suppliers and contractors. The Facility Operations Manager also chairs the Health and Safety Committee for Theatre Junction GRAND, and collaborates with the technical crew on operational and safety issues within the Flanagan Theatre.
This position is part time, all year round. Hours can vary depending on the activities taking place in the building with an average of 25 hours/week.
Administration Duties include:
Manage facility budget as communicated by the Executive Director and monitor overhead expenditures.
Liaise with Executive Director, Restaurant Manager, technical crew and maintenance contractors to ensure efficient operations of the building.
Ensure that internal communications are as efficient as possible and contribute to the overall effectiveness of the facility.
Negotiate contracts and maintain vendor relationships.
Manage a complete computerized data base of all work requirements.
Coordinate with all building resident groups, and keep Executive Director and all necessary staff informed of work plans and status of ongoing work.
Manage and update a record of performed work history and plans.
Liaise with inspectors, meter readers and city personnel who need access to the building for ongoing permits, licenses and provision of services.
Oversee renovations and office moves.
Identify equipment and furniture needs and makes recommendations for future acquisitions.
Review and approve facility work requests, prepare estimates of cost, time and materials required to accomplish jobs, make determination as to method of work accomplishment, determination and assignment of work priorities, preparation of work schedules for all trades.
Maintenance Duties include:
Provide for regular inventory of and monitor appropriate care and maintenance of building contents.
Repair and paint wall damage on a regular basis.
Coordinate and complete building repairs and maintenance, including: physical and electronic systems, electrical systems,
heating, venting and air conditioning systems, plumbing systems,
fire alarm systems, telecommunication systems,relocation of personnel, equipment and furnishings.
Janitorial Duties include:
Manage cleaning staff and schedule their working hours.
Organize special cleaning requirements for performances, activities, events and other facility rentals.
Monitor and assure the quality of janitorial work and building condition.
Aid cleaning staff in their duties when additional requirements arise
Maintain an appropriate stock of cleaning supplies.
Restaurant Coordination duties include:
Act as a liaison for the restaurant regarding construction and alteration issues that arise.
Resolve deficiencies in the lounge and restaurant areas.
Collaborate with restaurant tenant in making decisions regarding safe operating practices.
Respond to restaurant requests for approval to make temporary or permanent changes to building spaces.
Health & Safety Duties include:
Ensure that the details of all incidents, accidents and injuries are recorded and reported to the Business Manager for appropriate follow-up (WCB, insurance, etc.) and reported to the Executive Director for disclosure.
Chair the Health And Safety Committee and hold Committee meetings for workers in the building.
Stock and maintain fresh safety supplies such as first-aid kits and eyewashes throughout the building.
Track the integrity and inspection schedules of fire protection systems and equipment.
Ensure staff is aware of proper health and safety policies and procedures.
Building Security Duties include:
Act as a point of contact and first-person responder to building alarm incidents and emergencies.
Issue, track and decommission access codes, alarm codes and key cards as appropriate.
Issue physical keys with the appropriate access levels for each staff member, track and reclaim them as appropriate.
Review and archive nightly building lockup records.
Maintain security cameras which monitor building entryways and sensitive areas, reviewing them when appropriate.
Advise the Business Manager on upgrades and updates to building security (i.e. changes to alarm/keybox code).
General Duties: Abide by all company rules and bylaws as detailed in Human Resources policies.
The applicant must be fluent in written and spoken English, physically able to lift heavy items and perform manual labor tasks, climb stairs, and must have basic computer skills.
Prior experience in performing maintenance work in a public theatre building is highly preferred.
The Grand Theatre is an historic building originally built in 1912, which makes it a very unique space. Workshop Kitchen + Culture -
a medium sized restaurant is also located in the building.
Salary: Range $20 - $25/hour based on experience
Please email your resume to . Please include 2 work related references.
We thank all applicants for their interest, but only qualified applicants will be contacted.
Theatre Junction is a not-for-profit organization that founded Calgary’s culture house for multidisciplinary live art at The Grand. Since 2006, the theatre has become a centre for creation, presentation, and dissemination of contemporary performance from Calgary, Canada, and around the world.