United Church Homes
The Facilities Manager ensures optimal functioning of building systems including mechanical, electrical, fire/life safety,
and elevators. The Facilities Manager may also be responsible for the leadership, direction, and ongoing development of
maintenance staff and/or facility renovation contractors. The Facilities Manager will be expected to leverage creativity,
conceptual latitude, experience and judgment gained through knowledge of field competencies, concepts, practices, and
procedures to achieve organizational goals.
Workplace Design and Construction Project Manager
Nestle USA – Solon, Ohio
The Workplace Design and Construction Project Manager is responsible for efficient, effective, and flawless execution of projects with minimal disruption and consistent principles. Reporting to the Nestlé in the Market (NiM) Director of Construction and Project Management within Workplace Solutions Team, this role is a leader in the management of projects from start to finish, including preliminary planning, projects strategy development, high level estimation, design, pre-construction, detailed estimation, construction, and post-projects documentation completion. The right candidate will need a deep understanding of corporate interiors, manufacturing and distribution offices and welfare areas, site work projects, building envelope, building controls,
restack projects, design programming, estimating, and project scheduling to be successful.
Membership with IFMA provides an opportunity to learn from and network with many of the top facility management professionals in Northeast Ohio and around the globe. In addition, benefits include opportunities to broaden your expertise, hone your skills, and keep up-to-date with FM industry trends and news through a variety of resources.
Uniquely, IFMA membership is open to both facility managers and associates (vendor representative or solutions provider.)
Questions? Reach out to our Chapter Administrator at OhioIFMA@att.net.