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If you’re a jack-of-all-maintenance-trades, consider applying to building services coordinator jobs for a supervisory position that utilizes all your skills! Building services coordinators provide upkeep and maintenance for large buildings. By resolving daily maintenance issues and implementing preventative maintenance programs, building services coordinators ensure buildings operate smoothly.
Depending on the facility’s needs, building services coordinators may need a combination of plumbing, electrical, mechanical, HVAC, and ground maintenance experience. Typical duties include coordinating renovations, overseeing structural maintenance, supervising building operations and verifying that the building is in compliance with safety regulations. Building services directors may also be in charge of ordering equipment and supplies and hiring maintenance and housekeeping staff.
Educational requirements vary by facility. While some are willing to accept a high school diploma with experience, others prefer candidates who have technical certifications, associate’s degrees or bachelor’s degrees to fill building services coordinator jobs.
Hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities, particularly those in large buildings, have a need for building services coordinators. Generally, building services coordinators have regular, daytime hours, however, most are on-call for emergencies. To find healthcare building services coordinator positions check out the listings on ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs.