Building & Facilities Manager Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Building & Facilities Manager in United States

The average salary of a(n) Building & Facilities Manager in United States is $96,919.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Building & Facilities Manager in United States is $46.60.

The average bonus of a(n) Building & Facilities Manager in United States is $7,250.00.

Job Description:

Manages, plans, and coordinates, through staff of skilled, semiskilled, and unskilled trade personnel, activities concerned with the operation, repair, maintenance, and construction of facilities, equipment, buildings, and grounds to minimize interruption and improve efficiency. Plans and oversees such matters as design and development of plant facilities, formulation of operating rules, regulations, and procedures. Develops procedures for use in event of accidents, fires, or other emergencies. Inspects plant facilities or reviews inspection reports, to determine repairs, replacement, or improvements required. Hires, trains, and supervises building service personnel. Assigns workers to duties such as maintenance, repair, or renovation and may obtain bids for additional work from outside contractors. Plans and administers building department budget. Compiles records of labor and material cost for operating building and issues cost reports to owners or management. Reviews reports of expenditures for previous fiscal year and proposed improvements to facilities in order to prepare budget estimates for upcoming fiscal year. Purchases building and maintenance supplies, machinery, equipment, and furniture. May direct contracted projects to ensure adherence to specifications. May be responsible for procurement of utilities or operations of utility systems. May negotiate for acquisition of property for development or lease of buildings and facilities. May prepare construction specifications or plans, obtaining advice from engineering consultants, assemble and analyze contract bids, and submit bids and recommendations to superiors for action. Less

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