International Facility Management Association
IFMA Seattle
5727 Baker Way NW, Suite 200
Gig Harbor, WA 98332
tel: 877-460-5880
fax: 253-265-3043

Employment Opportunities for IFMA Seattle Members

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Career Opportunities, Jobs, Resumes

To submit a job listing or resume, please send an e-mail to Fawn at IFMA@AMInc.org.

  • The text of your listing should be within the body of the e-mail, and should not exceed approximately 75 words. We reserve the right to edit all submissions.
  • IFMA Members: The service is free to IFMA Seattle members. It will be posted on the website and in the monthly newsletter.
  • IFMA Non-Members: You may also send in job postings. If the job is for a facility manager or facility support, the service is free to non-members as well. If the company is not a member and the position is not a facility job (i.e. sales, real estate), it is $50 for each job post on the website.
  • All listings are retained for 60 days; to extend this period, please resubmit upon expiration.
  • Note that for resume listings, you must be a current IFMA member. It will remain on the website for 60 days. Your resume may be part of the e-mail itself, or sent as an attachment in one of the following formats: PDF, Microsoft Word  or plain text
RESUMES


RESUME: Lyle Livermont | Facilities Maintenance and Operations, Project Management and Administration

Lyle Livermont Profile:

Extensive and successful hands on experience in facilities maintenance and operations, project management and administration. Proven track record in managing numerous projects simultaneously including, but not limited to, projects related to rapid growth re-engineering, asset acquisition and disposition, construction, as well as vendor management. Recognized for abilities to interact with customers, contractors, motivate to action, resolve problems, make quality decisions and provide excellent customer service.






Employment Opportunity Descriptions



Job Opportunity: FACILITY MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR | North Region | Lynnwood

The primary responsibilities of a Facility Maintenance Coordinator will include facilities administration and support, invoice management, coordination of external maintenance vendors, administration of facility reporting and planning software, site inspections and responding to service calls. *Please note that this position will be stationed in Lynnwood, WA and on occasion reporting to our Downtown Tacoma Headquarters. This position will primarily support different branch locations ranging throughout Seattle, North/Northeast King County, and Snohomish County.
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Job Opportunity: Facilities Coordinator | Sno-Isle Libraries | Marysville

Under the direction of the Facilities Manager, support the administration and recordkeeping of all facilities and fleet operations. This position will be the initial customer contact for internal and external customers and contractors in the general support and communication of information from the Facilities Department.
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Job Opportunity: Night-shift facilities/life sciences technician | Seattle Aquarium | Seattle, WA

The Seattle Aquarium seeks a full-time, night-shift facilities/life sciences technician to provide essential coverage overnight, from 11pm until 7am. The night-shift facilities/life sciences technician bridges the job duties performed by the Aquarium evening biologist and the life sciences/operations staff, in accordance with established company policies and procedures. The technician provides support and technical expertise for a variety of maintenance/repair activities and coordinates work with skilled crafts and with other departments under the supervision of the Aquarium engineer. Responsibilities include presenting a high level of dependability and accountability across all assigned tasks, effectively communicating and collaborating across departments, coping with change and operating at times in environments of uncertainty, utilizing good judgment and experience when solving complex problems, and demonstrating a willingness to learn new methods and approaches to challenges. The night-shift facilities/life sciences technician is expected to respond to emergencies on an as-needed basis. This is a very independent position requiring a high degree of self-motivation. This technician will work five shifts (40 hours), 11pm to 7am, each week but may be called upon to provide relief for additional vacancies in the facilities department when necessary and with appropriate notice.
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Job Opportunity: Building Engineer | Hines | Seattle, WA

As a Building Engineer with Hines, you will operate and maintain all building equipment and systems. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Perform preventative maintenance work on mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC related equipment
• Troubleshoot operations failures and re-establish building services under minimal supervision
• Supervise maintenance work as needed
Minimum Requirements:
• High school diploma or equivalent from an accredited institution
• Two or more years experience in commercial HVAC or related field
• Strong mechanical aptitude
• Strong customer service orientation and the ability to professionally respond to tenant requests

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Job Opportunity: Facilities Manager | Hines | Seattle, WA

As a Facilities Manager with Hines, you will act in a supporting role for a client's operations, take ownership of certain elements of the facilities operations scope of work, run projects, and provide response and coordination of resolution for specific requests. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Client relations
• Facility operations
• Vendor administration
• Budget management
Minimum Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in business administration or related field from an accredited institution
• Four or more years professional work experience, with supervisory experience strongly preferred
• Profit and Loss responsibility and budgetary experience
• Strong initiative and customer service orientation

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Job Opportunity: Assistant Facilities Manager | Hines | Seattle, WA

As an Assistant Facilities Manager with Hines, you will act in a supporting role for a client's operations, take ownership of certain elements of the facilities operations scope of work, run projects, and provide response and coordination of resolution for specific requests. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Client relations
• Facility operations
• Vendor administration
• Budget management
Minimum Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in business administration or related field from an accredited institution
• Two or more years professional work experience, with supervisory experience strongly preferred
• Profit and Loss responsibility and budgetary experience
• Strong initiative and customer service orientation

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Job Opportunity: Lead Facilities Engineer | Seattle Art Museum | Seattle, WA

Seattle Art Museum is a dynamic and engaged place for professionals to make an impact in the local, regional and national art community. Join our team! Seattle Art Museum is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. Qualified individuals who bring diverse perspectives to the workplace are especially encouraged to apply.
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Job Opportunity: Senior Mechanical Engineer | Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center | Seattle, WA

The Senior Mechanical Engineer supports the Facilities Engineering Department in operating and maintaining Seattle Cancer Care Alliance facilities. Physical plant systems include steam and hot water boilers, specialized laboratory utility systems, air handling systems, chillers and chilled water system, HVAC, power transformation and distribution, emergency generator, and building automation controls.
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Job Opportunity: Anchor Community Initiative Administrative Coordinator| : A Way Home Washington |Seattle

Minimum Requirements • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and administrative skills; • Strong written and verbal communication skills; • Highly detail-oriented; • Capacity to work independently, multi-task, and prioritize; • Advanced computer literacy skills, including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint; • Proven ability to handle sensitive and confidential information; • Enjoys working in a dynamic, fast-paced environment as a part of a growing, high-performing team; • Demonstrates professionalism, good humor, patience, and the ability to handle stress; • Demonstrates commitment to supporting diversity and inclusion, both internally and across our efforts to serve all youth and young adults experiencing homelessness in Washington state. Preferred Qualifications • Professional experience in a nonprofit environment, familiarity with youth and young adult homelessness a plus; • Graphic design software familiarity a plus; • Experience with Basecamp project management software and the Google professional suite; • A minimum of 2 years' experience in an administrative role, or similar.
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Job Opportunity: Facilities Manager| Islandwood | Bainbridge Island

The Facilities Manager is responsible for the maintenance and management of buildings, vehicles, grounds, equipment, forest management, plumbing systems, energy systems, and sewage treatment systems for IslandWood’s 255-acre campus on Bainbridge Island. This position is also responsible for facility functions related to planning, budgeting, personnel management, service contracts and project management.
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Job Opportunity: Facilities Coordinator| City of Renton | Renton

The City of Renton is recruiting for a Facilities Coordinator to manage lease agreements, manage space planning, and coordinate space requirements, renovation and tenant improvements with departments, contractors, and consultants.
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Job Opportunity: Engineering/Operations Technician | Seattle Aquarium | Seattle

The Seattle Aquarium is recruiting for an engineering/operations technician to join the facilities department. This position provides support and technical expertise for a variety of maintenance/repair activities and coordinates work with skilled crafts and other departmental work units under the supervision of the Aquarium engineer. Responsibilities include presenting a high level of dependability and accountability across all assigned tasks, effectively communicating across departments, collaborating in a team setting, coping with change and operating at times in environments of uncertainty, utilizing sound analysis, good judgment and experience when solving complex problems, and demonstrating a willingness to learn new methods and approaches to challenges.
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