Location: 200 NeoCity Way, Kissimmee, FL 34744
Schedule: Monday through Friday, day shift. Some nights and weekends may be required.
Physical Requirements: Hearing, sight, speech, hand and finger capabilities, and physical mobility are essential. Ability to lift 50 lbs. and work in a cleanroom environment.
Facilities Manager Essential Duties & Responsibilities
The Facilities manager will manage the full scope of facility operations, facility engineering, and security. This team member will operate and maintain the facility using best known practices for a 109,000 square-foot facility, with cleanrooms operating at class 100 and class 10,000 environments.
Develop and manage Facilities CapEx and Operations Budgets
- Track monthly costs of utilities, investigate changes in costs or other irregularities
- Identify, plan, supervise, assist, and review benefits of cost savings projects
Oversee repair and preventative maintenance of facilities and equipment
- Establish a system to pro-actively manage efforts to minimize risk and to achieve and maintain compliance with Federal, state and local and internal regulatory requirements
- Manage suppliers and vendors including but not limited to gas/chemical, waste, emergency Generator, Central utility plant, RO/DI Water plant, utilities, security, and building management systems
Supervise facilities maintenance technicians
- Provide job supervision/mentoring and training to facilities engineering and technical building operations personnel
- Identify and drive improvements in business systems & processes that reduce waste, continuously improve the quality of operations while achieving cost reductions through efficiency improvement efforts
Maintain, program and operate facilities automation/controls including:
- BMS (Building Management Systems), monitor PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) and facility SPC charts
- Toxic Gas Monitoring System (TGMS), monitoring, maintaining and programming
- BAS (Building Automation System) including HVAC, lights, fire and safety devices and systems
Work closely with environmental, health and safety team to ensure performance provide leadership to achieve EHS objectives
- Attend training in hazmat response, first aid, firefighting, respiratory protection, chemical handling, spill response and cleanup, LOTO, and respond to any emergencies
- Work with EH&S manager to plan responses to incidents and procedure
- Act as ERT lead during incident response, confirm procedures are followed, assist with implementation of new procedures, and coordinate third party response
- Arrange employee training for the use of aerial lifts and forklifts as required
- Assist EH&S with requirements, inspections, and audits from regulatory agencies, including DHS, DEP, EPA, TWA, etc.
- Assist EH&S with creating procedures for chemical handling and storage, security protocols, responding to emergencies, etc.
- Responsible for 24/7 building emergency response
Prepare and submit monthly, quarterly and annual regulatory and contractual reports
- Prepare and maintain company’s 5-year facility plans
- Work with facilities personnel to ensure compliance with equipment PM schedule and recording
- Ensures that CMMS system is utilized for all facilities operations and maintenance activities
BRIDG is not-for-profit public-private partnership providing semiconductor R&D and production capabilities to industry and government, enabled by a versatile 200mm microelectronics fabrication facility. As the anchor tenant of an emerging 500-acre technology district known as NeoCity, BRIDG operates the fab with a focus on heterogeneous integration and advanced packaging process technologies, and the development of a secure manufacturing methodology leveraging digital twin and other Industry 4.0 concepts. Supported by Osceola County, University of Central Florida, Florida High Tech Corridor Council and others, BRIDG connects challenges and opportunities with solutions; “Bridging the Innovation Development Gap” making commercialization possible.
As a new 500-acre technology-based master planned development set in an innovative environment, NeoCity connects people with the community and its surrounding natural landscape, all within a walkable urban setting. Located entirely within an opportunity zone, NeoCity provides a future-focused ecosystem intended to help drive innovation and discovery within the smart sensor, photonics, nanotechnology and microelectronics-related industries.
NeoCity is strategically positioned in Central Florida – in the heart of Osceola County – to capitalize on the collaboration between high-tech industries and universities while leveraging the strength of the Orlando region as Florida’s focal point for technology development. Home to BRIDG, the cutting-edge NeoCity Academy STEM high school, and The OC (a 100,000 square feet Class A office building), NeoCity provides a future-focused, non-traditional and collaborative global location open to companies, researchers and developers from around the world.