Time and time again, HBM has seen facility staffing disproportionate to facility needs. Often times, when you have disproportionate staffing size and siloed responsibilities you see a breakdown in collaboration and communication. Many times team members will work independently or not at all! Drawing from our many years of experience, we implement mandatory industry specific education to train everyone to be able to do anyone's job. HBM is here to improve your operations and can give you the best advice for your facility. Ultimately the choice is yours on the level and number of positions. We will work together to come up with the best staffing model for your school.
From Human Resources down to your Professional Janitorial Staff, making an informed decision means you need to have the correct information. As a Professional Facilities Service company, HBM, does exactly that. We provide you with the operational information you need while simultaneously working a pro-active plan that reduces risk.
Provides support services in the area of Human Resources. This position includes recruitment, hiring, background and reference checks, required forms, handbook updates, leave of absence, workers compensation, and employee training.
Responsible for supervising multi-disciplinary teams of staff including construction, cleaning, maintenance, grounds, and security. These Directors are skilled at developing long term maintenance strategies, budgeting, project management, and working closely with the school leadership team to meet the community goals.
Oversees building and grounds maintenance. Operates and maintains custodial functions. Ensures security and emergency preparedness procedures are implemented properly. Ensures that the facility is clean and maintained according to company policy and procedures.
Monitors and assesses completed and ongoing repair and maintenance within a given building. Ensures health and safety standards are met. Reports to and works with the facilities manager in tracking expenses and working with external vendors.
Oversees operational activities at every level. Duties include hiring, training, and managing people. Strategizes process improvements to ensure tasks are completed in a timely manner.
Develops and implements security policies and procedures necessary for protecting the campus and students. This position is also responsible for designing and educating employees on an emergency response action.
This is the journey-level class in the series. Performs maintenance work as a specialist and a lead worker in areas such as landscaping, carpentry, plumbing, irrigation, electrical, and equipment operation and maintenance. Plans, assigns, and reviews the work of staff performing a variety of skilled, semi-skilled, and unskilled tasks in the construction, maintenance, and repair of campus grounds, structures, and equipment. Also performs other work as required.
Oversees all landscaping grounds. Performs daily grounds keeping and landscaping maintenance work. Plans, schedules, and coordinates routine, and special landscape projects, in addition to assigning tasks. Oversees and trains other personnel responsible for the grooming and maintaining of facilities grounds.
The Maintenance Tech 3 position is the journey-level class in the series. Employees in this position are expected to perform maintenance work as a specialist and lead work in areas such as landscaping, carpentry, plumbing, irrigation, electrical, and equipment operation and maintenance. They are also expected to plan, assign and review the work of staff performing a variety of skilled, semi-skilled, and unskilled tasks in the construction, maintenance, and repair of campus grounds, structures and equipment, and to do other work as required.
This is a semi-skilled worker class in the series. The Maintenance Tech 2 position is filled with people skilled in operating light equipment and power tools, and performing semi-skilled pruning and landscape care tasks. People in this position also need to show proficiency at applying techniques and using tools in one or more of these categories: carpentry, plumbing, masonry, electrical work, small equipment repair, or welding. Also included is the assignment and training of one or more unskilled workers.
Is the trainee in the series. Initially, under close supervision, the Maintenance Tech 1 performs routine grounds and building maintenance, gardening, clean-up and unskilled manual work and learn to operate equipment such as mowers, and to perform semi-skilled work in varying craft areas. Maintenance Tech 1's are expected to promote to the next level after they have demonstrated satisfactory performance and have reached the required level of proficiency.
Responsibilities will include; organizing and restocking restrooms, keeping the campus pristine clean, maintaining break rooms, breaking down boxes received during the day, and addressing any cleaning issue that must be taken care of during their shift, including handling emergencies and special request cleaning.
Is responsible for leading and coordinating the work of employees in Custodial positions to ensure facility health is in good standing. This position also leads fellow employees to perform minor maintenance, move furniture and equipment, and ensures that assigned duties are completed on schedule.
Responsible for cleaning and supplying designated building areas. Performing and documenting routine inspection and maintenance activities. Carrying out heavy cleansing tasks and special projects.
This position is responsible for maintaining the safety and security of the students and campus, fostering an optimal learning environment and acting as a deterrent to unsafe or poor behavior by providing high visibility throughout the school, walking and surveying hallways, common areas, grounds and parking lots and enforcing safe school policies regarding weapons, tobacco, illegal substances, traffic rules, dress code, etc.
Responsible for maintaining the landscape of a business or park. Essential duties include mowing lawns, removing weeds, trimming shrubs, planting new greenery, and removing unwanted trees.
Your assets only have a set amount of operating life. You need to have an asset management plan for your capital expenditures. HBM Operations team uses an FCA as part of a technical investigation to review and determine deterioration of capital assets. Look here for more information about what service is right for you.
A Typical School for Facilities Assist would have a total building size of 20,000 square feet, a total land acreage of 1, and have approximately 150 students and staff.
A typical school perfect for Facilities Essentials would have a total building size above 50,000 square feet, a total land acreage above 4, and have over 300 students and staff.
A typical school using Facilities Pro would have a total building size above 100,000 square feet, a total land acreage above 10, and have over 600 students and staff.