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Northshore Community Church

Job Description

This position manages all facilities operations, works with the Building Committee, architects, city planners, and leadership team on long-range planning for the facility and future buildouts, and manages the church-owned fleet of vehicles.


Manage all Facility Operations

  • Direct and support Facilities staff to repair and maintain the facility and grounds as needed in response to county/local authority requirements, project management system, and the work order process
  • Direct and support Event Support staff in presenting a clean, safe facility and setting up for events per diagrams
  • Develop room diagrams necessary for Facilities staff to facilitate ministry requests
  • Maintain schedules for both work shifts and daily tasks for Facilities staff
  • Maintain Project Management System to support the organization and allocation of resources for both ministry and non-ministry events – on and off-site
  • Work with local vendors and contractors and manage annual contracts. Request proposals for projects, repairs, routine maintenance and oversee delivery
  • Purchase equipment, furnishings, resources, tools, and miscellaneous supplies and hardware
  • Maintain custodial inventory for the Facilities staff and/or an outside janitorial company
  • Act as the primary interface with local authorities, including King County (Kirkland), Fire Marshall, Safety Inspectors, etc.
  • Act as primary interface with church family and community regarding inquiries for facilities use
  • Oversee and act as a liaison for non-ministry events which occur at the facilities
  • Maintain and order necessary supplies for the ministry community supply closet
  • Maintain kitchen and order necessary supplies and equipment
  • Develop and manage the Facilities departmental budget, including a one-to-five-year deferred maintenance plan
  • Hire and train new facility team members, as needed.
  • Assign keys and fobs, as needed to staff and church members. Maintain schedule for access points in the building
  • Assist the Director of Operations with tasks as assigned

Project Management

  • Assist with capital improvement projects and developing deferred maintenance programs
  • Work with the Building Committee, architects, city planners, and leadership team on long-range planning for facility and future buildouts
  • Build volunteer teams to help with projects around the facility


  • Account for budget spending for all vehicles
  • Confirm all vehicles are current on registrations and tabs
  • Schedule routine maintenance and other necessary repairs for all vehicles
  • Schedule vehicles as ministry needs arise
  • Maintain necessary records required for drivers of all vehicles


  • College degree with construction management desired
  • Three-year minimum experience in managing commercial building and staff
  • Background in project management of large facility projects
  • Basic knowledge of building maintenance, custodial standards, and general construction
  • Strong supervisory skills including but not limited to high integrity standards, confidentiality measures, problem-solving and conflict resolution capabilities
  • Ability to train, motivate, and develop staff in a team environment
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Excellent communication skills, planning, and problem-solving ability
  • Ability to negotiate with vendors and service providers
  • Ability to understand commercial fire and building codes
  • Ability to manage operating budgets and conduct budget forecasting
  • Ability to build a strong volunteer team
  • Must be a Northshore member or pursue membership


  • Immediate Supervisor: Director of Operations
  • Supervises: Facilities staff
  • Supports: Northshore staff and volunteers, Building Committee, local community

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