Facility Engineering Associates (FEA) is a growing facility management and engineering consulting firm that specializes in evaluation of facilities and helping our clients manage the life-cycle challenges of their buildings. FEA provides an array of services to assist building owners, managers, and tenants to manage their facilities more efficiently. Our services range from management and technology consulting services to facility repair and restoration design, condition assessments, real estate due diligence evaluations, asset management services, and capital needs analyses. Our corporate office is located in Fairfax, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, DC, with additional offices located in Denver, CO, and Santa Rosa, CA. These locations allow us to provide our services to a national client base on a regional or local level. FEA also has traveled around the globe providing engineering and facility management consulting services in over 40 different countries. FEA is an employee-owned company.
FEA is looking for experienced individuals with facility maintenance, management, and assessment experience that can assess conditions of a broad range of utility and base building systems. In addition to performing facility assessment work, responsibilities include interacting with client staff for on-site assignments, managing site assessment teams, managing personal assignment schedules, execution, and deliverables. Typical projects include evaluation, validation and collection of system and/or asset data; visual assessment and evaluation for condition of utility and facility assets; identification of deficiencies and cost to remedy; identifying and evaluating project scope for future repairs/replacements; and aggregating input from subject matter experts to provide comprehensive project scope descriptions for use by client in communicating repair/replacement project requirements.
Strong leadership, organizational, and program management skills are essential for success in this position.
Qualified candidates will have:
- At least 15 years of experience in operation and maintenance of building systems
Skills and Abilities
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Ability to relate equally well with senior executives and shop-level supervisors
- Ability to organize and manage multiple project assignments simultaneously
- Hands-on experience with various building systems
- Ability to analyze and organize large amounts of data
- Ability to function independently as well as within a group
- Above average skills using Microsoft Office
- Ability to travel
To be determined