Building/Facilities Maintenance Manager

$65,000–$75,000 a year – Permanent, Full-time

Job Details


  • $65,000–$75,000 a year

Job Type

  • Full-time
  • Permanent

Shift and schedule

  • Overtime
  • Weekends as needed
  • Night shift
  • Evening shift
  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • Holidays
  • On call

Expected start date:

  • 2024-06-30


  • Flexible schedule

Full Job Description

The Building/Facilities Maintenance Manager is responsible for overseeing the housekeeping, laundry and maintenance operations at One Kenton Place. This role ensures a clean, safe, and pleasant environment for residents, staff, and visitors. The manager will lead a team of housekeeping, laundry and maintenance staff, develop and implement cleaning and maintenance schedules, and uphold our commitment to environmental sustainability.

Key Responsibilities

1. Leadership and Management:

  • Supervise, train, and evaluate housekeeping, laundry and maintenance staff.
  • Schedule and coordinate staff shifts and workloads.
  • Conduct regular team meetings to ensure alignment with community standards and policies.

2. Operational Oversight:

  • Develop and implement comprehensive cleaning schedules for common areas, resident rooms, and facilities.
  • Ensure routine and preventive maintenance of equipment, systems, and the facility.
  • Coordinate with external vendors for specialized maintenance and repair work.

3. Quality Assurance:

  • Conduct regular inspections to ensure cleanliness and safety standards are met.
  • Address and resolve any issues or complaints regarding housekeeping, laundry and maintenance promptly.
  • Maintain accurate records of cleaning and maintenance activities.

4. Environmental Sustainability:

  • Promote and implement environmentally sustainable practices within the housekeeping, laundry and maintenance operations.
  • Manage waste disposal and recycling programs.
  • Identify and recommend improvements to reduce energy and water usage.

5. Safety and Compliance:

  • Ensure compliance with local, provincial, and federal regulations related to health, safety, and environmental standards.
  • Develop and implement safety protocols and training for staff.
  • Respond to emergency situations and coordinate emergency response efforts.

6. Budget and Inventory Management:

  • Manage the budget for housekeeping, laundry and maintenance operations.
  • Order and maintain inventory of cleaning supplies, maintenance tools, and equipment.
  • Monitor expenses to ensure cost-effective operations.



  • High school diploma or equivalent; Bachelor’s degree in facilities management, environmental science, or a related field preferred.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in housekeeping, laundry or facility management, preferably in a healthcare or senior living environment.
  • Proven leadership and team management skills.
  • Strong knowledge of IPAC, cleaning and maintenance best practices.
  • Familiarity with environmental sustainability practices and programs.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills.
  • Ability to respond to emergencies and work flexible hours when necessary.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and facility management software.



  • environmental services: 2 years (required)