Company: N.S. International, Ltd.
Posted on: May 6, 2021
Company Overview Nippon Seiki is a world-class manufacturer of
instruments for vehicles, agricultural, and construction equipment.
Established in 1945, Nippon Seiki Co., Ltd. is headquartered in
Japan, with numerous facilities worldwide. N.S. International, Ltd.
("NSI"), a group company of Nippon Seiki, located in Troy, MI, is a
tier one supplier of instrument clusters and head-up display units
for FCA US, General Motors, BMW, Honda, Harley Davidson, Suzuki,
Polaris, Arctic Cat and other OEM's.Purpose of Job The Facilities
Manager is responsible for planning, directing, and overseeing
building operations and services. In addition to managing office
space allocations, this role is responsible for purchasing various
building supplies/equipment and managing various suppliers and
vendors. The Facilities Manager will maintain the overall
appearance of the facility (inside/outside/groundskeeping),
managing key facility projects and maintenance requirements.
Furthermore, they will monitor and manage safety programs and
objectives, in addition to complying with applicable state/federal
regulations while creating a culture of safety within the
organization.Major Duties/Responsibilities Top duties or activities
in a given year. Not all tasks/steps performed are listed.
---Manage employee physical safety along with building security and
related systems (badge system). ---Manages building space
allocation, layout, and office moves/relocations. ---Performs
environmental hazard assessment management, planning, and
remediation to ensure compliance with EPA, OSHA/MIOSHA, DOT
regulations, NFPA guidelines, building codes and applicable
permits. ---Monitors/manages utility energy utilization and related
building systems to continuously improve site energy consumption.
---Manages the building maintenance/repairs (and associated work
order system), upgrades, and office space renovations which include
electrical, plumbing, security, janitoral, parking, furniture,
signage for the facility and applicable vendor performance.
---Ensure timely site walkthroughs/inspections
(roofing/elevator/etc.) are conducted and effective corrective
actions implemented. ---Manages Contractor Safety Program and
rresponsible for Facilities-related internal/external audits.
---Establishes/Administers policies (in coordination with Human
Resources) for such items as evacuation plans, employee safety,
company events, and other various activities. ---Establish/Manage
departmental KPIs, safety-related logs/systems, and
---Develop/Execute applicable training related to environmental and
employee health and safety. ---Prepare and manage facility/site
equipment obsolescence and/or replacement planning, annual
department project and operating budgets (including site general
office supplies), and ---Manage annual building/vehicle insurance
reviews, in addition to managing the fleet of vehicles
(reservation, maintenance, etc.). ---Oversee Shipping/Receiving
activities for all of NSI ---Responsible for emergency calls
afterhours (alarms, fire, security employee/vehicle issues, etc)
Team Management/Leading Others: ---Provide supervision, guidance,
coaching, leadership, and training to members within team.
---Monitor and evaluate the performance of the team. ---Train team
members on policies and procedures and create/maintain a set of
current forms and approval procedures. ---Establish goals for team
and conduct reviews. ---Participate in recruitment activities and
hiring of qualified department resources. Education, Experience and
Knowledge Required and/or preferred level of education, knowledge
and skills that are necessary.Education ---Bachelor's Degree in
related field; Construction/Facilities Management preferred.
Related Experience ---10+ years of experience in construction or
facilities management; 5-7 years of project/vendor management
experience. ---Strong interpretive knowledge of building
permits/codes, NFPA and MIOSHA/OSHA regulations in addition to
interpreting / analyzing contracts, blueprints, and other documents
with varying levels of technical instructions in mathematical or
diagram form with variables. ---Working knowledge of business
insurance needs and fleet vehicle management experience.
---Comprehensive knowledge of the following: ---Equipment and
facility maintenance programs and procedures ---Site evaluations
---Safety principles and practices ---Project Management and
Budgeting ---Experience demostrating effective leadership, directly
or in-directly, for multi-disciplinary teams. ---Work requires
leadership skills and the ability to develop and enhance a
department (i.e. processes, procedures, and personnel). Must be
able to exercise judgment and make decisions; define problems,
collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability
to prioritize and organize the management of multiple projects and
meet deadlines to achieve desired results and stay within budget.
Must be a self-starter, self-motivator, and a team player. ---CFM
preferred. ---Technical Leadership: Includes being the subject
matter expert in this field. Special Training or Competency
---Technical Leadership: Includes being the subject matter expert
in this field. Ability to motivate the organization, enforce
product technical excellence and sponsor innovation among the team.
---Observation, understanding, and execution of applicable company
ISO/TS/IATF certification standards related to the role and impact
on the overall organization. NSI Competencies ---Leading Others:
Includes leading by setting clear expectations for performance and
responsibility. Serving as a role model of appropriate attitudes
and behaviors. Diagnosing the needs and capabilities of employees
and taking actions to maximize each person's development.
---Adaptation/Flexibility: Includes keeping an open mind regarding
new ideas and ways of doing things. Willing to consider alternative
interpretations or ways of looking at the situation. Demonstrating
flexibility. ---Initiative/Results Driven: Includes setting high
standards of performance for self and others. Striving to
accomplish goals even if it means personal sacrifice. Putting the
goals of the organization above own goals. ---Judgment/Decision
Making: Includes making decisions and takes actions that have
beneficial impact. Effectively evaluating information in order to
come up with sound conclusions and recommendations. ---Resource
Management: Includes setting clear objectives to guide action for
self or others to accomplish goals. Organizing or adjusting
information, people and materials to meet those goals. ---Team
Work: Includes encouraging and supporting the ideas and effort of
others. Finding ways to help the team or group perform effectively.
Additional Information Work HoursMonday-Friday, 8 am - 5pm.
Off-hours as needed and Emergency contact for the facility.Travel
Requirements5% international and/or domestic. If domestic travel is
necessary, valid drivers' license is required.If international
travel is necessary, valid passport is required.Additional
InformationNADISCLAIMER The above information on this description
has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work
performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a
comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and
qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.N.S.
International, Ltd. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not
discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment
because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual
orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a
veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or
local protected class.
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