The primary responsibility of the Facility Manager is to maintain the health and vitality of the Triangle Aquatic Center facilities and grounds. The Manager will provide hands on support and maintenance as well as manage a team of employees and Independent Service Providers to ensure the facilities, grounds and equipment are always in good working order. In addition to normal and ongoing facility maintenance responsibilities, this position is responsible for planning, inventory control, documentation (manuals / SOP’s, etc.) budgeting and working as part of a fully aligned team of Directors and Managers to ensure a quality experience for customers and guests. The Triangle Aquatic Center is at the beginning of a three-phase expansion project that will add two parking lots, 22,000-sf of additional space and a new 50-meter outdoor pool over a three-year period. It is the goal of the Facility Manager position to grow into a Facility Director position by the end of the expansion project.
Job Responsibilities Maintain the overall health, cleanliness and vitality of the aquatic facility and campus. Oversight and management of service providers to include but not limited to:
- Lawncare - Pools, Pump Room & Air Quality - HVAC Service & Repair - Bathroom Cleaning Service - Technology Providers - Elevator - Exterminator - Garbage - Retention Pond - Fire Alarm - Utilities - Pool Management
Event preparation, set-up and monitoring Manage repairs and renovation projects Manage maintenance employees Preparation and management of maintenance, personnel and utilities budget Prepare, update and maintain manuals and SOP’s for all equipment, service and operations to maintain the health, cleanliness and vitality of the aquatic facility and campus. Develop and maintain emergency procedure plans, risk management and safety programs Prepare and maintain a list of all facility equipment and inventory Order, install and maintain facility supplies
The Triangle Aquatic Center (TAC) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization in Cary, NC, founded in 2002.Privately funded through community support and donations, TAC is open to the public and welcomes all aquatic-based activities, both their participants and their aquatic owners and operators to use the state-of-the-art facility to bring health, safety, competition offerings to the citizenry of Wake County.