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Bethel University-St. Paul MN

Director of Facilities Management

Bethel University-St. Paul MN
St. Paul, Minnesota, United States

Date Posted: 06/21/2006
Categories: Maintenance
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:
The Office of Campus Services at Bethel University is seeking a senior level administrator to lead Bethels Department of Facilities Management with responsibility for the St. Paul campus physical resources comprising over 1,000,000 square feet of buildings on a 250 acre lakeside campus. Duties include but are not limited to building maintenance, building services (custodial), HVAC, technical services, grounds, and the department of security and safety. The director leads a team of six highly committed managers with a history of exceptional service to their customers. This individual will demonstrate a strong commitment to customer service as defined by Bethels Royal Care program - a hallmark of our institutional identity and have an unwavering commitment to excellence with strong relational and communication skills. Due to the broad responsibilities of the position, the director must possess a strong sense of stewardship of all financial, environmental, and human resources. Candidates with a deep commitment to racial reconciliation are encouraged to apply. Individual must have a record of leadership experience in both people and project management. Those with a commitment and understanding of Christian Higher education are preferred. This position requires knowledge equivalent to that gained through a baccalaureate degree and seven to ten years of progressively advanced facilities management experience. This is a full time, 12 month position. For application, visit our website at:

Bethel University is an institution of higher education with over 5600 students committed to integrate the evangelical Christian faith into every area of life.