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Head of Facilities

ROSEN is a leading privately owned company that was established as a one-man business in 1981. Over the last 35 years, ROSEN has grown rapidly and is today a worldwide technology group that operates in more than 120 countries with over 2,800 employees.

ROSEN is an extended team of people with a passion for technology and innovation. Our claim “empowered by technology” is the key to our sophisticated and highly innovative products and services to the oil and gas and other engineering industries. The focus of all our research efforts and high tech solutions is on a safe operation of assets and therefore provide protection for both people and the environment.


The Head of Facilities fosters partnerships and teamwork within Facilities and with other departments in support of the ROSEN brand and objective to ensure the most suitable, safe and healthy working environment for all our employees. The Head of Facilities is responsible for managing the company’s facilities in the USA (e.g. buildings, grounds, equipment and installations, furniture, etc.). Activities include planning and organizing (a) routine repairs and facility maintenance,  (b) expansion and/or improvement projects and (3) supervision of facilities personnel and sub-contractors in the most efficient and cost effective way.




• Establish effective communication as the first point of contact for (a) management, (b) employees, (c) vendors and contractors and (d) governmental agencies pertaining all facilities matters.
• Establish, develop and maintain close collaboration and teamwork with other managers, departments, including, but not limited to: Business Resourcing, IT, HSE, etc.
• Ensure compliance with:
     o federal, state and municipal (building) codes and applicable regulations.
     o ROSEN internal policies, procedures and brand guidelines.
• Ensure the safety of employees and visitors in the building from a facilities perspective.
• Ensure the security of ROSEN’s buildings, content and property.
• Identify, define and proactively assess facility requirements based on anticipated business needs.
• Specifying performance standards for facilities vendors and contractors.
• Plan, organize, supervise:
     o activities of the Facilities department and staff.
     o activities of facilities suppliers and contractors.
     o routine repairs and maintenance of buildings, grounds, equipment and installations, furniture, etc.
     o facility improvement or expansion projects.
• Respond appropriately to emergencies or urgent facilities issues as they arise and dealing with the consequences.
• Manage the facilities expenses and projects within established budgets and seek to optimize costs where possible.
• Review performance of the department and condition of facilities on an ongoing basis and implement improvements where possible.
• Keep and maintain facilities records, including but not limited to drawings, permits, manuals, warranty certificates, etc. organized,
accessible and up-to-date as hardcopy and/or electronically.

Qualifications / Skills Required:

• Four year degree or equivalent combination of education and experience; High school diploma or equivalent (GED) required.
• Minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience and responsibility in a facility management position and managing the facilities maintenance staff.
• Experience with reviewing proposals, contracts, managing costs and the budget of the facilities department.
• Experience with planning, scheduling and managing facilities improvement projects.
• Knowledge of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, carpentry and HVAC system and applications..
• Knowledge of building safety codes, OSHA regulations.
• Ability to interpret complex drawings and equipment schematics.
• Ability to work both independently as well as in a team.
• Ability to define problems, and resolve them quickly.
• Ability to adapt to ever changing priorities or situations.
• Strong leadership and supervisory skills (demonstrated leadership skills in a previous job).
• Strong verbal and written communication skills.
• Strong trouble shooting and diagnostic skills.
• Valid State Driver's License
Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.

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