Global Facilities & Construction Manager

BorgWarner   •  

Woodland Hills, CA

Industry: Automotive

  •  

8 - 10 years

Posted 123 days ago

Major Responsibilities:

Global Facilities & Construction Management:

  • Develop and manage an effective strategic risk management plan on all types of facility risks – fire, new construction, business acquisition
  • Serve as the subject matter expert in building standards and replicate best practices across the enterprise
  • Share lessons learned with Global Facility Committee members by holding regional conferences and visiting plants on a rotating basis
  • Develop and manage statements of work, selection, and negotiations with all supply chain vendors supporting both the construction project process and facility inspection process
  • Oversee the management of all construction projects and respective phases including inception, design, bid and construction
  • Partner with the construction management consultants to develop proper scope, budget and schedule detail
  • Oversee the management of the fire and safety inspection process
  • Partner with the property control consultants to develop proper inspection scope and schedule
  • Prepare both quantitative and qualitative reporting to demonstrate progress with inspection results and construction projects
  • Collaborate with functional leadership in Environmental, Safety, Capital Appropriations and Marketing on issues as they pertain to compliance with building standards

Global Property Risk Assessment:

  • Coordinate the annual renewal of the Company’s global property insurance by expanding valuation techniques to ensure reasonable total insured values (TIVs)
  • Perform data analytics using TIVs and inspection scores to highlight manufacturing locations and their respective overall risks
  • Oversee the performance of Infrared Thermographic Surveys and resulting implementation of recommendations to achieve highly protected risk (HPR) status

Candidate Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Technology or Project Management
  • 7-10 years of experience in facilities operations, building management, engineering or construction management including light manufacturing facilities, office, infrastructure, and renovation projects
  • International, multi-site experiencerequired
  • Knowledge of FM and NFPA standards and ISO 9000 and 14000 preferred
  • Knowledge of Building Codes, Safety and Environmental disciplines
  • FMP, SFP and/or CFM certifications a plus

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