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A Facility Manager is responsible for making sure the building they are in charge of is running and capable of meeting the demands of the workers and customers that use the building. Facility managers should have prior experience with the type of building and the type of equipment running inside the building.
Facility Manager should possess the following skills to be successful at their position; capable of multi-tasking, able to handle large workloads, a strong leader, knowledgeable about the building and equipment, patient, strong negotiator, and possess drive and determination.
To succeed in the interview for a Facility Manager position, we recommend researching the building prior to the interview. Know the square footage of the building, the purposes, and usage of the building, what type of HVAC system the building has, and estimate how many technicians and maintenance workers currently work at the building. Be prepared to discuss your past leadership experiences. Be able to discuss past situations where you resolved disputes with employees and even when you have had to terminate an employee. Lastly, understand why you have a passion for this career and the company you are interviewing for.