Tuesday, October 17, 2017
9:00am – 3:00pm
FM Shops (Service Building)
Is a career in facilities management at a public institution right for you? Join us on October 17 and you may discover it’s just what you are looking for.
The trades shops will be open to the public from 9:00am – 3:00pm with representatives from each shop – carpentry, custodial, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, grounds, paint, resource recovery, central supply, Steam Plant, garage, area maintenance, locksmith, and the engineering center – available to talk with you and let you know what we do here and what a career in FM is all about.
Refreshments will be served. We look forward to meeting and talking with you.
Get to know Facilities…
Where your experience begins and your career takes off
The Office of Facilities Management provides a broad range of services to the University community. These include management of: capital construction projects; maintenance and operations (with a full range of trades); the central vehicle fleet and garage; the central power plant and extensive related campus infrastructure; housekeeping and custodial services for the University’s 4.5 million square feet of buildings; and recycling/resource recovery operations. Many administrative functions support these activities, including offices responsible for financial management, health and safety, and permitting.
We strive to serve our customers’ needs in an efficient, friendly manner. The Office of Facilities Management and each of its divisions works continuously to streamline its processes.
Current Position Vacancies
Custodian (Facilities Maintenance Worker CL1)
Electrical Specialist CL2
Facilities Maintenance Manager
Inventory Control Technician CL1
Mechanical Specialist CL1 – Plumber Apprentice
Mechanical Specialist CL2 – Plumber
Resource Recovery Manager (Facilities Maintenance Manager)
Structural Specialist CL1 – Painter Apprentice
Watch Engineer (Mechanical Specialist CL2 – Mechanical)
Click the following link to search the positions and to apply: Employment at UMaine