Facilities Management

About the job

Facilities managers oversee buildings, grounds, equipment, and supplies. Their responsibilities cover several categories, including operations, maintenance, and planning and managing projects.

What do facilities managers do?

Facilities managers may oversee
renovation projects to improve
efficiency or to meet regulations and environmental, health, and security standards.

becoming a facilities manager

Administrative services and facilities managers usually need a bachelor’s degree in business or a related field. However, some people enter the occupation with a high school diploma. Administrative services and facilities managers must have related work experience that reflects managerial and leadership abilities.

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Work Environment

Administrative services and facilities
managers spend much of their day in an office. They may observe workers throughout the building, go outdoors to supervise grounds keeping activities, or visit other facilities they direct.

How much do I get paid?

The salary range is $86k-$117k but varies depending on training and experience.