Facilities Safety Coordinator

Century Group Lands Corporation - Delta, BC (30+ days ago)

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Century Group is a BC-based, family-owned, mixed-use real estate development and construction company in business for 60 years. In addition to development, Century Group owns and manages a diverse portfolio of operating businesses, which includes apartment rentals, retail and commercial leasing, hospitality and seniors living.

Be part of Century Group where our people are engaged in our core values of community, collaboration and creativity.

Facilities Safety Coordinator

Century Group Lands Corporation is now seeking a Facilities Safety Coordinator to join our Facilities Team in Tsawwassen.

POSITION SUMMARY

Reporting to the Facilities Manager the key role of the Facilities Safety Coordinator is to provide the highest level of safety to guests, occupants and employees of Century Group properties. This position will be responsible for performing a wide variety of safety, fire prevention and risk compliance activities related to the physical properties and owners assets within Century Group. Focus will range from property inspections, life safety / fire alarm drills, emergency plan reviews and training, fire drill coordination, site level training, scheduling all fire system contract work and overseeing deficiencies. Partnerships with Century Group Corporate entities will play a prominent role in the further success of this position.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

Coordinator Responsibilities:
Ensure federal, provincial and municipal code compliance for all Century Group properties with particular attention to safety and fire prevention.

Responsible for overseeing annual fire and sprinkler inspections for all Century Group properties and resolve any noted deficiencies

Create and execute operating budgets for fire safety and compliance accounts

Collaboration with Century Group entities to ensure individual properties are completing mandatory inspections, drills and audits

Chair Corporate JOHS Committee and participate in site specific JOHS committees

Creates and leads the preventative safety programs for all Century Group properties

Functional Responsibilities:
Corporate JOHS Committee Member

Oversees all fire & life safety contracts, inspections and repairs at Century Group sites

Ensure annual fire alarm drills are performed and recorded at site level for compliance requirements to ensure life safety standards are maintained

Create, review and maintain specific site plan requirements (Emergency plans, disaster plans and fire evacuation plans)

Ensure recognized regulatory deficiencies are addressed in a timely manner to mitigate risk, preserve life, property and other tangible assets

Preforms follow-up activities to ensure action items identified in relevant reports are properly corrected or addressed in a timely manner and once implemented are effective

Conduct regular inspections on all Century Group properties identifying potential safety issues or areas on non compliance

Ensure monthly compliance for emergency generator, fire pumps, emergency light packs, eyewash stations, fire extinguisher checks are being performed for each property where applicable

Monthly panic button testing per property (as applicable)

Assist with Century Groups fleet maintenance program as required

Ensure regulatory permits are posted as required (elevating devices, pressure vessels, boiler plant permits, electrical permits etc.)

Other duties as assigned

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

3 years or more experience in the safety or fire prevention industry or equivalent combination of related education and experience

Post-secondary diploma in relevant field of study considered an asset but not required

Property management experience required

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Technical skill requirements

Federal, provincial and municipal fire and life safety code knowledge

Knowledge of the concepts, theories, and practices of occupational health and safety management, with emphasis on safe working conditions, environmental protection (including hazardous waste and asbestos management), fire management, and all other related aspects

Knowledge of industry-related techniques, technology and trends

Knowledge and understanding of applicable federal, provincial and municipal legislation and regulations related to occupational health and safety

Understands provincial building and fire code

Expert communication and interpersonal skills, including ability to interact with internal and external stakeholders and authorities in the context of a critical incident or traumatic event, as well as investigations

Clear understanding of a budget process

Excellent computer skills (Google suite - g/doc, g/sheets)

Interpersonal skill requirements

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to delegate and empower effectively

Strong organizational, prioritization and time-management skills

Strong leadership skills

Analytical skills and ability to apply sound judgment in problem solving, evaluating courses of action, and making decisions on complex health and safety matters

WE OFFER

Competitive pay, Extended Health & Dental, Group Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, AD&D, Pension Plan, RRSP, Training & Career Development

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