Facilities Engineering Manager

Manufacturing Irvine, California


Manage all aspects of the organization's physical infrastructure needs, including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); structural and civil engineering requirements; maintenance of facility's building automation system (BAS); lighting; roofing; fire protection; and other specific structural needs.


  • Collaborate with other organization engineers and management to establish and implement design specs and standards for the facility.
  • Leads in analyzing the facility infrastructure for deficiencies and inefficiencies, as well as designing methods for evaluating the facility's condition.
  • Responsible for designing and implementing preventative plans and procedures focusing on minimizing the occurrence of adverse effects that could affect the operation of the facility.
  • Make recommendations to senior management with an eye to prioritizing and improving the overall working function of every aspect of the physical plant.
  • Work with architects, engineers, and designers to ensure that design criteria meet established codes that are required by governmental regulation.
  • Involved with the planning phase of new facilities; they consult with engineers, architects, and designers to discuss specific infrastructure needs, such as office space and other work areas specific to the organization's business requirements.
  • Responsible for preparing and presenting reports to organization senior management, focusing on the construction process, material costs, evaluations, and code compliance.
  • Interface with accounting to ensure facility related expenses are allocated appropriately.
  • Serve a mentoring and training role for other organization staff to ensure code compliance.

  1. Bachelor’s degree or related equivalent experience.
  2. 5-10 years related medical device experience.
Good communication skills.
  • Expert knowledge of engineering, keen analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication.
  • Strong knowledge of building infrastructure, regulations, and codes.
  • Proficient in engineering and architectural applications such as AutoCAD.
  • Understanding of medical device manufacturing facility requirements.
  • Computer skills including MS; Word, Excel, and Project.