Participants who work in a role at a company in the facilities industry. Participants in this industry will likely be skilled in resource planning, problem-solving, repairs, and construction.
The facilities industry comprises various fields related to ensuring functionality, comfort, safety and efficiency of the built environment by integrating people, place, process and technology. Any real or personal property used for manufacturing, warehousing, transportation of goods for manufacturing or sale, offices, research and development, and other facilities of trades or services that perform operations ancillary to industrial activity is referred to as an industrial facility.
These common audiences are made up of participants who hold job titles and roles in the facilities industry. Each of these professionals can be targeted individually, or roles can be combined to create larger audiences.
- Building and grounds supervisor – oversees landscaping activities, sidewalk and parking lot maintenance, and trash and snow removal. They maintain and monitor the operation of all utility systems such as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, and sometimes are also in charge of housekeeping staff.
- Strategic Facilities planner – in charge of executing a structured planning approach that assists organizations in aligning their short and long-term facility plans with their business strategies. Although it might focus on a specific aspect of the plan, the SFP process often involves the complete real estate (network or facility) portfolio. Planners may do research, project management as well as portfolio creation and other various duties.
- Facilities director – in charge of overseeing facility operations, managing budgets, directing routine maintenance, responding to emergencies, managing risk, managing contractors, overseeing security, and conducting site inspections.
- Facilities management executive – capital/equipment budgeting and planning, space allocation and layout, and maintenance planning and contracting are all areas of responsibility for a top facilities management executive. Communications, security, and/or environmental efforts may also fall within their purview.
- Facilities maintenance specialist – typically monitors or assists with preventative maintenance programs, including conducting periodic inspections and evaluating what changes or improvements are needed. Determines the procedures, materials, and equipment needed for maintenance and repair activities and ensures their availability.
- Compliance officer – ensures that facilities maintenance training programs, standards, and best practices, as well as regulatory and legislative obligations, are followed. Facilities compliance officers are responsible for quality assurance measures and support that are necessary to monitor, examine, and analyze the operations and maintenance services’ performance. They maintain a positive working relationship with contractors and should demonstrate a commitment to safety and professionalism while performing necessary activities.
- Space planning and logistics leader – responsible for developing, establishing, and controlling methods, procedures, and systems to improve overall facility and space utilization management effectiveness, including but not limited to test fits, space plans, schedules, budgets, and scope documents.
- Facilities system specialist – responsible for the upkeep of a commercial or residential structure. They are in charge of overseeing building operations, recognizing problems, offering solutions, troubleshooting building systems, and doing basic repairs.
The demographic breakdown of our facilities industry professionals, including age, gender, salary, and education. All audiences are US based and can be targeted towards additional locations upon request.
Findings and data collected from our audience of participants in the facilities industry roles.