What's it like to be a Facilities Coordinator?
Facilities Coordinators are responsible for the daily maintenance of a premises, including safety and security measures. They often work at schools, shopping centres, hotels and stadiums. Facilities Coordinators typically work under a Facilities Manager to maintain office equipment, fixtures, fittings and furniture, and may also be responsible for the maintenance of telecommunications systems. Facilities Coordinators often test building security systems and prepare for emergencies by creating action plans.
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How to become a Facilities Coordinator
- Consider completing a relevant VET qualification, such as a Diploma of Facilities Management (10938NAT).
- Develop skills and experience for the role. Consider starting off in an entry-level role in customer service, administration, real estate or retail.
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