Facilities PLUS is a great place to work because we hire only the best people, offer a comprehensive benefit package, and work with a code that embraces our vision:

  • We work as a team, internally and with our clients and vendors
  • We respect all individuals: clients, employees and vendors
  • We consistently give clients more than they expect
  • We strive to be the standard by which others are measured
  • We maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity
  • We strive continually for improved approaches and processes
  • We enjoy our work

Our Employee Benefits Plan includes comprehensive medical and dental coverage, life insurance, short and long term disability coverage, a 401k, and paid time off.

We are always looking for talented building engineers, telecom analysts, facilities managers and others.

If you are applying to a particular opportunity listed below, please indicate the job code in your e-mail subject. We also welcome your resume even if you are not applying for one of the listed opportunities. We review all resumes submitted and will keep it in our resume database in the event a position opens that matches your talents.

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DC 3rd Class Engineer

Facilities PLUS is a full-service facilities and telecommunications management company serving many clients in the United States. We currently seek a full-time Local 99 3rd Class Operating Engineer for a client based in Washington, DC. The person selected will be located in Washington DC and will perform the functions and duties of a 3rd class operating engineer outlined below. All interested candidates must either be a member of Local 99 or willing to join Local 99 of the IUOE.

Required Licensure:

  • Must hold a current Washington DC 3rd Class Operating Engineers license.

Duties Include:

  • To be responsible to his/her immediate supervisor only, for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance during his/her watch of all equipment in his/her plant as defined below.
    • All boilers, their accessories, and appurtenances.
    • All fired or unfired pressure vessels and vacuum systems.
    • All refrigeration and air conditioning machinery and their associated equipment including maintenance and repair of cold storage spaces.
    • All plumbing and piping including water, gas, heating, steam, and sanitation systems.
    • All electrical appliances and fixtures including lamping.
    • All emergency power equipment.
    • All electric motors, generators, circuits and switch gear.
    • All machinery and equipment used in the production and for the health and comfort of the Employer’s business and personnel.
    • Any and all equipment under the supervision of the Chief Engineer.
    • Energy management systems including all related software and hardware in conjunction with or absence of third-party energy management contracts.

The current shift available is Sunday 07:00 – 15:00 and Monday through Thursday 10:00 – 18:00.

Mail Room Clerk

Job Title: Mail Room Clerk Location: Plano, TX

Mailroom Clerk Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Sort and Scan incoming mail to relevant departments (i.e., HR, AR, AP ) (training provided).
  • Deliver mail
  • Proactively work to reduce
    • Stop mail that is being delivered
    • Identify opportunities for electronic
  • Package, sort, and send outgoing
  • Track all shipments and
  • Take inventory of mailing supplies
  • Report any address

Mailroom Clerk Requirements and Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED certificate
  • Mailroom experience (preferred)
  • Computer/MS office
  • Organizational skills
  • Data entry skills
  • Physical stamina
  • Communication skills
  • The position will require some
    • Approximately 75 miles per
    • Candidate must have access to a personal
    • The position will be reimbursed at the federal rate for all job required
  • Must be a US citizen or provide proof of work

Opportunity Summary:

  • Type of contact: Part Time
  • Expected hours per week:
  • Starting Date:
  • Location: In Person
  • Hours: Flexible in planning but fixed once (3-4 days per week.)
Administrative Coordinator

Job Title: Administrative Coordinator

Facilities Plus is currently seeking a full-time administrative coordinator to support our client in Washington DC.


The Administrative Services Division (ACP) provides various administrative services at Headquarters and the Country Offices, including real estate management, corporate travel management, records management, corporate security, and other institutional support services. The Division is organized into four groups: the Administration of Corporate Real Estate Group (ACR), Portfolio Monitoring and Analytics Group (PMA), Records Management Group (REC), and Travel, Security and General Services Group (TSG).

We are looking for an enthusiastic, organized, and proactive individual with solid time management, communications, and multi-tasking skills to perform a wide array of administrative and logistical tasks, provide support in several projects and initiatives, and serve as a focal point for communications and other activities within ACP and its four groups, our department, client departments, and external vendors.

Main Activities

  • Support ACP Division Chief and Group Heads with internal team coordination, information sharing, communication, meetings, and agenda.
  • Assist in preparing, coordinating, and communicating meetings and events, including bank-wide events related to Corporate Sustainability and the Quarterly Administrative Coordinators meetings.
  • Perform various budget-related tasks, including creating shopping carts, processing payment requests and allocations, managing purchasing card transactions, and supporting documentation review; ensure data accuracy in all budget transactions.
  • Support the ACP Service Desk function, serving as a backup to respond to clients’ requests channeled through ServiceNow or via phone. Support in the analysis of customer surveys and activity data.
  • Work with other Bank divisions and departments to resolve issues regarding operations, logistics, contracts, travel, procedures, publications, payments, events planning, etc.
  • Support editing documents and reports, including preparing presentations and charts and revising and proofreading written materials and the ACP website.
  • Assist the Real Estate Team in maintaining the real estate databases and spreadsheets on building maintenance and utility usage.
  • Support, as needed, the review of ACP Regulations in coordination with the Department’s front office.
  • Assist in preparing travel arrangements and mission reports.






  • Associate degree in business administration or related field with 2-5 years relevant experience in office administration, budget management, and/or human resources management.
  • Strong written and verbal English skills required. Spanish is a plus.
  • Solid knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
  • Knowledge of client systems, including ezShare (SharePoint), ServiceNow, and SAP, is highly valuable.
  • Outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Must be a self-starter with the ability to work in a self-directed manner, a keen understanding of when to seek assistance or escalate matters for resolution, and the ability to proactively and creatively solve problems while providing courteous and professional customer service.

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