Facility Coordinator Jobs in District of Columbia


3 District of Columbia Facility Coordinator jobs found on Monster.

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• Oversees the processing, reporting, and resolution of all warranty claims• Ability to concurrently manage multiple warranty claims on a wide variety of company equipment • Familiar with all company products; their assembly, testing, shipment, use in the field and markets of use• Responsible for the closure of corrective actions as they relate to warranty claims• Responsible for ensuring warranty...
The Bernice Fonteneau Senior Wellness Center (BFSWC), managed by Mary’s Center is seeking a high energy, self motivated, hands-on Activity Coordinator to plan, coordinate and facilitate activities for seniors 60+ years of age. The BFSWC mission is to promote an optimal state of health of the mind, body and spirit for increased longevity and aging in place. Applicants should possess solid experienc...
We are seeking a part-time Facilities Coordinator to be responsible for the coordination of the general maintenance and day-to-day physical operations of the Bernice Fonteneau Senior Wellness Center, managed by Mary’s Center. The Facilities Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the maintenance of office equipment, physical space and telecommunications systems by serving as liaison with the v...

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Facility Coordinator


$31,200.00 - $94,640.00
Typical Salary for Facility Coordinator in District of Columbia
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Some College Coursework Completed
High School
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