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Operations Lead

Spokane Public Facilities District

This is a Full-time position in Spokane, WA posted November 21, 2021.

Operations Lead


Performs a variety of supervisory oversight and work related to event set-up, tear-down, conversion, and maintenance duties in each District Facility.

Duties and assigned hours are varied and based on the needs of events.

Some independent judgment in making decisions is required.

Regularly supervises full-time, part-time and contract service laborers.

Most work is subject to checks and controls or verified by others.

Employee has contact with immediate associates and the general public.

Duties are heavy in nature requiring considerable physical activity, are performed under occasional hazardous conditions and require normal attention to prevent errors.

Will be required to work odd and unusual hours as assigned by supervisor.

Assigned shifts will vary and include days, evenings, graveyards, and holidays.


Employee works under general supervision referring questionable cases to the Manager or Director of Facilities & Operations.

Will be assigned as lead worker over part-time or full-time employees as well as contract service providers.

Reports to the Director of Facilities & Operations or designee.


Supervises and assists in repair, maintenance, and cleanliness of facility structures and equipment.

Includes exterior maintenance and responsibility for landscaping and snow removal.

Responsible for event conversions and the timely set-up and strike of all equipment necessary to successfully complete changeovers that facilitate the maximum utilization of the facility.

Supervises a crew of manual workers performing unskilled to semi-skilled tasks.

Plans and organizes tasks.

Participates, when necessary, and trains subordinates in the use and operation of equipment incidental to the job.

Responsible for coordinating staff schedules and managing shift adjustments.

Works as a liaison between the Event Management department and Operations.

Responsible for distributing event work orders, event resumes, concert riders, CAD diagrams, and any other documentation that will be utilized in the event set up process.

Will be required to have a general knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.

Will be required (after training) to work in AutoCad & Autosketch applications to create event diagrams.

Operates special equipment associated with the conversions of the various facilities.

Operates a variety of tools, equipment, and machinery such as forklifts, trucks, electric carts, and small hand tools.

Evaluates, maintains and recommends various tool and equipment purchases.

May perform skilled work in a variety of building trades.

Promotes both internal and external guest services, including fellow employees, contract service providers, event planners and event attendees.

Performs related work as assigned.


Knowledge of common tools and equipment normally used in the carpentry, painting, custodial and warehousing trades.

Knowledge of facilities and equipment including basketball floors, ice hockey system, track wall operation, various seating systems, table, chair and staging set-ups, etc.

Knowledge of the methods, tools, equipment and materials normally used in maintenance and changeover activities.

Ability to perform semi-skilled tasks independently or to supervise a small group of unskilled workers.

Ability to work effectively with fellow workers and the public.

Ability to perform heavy manual labor for extended periods and to operate tools and equipment used in stadium and auditorium-type facilities work.


High school diploma or its equivalent.

Applicant must possess a valid driver’s license and must maintain a good driving record.

An equivalent combination to two years’ experience in the building trades industry performing building maintenance, custodial, and grounds maintenance work; or two years apprentice training in the carpentry, metal, or electrical trades, is preferred.

– $61,021

STATUS: Administrative
– Non-Exempt

Rev 10/2021

HIRING PRACTICES: The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature
and level of work performed by employees within this classification.

It is not designed to contain or be
interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of
employees assigned to this

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