INTEGRATED INSTITUTE OF FACILITY MANAGEMENT

IIFM Chennai - MEP, Mechanical
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  • Execution
  • Administration
  • Supervision
  • Strategies, operations and implementations
  • Planning, allocation and budgeting

What is the career progression for a Facilities manager?

How much does a facility manager make?

  " Becoming an entrepreneur is not a Big challenge for candidates who get experienced in this field."

 "Free Recruitment for Every candidate to go Gulf Countries with Good salary a Couple of years of Experience"

  1. IIFM proudly takes the complete responsibility in giving proper guidelines to each and every candidate to reach the Facility Manager level, that too in a short span of time.
  2. We happily offer them free guidelines for gulf countries after a couple of years of experience
  3. IIFM promise to be in touch with them, till they reach the Facility Manager level.
  4. Becoming an entrepreneur is not a challenge for candidates who get experienced in this field.

WHY IIFM COURSE ?

What is a facilities manager?

 "Every candidate to reach the Junior Level to Facility Manager level, that too in a short span of time. "

A facilities manager is a professional who is responsible for the overall functionality, maintenance and security of a building. They typically manage all large Industries . They may be responsible for a Industry, IT companies, Airports, Metro stations,  Shopping Complex / Malls, Hospitals, Apartments and Warehouse. Due to their expansive roles and responsibilities, the facilities manager may share duties with a business services manager, support services manager. Every sectors need a facility management team to survey, that’s why the Opportunities is Very High.

A facilities manager is often a leader within an organization, and this is often a senior role. They may begin in an entry-level role, within the building, such as a Junior Engineer or a Technician role. Facilities management is a role that can involve services in multiple disciplines and work environments. This can provide facilities managers with an array of progression opportunities or related careers, including:

  • The average salary of a facilities manager is ₹53,000 to ₹1, 50,000 per month.
  • Your salary can depend on your training and education. The type of facility you work for can also affect your income. The more you advance in the field, the more experience you will earn and your prospects of drawing a lucrative salary also increases.
  • For example, a director of facilities can earn around ₹11, 81,594 per year. Also, your typical work hours may affect your total compensation. A full-time facilities manager may work for 48 hours a week, but this can vary.

In the facilities management industry, you may choose a discipline or focus to help you advance your career. For example, you may specialize in administration tasks. Alternatively, you can focus on a certain type of facility, such as a school or a hospital. You may gain experience and advance your career within that environment.