|MAINT & SUPPORT PROGRAM MGR|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|Performs responsible work supervising the daily operations of Maintenance and Support Services Program. Primary responsibilities include inventory control, storage, issuance, maintenance and repair of construction materials, pump stations and equipment. Work is performed under the general supervision and performance is reviewed through conferences, evaluation of reports submitted, and results obtained. Supervises a 24/7 (24 hours/7 days a week) barricade maintenance/placement and rapid response service.|
|Coordinates and supervises the construction, maintenance, repair and welding of barricades and metal fixtures, pollution control devices, catch basins, boat trailers, generators, pumps, and related equipment.
Supervises ordering items and coordinates procurement, to include emergency purchase orders; obtains quotes from vendors, selects vendor and places orders in accordance with established Purchasing procedures, reviews requisitions and purchase orders to ensure completeness and accuracy.
Oversees loading/unloading of issues/deliveries for conformance with specifications/purchase orders and assigns storage locations and temporary dump sites; maintains stock pile of non? inventory construction materials (i.e. fill dirt, sand, top soil, telephone poles, etc.) and recommends disposal of salvage materials as needed.
Oversees Citywide 24/7 maintenance/placement program to provide safety and security of construction job sites, storm damage areas, etc.; prepares annual work schedules, provides guidance as needed, occasionally accompanying employees on routes, and reviews daily watch reports.
Inspects facilities for cleanliness and orderliness; coordinates with contractor or assigns appropriate staff to take corrective action when needed.
Plans and supervises staff engaged in maintenance, sweeping, and landscaping of all off-street garages and lots.
Prepares specifications for contractor for maintenance of facilities to include parking equipment, elevators, emergency generators, fire monitors, etc.
Responds to and resolves complaints regarding parking meters, parking tickets, maintenance/operations of facilities and other parking related problems.
Oversees operations of stationary storm pumping stations, alum injection pump stations and stationary recharge pumping stations; directs monthly maintenance inspections, and painting of pumps/motors and frames as needed; procures parts and performs repairs as needed.
Coordinates and supervises planning installation, inspection, maintenance, security and revenue collection for parking meters for both on and off-street facilities.
Interviews applicants and recommends selections; administers discipline up to termination in accordance with union contract and policies and procedures.
Maintains daily time, attendance, and production records for payroll and operational reports.
Prepares initial draft of Section's budget identifying operational objectives, projected capital outlay requirements, staffing, etc. and submits to Bureau Chief for review; monitors budgeted program expenditures.
Prepares and submits specifications for equipment using knowledge of Bureau needs, equipment capabilities, discussions with vendors and manufacturers and review of brochures; evaluates and recommends bids to Bureau Chief.
Attends meetings as required and advises managers on equipment/materials needed to perform jobs, cost estimates, etc.
May operate heavy equipment, such as front end loader and 10 yd. dump truck.
Performs other related duties as required.
|Knowledge of City, State, and municipal ordinances pertaining to parking.
Thorough knowledge of methods and procedures of installation, maintenance security and revenue collection for parking meters.
Thorough knowledge of procedures governing warehouse operations, inventory control and purchasing procedures.
Knowledge of various materials, chemicals, and supplies utilized in construction warehouse, and in the maintenance of various parking facilities.
Knowledge of effective supervisory practices and techniques.
Knowledge of welding techniques and practices.
Knowledge of metering injection pumping stations and operation.
Skill in the maintenance and repair construction equipment such as well point pumps, concrete saws, pumps, tamps, etc.
Ability to develop and maintain inventory control system for warehouse.
Ability to develop and administer annual operating budget, and prepare related reports.
Ability to plan, organize, supervise, and inspect the work of several semiskilled and skilled workers.
Ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing.
Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with employees and the general public.
Associate's degree in mechanics, carpentry, welding or related field and four (4) or more years responsible experience in inventory control, store keeping, purchasing, or related field, one (1) of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Knowledge of welding, carpentry, and mechanics required; diesel experience desired.
Associate's degree in Business Management or related field and four (4) or more years progressively responsible experience in parking and/or traffic operations, one (1) of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
A valid Florida Driver's License is required. Class B CDL desired for position in Streets.