|TRADES MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR|
|SEIU Supervisor Non-Exempt|
|Performs responsible skilled and first line supervisory field work involving the construction, maintenance, and repair of City facilities and equipment. Work performed requires considerable trade knowledge in the area of assignment. Work is performed under the supervision of the Assistant Bureau Chief and performance is reviewed through conferences, inspections of work and performance of systems.|
|Supervises and participates in the work of several skilled plumbers, carpenters, painters, electricians or air-conditioning mechanics that perform a variety of skilled and specialized tasks.
Reviews work orders, blueprints, and/or schematic drawings of projects, lays out and explains work assignments to staff. Assigns tasks, participates in work, and inspects work upon completion to ensure standards are maintained.
Provides on-the-job training for employees regarding proper work methods, equipment operations, and safety practices; enforces safety rules and regulations.
Requisitions materials and supplies in accordance with established guidelines. May transport employees to and from job sites.
Troubleshoots and diagnoses problems with electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems; determines appropriate corrective measures, and prepares estimates of costs involved.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
|Knowledge of the methods and practices involved in installing, repairing and maintaining a variety of electrical, plumbing and mechanical installations and equipment.
Knowledge of carpentry and painting methods.
Knowledge of advance mechanical principles as they apply to heating, cooling, ventilating systems.
Knowledge of advance principles of electricity stages of construction when possible violations and defects may most easily be observed and corrected.
Knowledge of Orlando Building Code including the Electrical, Structural, Plumbing and Mechanical codes and applicable rules and regulations.
Knowledge of mathematical principles as required by a general high school curriculum.
Knowledge of master level electrical, plumbing, or mechanical skills.
Ability to read blueprints, schematic drawingsand technical specifications.
Ability to use standard testing devices to detect possible defects in plumbing and mechanical systems.
Ability to prepare cost estimates.
Ability to objectively interpret code requirements and related requirements.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and general public.
Ability to effectively communicate the requirements of the codes both orally and in writing.
Ability to prepare written reports and maintain accurate records.
Ability to move about safely on construction work sites, being exposed to heights, confined areas, fumes from chemicals, etc.
Ability to lift heavy objects, climb, bend, and stoop.
Ability to operate bucket truck, 3/4 ton van, high lifts, paint sprayer and related equipment.
|High school graduate or equivalent. Training in the electrical, plumbing, painting, carpentry, heating and air-conditioning trades. Four (4) or more years experience in the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical, plumbing and heating and air-conditioning system, some of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Must possess Journey Level Competency card in area of assignment. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.