|SEIU Supervisor Exempt|
|Performs responsible professional, technical and supervisory work involving the operations and maintenance of all the engineering aspects of the Arena and utility service support systems. Supervises and performs all repairs and troubleshooting to the building HVAC system, plumbing, electrical and refrigeration system. Must have a thorough working understanding of the energy management system and the ice making equipment. Also serves as show electrician. Work is performed under general supervision of the Arena Operations Superintendent and performance is reviewed through consultation, meetings, and results obtained.|
|Responsible for all the engineering aspects of the physical plant including maintenance of closed atmospheric control systems, electrical installations, operation of the energy management system, plumbing and motorized seating system.
Plans, supervises, directs and exercises general supervision over employees and contractors engaged in a wide variety of facility engineering maintenance and operation tasks.
Supervises the facilities engineering work involving the operation, maintenance and repair of the engineering and utility services support systems.
Develops and implements energy conservation programs and programs for routine maintenance and repair of all systems.
Supervises the overall coordination of utility installation required of users of the Arena.
Participation in preparation of facilities engineering annual operating budget.
Checks and analyzes water treatment programs and make necessary adjustments to the computerized atmospheric control system.
Performs preventive maintenance and operational checks of all units.
Works irregular hours as dictated by event preparation and facility utilization.
Coordinates with users in building as to their requirements in atmospheric conditions in the various areas in power distribution including Magic, Mar vista and the maintenance subcontractors.
Performs related duties as required.
|Thorough knowledge of closed atmospheric control systems.
Thorough knowledge of electrical installation for stage lighting, public address systems and similar systems for the Arena.
Knowledge of an energy management system, plumbing and motorized seating system.
Knowledge of occupational hazards and appropriate safety precautions.
Skill in the operation of equipment and power tools required to perform duties, such as high reach, forklift.
Ability to plan, supervise and direct the activities through subordinates.
Ability to develop and implement energy conservation programs.
Ability to supervise utility installations required for clients.
Ability to establish effective working relationships with users of the facility.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to work around high electrical voltage.
Ability to inspect, repair and test various electrical, mechanical, and refrigeration systems which involves climbing, bending, stooping, working in awkward positions, under noisy conditions, using dangerous chemicals, lifting of heavy equipment, and working at extreme heights.
Ability to work irregular hours as required for event preparation and facility utilization.
|Bachelor's Degree with strong background in mechanical engineering; plus four (4) or more years experience in physical plant maintenance, to include three (3) years at a supervisory level and or an equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience. Vast experience in pneumatics, electrical high and low control voltages, air conditioning and refrigeration, and extensive experience in building maintenance.
May be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed. Must possess a mechanical journeyman's license, stationary engineers license preferred.
Revised: 1/14/92 - BR
7/23/93 - AL
5/28/02 - VCJ - Changed from Associates to Bachelors and from 2 to 4 years exp.