|SEIU Supervisor Non-Exempt|
|Performs responsible technical and administrative work supervising maintenance projects of City facilities. Primary duties include developing and implementing maintenance and programs for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, electrical, plumbing and structural care and repair; requisitioning equipment, tools, materials and supplies; and overseeing the work performed by outside contractors. Work is performed under general supervision of the Division Manager. Performance is reviewed through conferences, condition of facilities and reports submitted.|
|Develop, implement, plan programs for maintenance and preventive maintenance programs for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing, and electrical systems as well as structural care for facilities and grounds.
Design and/or construct changes to facilities as needed to improve and prolong the life of City facilities.
Represent manager at various meetings regarding planning and development of facilities; monitor construction, and major repairs and keep management informed of progress problems and related matters.
Consult with architects, engineers, contractors, and managers to provide advice regarding the design, construction, and/or renovation of facilities.
Participate in the development and administration of budget for maintenance projects.
Participate in the coordinantion and scheduling of work requiring outside contractors or additional maintenance personnel.
Perform routine inspections of facilities and equipment to ensure compliance with OSHA, County and related regulations.
Prepare and submit reports regarding maintenance projects.
Perform other duties as needed to facilitate the accomplishment of goals and objectives.
|Knowledge of the methods and practices involved in installation, preventive maintenance and repairing a variety of electrical, plumbing HVAC systems and various equipment.
Knowledge of advanced mechanical principles as they apply to heating; cooling, ventilating systems, and advanced principles of electricity. Monitors stages of construction when possible violations and defects may most easily be observed and corrected.
Knowledge of City Building Code including Electrical, Plumbing and Mechanical codes and applicable rules and regulations.
Ability to read building plans and specifications.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to plan, supervise, and review work of subordinates.
Ability to effectively communicate the requirements of the various codes, both orally and in writing.
Ability to prepare written reports and maintain accurate records.
Ability to perform inspections of facilities and systems.
|Two (2) years college or trade school with courses in Facility Management plus a minimum of four (4) years experience in building construction and maintenance operations for a public facility; two (2) of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed.|