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QUALIFICATIONS:  Associates degree in a related field and a minimum of 6 years of related experience or high school diploma and a minimum of 10 years of related experience.  Applicant should have knowledge and experience in all fields of facility maintenance including electrical, mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, fire and life safety systems, door and window systems and hardware, painting and flooring.  Ability to understand and follow oral and written instruction.  Must be able to read and work from prints and specifications and have knowledge of typical building construction and maintenance and associated electrical and other tools, materials, and equipment.  Must have the ability to lift 50lbs and be able to climb ladders and frequently walk, push, pull, kneel, crawl, stand, reach, and lift.  Must be able to work safely around and with high voltage and high-pressure equipment. Must be able to work safely at height above 30 feet. Ability to communicate effectively, (written and verbally) with peers, management, contractors, vendors and the Converse Community.  Valid driver's license required.

 

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the supervision, direction, and execution of all general maintenance and repair of all campus buildings and components (non-HVAC).  Supervises, guides, manages, and directs subordinate staff and/or contractors performing general maintenance and repair duties.  Reports to the Director of Facilities and assists in the development of renovation and construction projects, facilities capital plans and deferred maintenance plans.

 

Under limited supervision employee will perform general maintenance, repair, small project management, supervision and guidance of technicians and related duties of considerable difficulty requiring a high degree of skill and technical knowledge in multiple trades areas.  Position requires performance of complex duties involving all aspects of building maintenance, plumbing, electronic/electrical systems, roof and building envelope systems, drainage systems, repairs, trouble-shooting, door and window hardware & installation and preventive maintenance measures.


Develop plans for, schedule and perform preventative maintenance on all plumbing, electrical, roofing, and building envelope systems.

  • Develops preventive maintenance and repair program for multiple building components, equipment and non-HVAC systems.
  • Perform and/or assign and manage routine and preventive maintenance tasks including but not limited to inspection and repair of roofing, windows, doors, drains, irrigation, pools, fountains, plumbing and electrical systems.
  • Assists the Director of Facilities in establishing on-call procedures and respond to calls as part of an on-call rotation.
  • Determines needs, prepares justification for and requisitions maintenance supplies/equipment.
  • Orientates new employees; administers on-the-job training to assigned personnel and evaluates their performance.
  • Confers with supervisor and other stakeholders and makes recommendations to overall maintenance policies and operations procedures.
  • Meet regularly with contractors to coordinate and oversee maintenance, repair, and service contracts; recommends new contracts and services to the Director of Facilities and assists in preparing justification and planning.
  • Plans, prepares, and monitors assigned budget areas. 
  • Exercises supervisory responsibility for a small crew.
  • Keep accurate records of time and material used, perform daily paperwork, utilize computerized maintenance management system.
  • Occasionally perform other duties as necessary to support Grounds, HVAC, Custodial, or other Campus Operations and logistics.
  • Perform other duties as required by supervisor. 

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Strongly prefer license as a general contractor, electrical or mechanical contractor.  Campus facilities experience in a higher education environment. Project management experience.  Working knowledge and experience with building codes and ADA requirements.  Experience with high voltage and 3-phase power systems.  Certified Pool Operator is a plus.  Ability to communicate efficiently with faculty, staff, administration and leadership.

 

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:  Employee required to work in a variety of environments and conditions, indoors and outside. Must be willing to work outside of normal work hours in an emergency situation.  Position is considered essential personnel and may be required to work during adverse weather conditions and other emergency situations.  Occasionally required to perform work in support of other trades and Facilities divisions as necessary to support the objectives of the College.

 

We believe that a diverse faculty and staff are essential to achieving academic excellence; thus, we strongly encourage applications from candidates from all racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.  Position will remain posted until top candidate is selected.

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