26 days old
2017-11-212017-12-21

Facilities Maintenance Manager

Hampton, Virginia 23666
  • Job Type
    Employee
  • Job Status
    Full Time

Facilities Maintenance Manager

This class is directly responsible for all aspects of the operation, maintenance, repair, renovation and safety of approximately 25 CSB facilities and over 90 vehicles. The value of all CSB facilities and vehicles, owned and leased, is estimated to exceed thirty million dollars. The incumbent is the agency's primary point-of-contact for all facility contract services, terminate, plumbing, electrical and similar services. The incumbent supervises numerous skilled and unskilled maintenance workers, including a large contingent of environmental service (janitorial) staff. The incumbent assists in the planning, budgeting and execution of all maintenance, repair and renovation projects for all CSB facilities. The incumbent assists in the planning, supervising and monitoring all capital improvement projects, specifically including the responsibility for ensuring the project is completed on-time and within-budget. The incumbent is on-call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

DISTINGUISHING ELEMENTS OF THE CLASS:

I. IMPACT: The personal safety and comfort of the CSB staff and daily visitors is directly dependent upon the efficient, professional work of this class. The incumbent has responsibility for an annual operating budget over one million dollars. Improper execution of duties would have a catastrophic impact on the agency's financial condition, would cripple the agency's ability to deliver services, and have very serious, even fatal, consequences on the disabled population served by the agency.

II. LATITUDE: Daily work responsibilities are performed independently. Significant independent, important decision making authority is exercised daily. Long range planning is coordinated with Director.

III. RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WORK OF OTHERS: Oversees skilled and unskilled maintenance and environmental service staff. Works with numerous contractor personnel.

IV. INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS: Daily contact with agency staff, visitors, janitorial is required.

V. DIFFICULTY: In the execution of daily work, incumbent is routinely faced with complex, multi-faceted decisions that affect all occupants of all CSB facilities and have a direct and dramatic impact on the safety, operational efficiency, maintainability and cost effectiveness of the facilities and the facility equipments. This in turn has a direct impact on the ability of clinical and administrative staff to execute their duties. The incumbent must regularly and routinely travel to all CSB locations and rely on all forms of communication in order to ensure complex, multi-faceted projects are on schedule. Incumbent supervises several agency workers and many contractors in the maintenance of machinery, equipment, buildings and associated grounds. Much of the machinery and equipment is very complex, requiring specialized training. Work requires accuracy, attention to detail and compliance to strict time frames. Work frequently involves much physical labor involving heavy and dangerous equipments.

VI. COMMUNICATIONS: Excellent written and oral communication is required, as incumbent routinely communicates with agency staff, tenants and vendors. More importantly, incumbent must be able to logically, coherently and comprehensively present complex repair and renovation projects to senior agency staff.

VII. EQUIPMENT/FACILITIES RESPONSIBILITY: Incumbent has primary responsibility for all aspects of the operation, maintenance and safety of all CSB buildings and residences.

VIII. WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is frequently performed in a hazardous environment, in and around complex electrical, plumbing, and environmental equipment that presents life-threatening danger, even under proper safety features. Incumbent is on call 24 hours per day to respond to building and equipment related failures.

IX. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES (KSA'S):

Knowledge of construction and renovation project planning.

Knowledge of fundamentals of the physics involved in mechanical, electrical, plumbing and electronic equipment.

Knowledge of modern HVAC equipment, generators pumps and controls.

Knowledge of the principles involved in vehicle maintenance.

Knowledge of agency purpose and activities.

Knowledge of computer Microsoft Office suite, e-mail, budget and project planning software.

Excellent knowledge of computer controlled building equipment.

Excellent skill in inventory management of repair parts.

Outstanding ability to manage a very large, complex annual budgets.

Good mathematics skills.

Ability to maintain equipment maintenance records.

Knowledge of city codes to include Fire Inspection

Excellent ability to work effectively with agency employees and vendors.

XI. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CLASS (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY):

Assists in the preparation of plans, budgets and other documents which guide the short and long term operation of ALL agency facilities.

Supervise ALL aspects of maintenance, repair, renovation and construction projects for the agency.

Supervise many maintenance personnel, both agency staff and contractors, who maintain and inspect all agency buildings, equipment and vehicles.

Maintain HVAC, plumbing, electrical and mechanical equipment in all agency buildings.

Maintain and repair electrical switchboard and switching gear and pneumatic control equipment in all agency buildings.

Manage annual operating budgets for ALL facility maintenance, operating, repair and renovation projects.

Ensure inspections are made of all agency buildings.

Ensure facility maintenance contractor personnel are supervised and coordinated into the agency maintenance plan.

Be on-call after hours for emergency repair and maintenance.

Maintain appropriate building and vehicle maintenance records.

XII. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, hear, handle or feel objects and controls. Physical capability to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment, such as, but not limited to a, personal computer, calculator, copier, and fax machine. Some walking, moving, carrying, climbing, bending, kneeling, crawling, reaching, and handling, sitting, standing, pushing, and pulling. Ability to lift more than 75 lbs.

Requirements

High School diploma. Two (2) years experience in managing the operation of a complex facilities department in a large company, project planning and budgeting. Five (5) years experience in building and equipment maintenance, including commercial HVAC and electrical switch gear.

Categories

  • Government/Civil Service
  • Healthcare/Medical
  • Maintenance

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