The nationally accredited Prince William County Department of Public Works, Buildings & Grounds Division, is seeking a Building Maintenance Supervisor to join our unique fast-track operation. Dedication to customers, our mission and staff is crucial to our function.
ENTRY SALARY RANGE: $47,039.46 to $62,668.06
Experience with a computerized maintenance management system; General building maintenance; Excellent communication skills.
General Definition of Work, Typical tasks, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:
Performs responsible engineering maintenance and administrative work involving technical work of building maintenance. Includes skilled work in directing the activities of workers engaged in operating, maintaining and repairing utility, plumbing, mechanical, electrical systems and physical structures of a designated group of buildings, facilities and equipment as required. Work involves supervising and coordinating the building operating activities of all staff and contractors involved in the maintenance, care and protection of the facilities.
Work is performed under general supervision of the Buildings and Grounds Division Chief. Exercises supervision over skilled, semi-skilled, and unskilled personnel.
Supervises, coordinates and manages the maintenance and operations of multiple buildings in specific areas (HUBs) of the County;
Plans, reviews, inspects, assigns, schedules, coordinates, and supervises the on-site activities of workers engaged in some, majority, or all of the following:
Trains, instructs, disciplines, and supervises assigned personnel; participates in other personnel functions;
- Maintenance and repair of building utility systems, such as electrical wiring and controls, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning (HVAC), and steam generating systems;
- Maintenance and repair of plumbing systems;
- Installation, service, repair of mechanical equipment;
- Operation and maintenance of facilities and equipment in buildings;
- Installation, repair, service of insulating materials in walls, floors, ceilings, roofs of buildings;
- Painting and making structural repairs to masonry, woodwork, and furnishings of buildings and similar structures; and
- Other activities as required to keep the buildings and grounds in clean, orderly, and safe condition;
- Coordinates facility functions involving tenants and outside users and responds to and resolves customer concerns.
Inspects facilities, buildings, equipment, utility systems to ascertain the need and extent of service, equipment required, type and number of operation and maintenance personnel, necessity or feasibility of contracted work;
Monitors, verifies contracted work for conformance to specifications, blueprints, work orders; obtains bids for additional contracted work as required; assembles and analyzes contract bids, submits bids and recommendations to supervisors for action;
Monitors, repairs, renovates and maintains structural, electrical, mechanical and plumbing in County buildings;
Requisitions purchase, approve tools, equipment, and supplies; monitors inventory and stock requirements;
Provides technical assistance or personally performs skilled work as required; demonstrates safe and proper techniques and methods;
Provides preventative maintenance on an ongoing basis to avoid breakdown of equipment;
Compiles, monitors, reviews, verifies, prepares a variety of reports and records to include operating costs, manpower and budgetary requirements;
Attends agency, County, State, national seminars, meetings, conferences to improve or maintain professional competence and disseminate changes, innovations, improvements in trades and technology to subordinates;
Assists or substitutes for designated personnel as required, e.g., Maintenance Mechanic II, in order to accomplish work and maintain continuity of operations and activities;
Coordinates and administers the automated security access operations of the facilities.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Thorough knowledge of the principles, practices, techniques and methods of accomplishing work in the operation, maintenance, and repair of utility, plumbing mechanical, electrical systems and physical structures of buildings, facilities, and equipment; thorough knowledge of the principles and techniques of supervision; thorough knowledge of management principles and techniques to effectively assign and evaluate the work of others; thorough knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions of work; ability to direct and supervise the work of unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled personnel; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with County employees and the general public; ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Education and Experience:
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school or trade school and 3-5 years experience in operating, maintaining, and repairing utility, plumbing, mechanical, electrical systems and physical structures of buildings, facilities, and equipment and 2-3 years of management experience to include 1-2 years experience supervising maintenance mechanics, skilled and unskilled personnel.
CFC Certification and training of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) preferred.