FACILITES MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Final Filing Date: 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 8, 2013
THE POSITION: Under the general direction of the Facilities Maintenance Manager, supervises preventative, corrective and emergency maintenance activities including the repair and installation of equipment and materials used in the production, treatment and distribution of water; utilizes a computerized maintenance and inventory enterprise asset management (EAM) system for scheduling and tracking work order costs and parts inventory associated with planned (preventative) and unplanned (corrective and emergency) maintenance and repair activities; provides input on the maintenance aspects of various planned facility construction or modification projects; and performs other related work as required.
SALARY: The salary range for Facilities Maintenance Supervisor is $114,352 - $139,000 annually.
REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a high school diploma, or its equivalent, supplemented by trade or
technical school training in the mechanical, instrumentation or electrical trades, and four years of fulltime,journey-level experience in mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation and control (I&C), repair and
Knowledge of: Facility maintenance principles and practices; general engineering principles applicable to facilities maintenance work; PLC and SCADA software and hardware; electrical and mechanical maintenance methods and techniques; applicable OSHA and environmental laws and regulations affecting workplace safety; the handling and disposal of hazardous materials; and modern supervisory principles and practices. Skill in: Using a personal computer. Ability to: effectively utilize EAM computer software for managing work orders and parts inventory; organize, prioritize, assign and review work projects; use word processing, spreadsheet, and data base programs; read and interpret construction drawings, technical manuals, and electrical and mechanical drawings; plan, assign and supervise the work of subordinate staff; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; maintain detailed and accurate records; prepare clear and concise written reports; prepare, monitor and track budgets and expenditures; establish and maintain good working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work.
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements: On a periodic basis, sit at a desk for periods of time in front of a computer screen; intermittently twist to reach equipment or supplies surrounding desk; perform simple grasping and fine manipulation; use telephone, 2-way radio, and computer keyboard on a daily basis. Work with and around hazardous chemicals; around electrical or mechanical equipment and be outdoors in a variety of climatic conditions. Physically capable of crawling into confined spaces, responding to chemical spills, or climbing ladders/stairs to reach high places wearing respiratory protection equipment, including SCBA’s.
Other Requirements: Possession of a valid Class C California driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record. A Grade T-2 Water Treatment Plant Operator's Certificate and/or D-2 Water Distribution Operators certificate are desirable.
1. Application materials may be obtained at: ACWD 43885 So. Grimmer Blvd, Fremont, CA; OR by calling the District Human Resources Job Hotline at (510) 668-4225, OR they can be obtained from the District website at: www.acwd.org.
2. A completed Alameda County Water District Job Application and Supplemental Questionnaire must be returned no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, February, 8, 2013.
3. All application materials will be evaluated, and candidates who present the best job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in a qualifications appraisal, which may include a written exercise as well as an interview by an appraisal panel.
4. Candidates passing the qualifications appraisal process will be ranked on an employment list for further consideration. Top-ranking candidates will be invited to a personal interview with the hiring Supervisor.
5. Employment offers are normally made following the conduct of reference checks and are always contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment physical exam and a security background check. Employment is made contingent upon verification of identity and legal right to work in the U.S.A. pursuant to federal law, and the signing of a loyalty oath, pursuant to state law.
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