The Facilities Maintenance Manager is responsible to the Assistant Vice President of Facilities for all local maintenance activities to include; direct supervision and scheduling of the maintenance technicians; develop, monitor, and control (including approval of each expenditure) all maintenance department budgets; the creation of all BCCC and DGS maintenance project requests including Project Justification and Scope of Work; provide oversight and coordination for all DGS Capital and Critical maintenance projects; coordinate all maintenance activities and contracts with management, at all levels, as necessary; meet regularly with the Assistant Vice President of Facilities to provide updates and gather feedback on the maintenance department performance; implement, monitor, prioritize, and track all Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) activities using School Dude; organize and track requisitions and contracts; develops processes and procedures for maintenance tasks using a general fundamental knowledge of all facilities trades; work to increase renewables and improve energy savings whenever and wherever possible; participate in the interviewing and hiring of maintenance staff, and develop training programs for the maintenance staff. Also, the Maintenance Manager must be the originator of all maintenance service contracts, emergency service contracts and small procurement contracts with approval from the Assistant Vice President of Facilities.
***PLEASE UPLOAD 7 PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES AS AN ADDITIONAL DOCUMENT***
High School diploma or GED
Must be willing to take and conduct continuing education and professional development related to Facilities Maintenance to include trade shows, safety certifications, webinars, and hands-on training
Candidate must demonstrate 5 years of experience in supervising a team of maintenance technicians using a CMMS database to prioritize work orders.
Candidate must have eight years of experience in facility maintenance including operation of heavy equipment and performing general or specialized preventative and corrective maintenance.
Candidate must possess the basic principles and methods of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, energy, hazardous materials, and other trades as applied to maintenance of large facilities and campuses including centralized infrastructure systems.
Candidate must maintain a valid motor vehicle operator's license.
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