Full Time 40 hours Grade 053 UF&S RC Operations Schedule 7AM-3:30PM; POSS WKENDS/HOL Responsibilities General Purpose: Inspects and manages all activities of agents for the operation of University Facilities and administers small projects occurring in these facilities or may be assigned to a specific geographical area. Develops and maintains communications with all clients/users. Assures facility performance meets needs and expectations of tenants and users. Develops budgets, sets priorities and schedules. Specific Responsibilities: Under general direction and with latitude to exercise independent judgment within policy guidelines: Supervises trades persons permanently assigned to area. Hires or makes recommendations for hiring, appraises performance, counsels, makes recommendations on promotions and other personnel matters; disciplines or makes recommendations for disciplinary action. Evaluates performance of assigned mechanics. Continually surveys and inspects all area facilities for potential maintenance problems or deficiencies. Maintains records of deficiencies and implement corrective measures within budgetary limits where possible. Inspects regularly, all assigned facility structures and equipment for the purpose of determining current conditions. Documents conditions found to be sub-standard, establishes cost and priority for correction. Assists in the development and implementation of capital renewal and replacement programs. Develops short and long term work assignments, monitors, assists and guides work performance within the area. Responsible for task assignment, coordination and guidance of all Facilities personnel working in the area. Enlists assistance of central efforts when required. Identifies and procures services of agents to specify and contract for work and provide project quality control and inspection for capital renewal and replacement projects in developing and administering all small projects occurring in the assigned facilities. Manages operating revenues and expenses for budget compliance and implements cost reduction measures as necessary. Develops and manages annual operating budget for the facilities. This includes authorization and/or follow-up of all material requisitions for the area. Inspects or otherwise verifies that all service requests and work performed within the area meets University standards. Determines and implements, with supervisor's authorization, the best methods for cost reduction and operational improvements. Assists Facilities Planning division for those users interested in space planning, improvements and modifications. Insures that consultants and contractors make necessary corrections so completed projects are approved, specified and maintain cost control. Insures that contractor operations do not disrupt other building operations. Insures that construction schedules meet schedule of client and total construction budget is consistent with client's budget. Develops and maintains rapport with all Facility users. Establishes regular meetings and implements procedures to address concerns and problems. Provides resolution or appropriate feedback to concerned parties. Meets regularly with users regarding policy or procedural changes being implemented by the University. Develops and maintains rapport with other University Facilities Divisions. Assures Facilities efforts in accordance with the area users involvement and approval consistent with University and Department Policies, Procedures and Goals. Manages Environmental Health & Safety inspection program and follow-ups as necessary. Supervises vehicle maintenance program for assigned vehicles. Supports maintenance of asbestos records. Administers furniture purchase and replacement programs. Maintains inventory of department furniture and equipment. Assists in development of policies and procedures governing all Division activities. Requirements AAS degree in a trade related discipline and 2-4 years experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
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