Job Requisition Number: 25237. Residential and Student Service Programs (RSSP) is part of the Division of Student Affairs under the direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor of RSSP. RSSP provides student housing, residential life programs, self-operated dining services for undergraduate and graduate students and their families, and child care services for students, faculty, and staff; it also conducts a year-round conference business, operates eleven campus restaurants, and manages twenty-six faculty apartments. The Central Maintenance, Design, and Minor Capital Projects units provide a comprehensive group of services to all units within RSSP. These services include performing or managing all building trades and related maintenance services, performing interior design services, space planning, renovation project planning and management services, major maintenance, minor capital planning and project management for RSSP.
Involves the management, long-range planning, organization, coordination, oversight and/or performance of multiple operational activities and maintenance services for over 50 buildings housing approximately 7,000 academic year residents in addition to summer conference residents, including facilities planning, general maintenance, move project planning and coordination, development of procedures, policies and communications related to infrastructure and safety.
Functions as the manager for all building maintenance for RSSP single student housing facilities including the Lighting Crew, Project Crew, and basic level Cal Dining maintenance services and is the hiring manager/supervisor for this general maintenance staff group. Additionally functions as Project Manager for major maintenance and repair projects in these facilities. Represents Central Maintenance at management team meetings and provides regular written and oral maintenance status updates to building user groups.
•Plans, schedules, supervises, coordinates the daily operational building maintenance activities for single student housing involving multiple high rises, several multi-story buildings, and Clark Kerr •••Campus, accommodating over 7,000 residents. Additionally directs staff performing Dining, Child Care, RSSP Offices maintenance at the Senior Building Maintenance Worker level and supervises the Project Crew. •Ensures that all building and other maintenance issues are handled promptly; all repairs demonstrate a high level of workmanship, that established work order system processes are followed and all work is performed in accordance with industry standards. Ensures that emergency repairs are handled appropriately. •Sets work schedules and project priorities. Reviews open work order reports, monitors work order aging, ensures timely completion of work orders, performs timely follow-up on outstanding work orders, monitors work order trends, uses work order completion data as a performance management tool. •Oversees, coordinates maintenance service contracts. •Establishes regular facilities inspections working in coordination with Unit Managers; conducts routine inspections of maintenance shops and equipment. •Coordinates various projects for single student housing including developing scope, getting proposals and bids, scheduling work and monitoring project budgets. •Maintains multi-facility-wide preventative maintenance programs for building systems, and equipment and tracks performance in compliance with preventive maintenance plan. •Manages staff selection, staff training, section safety compliance including equipment certifications, shop inspections, chemical inventories, tools, vehicle use, and related items •Reviews and approves staff expenditures in accordance with campus requirements, tracks and monitors expenses against budgets, adheres to campus purchasing and contracts standards •Assists with section staff planning including future projections on staffing requirements and classifications based on anticipated changes in business models •Assists with RSSP space management processes for occupancy of space within assigned facilities.•Bachelors degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training •Training or equivalent work experience required to achieve excellent working knowledge of buildings, building systems, construction and building maintenance practices, procedures, materials, methods, cost estimating •Working knowledge of construction techniques, methodologies, building maintenance practices, policies and procedures relating to facilities maintenance, equipment maintenance, customer service, work order dispatch procedures, safety and emergency preparedness. •Good interpersonal skills, including active listening, critical thinking, ability to multi-task effectively, persuasion/negotiation, mentoring, leadership/supervision, problem solving, operations analysis and quality control analysis. •Working knowledge in supervising facilities maintenance and improvements work including journey level skills in one or more of the following: plumbing and pipefitting, carpentry, painting, plastering, service of machinery, electrical maintenance. •Blueprint reading skills.
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