The Facilities Coordinator II is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the progress on routine, preventative, and planned facility maintenance for the Libraries seven building locations. Communicates to Library employees of any disruptions, statuses, and climate issues due to maintenance issues and construction projects. Responds to buildings in alarm status to determine cause and follows-up with maintenance needs.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelorâ™s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Two years of related experience in facilities, building maintenance, or facilities construction scheduling and inventory.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of spreadsheet and word processing applications.
Good planning and organizational skills.
Excellent customer service skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others.
Other Requirements or Other Factors:
Requires the ability to stand and walk throughout the buildings, including narrow aisles and small study rooms, climb and descend emergency stairwells and occasionally climb and balance on a step stool.
Must be able to go on building roof and into closed basement spaces.
Must be able to travel in the building and on campus (including RELLIS Campus).
Salary Range: $36,512.00 to $46,924.80
Preferred Education and Experience:
More than two years of related experience in facilities, building maintenance, or facilities construction scheduling and inventory.
Experience using a job ticketing/tracking system.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Ability to promptly respond to on-site emergency calls.
Coordinates and monitors progress on routine, preventative, and reported maintenance needs across the University Libraries seven building locations. Promotes safe building access practices for faculty, staff, and student workers, providing reminders as necessary and reporting incidents or accidents, when required, if safety rules are compromised. Follows-up in person on reported problems in public spaces and puts up appropriate signage/barricades for public safety. Supports the Facilities Manager with space preparation, construction projects, and follow-up work. Watches for repetitive problems and/or patterns in complaints or responses and follows up appropriately to escalate response. Addresses building safety and security matters and critical operation environmental needs. Assists staff and faculty with facility requests.
Communicates (via email, phone, and in-person) to library employees on disruptions, statuses, and climate issues due to maintenance issues and construction projects. Upholds the highest standards of customer service and respect. Solicits feedback for continuous improvements. May serve as the delegate for the Facilities Manager in meetings.
Supervises staff in the absence of the Facilities Manager, including leave and timesheet approvals. Attends and actively participates in staff meetings. Communicates with supervisor in advance on planned absences or schedule adjustments. Assists other facilities staff in preparation and teardown associated with major events or moves.
Coordinates scheduling of fire drills, back-up generator testing, and other safety related events. Responds to buildings in alarm status to determine cause and follows-up with maintenance needs. Acts as back-up for building contact in the event of emergency and/or disruption to library use due to weather or other emergency circumstances. May require occasionally coming on campus nights or weekends.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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Internal Number: R-013804
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