at Ivy tech
Posted on Jul. 26, 2016
GENERAL PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF POSITION
This position assist in maintaining the physical operation of the region in a safe, secure, attractive and clean condition. It is also responsible with overseeing the facilities staff and vendors that keep the campus in good functional condition.
Assist with new construction, major renovation projects and long term regional facility needs,
Directs the day-to-day activities and workload of the facilities department.
Oversees the department budget and expenditures.
Provides supervision for the maintenance of all buildings, grounds and equipment. This includes providing preventative as well as emergency maintenance and repairs for any electrical equipment, plumbing systems, sprinkler system, alarm systems, HVAC systems, carpentry, building access & keying issues and general building security systems.
Coordinates all grounds services such as mowing, fertilizing, pruning of any type, plantings, general outside cleanup and snow removal.
Advises the Executive Director of Facilities of the need for contract maintenance when a project is beyond the capabilities of the department workforce. Once the Executive Director of Facilities approves the request this position contacts the vendor for action.
Provides supervision, input and direction to the Maintenance Technicians and Custodians to establish work schedules and assignments.
Provides technical assistance as needed to the Maintenance Technicians and follows up on completed work to determine the workforce effectiveness and efficiency.
Responsible for the quantity and quality of all work performed by vendors.
Assist in the implementation of personnel policies including resolving personnel issues.
Develops and conducts yearly employee evaluations, helps set employee goals and expectations.
Maintains employee records, approves time sheets, requests for overtime, vacation and monitors employee absenteeism. Schedules vacation, weekend and holiday coverage.
Responsible for ordering supplies and materials and creating purchase orders for the Facilities department.
Enforces use of all applicable safety regulations, investigates and reports all accidents/injuries among maintenance staff or to the campus property.
Attends meetings and training programs as deemed appropriate and/or beneficial to the department.
Responsible for the maintenance of the key inventory, key cutting, key issuance and maintenance of lock codes for the campus.
Performs other duties as required or assigned.
Scheduled work hours and days may vary.
Conducts all activities with an appreciation and respect for diversity of people, styles and views. Promotes same as an integral part of one's work.
The above listed duties and responsibilities may include lifting and physical exertion guidelines for single person lifting.
Bachelor degree, preferably in a related field, with three years related work experience or industry related certifications with five years related work experience is required.
Two years supervisory experience is required.
Must be able and willing to travel.