|Date Posted||August 12, 2017|
V A C A N C Y A N N
O U N C E M E N T
and Property Management
This position shares in supervising and managing
the daily maintenance, repairs, and upgrades for all Winnebago County buildings
and grounds, encompassing facilities totaling approximately 900,000 square feet.
Responsibilities overseen include building equipment and structure, turf and
trees, and custodial services. Oversees the documentation of all maintenance
and record keeping of State and Federal mandated equipment tests.
1. Ensures that the building maintenance, equipment
maintenance, and grounds maintenance needs of all County facilities are met. Regularly
inspects all buildings. Sharing on-call responsibilities, responds to and
manages maintenance emergencies.
long and short range maintenance and repair plans, including equipment replacement schedules. Evaluates
preventive maintenance needs to develop a preventive
distributes, and delegates work to subordinates fairly and impartially. Provides clear and appropriate direction to
employees. Provides training and
coaching to subordinates. Ensures that staff has the resources and
flexibility to perform, improve, and
learn in their jobs. Keeps open
communication with subordinates, listens to them, and provides feedback. Positively motivates, mentors, and leads
employees. Provides appropriate and timely performance
evaluations for all subordinates.
1. Supervises department safety program.
Trains staff in safety-related matters.
2. Develops specifications, interacts with
contractors, and participates in the bidding process to procure contracted
services. Provides assistance during new
construction and remodeling projects.
3. Evaluates department workload and makes
recommendations for contracted services.
4. Supervises and administers compliance
with NFPA Codes, NEC Codes, and building codes.
5. Supervises the County tree management
6. Maintains maintenance related records
including but not limited to: inspection results, work order records,
attendance records, and budget expenditure records.
7. Develops and maintains a repair parts
inventory and tool inventory necessary to perform routine and emergency
8. Supervises and administers life safety
program and records at Park View Health Center. Assists Park View staff with
the annual CMS State inspection and facilitates correction of any facility
related discrepancies or citations.
9. Develops and implements staff training
10. Evaluates and disciplines subordinates.
other related duties as may be assigned.
1. Reports to Buildings and Grounds
2. Together with other Maintenance Supervisors,
jointly supervises Custodians, Facilities Assistants, Facilities Specialists,
Maintenance Technicians, and seasonal workers.
3. Works regularly with other Maintenance
Supervisors and various other county department personnel at all levels up to
and including department heads and elected officials. Works with and supervises activities of
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, AND CERTIFICATION:
1. High school graduation or its
equivalent is required, including and supplemented by vocational training in
one or more trades. Training in
industrial maintenance is preferred.
2. A minimum of five years’ work
experience performing commercial building or industrial maintenance, including
substantial experience in building mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems and doors
prior supervisory experience is preferred but not required.
4. Current valid Wisconsin driver’s license.
1. Considerable knowledge of electrical,
plumbing, heating, air handling electronic building automation controls, air
conditioning and environmental controls.
2. Considerable knowledge of NFPA 101 Life
Safety, NFPA 72 Fire Alarm Systems, NFPA 70 E Electrical Safety in the
Workplace, NFPA 25 Fire Sprinklers Systems, NFPA 99 Health Care Facility Code.
3. General knowledge of cleaning and
4. Strong written and verbal communication
skills including listening skills.
5. Computer skills including facility with
Microsoft Office applications and ability to learn and use building automation,
Computerized Maintenance Management Software, and CAD software.
Ability to lift items of 75 lbs. or more
several times per shift.
Ability to function in situations
encountered in a normal office setting.
Ability to use standard office equipment
including telephone, computer, printer, photocopier, and scanner.
Ability to travel to other County
departments and locations.
Ability to perform work from a standing
or walking position throughout the shift and to climb, bend, stoop, crawl and
reach as needed in the performance of the assigned duties.
Ability to work in confined spaces.