MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 2
|Req #: ||143365 |
|Department: ||FACILITIES SERVICES: MAINTENANCE & CONSTRUCTION |
|Appointing Department Web Address: ||https://facilities.uw.edu/ |
|Job Location: || Seattle Campus |
|Job Location Detail: ||Central Maintenance Zone |
|Posting Date: ||03/14/2017 |
|Closing Info: || Closes On 03/27/2017 |
|Salary: ||$5812 to $7816/month |
|Union Position: ||Yes |
| || This classification is governed by a negotiated labor contract and is subject to union shop provisions. For more information about union shop provisions, visit Union Information |
|Shift: ||M - F; 6:55am - 3:25pm |
| The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation's premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoy outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty. |
Facilities Services (FS) is a world-class organization providing exceptional services anywhere, anytime in support of the University of Washington's mission of teaching, research, and discovery. FS engages employees through LEAN practices and continuous improvement. FS includes eight departments that operate, maintain and support the University: Administration & Strategic Initiatives (AVP), Building Services Department (BSD), Campus Engineering & Operations (CE&O), Facilities Employee Services (FES), Facilities Maintenance & Construction (FMC), Finance and Business Services (FABS), Transportations Services (TS), and UW Emergency Management (EM).
Maintenance & Construction has an outstanding opportunity for a Maintenance Supervisor 2 to supervise and manage assigned maintenance program crews including leads, journey-level and semi-skilled trades in the performance of maintenance and construction to ensure that preventive maintenance, corrective repairs, tenant improvement and small remodels are performed at a level and standard that meets required specifications, budgetary constraints, and UW policies.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Maintenance Program Execution:
Direct, coordinate, and review the schedule of maintenance crews, and/or multiple trades in the installation, repair and alteration of campus buildings, grounds, equipment, utilities and other facilities. Read plans and blueprints. Determine scope of work, materials needed, their availability and estimated costs, and ensure compliance with applicable standards and codes.
Conduct regular project site visits. Monitor work to ensure that all work requests meet quality and productivity expectations, established safety standards, and that crews follow FMC customer communication expectations and internal work order system protocol. Ensure work orders are on schedule, within budget and that all work order financial documentation is accurate and up-to-date. Routinely provide work status, cost, and schedule information and follow up as necessary with customers.
Monitor and utilize productivity reports to ensure efficient use of resources. Provide feedback to the Maintenance Zone Manager. Write reports as required.
Execute preventive maintenance programs on assigned facilities, building systems, and equipment and provide feedback to improve the management of major assets and equipment.
Procure, distribute and account for equipment, tools and supplies necessary for an efficient and effective Maintenance Zone operation.
Operate service vehicles to review work sites, transport equipment and personnel.
Personnel: Responsible for the overall supervision, development, and management of assigned staff personnel.
Monitor, inspect and assess employee performance providing feedback necessary to meet performance standards. Address and resolve employee performance and behavioral issues. Conduct and/or participate in fact findings. Implement and participate in employee corrective action as required. Conduct annual performance reviews of assigned personnel.
Review and approve timecards. Review and approve leave requests according to policies and procedures.
Oversee and participate in the recruitment process. Conduct reference checks and make hiring recommendations to the hiring manager and department Director.
Ensure personnel attend required training as scheduled. Proactively coordinate with training personnel when requesting new training classes. Monitor attendance records to ensure area personnel are up-to-date.
Organizational Leadership and Engagement:
Positively support all management directives and actively promote the purpose and foundational values of FMC.
Ensure adherence to Facilities Maintenance & Construction (FMC) protocols and all UW and Facilities Services policies and procedures including the Facilities Services Leadership Standards, Individual Accountability Protocols (IAP), and Management Accountability Protocols (MAP).
Participate in and follow through with FMC process improvement initiatives including Balanced Scorecard (BSC), incorporating Lean principles into internal work processes, and promoting employee engagement in continuous improvements and innovation.
Continuously promote and enforce a safe work environment.
Communicate with Maintenance Zone personnel, other Facilities Services shops as well as external business partners such as Design Services, Capital Planning & Development and UW Information Technology, to facilitate work.
Promote excellent customer service through effective, courteous and professional interactions with clients, colleagues and the campus community.
Represent FMC at meetings promoting the professionalism of the organization.
Know and ensure that assigned personnel comply with occupational health and safety regulations that apply to work actions and conduct on the job, including Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) instructions, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as required. Apprise the Zone Manager of all safety issues.
Maintain professional knowledge of and follow current code/ordinances, training requirements, and certification/licensing requirements. Ensure employees are adhering to same.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Demonstrate personal integrity and trustworthiness
Manage stressful situations and changing priorities effectively
Anticipate, recognize and resolve problems
Be responsible and accountable
Use organizational skills and provide attention to details
Maintain a positive, optimistic and success-oriented attitude
Exercise professionalism, which includes being tactful and courteous
Exhibit a professional work ethic
Continuously promote a safe work environment
| Three years' full-time experience as a journey trades worker or General Maintenance Mechanic 2, or equivalent including one year, full-time experience in a lead or supervisory capacity. |
Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license.
Additional requirements include:
Demonstrated proficiency with standard productivity software including Microsoft Office Suite or equivalent products OR willingness to learn and use computers.
Excellent interpersonal and oral/written communication skills and a proven ability to work successfully with people at all levels throughout the organization and with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. Able to maintain professional behavior and composure in a fast paced, dynamic, customer service-driven environment.
Excellent problem-solving skills. Able to anticipate and recognize problems, and develop and implement creative, cost-effective solutions. Able to function within a complex regulatory environment. Demonstrated ability to effectively interpret and apply standards, regulations, policies, and procedures.
Excellent organizational skills. Able to work independently and successfully prioritize and coordinate multiple programs and assigned tasks. Demonstrated flexibility to meet changing and unpredictable requirements.
Must possess strong personal integrity, trustworthiness, and professional work ethic. Proven ability to lead by example in both performance and behavior and to hold employees accountable to established expectations.
Demonstrated positive, optimistic, success-oriented attitude and ability to positively support the organization, applicable policies, and management decisions. Proven ability to take direction, meet expectations, and work cohesively as a member of a team.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
| Degree or certificate in facilities management or related field. |
Demonstrated success in supervising multiple skilled trade leads and journey personnel involved in the maintenance, alteration or operation of technically complex facilities, building systems, and/or equipment.
Experience implementing process improvement initiatives.
Experience/proficiency with a computerized maintenance management system.
Knowledge and practical experience with WISHA (Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act) and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act) regulations.
Demonstrated success in supervising skilled trade leads and journey personnel, such as machinery mechanics, carpenters, painters, masons, maintenance mechanics, sheet metal mechanics, plumbers, and electricians involved in the maintenance, alteration, or operation of buildings, facilities, door security systems and hardware, and equipment.
Experience in the maintenance, repair and/or alterations for technically complex and sophisticated buildings in an institutional or commercial setting. Experience should include operation in a multi-trade system, personnel supervision, fiscal management, computer applications for maintenance management, database management, and technical report writing.
|CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT:|
| Possession of a valid Washington State Driver's License or a license recognized as valid by the State of Washington. |
Regular and predictable attendance is required.
May be required to accept variable work shift.
Work may require access to confined spaces and heights using approved safety precautions.
Must be able to work in a smoke-free environment.
Ability to lift and move heavy material may be required.
Approved footwear must be provided at the employee's expense and worn on the job.
Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check.
As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For a complete description of our benefits for this position, please visit our website, click here.
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