SUPERVISOR, CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE, Facilities-Maintenance and Utilities-Repair and Maintenance, to provide leadership and direction to assigned team members and contractors in repairing and maintaining all campus buildings' mechanical equipment and systems. Will also be responsible for providing information and guidance to tradespeople, supervisors, architects, and engineers who want to understand mechanical system operation. Will work under the supervision of the manager of Repair and Maintenance or his designee. Repair and Maintenance is responsible for 160 buildings within the campus portfolio consisting of approximately 13m GSF.
REQUIRED: a high school diploma (associate's or B.S. degree preferred) or its equivalent; a minimum of five years' related experience; expertise in one or more skilled trades, facilities management, or engineering discipline; strong background in a repair and maintenance setting with oversight over mechanical, electrical, and plumbing fields; direct experience in HVAC, refrigeration troubleshooting, and repair; demonstrated proficiency in job planning and execution; ability to manage work order backlogs and make sound judgments when prioritizing daily work; excellent interpersonal and written and oral communications skills. Experience with computers systems; ability to traverse in and around mechanical rooms and on roof tops; and demonstrated ability to manage a large portfolio of academic, office, lab, and housing buildings. Experience in an academic setting preferred. Job #15367-P
Must be available to respond to off-hour campus emergencies and to work any shift deemed appropriate due to operational needs.
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