The HVAC Supervisor oversees theactivities of a skilled work force including in-house and contract labor in theinstallation, maintenance and repair of all building mechanical systems thatmake up the Physical Plant. This position procures equipment, tools, suppliesneeded; makes recommendations to Plant Engineering management concerningbudget, equipment performance, and failure analyses based on sound technicalskill and empirical data. This position also assumes responsibility forpersonnel actions including employment, performance evaluations, training,discipline, promotions, demotions, and transfers.
Plans, schedules, and reviews the activities of the HVAC department.
Supervises contract work force in the effort to maintain the campus mechanical systems and equipment.
Sorts and determines the responsibilities of the work orders received through Archibus on a daily basis.
Coordinates with the Superintendent and employees all activities within HVAC Mechanical Services.
Procures the components necessary to provide functional systems involving ordering materials for projects and work orders.
Makes recommendations to Plant Engineering Management concerning budget, equipment performance, and failure analysis based on sound technical skill and empirical data.
Assumes responsibility for personnel actions including employment, performance evaluations, training, discipline, promotions, demotions, and transfers.
Inspects the campus facilities and advises Plant Engineering administration regarding specific needs of the Physical Plant.
Processes Archibus tickets, ensuring work orders are closed out.
Verifies time sheets. Keeps electronic files.
Coordinates with the Business office concerning contracts and services.
Performs Other related duties as required
Internal Number: 147185
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