The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation, Arts and Cultural Heritage Division in Prince George's County is seeking an Indoor Maintenance Leader. This position is located at The Show Place Arena/Prince George's Equestrian Center and will oversee preventative and routine building maintenance along with daily custodial requirements for the complex. Utilizing various work crews, the Leader will plan, direct, train and lead workers to accomplish routine maintenance of mechanical and electrical systems for various buildings with the complex and daily cleaning for the Arena.
Will have a general work knowledge of basics for various trades, to include painting, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC. Will be skilled in operating hand tools and power tools, as well as operating forklift, scissors lift, floor scrubbers, and trucks.
Will meet with building inspectors for fire alarms, security alarms, elevator and accessible lifts schedule repairs and maintenance and maintain inspection records. Will conduct regular tests and operations of facility back up generator. Will plan and carry out changing of HVAC filters and change belts. Will change Arena lights on projected schedule. Will check fire exits and AED machines according to required routines.
As required, will work with rental clients to ensure event electrical requirements are installed safely. May work with clients on event setups.
Should have knowledge of facility cleaning procedures and cleaning supplies and equipment. Will schedule weekly cleanup, special cleaning projects and event housekeeping and restocking of restrooms for Arena and Equestrian events.
Maintains storage areas and ensures equipment, supplies are put away properly. Maintain MSDS sheets for all supplies. Ensures the proper use of safety equipment for self and staff.
Maintains supplies to include cleaning supplies, paper goods, light bulbs for property, filters, paint, ceiling tiles, electric cords, etc. Reorders as necessary.
Works with supervisors to recruit, hire, train, evaluate staff. Recommends disciplinary actions. Is responsible for reviewing work performed by work crews to ensure correct procedures and methods are used and projects completed on time.
Position will interact with the public and be responsible for providing customer service. Should be able to communicate effectively to patrons and staff.
Will be required to research products; make recommendations for equipment and supplies, contact vendors. request purchases.
Must be able to complete reports and retain records. May be required to work occasional weekends or evening with advanced notice. Commercial driver's license is desireable.
1. High school graduate or GED, and five years of progressively responsible experience in grounds maintenance, building maintenance, and park maintenance; or
2. An equivalent combination of education and experience.
3. Pass Commission medical examination.
4. Valid driver's license.
5. Additionally, contingent upon area of assignment, some positions in this class may require: a. Commercial Driver's License with appropriate endorsements upon appointment, or the ability to acquire one within six months. b. Maryland Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator's certification in the categories appropriate to the work assignment. c. Certification by the National Playground Safety Institute.
Internal Number: 12294
About The Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Created in 1927, The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission embodies the vision of forward-looking community leaders who saw the need to plan for orderly development and protection of the natural resources in the two suburban counties bordering the District of Columbia. During the Commission's proud 80 plus years of existence, the population of the area it serves has increased to more than 1.6 million residents who inhabit a bi-county area of great economic, racial, ethnic and geographic diversity.The Commission's facilities, programs and responsibilities have constantly evolved and expanded to keep pace with the needs of this vibrant community. From assuming responsibility for the entire public recreation program in Prince George's County in the '70s, to building and strengthening ongoing regional business partnerships, the Commission has continued to plan, fund and deliver quality, innovative programs, facilities and services for over three-quarters of a century. M-NCPPC benefits the citizens of Montgomery and Prince George's Counties by Turning Visions Into Reality.