The Facility Supervisor is responsible for custodial management and operational maintenance at the Chaska Community Center (CCC). This position plays a key role in providing a great customer experience by ensuring a clean and well-maintained facility. This position will serve the CCC and Parks and Recreation department but will also as the liaison to the City Facilities Maintenance Department housed out of Public Works. Core work hours will be Monday - Friday, 6:00am - 2:30pm and ability to flex based on the needs of the facility.
Supervises, hires, schedules, evaluates and trains full-time Custodial staff and part-time Facility Attendants to ensure a clean and well-maintained facility for all patrons to have a safe and enjoyable experience.
Develops and implements custodial practices and procedures utilizing industry best practices.
Performs maintenance and repairs on facility, outdoor grounds and all CCC operational equipment.
Ensures availability of parts and supplies inventory by working closely with major mechanical equipment and remodeling/maintenance projects at the CCC.
Assists in maintenance and upkeep of Parks & Recreation vehicles, skid loader, ice resurfacers and other specialty equipment. Coordinates with Public Works for necessary repair work
Supports the Recreation team with evening and weekend events, this includes scheduling staff to assist as needed, set up and tear down of events, and providing AV assistance.
Works closely with Ice Arena Supervisor to schedule Facility Attendants to support evening/weekend games, events and programs in the Ice Arena.
Works closely with the Fitness Supervisor to ensure clean and well-maintained fitness equipment.
Works alongside the Aquatics Supervisor to ensure proper water quality, monitoring of pump, filters, boiler, chemical feeders and disinfection systems. Coordinates and plans the bi-annual pool closure weeks.
Assists CCC Manager with budget preparation regarding custodial and operational maintenance needs.
Codes and submits all related financial records for CCC Manager approval.
Carries out and enforces CCC building policies and procedures.
Serve as a member of the CCC emergency response team. Responsible for understanding and knowing the Emergency Response Plan for all areas of the facility.
Aquatic Facility Operator / Certified Pool Operator Certification or ability to obtain within first year of hire.
American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid Certification or ability to obtain within 45 days of hire.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Post-secondary training in facility management,custodial management, aquatics management, arena management or a closely related field.
Five years of experience of custodial cleaning methods and equipment operation and two years of demonstrated leadership experience, with the ability to train staff.
Other required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of refrigeration systems and ice resurfacing equipment.
Knowledge of general maintenance, custodial best practices, and groundskeeping.
Knowledge of heating/cooling, plumbing, electrical, cable TV, security systems and communication systems.
Strong communication, leadership and customer service skills.
Must be self-directed and detail oriented.
Ability to multitask and remain calm in difficult situations.
Ability to identify and assess hazards and unsafe practices and formulate recommendations for effective remediation.
Ability to problem solve and exercise independent judgement.
About City of Chaska
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