The Facilities Supervisor is responsible for the maintenance, construction, and custodial services for the general plant facilities and grounds. A successful Facilities Supervisor possesses solid project management and leadership skills. This position oversees two (2) facilities maintenance personnel and must be able to coordinate the work and schedule of others. Multiple projects and properties are the responsibility of this position and require strong organizational skills. The Facilities Supervisor must have a background in general construction, budget oversight, and project management.
Supervises all facilities and grounds maintenance, general plant construction, and custodial services in compliance with best practices, local code, and federal guidelines.
Is the subject matter expert (SME) on general plant repair, maintenance and construction
Assures TECI’s buildings and grounds are kept clean, in good condition, and meet all safety standards as prescribed by law and the Safety Manager.
Provides a safe work environment with opportunities for personnel to develop, improve and prepare themselves to assume greater responsibilities.
Essential Job Functions
Performs facilities construction and remodeling projects from planning to completion stages
Coordinates all general plant contracts and contracted personnel
Assists management in development of annual facilities plan; provides regular status reports
Assists in development and management of facilities department annual budget; reviews and approves purchases made by the facilities department
Supervises all aspects of contracted custodial function
Supervises and performs building and general plant equipment repair
Oversees TECI rental property maintenance and property management relationship
Collaborates with Member Solutions department on selected member programs
Ensures office facility heating and cooling systems remain in good working condition
Supervises and performs maintenance of all grounds to include mowing, weed-eating, shredding, watering, gravel lot maintenance, and substation clearing.
Supervises and performs pest control at all facilities
Manages direct reports’ performance in accordance with TECI policies and applicable laws; Plans, assigns, and directs workload of direct reports and contract personnel. Rewards and disciplines direct reports.
Utilizes facilities case management system to address complaints, resolve problems and track progress
Assists in activities leading up to and including the Annual Meeting
Keeps CFO and CEO informed of progress, plans, programs, and activities
Is prepared to work on short notice on various projects not necessarily within stated responsibility
Mathematical Skills – Must have the ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference. Must have the ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
Reasoning Ability – Must have the ability to solve complex problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists and prioritize tasks and assignments. Must have the ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Language Skills – Must have the ability to read, write and speak the English language.
Communication Skills - Must be able to communicate clearly and accurately. Must be able to convey complex concepts in a simple and concise manner. Must have the ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Must have the ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Must have the ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the public. Solid presentation skills are a must.
Computer Skills – Must have basic skills in using Microsoft Suite software including Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word. Basic skills in creating, maintaining and analyzing databases in spreadsheets are required.
Other Skills – Must be able to develop high proficiency with the TECI’s plant accounting system. General understanding of systems as they apply to accounting and reporting is required.
Personal Characteristics – Work requires independent and original thinking; problems are highly complex and unstructured, and methods can be loosely defined. Personal characteristics include: team player, high integrity, good personal habits, regular work attendance, able to work well with diverse groups of people, and gain and maintain respect of others, both inside and outside TECI.
Physical Characteristics – Must be able to use hands, fingers, arms for grasping, reaching or holding items. Must possess general dexterity to operate a personal computer and office equipment. Will be required to regularly sit and frequently stand and walk. Must be able hear. Will be required to lift up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities include close, distance, and peripheral vision. Must have depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Working Conditions – Work takes place in a variety of settings from a climate-controlled office to outdoors where exposure to extreme elements is a possibility. Position requires travel throughout TECI’s service territory, and to meetings throughout Texas and the nation.
Working Hours – Average work week consists of four (4) ten-hour days. Weekends, evenings and holidays may be required to meet deadlines or to attend meetings or conferences.
High school diploma or equivalent, such as a general education degree (GED), is required.
Technical certification in a related vocation, or progress towards such, is preferred.
Three (3) years of experience in general construction or facilities maintenance is required.
Previous experience managing people is preferred.
Must possess a current driver’s license and maintain and insurable driving record.
Must be able to complete and pass CPR and First Aid training.
Additional Salary Information: • Medical - $167 per month for entire family with a 100% employer-funded HSA, other options available. Eligible 1st of month after 30 day of service
• Dental - $11 per month for entire family. Eligible 1st of month after 30 day of service
• Pension - 100% employer-funded with a 2.0% benefit level / 62 plan; eligible after 1 year.
• 401(k) - Match up to 4% on full salary; eligible after 1 year.
• Basic Life - 4x annual salary, 100% employer-funded
• Long-term Disability - 13 week/50%/No SS Offset, 100% employer-funded
• Life Insurance - Additional $40k policy, 100% employer-funded
• 10 Paid Holidays
• Paid Vacation & Sick Leave
• Annual Stipend for cell phone and clothing
• Service awards every 5 years of service
• On-site fitness facility - free for entire family
• Company Parties
• Facility usage (Banquet area, dumpster, ice machine)
• Covered Parking
About Taylor Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Taylor Electric is an equal opportunity employer and drug-free workplace that was established in 1939. We provide electric and fiber internet services to 13 counties in the Big Country area of West Texas. Taylor Electric is known for our strong business acumen, commitment to our community, and, above all, dedication to providing reliable service to our members.