Collegiate School seeks a Buildings Maintenance Supervisor to assist with planning, developing and implementing policies and procedures for maintenance of campus buildings and infrastructure. The Supervisor will also supervise and direct all Buildings Maintenance personnel, develop and implement procedures and operations for the effective, efficient and safe maintenance of all campus buildings and installation and regular care of the facility infrastructure. They will be responsible for all building maintenance equipment including HVAC, lighting & electrical, mechanical and other systems. This position is as a working supervisor and designated as Essential Personnel during emergency situations. It is a full-time benefited 12-month position.
Plan, schedule and assign work for the maintenance staff to ensure proper distribution of assignments, conformance with established standards of care, and adequate personnel and equipment for performance of duties.
Ensure accountability on assigned work for follow up and completion.
Plan, direct and control buildings services and review and inspect equipment and processes to insure efficiency, safety and sustainability of operations. Direct corrective actions wherever required.
Coordinate contractors and materials to ensure deadlines on projects are met while adhering to all safety and technical specifications.
Maintain HVAC systems based upon ASHRAE recommendations and best practices.
Review, inspect and evaluate work in progress at appropriate intervals to ensure completion as directed and scheduled. Continually assess, audit and evaluate the physical condition and performance of school buildings and systems. Troubleshoot, develop and direct prioritized corrective actions as required.
Maintain an accurate inventory and records for all building maintenance supplies and equipment.
Assign, track and follow-up on work orders and P.M. checks via the School’s CMMS System to ensure completion in a timely manner.
Research and maintain an up to date knowledge base of “Best Practices” within the Facilities Management Industry. Implement new procedures and practices as needed for the School’s benefit and train employees in new techniques and programs. Enforce life safety regulations and requirements.
Perform routine inspections to look for any problems or imperfections within the interior and exterior of school facilities to include any mechanical issues which requires the ability to be detail oriented at all times.
Assist Plant Management and make recommendations for the development of Operational Budgets.
Provide timely assistance with Budget, Vendor, Contract and Invoice Management.
Conduct, develop or assign training programs for departmental employees on effective operation and compliance with departmental and regulatory agency requirements.
Assist the school as needed with Emergency Management Planning and Recovery.
Assist with various personnel functions including hiring, promotion, employee evaluation and regular feedback, merit recommendations, disciplinary actions, time records and vacation schedules
Take direction from the Director of Facilities Management
Must be flexible as position may require, from time to time, working when school is not in session (early mornings, nights, weekends, spring break/portions of holiday break, etc.) to conduct required work while students are not in buildings.
Perform other necessary Physical Plant duties, as assigned.
10 years of comparable supervisory experience in buildings maintenance, including direct supervision of staff and program development.
Demonstrated working knowledge, skills and expertise in Buildings Maintenance and Systems.
Working knowledge of CMMS, HVAC, BAS, electrical, plumbing and life safety systems and reporting methods, systems and procedures.
Demonstrated initiative in the development and implementation of Buildings Maintenance and systems management procedures, programs and strategies.
Excellent reading, writing and comprehension skills.
Excellent verbal communication and listening skills with high attention to clarity and detail with ability to explain complex information/fact patterns in understandable terms to all levels of personnel.
Ability to give direction, provide follow-up, give feedback and ensure accountability on tasks done
Cross cultural competencies
Strong working knowledge of cloud-based word processing and spreadsheet software, and Windows platform.
Knowledge of, and prior training involving, federal, state and local occupational hazard identification, prevention and control.
Asbestos Awareness and Safety Training.
High School Diploma and Technical Certification.
Valid Virginia driver's license.
Associate’s Degree or higher.
Manual coordination including finger dexterity, eye/hand/foot coordination, color discrimination, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crawling, reaching, handling, fingering, feeling, depth perception and hearing.
Must be able to lift, lower, carry, push and pull objects up to 50 lbs. unassisted.
May be subjected to extreme heat and cold temperatures.
Will be subjected to motor and/or machine noise.
Ability to work in a variety of environments, including indoors, outdoors, on roofs or elevated areas.