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In addition to having award winning faculty and staff, UW Bothell has been recognized for innovations in academic programming and support services designed to help students graduate on time and debt-free. It has also earned both recognition and awards for its work in the area of environmental sustainability.
Our UW Bothell/Cascadia College Facilities Services department has an outstanding opportunity for a Maintenance Supervisor 2 to supervise journey-level trade workers, and general maintenance staff in the performance of maintenance and alterations on campus buildings, equipment, and utilities.
•Supervise full-time journey-level trade workers and semi-skilled works in multiple trades within a maintenance shop. •Direct, coordinate and review the schedule of maintenance crews and/or multiple trades in the installation, repair, and alteration of campus buildings, grounds, equipment and utilities. •Coordinate and schedule work and/or shutdowns as required to ensure that deadlines and schedules are met. •View job sites and make suggestions for completion of tasks. •Schedule staff for 24/7 coverage, coordinate standby personnel, adjust schedules, communicate, etc. • Onboard and offboard staff. •Conduct employee interviews as assigned and recommend selections for hiring to the appropriate manager. Conduct performance reviews of assigned personnel. •Monitor, inspect, and assess employee performance on a continual basis, providing regular feedback in order to meet performance standards. •Participate in employee discipline and corrective action as needed. Develop and maintain policies and procedures. •Review, sign, and approve daily and weekly time slips and leave requests for personnel. Process daily and bi-monthly timesheets in a timely and regular manner. •Collaborate with the administrative team to make corrections to daily timesheets and resolve time discrepancies. •Using the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), issue work orders to employees, review completed work orders, and schedule work orders when needed. •Use reporting functions to ensure timely completion of work orders and staff work load. •Develop, implement, and maintain the preventative and predictive maintenance programs through the CMMS. •Communicate and work collaboratively with Project Managers, contractors and personnel in other Facilities Services shops to facilitate work. •Support the planning of alterations, minor works, and capital projects, including reviewing project drawings and specifications. • Provide routine updates to management on the status of work, equipment outages, projects, staff and equipment needs, etc. •Regularly and efficiently respond to email. •Understand occupational health and safety regulations that apply to work actions and conduct on the job, including Safety Data Sheet (SDS) instructions, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) whenever required and ensure that staff are in compliance. •Review and respond to incident, accident, and/or quality improvement reports involving responsible personnel. •Coordinate staff training requirements with EH&S Specialist. • Keep up-to-date and be knowledgeable about technology trends, municipal, state, and federal code changes which may adjust your training requirements and certification/licensing requirements for the team. •Assist and provide input to senior management in the development of departmental budgets and annual budget requests. •Manage budget within the provided funding, review transactions, place orders for supplies and materials. •Procure, distribute, and account for equipment, tools, and supplies necessary for an efficient and effective maintenance operation. •This position is responsible for the oversight of departmental inventory and stock; order rental equipment as needed. •Develop preliminary cost estimates for installations, modifications, renovations, and repairs as requested. •Perform related duties as required.
Three years' full-time experience as a journey tradesworker, or General Maintenance Mechanic II, or equivalent; including one year, full-time experience in a lead or supervisory capacity. Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license may be required. Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: •Working knowledge of all building systems, including electrical, HVAC, plumbing, telecommunications, laboratory equipment, and access control. •Demonstrated ability in taking direction, working well with others and a member of a team, as well as in providing excellent customer service. •Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills. •Competency in Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, and Outlook. •Ability to work with a diverse constituency. •Ability to read blueprint drawings in multiple formats, including AUTOCAD. •Ability to respond to emergency activities and afterhours needs, which might include working evenings, weekends, or during inclement weather or campus emergency.
•Experience working in higher education. •CEFP or CFM credentials. •Experience and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS). •Experience and knowledge of Johnson Controls building automation system. •Strong interpersonal and communication skills. •Willingness to learn.
NOTES ON POSITION:
•This position is designated as one that performs an essential function. This means that the position's incumbent must continue to report to work as directed in the event that the University suspends operations because of severe weather, natural disaster, or other emergency condition. Must be able to work outdoors in all weather. •Ability to sit, stand, and walk for extended periods of time. •Ability to work off a ladder, kneel, bend, stoop, push, pull, and lift 50 lbs. •Comfortable working at height and in small spaces.
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