Manages and maintains day-to-day dock operations for the BSD facilities via the KCBD loading dock.
Supervises and manages the BSD-FS union clerk staff, in collaboration with the BSD-FS Associate Director.
Supervises movement of packages, mail, laboratory tanks, and biohazardous waste and materials.
Manages and maintains building security using BSD security systems.
Coordinates with staff from other units and supervises the work of contractors as well as facilities union and/or non-union staff.
Supervises effective delivery of logistical services for all BSD campus buildings.
Administers, implements, and enforces effective policies and procedures with the BSD-FS union clerk staff; including staff scheduling based on business needs.
Manages the KCBD loading dock space to create a safe and organized workplace environment.
Manages package receipt and delivery activities for the BSD campus buildings, including lost/misplaced packages and tanks. Directly supervises BSD-FS union clerk staff.
Maintain and provide equipment necessary for completing dock activities (e.g. forklift, delivery vehicles). This includes monitoring staff usage of equipment, scheduling maintenance service for equipment as needed.
Coordinate equipment disposal service in collaboration with departmental/divisional groups.
Collaborate with BSD Building Management group on scheduling BSD-FS staff for events scheduled in BSD space.
Monitor and report package/tank delivery services via internal logistics system (QTrak).
Track and manage BSD-FS union clerk staff administrative needs including safety training compliance, attendance, and interdisciplinary action.
Perform financial purchasing activities on behalf of BSD-FS team (including BSD-FS Building Management) for needed office items, dock equipment, invoices for contractual services.
Act as point of contact for BSD building access requests via BSD building access system and provide appropriate access.
Perform dock tasks on an as-needed basis.
Maintains shipping and receiving activities and records. Resolves related shipping, receiving, and distribution problems. Coordinates with vendors and Budget to ensure that quality and pricing of supplies and equipment meet expectations.
Hires, evaluates, and conducts performance evaluations. Plans and assigns work; exercises quality and quantity controls.
Responsible for daily operation and regular maintenance of shipping & receiving equipment; authorizes purchase of operating necessities; determines need and orders repair service.
Performs other related work as needed.
Associateâ™s degree in HVAC Engineering/Technology or Facilities/Operations Management.
Bachelorâ™s degree in Business Administration, Engineering, Operations Management or other related fields.
Experience managing union employees.
Experience working with various levels of leadership including Faculty, Executive Administrators and Plant Department.
Licenses and Certifications:
Completion of advanced job-related education or designation programs, such as BOMI Institute.
Completion of facilities related certificate or designation programs, BOMI Institute.
Able to categorize and prioritize work activities.
Able to develop and implement solutions to varied problems.
Complete numerous activities in a multi-task environment.
Effectively communicate in both written and verbal format.
Able to use a personal computer and standard software packages.
Able to maintain confidentiality.Â Â
Able to effectively manage union staff.
Able to climb stairs/ladders and orient body to complete dock inspections.
Able to lift up to 50 pounds and move small items (boxes, cylinders, etc.).
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