1. Assign work to craft personnel and oversee completion. Initiate contract repair when work cannot be performed by internal staff.
2. Assign priority to maintenance work orders and process them. Work cooperatively with administrators and facilities managers to schedule and complete repairs.
3. Estimate cost of repair and maintenance projects including labor, materials, and other related costs.
4. Perform repairs and assist skilled workers to complete repairs as needed.
5. Inspect all buildings and facilities and initiate repairs as needed.
6. Conduct on-site inspection of completed repair projects. Monitor and inspect contract work.
7. Provide training and orientation to all skilled workers in safety procedures and proper use of tools and equipment.
8. Follow established safety procedures and techniques to perform job duties including lifting and climbing. Operate tools and equipment according to established safety procedures.
9. Correct unsafe conditions in work area and promptly report any conditions that are not immediately correctable to supervisor.
10. Follow established procedures for locking, checking, and safeguarding facilities.
Inventory and Equipment
11. Prepare, implement, and maintain preventive maintenance schedules for tools and equipment. Ensure maintenance is completed and equipment is in safe operating condition. Recommend replacement of existing equipment when necessary.
12. Conduct regular inventory of physical equipment and supplies and maintain accurate records. Order tools, equipment, and supplies as needed.
13. Respond to after-hours emergency calls as needed.
14. Assist in the preparation of department budget.
15. Assist in recruiting, screening, selection, training, and evaluation of maintenance employees.
16. Maintain accurate information for payroll reporting (timecards, tardiness, and absenteeism).
17. Follow safety protocols and emergency procedures.
Monitor the work and issue work assignments to skilled maintenance workers, including carpenter, electrician; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) technician; painter; and plumber.
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Tools/Equipment Used: Small hand tools; power tools; light truck or van