The General Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for maintaining University buildings and operations by planning and scheduling maintenance functions and supervising staff. Performs difficult technical work supervising and scheduling the maintenance, repair, modifications, and installation of structures in and around campus. Manages the lock shop insuring that the campus is secure and that strict key control is in place and adhered to. Manages the campus exterior door program insuring that the campus facilities are secured with class 1 doors, maintaining safety and security. Manages the sign shop personnel and work flow. Ensures all signage meets campus standards. Oversees a skilled workforce within the painting/protective coating trade and is responsible for the supervision of all paint shop/protective coating personnel. Provides protective coating for all outside structures, fences, and all other exterior painted surfaces. Ensures all interior painted surfaces meet the campus standard color chart and is maintained to meet the high campus standard. Provides many other carpenter/paint related duties, maintaining a smooth-running operation to enhance the student learning environment. This position is emergency essential.
Duties & Essential Job Functions:
1. Plans and schedules projects, estimates time and material; supervises carpenters, maintenance techs, paint/protective coating, sign makers and locksmiths, maintains records, and files and prepares reports. 2. Actively supports shop safety program. Maintains safety records on all shop personnel and shop equipment. Maintains records on all campus man lifts and performs annual inspections. Oversees and maintains records of inspections on lifts, harnesses, and other associated safety equipment. 3. Uses a computer maintenance management system to prepare, schedule, and supervise the work layout for the maintenance, alteration and repair of building structures and components. 4. Performs complex carpentry tasks. 5. Keeps records of carpenters’, painters, sign makers, and lock shop personnel’s time and materials used for each job. 6. Supervises carpentry jobs requiring a high degree of skill. 7. Aids the shop staff on complex jobs and contracts. 8. Provides estimates of labor and material cost required for a job. 9. Assigns technicians under his supervision to monitor contractors to insure standards are followed in both materials and methods. 10. Requisitions materials from warehouse or purchases materials from suppliers. 11. Inspects scaffolding, lifts, and harnesses to insure all precautions have been taken for hazardous work sites and ensures all safety measures are being observed. 12. Maintains records and compiles reports of work performed by assigned crew. 13. Maintains records to insure all keys are accounted for in the lock shop. 14. Supports the shop quality tool Program; Quality tools are a key safety factor. 15. Responds to after-hours emergencies; works during inclement weather; and works to support various events on campus during non-business hours. 16. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Required Education & Experience:
• High school diploma of GED equivalent • 5 years of experience in general maintenance such as carpentry, paint, locks, sign making, and electronic access. • 3 years of supervisory experience in a fast paced environment.
Preferred Education & Experience:
• Locksmith with emphasis on key control. Certified locksmith preferred. Prefer APPA Management Graduate. • Basic knowledge of commercial sign installation • Working knowledge of electronic access installation • Knowledge of state safety requirements for elevators/escalators/wheel chair lifts.
• Valid Texas Driver’s License • Must be insurable under the university motor vehicle requirements. • Satisfactory results from a post-offer physical examination. • Management/Leadership Training. • Must have attended locksmith training.
• Knowledge of lock standardization (non-electric) • Management/Leadership training Through APPA University
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
• Knowledge to train, evaluate and supervise staff. • Knowledge of planning and organizing. • Knowledge of basic recordkeeping techniques. • Knowledge of basic structural maintenance and building maintenance trades. • Knowledge of building codes. • Knowledge of safety regulations. • Knowledge of job-related policies and regulations. • Skill in some or all components of Microsoft Office. Ability to learn how to use CMMS • Skill in Microsoft Office windows navigation. • Ability to clearly communicate verbally and written. • Ability to draft grammatically correct correspondence. • Ability to take direction from upper management and follow through on tasks.
Physical Requirements (With or Without Accommodations):
• Visual acuity to read information from computer screens, forms and other printed materials and information. • Able to speak (enunciate) clearly in conversation and general communication. • Hearing ability for verbal communication/conversation/responses via telephone, telephone systems, and face-to-face interactions. • Manual dexterity for typing, writing, standing and reaching, flexibility, body movement for bending, crouching, walking, kneeling, climbing ladders and stairs, and prolonged sitting. • Lifting and moving objects and equipment up to 50 lbs.
• Work is indoors/outdoors and not sedentary and is subject to schedule changes and/or variable work hours. • May be exposed to hazardous materials and noxious fumes on occasion. • The noise level in this work environment is usually moderate.
As an AA/EEO employer, TCU recruits, hires, and promotes qualified persons in all job classifications without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ethnic origin, disability, genetic information, covered veteran status, or any other basis protected by law.
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