Building Maintenance Supervisor
Aims Community College, locally governed, locally funded, is a progressive community college with centralized administrative services located on the Greeley Campus which supports three additional locations. Situated on the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies, and enjoying 300+ days of sunshine a year, Aims Community College is student success oriented and prepares students for success in more than 160 degree and certificate programs. You are not just a number here at Aims Community College, our wonderful Staff, Faculty, and Administration work as a team to ensure excellent service and offer the most affordable tuition in the Front Range.
The Buildings Supervisor directs the operational, contractual and personnel activities specific to the buildings department (Facilities and Operations). The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills both written and oral, be self-motivated and able to make decisions with creativity and demonstrate problem solving skills. Possess leadership skills with team-building abilities.
Duties, Roles & Responsibilities:
1.) A team of nine trades personnel, is responsible for the maintenance and repair of of all four (4) campuses (Greeley, Fort Lupton, Windsor, Loveland) as well as the Flight Training Center, Corporate Education Center and multiple leased sites.
2.) Maintenance of various types of building systems as well as minor construction and remodeling projects including sub-contractor coordination.
3.) Expected to demonstrate leadership skills in coordinating the activities of staff members and project management skills by organizing resources to insure timely completion of projects.
4.) Knowledgeable about high-end, modern commercial equipment down to obsolete installations.
5.) Ensures all buildings make an excellent first impression upon incoming students and the community, a direct correlation to the quality and capabilities of the crew.
1.) Manage, plan, coordinate, inspect, schedules and participates in the construction/remodeling/and or renovation of offices/buildings throughout the campuses.
2.) Supervise/coordinate contractors in the construction/remodeling and/or renovation of offices/buildings throughout the campuses.
3.) Schedule with customers to reduce/eliminate as much interruption to College services/business/instruction as possible.
4.) Ensures compliance with all applicable safety regulations uniform, building codes ADA compliance , and safety requirements.
5.) Maintains Preventive maintenance programs catalog and technical files relevant to projects.
1.) Develops/submits/monitors annual operating Buildings budget.
2.) Develops/submits/monitors annual Buildings department capital and major maintenance project items.
3.) Assists in institutional planning and design projects that affect annual capital budgets.
4.) Establish appropriate inventory of parts and supplies for Buildings tools, parts, and assorted inventories.
5.) Procure and coordinate contractual services for buildings maintenance projects.
6.) Prepare work plans and cost estimates for contracted services.
7.) Schedules maintenance activity to prolong the life of older equipment, assure usefulness and safety of equipment to minimize breakdowns, failures and hazards.
1.) Scope of responsibilities include, but not limited to, overseeing the maintenance of the following plumbing, electrical, carpentryRoofing , drywall & finishes, paint, flooring, keys, office landscape, , installations, structural , and mechanical systems.
2.) Responsible for the maintenance of the major systems of the College including water distribution, electrical infrastructure (inc. emergency generator), sanitary sewer, and multiple roofing systems (e.g. built-up, ballasted, and mechanically fastened)
3.) Building support systems responsible for 1250 KW-1800 Amp Emergency Generator, 12,470 Volt Transformers, 1200 Amp/480 volt Electrical Switchgear, 120/240 ? 277/480 Volt electrical panels.
4.) Manage, plan, develop, prioritize, coordinate, schedule, and participate in the efficient and economical buildings maintenance tasks.
5.) Prescribed levels of buildings maintenance and appearance.
6.) Responsible for accurate recordkeeping system for the maintenance, upkeep, and repairs of buildings and equipment.
7.) Perform/supervise complex repair activities as needed on equipment, systems, and buildings as noted in scope of responsibilities.
8.) Establish and conduct a preventative maintenance program of scheduled inspection and repair of electrical and other systems, equipment and facilities to assure proper operation and to correct malfunctions before major breakdowns develop.
9.) Establish building maintenance inspections on a periodic and recurring basis.
10.) Responsible for and participates in the prompt and efficient snow and ice removal from buildings.
11.) Responsible for all safety procedures, related to performance of above mentioned work, being implemented and followed.
1.) Directs and prepares work orders for the Buildings Team.
2.) Determine personnel needs as well as requirements for supplies, materials, equipment, etc. for the efficient completion of College work orders and/or projects.
3.) Supervise, train, evaluate, and provide technical assistance to employees engaged in the daily buildings maintenance tasks.
4.) Inspects completed assignments to ensure that satisfactory work quality, operating procedures, efficiency, progress, methods/practices, safety, and other established standards and requirements have been accomplished and followed.
5.) Work with buildings employees Providing customer service develop goals and objectives.
6.) Set/verify schedules of buildings employees.
7.) Assign job duties based on PDQs, PEPs, and building’s needs and requirements.
8.) Coach/train proper procedures , when possible, to enhance employee’s job performance capabilities.
9.) Develop position descriptions based on institutional and buildings needs.
10.) Perform personnel actions including: interview and selection of personnel, performance evaluations, and disciplinary actions.
11.) Consults/coordinates with college departments and/or community organizations to provide support services for a wide variety of events, programs, official functions, recreational activities, etc.
12.) Establish liaisons with area contractors, State, local and Federal buildings departments to exchange technical data, share equipment knowledge and insure code/regulation compliance.
13.) Maintain accurate personnel records and proper documentation.
14.) Maintain daily log of buildings-involved activities.
- Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a part/full-time basis.
- Associates degree in Building Construction or related filed.
- Equivalent training and experience may be substituted.
- Five (5) years related experience of which three (3) years are to include supervisory responsibilities, knowledge and experience related to skills crafts trades (i.e. electrical, plumbing, roofing, lock smith, painting, carpentry, etc.), or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
- Valid driver license
- Ability to meet college insurability guidelines.
- Certificates of safety and operation of the forklift within twelve (12) months of employment.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applicants must submit academic transcripts from an accredited institution. Applicants who have earned degrees from outside of the United States must provide a credential evaluation of said transcript(s) as part of their application materials.
National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (www.naces.org) or Association of International Credential Evaluators (www.aice-eval.org) lists members who may be contacted for assistance in evaluating foreign credentials.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
• Clearly document job duties performed that relate to minimum qualifications, preferred qualifications, and essential job duties in the “Work Experience” section on the application. We must be able to evaluate your experience based on this information.
• Clearly outline dates of employment and hours worked per week for each employment experience listed in the Work Experience section of the Application so that we can calculate full-time experience.
• The APPLICATION is the only document that will be utilized to determine if minimum qualifications, as outlined in the job posting, have been met. The Application is considered to be the legal document on file; resumes will not be reviewed for minimum qualification requirements.
• If an Application is considered “Incomplete”, the application will be removed from consideration for the position.
• An Application is incomplete if no current/ previous employment is included in the Work Experience section of the Application.
• An Application is incomplete if “see resume” (or something similar) is noted, or previous employment does not contain job duties for every position in the Work Experience section of the Application.
• When a resume is listed as a required document, it may be used in the comparative analysis/ evaluation process to determine the candidates that most closely meet the qualifications of the position. This process occurs after an application has passed the minimum qualifications screening. **Please see the “Required Documents” section of the posting.
• Resumes will not be accepted in place of a complete application; however, resumes may still be required as a component of complete application materials.
Screening/Selection: All applicants may apply on line at jobs.aims.edu. If you need assistance with this process please contact Human Resources.
Initial screening will be conducted by a committee based on completed application materials.
Please be prepared to submit the following if required:
• Cover Letter addressing qualifications relative to position requirements,
• Diversity Statement (your personal statement on diversity),
• Teaching Philosophy (for faculty positions only) and,
• Transcripts (if applicable). Official transcripts will be required if hired.
o Faculty: Applicants must submit academic transcripts from an accredited institution. Applicants who have degrees from outside of the United States must request a credential evaluation of their transcript. National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (www.naces.org) or Association of International Credential Evaluators (www.aice-eval.org) lists members who may be contacted for assistance in evaluating foreign credentials.
All application materials become the property of Aims Community College. All application materials must be submitted by the closing date posted. The screening committee will select finalists for interviews.
Notice: Aims Community College is an equal opportunity employer. Selection will be based solely on merit and will be without discrimination based on age, sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, national origin, marital status or disability. The goal of Aims is to enhance the diversity present in the district we serve. To comply with Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, if hired you will be required to provide documents within 3 days of hire date to show your identity and your authorization to work. This law applies to all persons hired.