Building Environmental Supervisor

Job description

Vacancy Open to:

All Candidates

Employment Type:

Permanent - Full-time

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Classification Title:

Building Environmental Supervisor - Journey

Working Title:

Building Environmental Supervisor

Salary Range:

$32,559 - $36,177

Anticipate Hiring Range:

$32,559 - $36,177

FLSA Status:

Non Exempt


Student Affairs


Student Union Activities & Rec(Adm)

Work Unit:

Student Activity Ctr and Venue Mgmt

Work Schedule:

Typical work hours are 7am – 3:30pm. Candidate must be available for flexible hours based on events, projects, and etc. Five days per week. Days off vary according to events schedule and will be communicated in advance.
This position is designated mandatory staff during adverse weather or emergency events. When contacted to report to work, the incumbent is expected to reach the campus as expeditiously as possible using normal precautions as dictated by any adverse weather conditions.
In the event of an area disaster, the Student Activity Center may be designated an
emergency shelter or necessary for emergency operations.

Primary Purpose of Position:

This position is a Building Services Supervisor at the SAC. responsible for directing & overseeing personnel & procedures of the designated work shift(s). The supervisor must ensure excellent customer service & accurate set ups, personnel manag

Minimum Education/Experience:

Required Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from high school or possession of a GED, and one year of experience in the area assigned; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

University Preferred Qualifications:

Graduation from high school and three years experience in the area of work assigned, two of which were in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Essential Job Duties:

Must have an accurate knowledge of state and university policies and a basic understanding of disciplinary procedures to provide appropriate feedback and explanation to staff. Must understand OSHA and University safety guidelines as they relate to the operation function. Attends all training opportunities provided to increase technical cleaning and/or maintenance. Applies training knowledge to the supervision of employees. Must know and practice the policies of the department and the University. Coordinates and provides expertise for the conference, special event and custom venue set up functions. Accurately arranges all venue spaces scheduled for turnover according to 25 Live computer reports, diagrams, and as directed. Utilizes existing staff and serves as a building expert regarding set up arrangements. Provides leadership and instruction for each set up after reviewing the event documents. Directs staff in general housekeeping services, including meeting rooms, restrooms, and restroom stocking, locker rooms, recreational areas, common areas as needed, cleaning up spills/accidents, maintaining the exterior perimeter and sidewalks, and general window cleaning. Relays accurate and current information to staff regarding setups. Confirms all changes or problems with Operations Manager prior to the event. Strives to clean all areas of facilities to present the building, department, and staff in the best manner possible. Recommends alternative solutions or acts to solve problems encountered in the workplace. Handles emergencies in an effective manner, and as safely as possible.
Recognizes, practices, and follows prescribed safety procedures and regulations. Ensures the correct equipment is used to perform work duties and that equipment is in good working condition. Ensures all policies and procedures are followed by staff; calls attention to lapses in performance. Identifies and refers non-standard problems to the supervisor. Reports injuries to the Operations Manager; completes associated paperwork within 24 hours.
Monitors the work of staff to assess and solve problems. Assigns and monitors daily work by giving instructions to employees. Reviews the work of staff upon completion to assess and solve problems. Seeks input from others in making and implementing changes in work processes that help employees perform the job better and serve customer needs. Plans daily or weekly work to meet established objectives. Determines whether the staffing schedule is adequate for facility needs. Schedules staff to ensure even distribution of workload. Approves or disapproves leave requests and maintains appropriate records for each assigned employee on their shift.
Identifies problems and brings to the attention of appropriate authority. Explains and applies work rules, standards and guidelines to employees. Resolves minor problems and complaints on an informal basis. Ensures adherence to work standards and total quality standards. Recommends minor changes to work standards. Observes, inspects, and monitors the quality and quantity of work while in the process and upon completion. Determines standards of performance, conducts periodic and annual performance appraisals and is responsible for evaluations, coaching, and recommending and dispensing disciplinary action for employees reporting to this position. Follows the University Performance Management System for evaluation purposes. Submits written documentation of any disciplinary action taken to the Operations Manager. Assists the Operations Manager in interviewing and recommending candidate selections for any day shift vacant positions. Serves as a liaison for information between day shift and night shift as well as to the operations department. Prepares personnel action memorandums and personal evaluations. Counsels employees on situations that affect job performance and, if needed, make referrals to the Employee Assistance Program. Advises workers on additional or correction applications needed. Issues oral warnings and first and final written warnings and makes recommendations for termination.
Listens and responds to customer needs promptly and respectfully. Recognizes, addresses, and resolves potential problems in service. Serves as an accessible contact with customers on comments and discussions about the quality and timeliness of workgroup accomplishments and requested changes in the outputs.
Communicates respectfully with other employees and customers. Listens to and follows instructions, asks necessary questions to complete tasks. Motivates and encourages employees. Facilitates communication among the workgroup in a manner that helps accomplish daily work goals. Understands the impact and implications of decisions on the organization and campus community. Works effectively with others outside the lines of formal authority to accomplish the organization’s goals. Gains mutual acceptance of a decision on a course of action from individuals with real or perceived conflicting interests. Be willing to share knowledge and resources and work toward solutions. Be willing to accept other points of view and maintain a positive outlook even in difficult situations.
Submits requisitions of supplies needed for approval.

Other Work Responsibilities:

Customer Service:
Recognizes potential problems in service, and addresses and resolves promptly and respectfully. Resolves and recommends formal or informal disciplinary/grievance actions up to and including dismissal. Decides on staffing, appointments, promotions, reassignments, etcetera.
Planning and Organizing Work:
Plans work operations, set priorities, and set deadlines. Modifies methods, procedures, workflow, and assignments to respond to fluctuating priorities, methodologies and/or staff capabilities.
Determines training needs and skill in providing the training necessary to give employees the in-depth competencies, knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform all assigned tasks and to develop/advance careers.
Human Resources Management:
Resolves and recommends formal or informal disciplinary/grievance actions up to and including dismissal. Decides on staffing, appointments, promotions, reassignments, et cetera. Recruit, hire, train, and develop staff members supervised by this position

Departmental Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education:

Knowledge and experience in performing and leading others in performing a variety of custodial and event set-up tasks.
Knowledge and experience with cleaning procedures and the use of cleaning equipment, products.
Good communication, computer, and customer service skills.
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions.
Experience in a supervisory and/or lead role.
Experience in arena set-ups, especially portable flooring, volleyball standards, basketball goals, carpet, tarps, etc.
Experience with room set-ups, to include tables and chairs.

Necessary Licenses or Certifications:

Where applicable, must be eligible for required certification.

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Special Notes to Applicants:

Please ensure your full range of knowledge, skills, abilities, experience and education are listed on your application.

  • Do not write ‘see resume’ on your application when completing the job duties section.

If you answer the questions at the end of the application, please ensure your application reflects the knowledge, skills, abilities and experiences to support your answers (see job duties section of previous employment).

  • Failure to answer the questions at the end of the application will not preclude your application from being considered but may result in your application not receiving full consideration of your knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Please submit a resume and cover letter with your application.

  • These documents will be used to evaluate your written communication skills as well as supporting documents of your knowledge, skills, abilities, education and professional experience.




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Job No:
Posted: 6/4/2021
Application Due: 6/16/2021
Work Type: Full Time