$39.33-$51.26 Hourly / $2,950.05-$3,844.80 BiWeekly /
In a state agency this class is accountable for functioning in one of the following ways:
Supervises maintenance staff in the following categories: Level A, B, C or E; also monitors and reviews work performed by contract employees as assigned.
Schedules, assigns, oversees and reviews work of staff; provides staff training and assistance; conducts performance evaluations; determines priorities and plans building and grounds maintenance work; establishes and maintains building maintenance procedures; develops or makes recommendations on development of policies and standards; acts as liaison with other operating units, agencies and outside officials regarding unit policies and procedures; prepares reports and correspondence; inspects buildings and equipment to determine repair and improvement needs; receives repair requests, makes estimates of time and materials to meet requests and prioritizes according to need; maintains inventories of tools, equipment, supplies and orders or requisitions when needed, possibly requiring interaction with vendors; serves as a centralized purchasing officer for properties under his/her authority; coordinates arrangements for deliveries of materials and access to area by workers; arranges alternative plans for areas and services disrupted during construction and/or repair; may solicit bids from outside contractors and inspect contracted work; may read and interpret design blueprints and specifications for small scale renovations and remodeling; may make budget recommendations; performs related duties as required.
CHIEF PHYSICAL PLANT: In charge of such operations as heat supply, custodial work, vehicles and transportation as well as maintenance and repair.
Considerable knowledge of relevant agency policies and procedures; considerable knowledge of relevant state and federal laws, statutes and regulations; considerable knowledge of materials and methods of building repair and maintenance; considerable knowledge of preventive maintenance techniques; considerable interpersonal skills; oral and written communication skills; ability to lay out and inspect building repair and maintenance work; ability to read and interpret blueprints and specifications; ability to coordinate work assignments; ability to utilize computer software; supervisory ability.
Six (6) years of experience in the repair and maintenance of large buildings.
Note: Experience performing technical duties within the maintenance trade area on a military base, aircraft carrier or large compound may be substituted for the General Experience on a year for year basis.
Two (2) years of the General Experience must have been in a supervisory capacity.
Note: For State Employees this is interpreted at the level of Building Superintendent 2.
College training in architecture, mechanical or electrical engineering or a related field may be substituted for the General Experience on the basis of fifteen (15) semester hours equalling one-half (1/2) year of experience to a maximum of four (4) years for a Bachelor's degree.
Incumbents in this class may be required by the appointing authority to possess and retain appropriate current licenses, permits and/or certifications.
At State Airports: In addition to the checking of references and of facts stated in the application, a thorough background investigation of each candidate may be made before persons are certified for appointment.
Incumbents in this class may be exposed to some risk of injury from equipment.
The appointing authority may require completion of an asbestos removal program consistent with EPA guidelines for operations and maintenance during employment in this class. Incumbents may be required to use protective equipment such as respirators and safety goggles.
This replaces the existing specification for the class of Building Maintenance Supervisor in Salary Group TC 25 approved February 1, 2007. (2013 SCOPE Review)
DEFINITION OF INSTITUTION TYPE
MAJOR STATE INSTITUTION
Encompasses a wide variety of large trade shops and very complex building utilities (power plant, wastewater treatment plant, etc.) Staff is large (usually 51-150 workers) and highly skilled. There is a heavy layer (usually 10-20) of subordinate administrative/supervisory personnel (Level D) and crewleaders and supervisors (Level C). Buildings are spread over a large area and provide a variety of services (e.g., cafeterias, auditoriums, armories, residence halls, administration buildings, classrooms, gymnasiums, hospitals, etc.).
LARGE STATE INSTITUTION
Encompasses a wide variety of trade shops and complex building utilities (wastewater treatment plant, power plant, etc.). Staff size is moderate (usually 26-30) and is highly skilled. There is a layer (usually 4-10) of subordinate crewleaders and supervisors (Level C). Buildings are spread over a large area and provide a variety of services (e.g., cafeterias, auditoriums, residence halls, administration buildings, classrooms, gymnasiums, hospitals, etc.).
MODERATE SIZED STATE INSTITUTION
Encompasses a variety of small trade shops and basic building utilities (power plant and possibly a small wastewater treatment plant). Staff is small to moderate (usually 15-25) and is primarily skilled/semi-skilled with a core of highly skilled workers. There is a thin layer (usually 1-3) of subordinate crewleaders and supervisors (Level C). Buildings are spread out and provide a variety of services (e.g. cafeterias, gymnasiums, auditoriums, residence halls, administration buildings, classrooms, hospitals, etc.).
REGIONAL VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Encompasses a variety of classrooms and trade shops, and basic building utilities. Staff is small and consists of semi-skilled workers and highly skilled trade students. There is a layer of professionally licensed and certified trade instructors who function in the capacity as crewleaders and supervisors in completing numerous building repairs (Level E). Building areas are spread out and provide a variety of services (cafeteria, gymnasiums, auditoriums, administrative offices, classrooms, shop areas, etc.).
SCALE FOR LEVEL OF SUPERVISION
Semi-skilled and skilled workers Examples: Maintainer, Skilled Maintainer, Custodian, Boiler Tender
Highly skilled workers with some possible on-line supervisory responsibility Examples:General Trades Worker, Qualified Craft Worker, Water Systems Operator, Wastewater Treatment Technician, Stationary Engineer
Crewleaders and Supervisors Examples: Maintenance Supervisor 1, Maintenance Supervisor 2, Lead Stationary Engineer, Supervising Stationary Engineer, Building Superintendent 1, 2, and 3, Lead Custodian, Supervising Custodian
Supervisory/Managerial Examples: Building Maintenance Supervisor, Plant Facilities Engineer 1 and 2
Faculty/Students Examples: In a Regional Vocational Technical School supervises work of Regional Vocational Technical faculty and students from construction licensed trade shops and various other trade areas