$29.00-$43.40 Hourly / $5,026.67-$7,522.67 Monthly / $60,320.00-$90,272.00 Yearly
Plans, organizes, and controls all phases of the work program for maintenance personnel; assigns employees to jobs based on what each is qualified to do; supervises all maintenance personnel in performance of duties; transports material and personnel to assigned work areas; maintains work schedules and a log of work accomplished; checks the progress and quality of work performed.
Performs detailed area surveys to determine maintenance requirements; writes work orders on scheduled items; prepares estimated cost of repairs for budget purposes; receives work orders; estimates needed materials and orders; reviews bill for labor and material; inspects completed repairs prior to submitting for payment; makes final inspection on completed work.
Performs and supervises: electrical, metal, irrigation and aquatic repairs and installation, masonry and/or carpentry work, cutting and welding.
Performs carpentry layout work and assists in actual work as required; designs sidewalks, signs, and displays; cuts glass.
Checks all emergency repairs and decides what action should be taken; reviews work upon completion.
Directs all fountains on city contracts; reviews work involving contracts with prospective bidders, inspects work done, review and approves all required repairs.
Plans the expansion of the central control system for irrigation and lighting; oversees the programming and repair of all central control components.
Maintains written records of payroll for all maintenance personnel as well as records of sick leave and vacation schedules; keeps records of maintenance performed; maintains construction costs on various projects; maintains building files including labor tickets purchase orders and contracts; updates billing catalog.
Communicates with manager on all important issues concerning performance of the maintenance department, i.e. additional employees, vehicles, equipment, promotions; coordinates daily work requests and special city-wide programs with all supervisors; consults with department heads and other regarding feasibility of proposed renovations and alterations.
Enforces and practices safety for all employees; ensures upkeep and proper use and care of all vehicles, tools, and equipment; assumes duties and responsibility of superintendent as required.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: maintenance, repair, and layout of parks and recreation area; methods, tools, and techniques used in maintenance and repair work related to assigned area; occupational hazards and appropriate safety precautions.
Working knowledge of: effective supervisory techniques.
Some knowledge of: basic records keeping.
Ability to: supervise, perform, and review a wide variety of assignments associated with the maintenance and repair trade; interpret drawings and blueprints and to estimate materials needed; maintain records and compile reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and the general public.
Skill in: use and care of hand tools, power tools, pumps, and other related equipment.
Possession of a valid Florida driver’s license required; a Commercial driver’s license may be required.
Possession of or ability to obtain within one (1) year of employment: Certified Playground Safety Inspector, Aquatics Facility Operator.