This is responsible work involving coordination
of resources and managing assets at the Water Production Plant.
Nature Of Work
An employee in this class is responsible for
planning, coordinating, and scheduling work activities of multi-skilled work
teams and contractors to provide cost-effective maintenance of the water
production processes, related systems, and infrastructures. Employee ensures
availability of required equipment and resources. Under general supervision,
the employee performs tasks of more than average difficulty requiring the
exercise of reasonable initiative and independent judgment. Work is reviewed
through conferences, reports submitted, and results obtained.
Examples of Duties
Plans work activities for work teams; prioritizes
reactive maintenance; identifies planned work activities; prioritizes,
schedules, and coordinates resources; coordinates work and training needs with
team leaders, training coordinator, Project Coordinator, support groups, and
Assists with providing sustained, dynamic, and cost-effective
management of water production processes and related plant equipment.
Establishes performance measures, which monitor
and provide feedback to team leaders on the effectiveness of planned
maintenance work processes; responsible for production reporting.
Establishes and implements strategic,
cost-effective, long-range planning procedures and effective coordination of
Operations and Maintenance (O&M) resources; coordinates monthly and
as-needed planning meetings.
Ensures availability of required personnel and equipment;
stages equipment for planned work; prepares requisitions for procurement;
acquires materials with credit card; coordinates with procurement specialist on
high-dollar purchases; coordinates repair and maintenance of equipment with
work teams, contractors and vendors; prepares budget recommendations for
equipment and services.
Maintains effective communication and
coordination of resources between O&M work teams, contractors, vendors, and
Monitors inventory for treatment processes and
establishes criticality ratings for related equipment and infrastructures.
Manages activities utilizing the Computerized
Maintenance Management System (CMMS); reviews and approves work orders for
scheduling; prepares and distributes monthly forecast reports; prepares end of
month performance reports; monitors and analyzes backlog for scheduling;
maintains CMMS database; organizes and categorizes workload backlog
Evaluates the following: number of backlogged
work orders at beginning of the month; percentage of scheduled work orders
completed (end of month report); ratio of planned versus corrective; number of
monthly forecast reports completed per year; average time to complete work
order by category.
Performs related work as required.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Advanced Knowledge of: division process; CMMS; SCADA; etc.
Intermediate knowledge of: equipment maintenance requirements; resources.
Desirable knowledge of: predictive maintenance systems; inventory system; purchasing system;
city budget process.
Advanced ability to: organize; establish and maintain effective working relationships with
other employees, contractors, City department representatives, and vendors.
Intermediate ability to: interpret contract specifications; read atlas, asbuilt plans and construction
plans; read and interpret specifications
Basic ability to: gather and analyze data to make recommendations.
Advanced skill in: computers (Access, Excel, Word, reporting software); records keeping.
Intermediate skill in: communication; human relations.
Accountabilities: provide reports for number of backlogged work orders at beginning of
month; percentage of scheduled work orders completed (end of month report);
ratio of planned versus corrective; number of monthly forecast reports
completed per year; average time to complete work order by category.
Graduation from an
accredited high school or vocational school and five (5) years of experience in
procurement, scheduling projects, working with CMMS, and/or performance
tracking; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Licenses or Certifications
Possession of a valid driver’s license may be
Evaluation of education and experience. Drug testing is included in all pre-employment processing.
Employees may be required to work rotating
shifts, including nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as needed. During
periods when the Mayor issues an emergency declaration for the City of Tampa,
all employees may be required to work in preparation, response or recovery
activities related to the stated emergency.