$32.02-$45.63 Hourly / $5,550.13-$7,909.20 Monthly / $66,601.60-$94,910.40 Yearly
Conducts detailed inspections of city buildings and facilities to determine their physical condition and maintenance needs; maintains and updates building structure inventory; advises management on maintenance, renovation, and alteration needs of building and facilities as necessary to maintain structures at an acceptable level; monitor/inspect all contractual work related to life support systems ie: fire sprinklers, fire alarms, elevators, and emergency generators.
Meets with contractors and sub-contractors interested in bidding on city jobs relative to painting and roofing projects; explains nature and scope of work to be performed, special requirements and procedures to be followed [e.g. use of specified materials; methods of gaining entry to property; storage location areas for materials/equipment; work schedule limitations; etc.]; monitors projects awarded from start to finish to ensure compliance with plans and specifications; compares progress to projected schedules; identifies plan discrepancies or deficiencies and reports to supervisor with proposed solutions; may make minor field changes that do not alter the scope and cost of work; meets with manufacturer’s and contractor’s representative where appropriate to ensure that the work results in the city receiving designated warranties; submits reports to supervisor on completion of work so that final payment can be authorized.
Develops and maintains painting, roofing and damage control logs; maintains a history file on each building showing associated maintenance and construction, including photos; takes photos, downloads and maintains photo library of all buildings and structures.
Works with service and maintenance contractors for fire alarm systems, elevators, fire sprinklers, generators, etc.; escorts contractor personnel in city buildings and facilities to monitor their activities; prepares reports of service and maintenance activities.
Interacts with city employees and supervisors in various departments to provide information concerning the status and schedule of planned and on-going building and maintenance activities by contractors; confers with contractor and workers to explain and interpret plans and expectations.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: methods, practices, materials, tools and equipment of building maintenance and repair work; a variety of building construction trades [e.g. carpentry, masonry, etc/] with particular emphasis on painting and roofing; methods and techniques used in evaluating maintenance and repair needs of buildings and related facilities.
Knowledge of: records keeping.
Ability to: read and understand plans, diagrams and specifications; diagnose defects and hazards in old existing buildings and structures; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other city employees, contractors and their workers, and with the general public; inspect construction work to detect poor workmanship and or violation of plans and specifications; climb ladders and work at heights; operate light automotive equipment; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and prepare reports.