SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Associate Director of Operations, Bethlehem
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: May oversee support staff, student workers and temporary employees as required. Contractors, architects, engineers, consultants, City officials or other outside agencies employed by or associated with the institution by the direction of the Associate Director of Operations
HOURS: Monday through Friday 7:30 am - 4:00pm with required on-call for after hours and weekends.
POSITION SUMMARY: Oversight of the Lancaster campus, ensure buildings, systems, services, and grounds are maintained and operate efficiently and appropriately. Responsible for continuous process improvement; striving for best practices to improve the quality, efficiency, and contributions of FMPC and encourages a high level of teamwork both within the department and the institutional community at large in order to promote a collaborative approach to problem solving and service delivery.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Must be trustworthy, well organized, motivated, able to multitask and be proactive in addressing potential issues. Able to work as a team member and regularly communicate status of work with others both on the Lancaster site and to the main FMPC office in Bethlehem.
- Requires demonstrated computer literacy. Assigned work and routine responsibilities may be assigned through various computer software packages including but not limited to the work order system, key management system, general office software (email, word, excel) etc. Provide standard regular maintenance reports and communications to the main FMPC office manager.
- Through a work order system, as well as direction from others, be able to perform the following, either directly or through others, routine and emergency repairs, upgrades and renovation work including but not limited to carpentry, painting, masonry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, locksmithing, mowing, snow clearing, etc. Also provide general building custodial tasks including but not limited to: clearing/cleaning entrance ways, hallways, restrooms, kitchens, lounges, stairwells, etc.
- Supervision of relevant staff, other assigned support staff and contractors for routine, preventive and unscheduled/emergency maintenance and repair related to all building, infrastructure, grounds and events for the institution.
- Projects monitoring and verification.
- Routine inspections of equipment including life safety equipment. Maintain equipment inspection logs.
- Proactively perform regular walkthroughs of campus inspecting for condition e.g. state of repair, paint, etc. generate a proposed corrective action plan, submit for approval then implement.
- Inspect residential areas both before and after occupancy, note any corrective actions, address as needed.
- As required – event set-up/set-downs, snow removal of sidewalks and entrances, grounds related work, trash removal, custodial, etc.
- Maintain custodial and maintenance inventory, place orders for supplies and receive/verify delivery of supplies.
- Keep building furniture, equipment and premises clean, neat, in good repair, 'fit-for-purpose' and safe condition at all times. Report any deficiencies.
- Comply with all safety procedures and work guidelines encountered in the maintenance and operation of institutional buildings and built environment. Communicate issues to managers or supervisors; actively participate in training activities, seminars and safety meetings.
- Position is considered "essential personnel" and is required to provide various duties and maintenance services 24 hours per day, 7 days per week as required during institutional closures, and duties related to emergencies, scheduled and unscheduled events.
- Other duties as assigned
QUALIFICATIONS: Trade school or Bachelor's degree, valid Pennsylvania driver's license, 5 years' recent experience in the construction/maintenance fields or equivalent combination of education and experience. APPA credentials prefered. Demonstrated computer literacy and knowledge and usage of computers and software as well as hand and power tools. Familiarity with building systems and functions including but not limited to: HVAC, electrical, plumbing, controls, technology, structural, etc. Ability to perform manual tasks requiring above average physical strength. Must be able to work from ladders, scaffolds, in ditches, freight elevators, small mechanical and structural spaces or other confining spaces. Must possess the ability to work under the direction of others, follow oral and written instructions, and work with other staff members as part of a team to create and maintain a positive, productive, safe and efficient work environment. Satisfactory background check will be required.
TO APPLY: Qualified candidates should attach their cover letter and resume to the online application by clicking "Apply Now". Please attach documents as a PDF file.
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