Zone Maintenance Supervisor
Miami Dade College, Kendall Campus is now accepting applications for the Zone Maintenance Supervisor position. The Zone Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for proper operation of all systems and equipment. This position supervises and directs maintenance programs including required repairs, renovations, and preventative maintenance so that the primary College mission may be maintained.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Plans, implements, and administers a preventative maintenance program to provide maximum life to facilities and reliability necessary to support the college mission consistent with resources available and industry guidelines.
Directs repairs under the maintenance permit with the approval of the trade chiefs and procures repairs and parts utilizing College purchasing system.
Coordinates and facilitates walkthrough inspections and due diligence investigations conducted by contractors and A/E consultants in close coordination with the facilities project managers for the project.
Plans maintenance renovations, reviews plans and equipment modernization using capital outlay funds as required for supporting the College mission.
Assists with pre and post hurricane preparations and provides specific reports on emergencies or any major item that remains in an inoperative state overnight, weekends or longer.
Provides detailed administration of attendance, punctuality, use of sick leave, payroll, overtime records, employee evaluations and disciplinary actions for direct reports.
Review’s training requirements and plans training sessions for subordinates as required.
Monitors mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and other utilities, advises of any problems, and estimates of time as to when services are to be restored.
Monitors and analyzes quantity of tools available, usage, breakage loses and provides a control and accountability plan.
Directs grounds personnel and monitors and inspects closely the work performed by the landscaping contractors to ensure compliance with the terms of their contract.
Provides scheduling information of all outstanding work to all stakeholders, including the administrative directors and Director of Facilities Maintenance.
Master’s degree and two (2) years of experience in the maintenance of large buildings, grounds, and mechanical systems with emphasis on supervisory experience; or bachelor’s degree and six (6) years of experience in the maintenance of large buildings, grounds, and mechanical systems with emphasis on supervisory experience.
To learn more about this and other positions at Miami Dade College visit us at www.mdc.edu/jobs.