Salt Lake City


    Requisition ID
    Minimum Salary
    USD $24.91/Hr.
    Maximum Salary
    USD $33.98/Hr.
    Post End Date
    US-UT-Salt Lake City
  • Overview

    Under the direction of Facilities Maintenance Superintendent, manages the day-to-day work of maintenance functions and/or subdivisions. Oversees the supervision of employees in crafts and trades in new construction, repair, remodeling and/or ongoing maintenance of City-owned facilities and structures. This is a supervisory position requiring an in-depth, advanced understanding of the work environment.


    • Designs, implements, manages, and monitors the maintenance program assigned, covering all equipment, employees, and systems. Initiates new ideas and improvements. Reviews and improves existing processes. 
    • Assigns maintenance projects to supervisors to maintain all machinery, equipment, and structures, following necessary guidelines, specifications and requirements. Assesses budgetary constraints, employee and equipment availability and needs, and time constraints involved in maintenance projects. 
    • Responsible for routine reports, time records, including hours worked, days off, overtime, labor distribution cards, and daily log used to track maintenance project's status and personnel. Utilizes computers for equipment monitoring, as a record-keeping tool and/or for report generation. 
    • Provides training to supervisors and other maintenance personnel to attain and retain each individual's maintenance proficiency. May also provide training to subcontractors, according to contract specifications and perceived needs. 
    • Prepares an annual operating and capital budget for the assigned section and submits it for approval to the Facilities Maintenance Superintendent, for inclusion In the Division's annual budget. Monitors equipment and materials for possible upgrade or replacement and provides Superintendent with recommendations. Makes estimates of future use of materials, personnel and equipment. 
    • Coordinate maintenance with other divisions, maintenance supervisors, and/or tenants to avoid disruption of services. Advises supervisors and necessary engineering staff of technical problems encountered and suggests possible solutions. 
    • Utilizes maintenance records and personal observations to evaluate facility system: and recommends replacement and/or modification of equipment or operating methodology to ensure efficient utilization of resources, as necessary. 
    • Conducts performance reviews with individuals on a regular and ongoing basis, solves problems in accordance with established rules and policies. Initiates disciplinary action when necessary. Maintains documentation on performance of all employees under supervision. Oversees and monitors the interviewing and selection process of new employees. 
    • Prepares reports for management which reflect such items as equipment condition, staff efficiency, energy conservation proposals and any suggested changes in procedures. Prepares time records of assigned employees. Approves leave, compensatory time and overtime requests.
    • Works with employees, tenants, in-house staff, the general public and various contractors to ensure smooth accomplishment of maintenance goals and objectives.   
    • Performs other related duties as required.


    • Six years increasingly responsible work experience or training in maintenance areas, plus two years supervisory experience in a maintenance-related field. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted on a year for year basis, excluding supervisory requirement. Journey-level certification in some areas may be required. 
    • Thorough knowledge of standards, practices, materials, and methods used in maintenance. Knowledge of relevant City and State policies and procedures, (FAA and Airport policies and procedures if applicable). Ability to read and interpret blueprints, circuit diagram, and various types of equipment operation manuals. 
    • Must be familiar with the provisions of ADA, EPA and OSHA. Must also be knowledgeable of the Uniform Building Code, the National Fire Code, the Uniform Electrical, the Uniform Mechanical Code, the State Elevator and State Pressure Vessel Codes.  
    • Possession of valid Utah State Driver's License or driving privilege card. 
    • Knowledge of safety rules and hazards and application of accident prevention measures associated with maintenance procedures and involving the operation of maintenance equipment. 
    • Ability to supervise and relate well with the general public, supervisors, and fellow employees. Ability to coordinate a variety of work requests and schedule completion in optimum time frame. 
    • Computer Literate



    • Aviation or large commercial environment experience.
    • Knowledge and experiene with computerized maintenance management systems.
    • Strong background in building construction fields.



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