Salt Lake City

  • FACILITIES SUPPORT COORDINATOR

    Requisition ID
    2018-3775
    Department
    AIRPORT
    Minimum Salary
    USD $49,339.00/Yr.
    Maximum Salary
    USD $67,315.00/Yr.
    Post End Date
    9/20/2018
    Location
    US-UT-Salt Lake City
  • Overview

    Incumbent directs, monitors and controls the preventative maintenance work program/ process and in-house construction projects for all City-owned buildings and facilities. Supervises and issues work orders to maintenance and construction work crews responsible for providing necessary building and equipment maintenance/repairs. Acts as Division's Administrator for Facilities Term Contracts, Information Technology and Security Management.

    Responsibilities

    • Plans and issues work orders for scheduled preventive maintenance using computer maintenance management systems (CMMS). Creates equipment maintenance-associated tasks and work orders; controls web-based work order processes and asset tracking system for city-owned hand tools/maintenance equipment.
    • Implements preventive maintenance software in order to track the repair costs, parts inventory, equipment downtime, PM activities, and maintains the integrity of the CMMS data.
    • Controls data in the computer maintenance management system (CMMS). Collects building and equipment data, establishes system standards with the facilities services team, and performs periodic updates of critical information to ensure an accurate data base at all times.
    • Manages security contractors to maintain all security services within buildings, tracks, assigns and operates building physical security systems. Handles keys, access cards and CCTV camera systems. Performs security investigation using all these technologies.
    • Determines terms, orders and requirements associated with all facilities maintenance and construction request for proposals (RFP), contracts and projects. Including development of scope of work, schedules, secure bids and coordinates with procurement officials to award and contract work. Inspects all work and performs project close out paper work and processes.
    • Administers Facilities Maintenance Contracts, including Janitorial, Waste Management, Pest/Rodent Control, Security and all other Facility maintenance contracts. Controls the maintenance, updates and procurement processes associated with these contracts.
    • Supervises and issues work assignments to designated personnel, including regular, seasonal and temporary staff, assigned to complete in-house construction projects.
    • Develops processes to improve efficiencies of preventive maintenance (PM) work orders and customer work orders, and trains others in the use and standards of the CMMS.
    • Prepares reports to track and trend maintenance work orders on a daily, weekly, monthly, and annual basis. Develops Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for the Facilities Services Division to track the team’s performance.
    • Designs, implements, manages, and monitors the maintenance program assignments, covering associated equipment, employees, and support systems. Initiates new ideas and improvements. Reviews and improves upon existing work and documentation processes to deliver high quality services.
    • Utilizes computers skills for equipment monitoring of break downs, repairs, and costs. Implements negative trend corrective actions with the management team. Must work the days and hours necessary to perform all assigned responsibilities and tasks.
    • Performs other related duties as required or assigned.

    Qualifications

    • Graduation from an accredited University with a bachelor’s degree in Facilities Management or Engineering. Six years’ increasingly responsible work experience in facility maintenance areas, including three years supervisory experience in Facilities Maintenance. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted on a year for year basis, excluding the supervisory requirement. Journey-level certification in some areas may be required.
    • A thorough knowledge of computer maintenance management systems (CMMS) including preventive maintenance work orders scheduling, work load balancing, equipment tasks, web based work orders implementation and processes, system tracking of hand tools/maintenance equipment.
    • Experience in managing Security personnel and physical security, including building keys, card access and security systems.
    • A thorough technical knowledge and skilled in Facilities Maintenance and project management of HVAC, electrical, plumbing, lighting systems, roofs, structures, preventative maintenance tasking, employee scheduling and support activities.
    • Thorough knowledge of standards, practices, materials, and methods used in facility maintenance. Knowledge of relevant City and State policies and procedures and codes.
    • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, circuit diagrams, and various types of equipment operation manuals.
    • Must be familiar with the provisions of ADA, EPA and OSHA. Must also be knowledgeable of the International Building Code, the National Fire Code, the International Electrical Code, the International Mechanical Code, the State Elevator and State Pressure Vessel Codes.
    • Possession of valid driver's license or driving privilege card.
    • Ability to relate well with the general public, supervisors, and fellow employees. Ability to coordinate a variety of work requests and schedule completion in optimum time frames.
    • Must be able to work independently, take initiative, make decisions, and function with a minimum of supervision.
    • Experience in Microsoft Office applications especially Excel.

    DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Certification as a Civil Engineering Technician from an engineering technical association or educational institution preferred.
    • Previous project management experience.
    • Knowledge of modern techniques, technology, equipment, computerized systems and engineering software applications used in design and construction, including knowledge of survey methods, procedures, and materials testing.
    • Knowledge of Airport (FAA), AASHTO, ASTM, MUTCD, and UDOT construction standards.
    • Knowledge of LEED EB requirements and experienced in implementation of LEED actions. 
    • Knowledge of snow removal methods in an airport environment preferred.
    • Aviation environment experience and knowledge of 14 CFR Part 139 preferred.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    • Moderate physical activity. Required to stand, walk or sit uncomfortably for short periods. Required to climb ladders, push, pull, lift or carry light weights throughout building areas. Low exposure to toxic chemicals, heat, hot steam lines, fiberglass dust, noise, and fumes. Moderate to stationary engineering type work environment.
    • Stress due to emergency response demands, troubleshooting of system problem demands in some situations.

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