Utilities Trades Supervisor—Job Standard
Job Family: Skilled Crafts
Series: Facilities Trades
Job Code: 5283
This title is part of a career progression within the Facilities Trades Series consisting of Utilities Trades Assistant, Utilities Tradesperson Journey, Utilities Tradesperson Master, Utilities Tradesperson Specialist, and Utilities Trades Supervisor.
Provide technical oversight and perform high-level skilled activities in multiple licensed trade areas in support of University facility maintenance programs and services.
The duties listed are not all-inclusive. Duties assigned to individual employees may vary.
Provide technical oversight and perform high-level skilled activities in multiple trade areas in support of University facility maintenance programs and services; use judgment in prioritizing workflow, applying methods and operational processes, and resolving problems; assist in and develop strategies to monitor and implement preventative maintenance programs and facilitate timely response and completion of projects; ensure compliance with complex internal and external policies, procedures, and regulations.
Coordinate, conduct, and monitor services and inspections; develop schedules, prepare cost estimates and specifications, and facilitate repairs and maintenance; perform highly skilled repairs/renovations; oversee contracted trades personnel, evaluate, and provide technical training and assistance; design and develop plans for small projects; use internal and external resources to maximize cost-effectiveness and safety; prepare technical reports and documentation; use desktop applications.
Serve as liaison with internal and external constituents and
provide technical assistance and expertise to all trades staff based on
proficiency in two or more licensed trades areas; respond to and
address inquiries; interpret and communicate multiple, complex
regulatory standards and restrictions; provide leadership and identify
priority work orders for services; oversee specific activities or
large, complex projects in multiple trades areas based on a thorough
knowledge and understanding of internal and external policies and
Initiate and obtain required permits for projects; monitor expenditures and provide budget recommendations; procure and maintain equipment, vehicles, inventory, and supplies.
Participate in and may provide area safety training.
Operate University vehicle on/off campus.
Provide administrative supervision to University staff and functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates.
Minimum QualificationsEducation and experience equivalent to:
High school diploma, six years' experience in two or more skilled trades with one year of supervisory experience and Master license required. Type S license and specialized certification or ability to obtain within six months required. Valid driver's license or ability to obtain and driver's check required. Lifting up to 50 lbs. occasionally. Specific physical requirements may apply based on job functions.
Last modified March 05 2015 10:02 AM