Job Title: Maintenance Supervisor
Corps: East Cleveland
Date: August 16, 2018
Reports To: Corps Officer
GENERAL PURPOSE OF JOB:
The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the specified and general upkeep of the East Cleveland Corps, its grounds and all related Corps properties and equipment. Also, the Maintenance Supervisors is to ensure that facility health and safety standards that are required are met.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Facility Management
• Be responsible for overall operations, inventory supplies and order, with approval and make pick up and deliveries, as requested.
• Schedule preventative maintenance and required inspections on elevators, boiler and hot water systems. Develop and implement preventative maintenance schedule for boilers and domestic hot and cold water system including pumps and pipes.
• Troubleshoot and diagnose electrical and plumbing issues within the facility and make repair recommendations to the administration.
• Develop and utilize a purchase order system to ensure items purchased are needed and within operating budget.
• Ensure maintenance of equipment and make minor repair and maintenance as needed.
• Notify supervisor of need for contracted service maintenance, seek pricing on contracted services, as appropriate and requested by supervisor and monitor contracted services, i.e. trash removal, snow removal, etc.
• Assist in the coordination of volunteer projects with regard to property projects (Day of Caring, church groups. etc.).
• Supervise, evaluate and maintain documentation as necessary for staff, volunteers and community service workers.
• Be responsible for the supervision and completion of all janitorial and maintenance projects.
• Maintain a copy of the maintenance records of agency vehicles. Develop and implement a preventative maintenance schedule for upkeep of vehicles assigned to East Cleveland.
• Ensure the completion of special projects as assigned by the Administration.
• Assist Corps Officers with the maintenance needs of the East Cleveland assigned quarters and all related equipment.
2. Supervision - Ensure the supervision and scheduling of maintenance/janitorial staff, volunteers and community service workers; assign tasks and supervise staff in the completion of their daily duties.
3. Maintain exterior of buildings – remove trash and debris from property, ensure walkways, stairways and parking lot area clear. Ensure dumpster area is free of debris.
4. Janitorial responsibilities – clean bathrooms, including mopping floors, clean kitchens (appliances, counters, floors), remove trash from buildings, replenish consumable items (toilet paper, trash liners, soap, etc.), vacuum work areas, common areas, lobbies, dust tabletop areas, windowsills, chapel, etc. mop floors, clean sanitize lobby areas, establish and maintain a floor maintenance program – carpet cleaning, waxing of floors
5. Seasonal Maintenance - Supervise and ensure snow removal from sidewalks and parking lot. Shovel steps/walks, sand & salt walkways, lawn care, trim bushes, and leaf removal.
6. Health and Safety Compliance – Conduct, at minimum, a thorough monthly inspection of entire facility. Schedule preventative maintenance and required inspections on all fire safety systems to include fire alarm system, fire extinguishers, kitchen suppression system, filters and stand pipes, etc. Ensure compliance with local licensing and inspection agencies ensure licensing compliance of kitchen area, establish corrective action plans for non-compliance issues and facility deficiencies.
7. Area Services - Participate in and support the implementation of special activities and events for Area Services and Corps programs as requested. Also provide consultation and review of projects being considered by Army administration and Property Committee – as requested.
8. Miscellaneous – It is understood that, as an employee of The Salvation Army, there may be occasion for the addition of other responsibilities as needed, per the direction of the Cops Officers.
SPECIAL SKILLS, CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
• Strong organizational skills
• 4 years of experience in the field of building maintenance
• Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
• Valid Motor Vehicle Driver’s License in good standing
• Ability to drive 12 passenger van and pass required Salvation Army driving test