The Community Maintenance Superintendent is responsible for the preventative and reactive maintenance as it relates to their community which makes up approximately 600,000 to 1 million square feet of residence halls, dining operations and event space; manages 8-10 multi-skilled tradespeople; creates, plans, and implements preventative maintenance programs; serves as technical advisor; prioritizes community needs and consults with district and community peers on shared services; prioritizes scheduling related to community operations; manages stakeholder relationships; negotiates program and project costs with internal and external vendors; approves purchases and manages appropriate inventories and controls; researches, negotiates and plans for yearly programming and projects; crease yearly budget proposals; investigates and reports on failed services; analyzes and reports on yearly results and outcomes to leadership.
Bachelor's degree or an associate's degree and two years of experience in Facilities Management or related field or combination of education and experience; previous management experience in the maintenance field; experience in the maintenance of Electric, Mechanical or related shop and equipment.
At least two years of leadership experience and five years of technical experience; education or experience related to fiscal management; intermediate computer skills, proficient in Word and Excel; exhibited outstanding customer service related skills and relationship management.
Target Salary: $55,000.00 - $65,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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