Facility Supervisor II
Facility Supervisor II
Massachusetts Trial Court
The Hours for this position is 3pm-11pm.
Position Summary: Working within the Facilities Management Department, the Facilities Supervisor II has overall responsibilities for maintenance and custodial functions of one or more courthouse facilities or other Trial Court facilities that have a square footage of between 100,000 square feet and 200,000 square feet. The Facilities Supervisor II supervises all maintenance staff and related work in the facilities supervised, as well as coordinates with systems personnel any installations or repairs that are completed in the facility.
Receives moderate supervision from the regional Manager of Court Facilities in performing structured but not routine work. Moderate discretion is required.
Duties: • Supervises all aspects of building operations including maintenance, repairs, and renovations by the Facilities Management Department employees and contractors;
• Supervises response to emergencies such as fires, bomb threats, disturbances or building evacuations;
• Investigates the condition of buildings, equipment and grounds, and recommends improvements in the facilities to ensure that needs are met;
• Working with the Manager of Facilities for the region, develops and implements building improvement projects as needed;
• Participates in the screening and hiring of staff, trains, supervises and evaluates performance, and recommends promotion to higher level positions;
• Working with the Manager of Facilities for the region, carries out the implementation of the Facilities Management Department Standards for Building Cleaning and Maintenance;
• Responsible for the implementation of building Green Cleaning Practices;
• Responsible for the supervision/escorting of contractors performing work within assigned buildings and ensures contractors sign in and out, as work is completed;
• Reviews work contractor’s work to ensure work is performed per Facilities Management Standards;
• Develops and tracks an inventory of signage within all buildings assigned and initiates changes as needed;
• Develops and maintains an inventory of building equipment assigned to each facility and reports to management equipment to be taken out of service/replaced;
• Maintains an appropriate inventory of building cleaning supplies and tracks usage to ensure replenishment within a timely manner. Generates replenishment orders;
• Provides direct supervision and guidance to Facilities Management staff assigned to custodial and grounds maintenance duties;
• Responsible for snow removal activities at assigned building(s) including but not limited to directing in-house as well as outside contractors;
• Prepares monthly work order status report;
• Responsible for the timely completion of on-line job requests and updates status on Maintenance Manager System;
• Responsible for the upkeep of the Maintenance Manager System to ensure in-house and/or vendor job requests are closed out when completed;
• Responsible for the upkeep of the CAMIS work order system to ensure work order are closed when work is completed;
• Acts as liaison between Facilities Management and all Trial Court Departments;
• Responsible for the delivery of outstanding customer service to all court users;
• Acts as the liaison between the Facilities Management Department and DCAMM in coordinating and executing Deferred Maintenance, Energy Efficiency and other Building Projects;
• Reviews daily cleaning checklists and ensure work was completed as indicated;
• Addresses any discrepancies with staff arising from work order review and actual condition of the facility;
• Performs related duties as required.
Minimum Requirements: These are the minimum requirements necessary to apply for the position of Facilities Supervisor II:
• Must have a high school diploma and at least 5 years of experience in building custodial
• work and building maintenance or the equivalent combination of education and experience;
• Ability to give oral and written instructions in a precise and understandable manner;
• Ability to coordinate the efforts of others in accomplishing assigned work objectives;
• Knowledge of methods followed in building custodial work;
• Knowledge of types and uses of materials, tools and equipment used in building
• Physical stamina and endurance.
To apply for this job please visit trialcourtjobs.mass.gov.