Maintenance Supervisor

Company Name:
Presence Health
The Maintenance Supervisor provides coordination, supervision and direction of all operations related to facilities in the Senior Services division. Supervises and actively participates in the planning and scheduling of maintenance and repair work, such as plumbing, masonry, carpentry, painting, electrical work and gardening. Ensures the continuous, efficient and safe operation of all boilers, refrigeration, air conditioning systems, fire systems and equipment necessary for the operation of Nursing Homes and Retirement Centers and future additions or alterations including the coordination of staff and equipment. Assigns crews to specific jobs and spot checks work to be certain all workmanship meets standards and that safety and applicable building standards are not violated. Coordinates activities with other departments to insure safe and effective operation while keeping with the Presence Health Care Core Values, Culture of Excellence and Standards of Performance.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Maintains time records, shift/vacation schedules; required log sheets and operating data; assist in routine calculations necessary for economical and efficient operation of the central plant, to include allied devices, controls and systems for the Plant Operations Department.
2. Coordinates operations, e.g., shut downs, and accompanies/assists inspectors during these operations reporting all corrections to the Division Director of Plant Operations.
3. Schedules preventive maintenance procedures and maintains appropriate records, including the coordination of efforts in obtaining assistance from shop personnel in performing specific repairs.
4. Performs fire and disaster duties as required. Conducts periodic drills as required by regulatory agencies. Ensures the serviceable condition of the sprinkler system, fire equipment and appliances, making periodic inspections of same.
5. Conduct periodic rounds of campus to check progress of maintenance projects, facility equipment, ensuring that various systems are functioning. Confirming workmanship meets standards and is in compliance with safety/building regulations.
6. Supervises department employees for Plant Operations. Monitors/evaluates ongoing performance, conducts performance reviews, orients new hires to the facility, trains, counsels and disciplines employees. Prepares time records for payroll every two weeks and maintains records regarding staff attendance including PTO, UPTO, EIB, leaves of absence, etc.
7. Control monthly budget and maintains pertinent records for the department.
8. Submit monthly reports to the Division Director of Plant Operations to include work accomplished and the status of on-going operations for the facility.
9. Acts as the Facility Safety Officer. Conducts the required Safety meetings for their assigned facility.
10. Participates in performance improvement activities
Other Responsibilities:
1. Adheres to downtime procedures.
2. Adheres to established departmental policies, procedures, and objectives.
3. Performs both essential and non-essential job functions in a safe manner as identified by Resurrection Health Care.
4. Demonstrates an understanding of and models the mission and core values of Resurrection Health Care through behavior and attitude.
5. Enhances professional growth and development by accessing educational programs, job related literature, in-service meetings, and workshops/seminars.
6. Performs other related duties as assigned.
7. Attends scheduled meetings with employees and in the absence of the Division Director of Plant Operations.
8. Observes and enforces all operating and safety regulations necessary for the protection of plant equipment, fire systems, property and personnel.
9. Maintains established department/Senior Services policies, procedures, directives, quality assurance, safety, environmental and infection control standards appropriate to this position
Job code 135803
Please apply online: http://careers.presencehealth.org/jobDescription.cfm?jobId=10029484

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