1.Oversee and direct the operations of the Electrical Shop unit, and maintain communication to ensure understanding of responsibilities to meet objectives, policies and procedures. 2.Plan, estimate and schedule corrective work requests and project work in accordance with University and FM priorities and customer needs. 3.Manage the coordination and documentation of all facility and utility systems in the Workplace Management Systems (IWMS), Archibus. 4.Manage work orders using Archibus, Google Apps, MS Office or other campus provided software. 5.Develop and implement programs, policies and procedures to meet regulatory requirements to achieve objectives. 6.Develop and implement short and long range plans relative to improving operations, maintenance, or availability of physical plant assets. 7.Maintain proper record keeping and accountability through periodic inventories, reviews and audits. 8.Prepare internal and external reports as required. 9.Prepare the unit's budget request and manage the utilization of funds received. 10.Respond promptly to emergency situations. 11.Maintain a working knowledge of facilities and systems and equipment, and prepare plans and specifications for contracted or in-house equipment repairs, replacement or service, and oversee proper execution. 12.Develop processes for proper maintenance of electrical distribution equipment and auxiliary electrical power equipment. 13.Develop processes for predictive maintenance procedures to supplement the PM process, and monitor and evaluate preventative maintenance schedules and procedures to maximize asset availability and cost effectiveness. 14.Develop and execute an annual low voltage (50V – 600V) and a medium voltage (15KV) periodic preventive maintenance program in conjunction with the Facilities Management Electrical Engineer. 15.Maintain a highly effective rapport with the various units on campus and with inspectors and contractors. 16.Partner with the Facilities Management Electrical Engineer to maintain communication with the campus stakeholders. 17.Review and develop building and departmental access plans.
Minimum Experience / Education:
Required Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma or equivalency and four years of experience in high voltage distribution operations, of which one year is supervisory; or equivalent combination of training and experience. Requires certification(s).
University Preferred Qualifications:
Graduation from high school and eight years of experience in high voltage distribution operations, including three years of supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of experience, training, and education. Must maintain required certifications.
Preferred Education Skills and Experience:
1. Five years' supervisory experience in a large maintenance organization and/or operation field (managing tasks similar to ones listed in this job description). 2. Experience addressing employee issues and performance appraisals. 3. Prior related work experience in a large maintenance organization. 4. Experience working directly with customers and contractors to determine needs while providing excellent customer service. 5. Proven ability to work in a fast-paced organization with competing and conflicting priorities. 6. Demonstrated experience delivering outstanding customer service. 7. Ability to effectively promote and manage a diverse and inclusive work place. 8. Knowledge and experience in performing and/or supporting preventative maintenance initiatives with electrical systems. 9. Working knowledge of reclaimed water and water quality testing. 10. Ability to effectively communicate the English language (reading, writing, interpretation and comprehension) required. 11. Effective skills in verbal, written and interpersonal communications. 12. Ability to use technology and keep current with developments and trends in the industry. 13. Computer literate to include knowledge and skill with Google Chrome, Microsoft Word and Excel, and willingness to learn new programs. 14. Ability to effectively work/interact with persons from different backgrounds and cultures. 15. Ability to foster and create an atmosphere of teamwork. 16. Possess the following licenses, certificates and trainings, or the ability to obtain within one year of employment:
NC State Electrical License (Current)
NFPA 70E Training (Current)
CPR/AED Training (Current)
OSHA Construction Safety and Health Training
OSHA Trenching and Excavation Training
Confined Space Training
Medium Voltage (15kV) Dead Break Elbow Termination Certificate
Medium Voltage (15kV) Cold Shrink Hammerhead Certificate 17. Valid driver's license required. The Electrical Shop Distribution Supervisor will operate assigned vehicles on and/or off campus and is required to possess, maintain, or obtain a valid driver's license upon appointment to the position. 18. Selected candidates must have the mental and physical capabilities to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations. 19. Associates' Degree. 20. Unlimited NC Electrical license.
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