Facility Supervisor - Electrical, Facilities Management

Portland, Oregon


Facility Job Number:
J00151f0d
 
Primary Location:
Portland, Oregon
 
Positions:
District/Regional Manager; Electrician; Facility Manager; Foreman; Maintenance Manager; Maintenance Supervisor; Project Manager; Property Manager; Superintendent
 
Sector:
Apartment Maintenance; Building Facilities; Commercial/Industrial; Manufacturing (including Sheet Metal Shops); Multi-Family; Residential/Light Commercial
 
Required Overnight Travel:
0%
 
Shift:
First Shift
 
Job Description:
This position is responsible for the development and oversight of a comprehensive electrical management and maintenance program (MEP) for Facilities Management. The position supervises staff and Contractors responsible for the electrical program. The position will also serve as the backup supervisor to Journeymen, Apprentices/Trainees, Landscapers, Wayside Cleaners, and provides oversight to Contractors responsible for inspection, cleaning, maintenance, repair, installation, and modification of TriMet's physical plant, grounds, and fixed equipment. Site responsibilities include bus stops and shelters, on-street amenities, rail platforms, transit centers, park and rides, administration buildings, and vehicle maintenance buildings. Functional areas include janitorial, landscaping and irrigation, site furnishings, building envelope, interior finishes, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, pavement and pavement markings, carpentry, masonry, signage, and specialty fixed equipment. Ensure all TriMet facility conditions comply with TriMet policies and guidelines, federal, state and local codes/regulations. Ensure a commitment to safety and regulatory compliance through effective leadership, training, and role modeling. Implement practices that demonstrate safety is a fundamental value and a priority in all aspects of work. Essential Functions: 1. Supervise work of assigned employees. Allocate resources to maximize productivity without compromising desired outcomes. Provide training direction and instruction to employees on assigned activities. Prepare and implement work schedules, programs, and procedures to align with TriMet Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)/Asset Management Systems (AMS). Prepare routine and special reports of work accomplished and time and materials expended. Effectively utilize TriMet's CMMS/AMS, written instructions, plans, manuals, schematics, specifications, field demonstrations and other resources to communicate, manage, and document work assignments. 2. Participate, develop and oversee a comprehensive electrical management program for the CMMS, including identification and tracking of all existing assets and asset conditions, maintenance, rehabilitation and replacement, development of design specifications/guidelines/management best practices, and alignment of needs with Agency practices and availability of internal and contracted resources. Monitor activities to ensure compliance with program goals and ensure production standards are attained. Keep manager and key customers informed of work progress or problems. Responsible for secondary electrical distribution and utilization systems, exterior and interior lighting systems, emergency/standby power generators and associated inverters and transfer switches. 3. Manage TriMet's Maintenance Electrical Program for Facilities and the Master Electrical Permit program ensuring adherence with all licenses and permit requirements associated with state and local laws and codes. Ensure all electrical work is properly documented and inspected. 4. Coordinate all interior "lights out" reactive maintenance requests and exterior lighting system repair requests for TriMet facilities. Participate in the planning and implementation of lighting system preventive maintenance programs. 5. Allocate appropriate authority and responsibility to team members to maximize productivity, build staff confidence and support employee development. Set and implement clear, realistic and quantifiable team and individual objectives and goals with an emphasis on safety and stewardship of public resources. 6. Understand and apply Agency policies, procedures, Union Working Wage Agreement, Federal, State, and Local codes and regulations. 7. Identify and address employee-specific performance and training needs. Provide effective coaching, counseling, and interactions to guide employees toward high work standards and performance, safety, technical excellence and stewardship of public resources. Coordinate productivity improvement process by encouraging employee creativity and involvement to find short and long-term efficiencies. Administer progressive discipline through the effective application of human relations methods, practices, and procedures. 8. Successfully manage Union contract and relationships to support a positive workplace culture and shared mission focused on service delivery and best use of public resources. 9. Coordinate with other Facilities Management Supervisors and managers to jointly manage resources and ensure consistency in technical, customer service and personnel management across work divisions. Coordinate with other departments to identify and manage potential project or operational conflicts. Provide technical support for all electrical and electronic systems, including: electrical distribution, low voltage control, lighting systems, and emergency power systems. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with TriMet and with jurisdictional partners and nonprofit service providers to enhance service delivery. Inspect/monitor work and obtain customer/stakeholder feedback to identify and address single and programmatic deficiencies. 10. Understand how to read blueprints, schematics and maps, prepare quantitative data and analyze the data to solve problems. Understand how to read construction standards, technical specifications, and building and maintenance manuals, and utilize information to create maintenance plans, improve designs, troubleshoot issues, implement best practices and create solutions to problems. Review plans and specifications for proposed projects submitted by consultants, architects, and engineers for accuracy and practicality for long-term maintenance goals. 11. Define, identify, budget, schedule and manage preventive maintenance, repair, and replacement work programs, campaigns and capital needs, utilizing TriMet CMMS/ASM. Monitor maintenance activities to ensure compliance with program goals and production. Identify and develop innovative or best practice initiatives. Prepare weekly, monthly and/or quarterly progress reports. Create departmental plans that include staffing, objectives, strategies, and key performance indicators. Conduct research and develop reports related to special projects or work assignment. Assist in capital and operating budget planning process. Administer budget for assigned area, including employee purchasing and tool/equipment control. 12. Procure and manage contracts for services and construction in accordance with Federal, State and TriMet requirements, including development of scope of work, budget and timeliness. Address contract compliance and performance issues. Determine type and nature of needed contracted services, understand and apply industry standard models, and provide ongoing compliance and oversight of contracted services. Coordinate with all construction efforts, both capital, and in-house, to ensure completed projects are completed according to specifications. 13. Be available to respond to emergency situations on an on-call as it relates to Facilities Management. 14. Work any days, hours, shifts as required by the District. 15. Perform other related duties as assigned. Position Requirements: Bachelor's degree Applied Science: Construction Trades, General Apprenticeship, Electrician Apprenticeship Technology, or related field. Must possess an extensive knowledge of high and low voltage electrical control and distribution systems, including diagnosis, and code requirements. State of Oregon Licensed Electrical Supervisor. A minimum of eight (8) years total credited experience. Five years of progressive responsibility in Facilities management to include development and oversight of electrical management systems and staff. Two years at a lead or supervisory level, supervising union and non-union employees. Possession of a valid Oregon or Washington driver's license, with an acceptable driving record. Intermediate level experience with personal computers and associated software applications required; Or any equivalent combination of training or experience.
Facility Job Number: J00151f0d
 
Primary Location:  Portland, Oregon
 
Positions: District/Regional Manager; Electrician; Facility Manager; Foreman; Maintenance Manager; Maintenance Supervisor; Project Manager; Property Manager; Superintendent
 
Sector: Apartment Maintenance; Building Facilities; Commercial/Industrial; Manufacturing (including Sheet Metal Shops); Multi-Family; Residential/Light Commercial
 
Required Overnight Travel: 0%
 
Shift: First Shift
 
Job Description: This position is responsible for the development and oversight of a comprehensive electrical management and maintenance program (MEP) for Facilities Management. The position supervises staff and Contractors responsible for the electrical program. The position will also serve as the backup supervisor to Journeymen, Apprentices/Trainees, Landscapers, Wayside Cleaners, and provides oversight to Contractors responsible for inspection, cleaning, maintenance, repair, installation, and modification of TriMet's physical plant, grounds, and fixed equipment. Site responsibilities include bus stops and shelters, on-street amenities, rail platforms, transit centers, park and rides, administration buildings, and vehicle maintenance buildings. Functional areas include janitorial, landscaping and irrigation, site furnishings, building envelope, interior finishes, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, pavement and pavement markings, carpentry, masonry, signage, and specialty fixed equipment. Ensure all TriMet facility conditions comply with TriMet policies and guidelines, federal, state and local codes/regulations. Ensure a commitment to safety and regulatory compliance through effective leadership, training, and role modeling. Implement practices that demonstrate safety is a fundamental value and a priority in all aspects of work. Essential Functions: 1. Supervise work of assigned employees. Allocate resources to maximize productivity without compromising desired outcomes. Provide training direction and instruction to employees on assigned activities. Prepare and implement work schedules, programs, and procedures to align with TriMet Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)/Asset Management Systems (AMS). Prepare routine and special reports of work accomplished and time and materials expended. Effectively utilize TriMet's CMMS/AMS, written instructions, plans, manuals, schematics, specifications, field demonstrations and other resources to communicate, manage, and document work assignments. 2. Participate, develop and oversee a comprehensive electrical management program for the CMMS, including identification and tracking of all existing assets and asset conditions, maintenance, rehabilitation and replacement, development of design specifications/guidelines/management best practices, and alignment of needs with Agency practices and availability of internal and contracted resources. Monitor activities to ensure compliance with program goals and ensure production standards are attained. Keep manager and key customers informed of work progress or problems. Responsible for secondary electrical distribution and utilization systems, exterior and interior lighting systems, emergency/standby power generators and associated inverters and transfer switches. 3. Manage TriMet's Maintenance Electrical Program for Facilities and the Master Electrical Permit program ensuring adherence with all licenses and permit requirements associated with state and local laws and codes. Ensure all electrical work is properly documented and inspected. 4. Coordinate all interior "lights out" reactive maintenance requests and exterior lighting system repair requests for TriMet facilities. Participate in the planning and implementation of lighting system preventive maintenance programs. 5. Allocate appropriate authority and responsibility to team members to maximize productivity, build staff confidence and support employee development. Set and implement clear, realistic and quantifiable team and individual objectives and goals with an emphasis on safety and stewardship of public resources. 6. Understand and apply Agency policies, procedures, Union Working Wage Agreement, Federal, State, and Local codes and regulations. 7. Identify and address employee-specific performance and training needs. Provide effective coaching, counseling, and interactions to guide employees toward high work standards and performance, safety, technical excellence and stewardship of public resources. Coordinate productivity improvement process by encouraging employee creativity and involvement to find short and long-term efficiencies. Administer progressive discipline through the effective application of human relations methods, practices, and procedures. 8. Successfully manage Union contract and relationships to support a positive workplace culture and shared mission focused on service delivery and best use of public resources. 9. Coordinate with other Facilities Management Supervisors and managers to jointly manage resources and ensure consistency in technical, customer service and personnel management across work divisions. Coordinate with other departments to identify and manage potential project or operational conflicts. Provide technical support for all electrical and electronic systems, including: electrical distribution, low voltage control, lighting systems, and emergency power systems. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with TriMet and with jurisdictional partners and nonprofit service providers to enhance service delivery. Inspect/monitor work and obtain customer/stakeholder feedback to identify and address single and programmatic deficiencies. 10. Understand how to read blueprints, schematics and maps, prepare quantitative data and analyze the data to solve problems. Understand how to read construction standards, technical specifications, and building and maintenance manuals, and utilize information to create maintenance plans, improve designs, troubleshoot issues, implement best practices and create solutions to problems. Review plans and specifications for proposed projects submitted by consultants, architects, and engineers for accuracy and practicality for long-term maintenance goals. 11. Define, identify, budget, schedule and manage preventive maintenance, repair, and replacement work programs, campaigns and capital needs, utilizing TriMet CMMS/ASM. Monitor maintenance activities to ensure compliance with program goals and production. Identify and develop innovative or best practice initiatives. Prepare weekly, monthly and/or quarterly progress reports. Create departmental plans that include staffing, objectives, strategies, and key performance indicators. Conduct research and develop reports related to special projects or work assignment. Assist in capital and operating budget planning process. Administer budget for assigned area, including employee purchasing and tool/equipment control. 12. Procure and manage contracts for services and construction in accordance with Federal, State and TriMet requirements, including development of scope of work, budget and timeliness. Address contract compliance and performance issues. Determine type and nature of needed contracted services, understand and apply industry standard models, and provide ongoing compliance and oversight of contracted services. Coordinate with all construction efforts, both capital, and in-house, to ensure completed projects are completed according to specifications. 13. Be available to respond to emergency situations on an on-call as it relates to Facilities Management. 14. Work any days, hours, shifts as required by the District. 15. Perform other related duties as assigned. Position Requirements: Bachelor's degree Applied Science: Construction Trades, General Apprenticeship, Electrician Apprenticeship Technology, or related field. Must possess an extensive knowledge of high and low voltage electrical control and distribution systems, including diagnosis, and code requirements. State of Oregon Licensed Electrical Supervisor. A minimum of eight (8) years total credited experience. Five years of progressive responsibility in Facilities management to include development and oversight of electrical management systems and staff. Two years at a lead or supervisory level, supervising union and non-union employees. Possession of a valid Oregon or Washington driver's license, with an acceptable driving record. Intermediate level experience with personal computers and associated software applications required; Or any equivalent combination of training or experience.
 

Preferred Skills and Education


Minimum Experience Required:
Mid-Career (5-10 years)
Minimum Education Required:
High School Diploma
Certifications:
 
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