Salary: $24.72-$30.18 hourly / $4,299-$5,249 monthly / Range:
DEFINITION: Under general direction, plans, organizes, and
directs facility maintenance, security, repair, and physical
operation for a large geographic area of the County; and performs
related duties as required.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Incumbents in this class are
responsible for the oversight of skilled craft work and facility
maintenance in a specific geographic area (North or South County).
This class is distinguished from the Facilities Manager by the
latter's having overall responsibility for managing the maintenance,
repair, and physical operation of all County facilities. The
Facilities Supervisor class is distinguished from Building
Maintenance Supervisor class by having facility maintenance
responsibility for a large geographical area of the County (through
subordinate-level Building Maintenance Supervisors) and by the
latter's responsibility for first-line supervision and participation
in routine facility maintenance activities.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
1. Through subordinate supervisors, plans, organizes, and schedules
2. the work of various craft workers, such as HVAC (heating,
ventilation, and air conditioning) repair workers, carpenters,
electricians, plumbers, and painters. Directs facility repairs,
installations, small construction remodeling, grounds improvement,
and maintenance projects; coordinates with other departments to
complete remodeling projects; reviews remodeling plans for energy
efficiency and proper construction methods; maintains records of
materials used; orders and purchases new materials.
3. Supervises, assigns, and reviews the work of staff; sets
performance standards and evaluates staff; reviews performance
evaluations prepared by subordinate supervisors; trains, counsels,
and disciplines staff; conducts interviews and selects staff to be
hired or promoted.
4. Ensures that County facilities comply with state, federal and
local laws, ordinances, regulations, and codes pertaining to the
5. Supervises emergency repair jobs; inspects field work performed;
plans and estimates maintenance and repair work; maintains records
of work order requests and completion.
6. Assists the Facilities Manager in preparing and administering the
division budget; monitors budget accounts and expenditures.
7. Administers security and janitorial contracts; reviews work of
contractors to ensure that work is completed in accordance with the
timeliness and standards of quality set forth in the contract.
8. Analyzes and investigates maintenance and personnel problems or
issues, and prepares and compiles written reports to the Facilities
Manager with solutions and/or recommendations.
9. Prepares worker accident reports; identifies and resolves safety
hazards for staff; arranges for employee safety training; maintains
10. Acts as the Facilities Manager in his/her absence.
1. Two years of supervisory experience in building construction,
maintenance, or repair work; or,
2. two years experience performing duties equivalent to a Building
Maintenance Supervisor with Santa Barbara County; or,
3. a combination of training, education, and experience equivalent
to one of the employment standards listed above that provides the
required knowledge and abilities.
Additional Qualifications: Possession of a valid California Class C
Knowledge of: the operations, services, and activities of a
facilities maintenance program; principles and practices of employee
supervision, training, and performance evaluation; construction
methods and practices; tools, materials, methods, and procedures
used in building maintenance and repair; basic purchasing methods
and practices; Federal, State, and local laws, ordinances, and
regulations pertaining to the building industry and safety
practices; basic math to determine materials used and estimate the
cost of projects.
Ability to: supervise a staff of trades craft workers including
assigning, reviewing, and evaluating work; read and interpret
blueprints and drawings; prepare work sketches; read and understand
agency and departmental policies and procedures; maintain records of
building maintenance and repairs; prepare simple memos using correct
grammar, punctuation, and spelling; organize work and set priorities
to meet deadlines; establish and maintain effective working
relationships with staff, vendors, and other County employees.
Knowledge of: contract terms and practices used in administering
contracts for services; inventory methods used to track materials
used and on hand; energy efficiency methods used in construction;
personal computer applications such as electronic mail, word
processing, and databases.