Supervises technicians in responding to facilities general maintenance problems in multiple areas such as carpentry, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, electro-mechanical, and low voltage systems. Organizes, directs and controls the daily operations of various facilities management activities and projects. Ensures that work activities and/or projects are completed on time and within budget, where applicable. Assigns duties and follow-ups to inspect quality of work including the proper use of procedures and materials and adherence to a variety of local building codes and other standards. Ensures that employees work in a safe and efficient manner. Routinely provides advice and assistance in completing the most difficult assignments. Interacts regularly with other Supervisors and skilled trades employees, contractors, and members of hospital administration and management. Two positions available and are located in Dearborn .
Establishes employee work schedules and assignments; procures materials; reviews and provides documentation of work progress and results.
Coordinates daily work activities and/or projects of subordinates.
Ensure technicians are provided with proper information and materials about assignments to complete work activities in a high quality and timely fashion.
Performs field checks and oversight activities
Orients, trains and develops employees by establishing standards and objectives for, and evaluates the performance of employees.
Interacts with customer personnel to coordinate work and communicate project purpose, length and potential disruptions and other conditions.
Conducts material and manpower planning and documentation activities.
Develops material and labor cost estimates for corrective/maintenance work orders, preventative maintenance activities and/or systems and construction projects.
Establishes and maintains budget for facilities management department.
Participates in meetings and conducts various administration duties.
Complies with local, state and federal laws and regulations that pertain to the operation of Beaumont facilities such as The Joint Commission, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Fire Marshals, MiOSHA, and local, state and federal environmental agencies.
Able to perform all duties of technicians in area supervised. Sometimes works with tools as required to fulfill maintenance activities and work orders; system installations, operations and shut downs; and/or construction installation projects.
Investigates and responds to customer complaints about employee and/or service quality.
Maintains and contributes to a safe work environment.
Uses tools and equipment appropriately.
High School Diploma or GED required.
Minimum 2 year Associate degree required or equivalent journeyman license.
Technical or vocational school coursework of at least 18 credit hours in relevant building maintenance skills.
Four years of practical experience required.
The job requires basic skills reflecting knowledge of several technical fields where the work consists of the application of specific techniques and principles. Specific maintenance technical fields include: Plumbing , Electrical, Electro-mechanical, Carpentry, Mechanical.
Knowledge of all current facility code requirements. Knowledge of other hospital systems and standards.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills will be required in order to communicate with vendors, guests, hospital staff, management, co-workers and all other persons associated directly or indirectly with Beaumont Health.
This job requires high autonomous decision making. Assignments are received in the form of results expected, due dates and general procedures to be followed.
This job requires working in a professional office setting. You may be required to lift up to 20 pounds. You may be working indoors and outdoors in a range of temperatures that may vary from hot to cold. Bending, lifting, twisting and standing for long hours may be required.
The typical work environment involves potentially high risks with exposure to potentially dangerous situations that require adherence to prescribed safety policies, procedures and precautions.
The job requires regular operation of standard office equipment, and hand tools. The job also requires operating tools or equipment with a skill level that is typically acquired through trade or vocational school training.
Demonstrate proficiency in current Microsoft Office Suite applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, and Outlook) with the capability to master company specific software and databases and other business software. Previous CMMS experience highly preferred.