Navy Exchange Services (NEX) FACILITY MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR - NORTH ISLAND in SAN DIEGO, California

Title: FACILITY MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR - NORTH ISLAND Location: United States-California-San Diego Job Number: 170002TI

Duties and Responsibilities: Prepares, plans the specifications for alterations, renovations and remodeling of existing Exchange and commissary buildings, facilities and equipment and prepares requests and justification for submission to NEXCOM.

Prepares operating statistics and cost control data for Custodial and Maintenance Departments based on plans developed for maintenance and repair work, including minor and new construction, alteration projects, replacement of existing equipment and procurement and installation of additional equipment. Forwards to Officer in Charge/Facilities Management Officer for approval. Plans, schedules and coordinates a Preventive Maintenance Program and conducts surveys and inspections for the protection of Navy Exchange and commissary buildings, equipment and vehicles as required. Prepares work descriptions and work assignments for maintenance personnel, utilizing an approved work order management system. Responsible for the custody of construction and maintenance materials, equipment and tools and determines when to replace equipment. Implements policies and procedures relating to equipment and facility preventive maintenance and work order programs issued by NEXCOM. Establishes and maintains liaison with local public works, NAVFAC engineering, Officer in Charge of Construction (OICC), commissary personnel, Facility Management Officer, NEXCOM and managers in order to ensure a smooth flow of plans, inspection schedules and general engineering assistance. Responsible for reviewing energy usage and verifying accuracy of energy costs. Implements Department of the Navy, NEXCOM or other authority’s energy conservation programs or policies. Forecasts energy costs through use of historic data and current trends. Is responsive to operating emergencies due to breakdown of equipment or other causes. Provides adequate staffing for all areas of responsibility, ensuring that a continuing program of training is accomplished; schedules work; assigns areas of responsibilities; approves leave; evaluates the work performance of subordinate personnel; consults and coordinates with the personnel office and interested managers on matters relating to hiring, transfers, promotions, discipline, grievances and terminations. Supervises a number of full-time, flex and part-time associates (administrative, maintenance, automotive and custodial staff). Supervises the efficient flow of maintenance and repair work orders through work facilities; maintenance of records and preparation of reports to be used in making estimates and in documenting action taken in the operation of the facility; reviews and revises repair and labor costs. Enforces safety and fire regulations designed to protect Navy Exchange patrons, associates and visitors, etc. May conduct safety, fire and energy conservation meetings. Performs other related duties as assigned. Works under the general supervision of the Officer in Charge who outlines policies and program objectives. Work is performed independently within the framework of program objectives, policies and procedures established by NEXCOM and other authority. Technical guidance is provided by the District Facilities Manager. Work is reviewed for regulatory and procedural compliance, in terms of overall efficiency in providing maintenance support Qualifications: GENERAL EXPERIENCE:

3 years general experience which provided the applicant with knowledge of general maintenance concepts and operational systems; material procurement and scheduling procedures; property management practices and procedures including budget and report preparation, or practical experience in trade, craft or maintenance work incorporating operation, maintenance and repair of a variety of operating equipment, buildings, utility systems, etc. General experience consisting or routine duties which did not require technical knowledge or judgement is not considered qualifying.

OR SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE: 1 year of directly related academic study above the high school level or 36 weeks of completed study in a business school or technical training institute may be substituted for 9 months of experience, up to a maximum of a 4 year bachelor's degree for 3 years of general experience.

AND SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: 1 year of progressively responsible experience which provided a background in the coordination of construction/renovation projects, cost estimating and procurement of construction/renovation project materials; management of prescribed preventive/custodial maintenance programs; equipment repairs and maintenance records keeping; establishment of scheduled inspections and construction/renovation projects; supervision of human resources; or similar work which demonstrated the knowledge and abilities needed for successful performance. Job: Skilled Trades