LB&B Associates Inc. Facility Supervisor - 658940 in Saint Albans, Vermont
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LB&B Associates Inc. is currently seeking a Facility Supervisor in St. Albans, VT.
The On-site Supervisor shall have at a minimum a high school diploma or equivalency and at a minimum 5 years of recent (within the past 7 years) experience in directing operation and maintenance of equipment in a supervisory capacity for equipment of the approximate size, complexity, and other characteristics of the equipment to be operated and maintained under this contract.
+ Supervise the technical operations and maintenance of a particular building under this contract, supervise technical staff, and provide support to other buildings and supervisors as required.
+ Supervise technical staff, prepare work schedules, and assign specific duties. Serve as subject matter expert in the hiring of technical staff.
+ Communicate fluently in the English Language (orally and in writing)
+ Prepare and carry out building safety plans.
+ Ensure that on-site technical staff complies with security requirements. Shall have all subcontractors sign in/out whenever entering/exiting FOBs and keep a proper log.
+ Schedule, coordinate, and carry out preventive maintenance (PMs)s. Ensure that building is well maintained and remains operational at all times.
+ Ensure that facilities meet environmental, health, and security standards, as well as government regulations.
+ Timely respond to customer requests and complaints.
+ Negotiating contracts and managing relationships and coordination with vendors who service the buildings being managed.
+ Ensure that tapping into existing utilities, services, piping, ductwork, fire safety, and security system meets building policies and procedures and follows a consistent approach.
+ Carry out operations and energy plans for all buildings under this contract.
+ Ensure that testing and planned shutdowns and start-ups of systems are conducted so that the integrity of all systems is maintained.
+ Ensure that adequate testing, commission, and training occurs for all repairs, alterations, and construction projects
+ Track all building electrical and mechanical service capabilities to coordinate future tie-ins so that all systems remain balanced.
+ Prepare PM plan at the beginning of this contract, review and submit to GSA in a yearly basis. Provide an annual schedule to carry out this PM and conduct the same accordingly. Provide COR with monthly updates.
+ Document all building inspections on pertinent GSA forms.
+ Advise COR of any dangerous conditions, accidents, and any other safety conditions requiring immediate action
+ Shall be available at all times to include after-hours and Holidays to respond to emergencies within the federal facility.
+ Regularly meet COR to provide updates on contract performance.
+ Plan and conduct preventive maintenance program, keeps records and prepare reports.
+ Train new employees.
+ Repair HVAC equipment, and electrical and mechanical systems.
+ Develop work schedules and assign specific duties.
+ Control access to mechanical areas within the building. Schedule all building services activities so not to interfere with the building operations.
+ Shall be present at the assigned building at all times during normal working hours.
+ Responsible to respond and take care of all emergencies (e.g. a fire alarm activation, electrical breaker tripped, flooding, after working hours or during inclement weather or natural disasters.)
The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be ma e to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must be able to successfully complete a drug/alcohol test and criminal background check. May be required to obtain and maintain a security clearance, including successfully completing a thorough background screening.