Job no: 499046
Supervises the Electrical Shop, electrical preventive maintenance program, repairs of university facilities or equipment which require specialized training in the electrical trade. Directly supervises at least nine (9) classified staff. Hours for this position are Monday through Friday, 7:00 am to 3:30 pm.
Supervises nine (9) or more skilled trade personnel in shop; assists in enforcing policies and procedures; establishes schedules and assigns tasks; monitors and evaluates performance; makes recommendations regarding discipline.
Assists with overseeing shop operations; sets priorities and schedules projects; prepares cost estimates.
Reviews completed work of employees and contractors; ensures that any needed changes or corrections are made.
Researches and evaluates new materials and equpiment; makes recommendations regarding purchase.
Maintains inventory of parts and supplies; reorders as necessary; maintains department records and work orders.
May assist in maintenance and repair work as needed.
Requires 18 months training beyond high school in a skilled trade and four years of experience in that trade, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Driver's license required.
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