Frederick County Public Schools Frederick , MD 21705
Probationary employees are not eligible to apply for vacancies during their probationary period.
All education that is indicated on your application must be supported by attaching a scanned copy of your high school diploma, high school transcript or college transcript.
Location: Area 7
Hours: To Be Determined
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Education, Training, and Experience
Certification and Licensing Requirements
Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
Able to walk, sit or stand for prolonged periods. Able to perform frequent twisting, bending, climbing, kneeling, and reaching above shoulders.
Able to access elevated and subsurface workspaces via ladders, lifts, scaffolding, hatches, and manholes.
Able to work in environments subject to hot and cold temperatures and hazards such as electrical shock, airborne particulates, chemical exposure, and fall; and able to employ the personal protective equipment necessary to protect against it.
Overtime, and night, weekend, or holiday work may be required.
Respond in a timely manner to facility emergencies, including those occurring after normal business hours.
Reassignment between workgroups and worksites may occur. Work requires frequent travel between facilities.
Employees are provided uniforms and must wear proper attire.
Employees are required to use the provided personal protective equipment.
Capable of performing the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.
Regular and predictable attendance.
Please Note: Selected candidate must satisfactorily pass the appropriate medical examination and drug test for the position.
Familiarity with the FCPS policies, goals and programs.
Under direction, is responsible for overall maintenance of all schools and school facilities in a designated geographic area of the FCPS. Work of the class involves administration and supervision of maintenance activities in a large geographic area. The employee has overall responsibility for program planning and execution, directing the work of several subordinates and contractors, communicating with school administration and staff, and performing skilled work in several trades. Work is evaluated by a superior who outlines programs and departmental policies. The employee is expected to work independently in implementing the policies. The responsibilities of this classification are considered technical and administrative in nature and will sometimes require an employee to work beyond the normal workday or workweek for which the employee will receive additional compensation.
Reporting directly to the Manager, Building Maintenance, the Maintenance Area Supervisor performs the following duties:
Job Class Specific
Administers the overall maintenance of schools and school facilities in an assigned area. Operate facilities in a safe and efficient manner, and maintain and repair building systems to minimize hazards, extend facility life, and minimize disruption to student instruction.
Directs, oversees, and coordinates the operations of subordinates assigned to their team. Plans and establishes overall leave schedules.
Assigns tasks to be performed based on readiness and explains work requirements, methods, and procedures.
Analyzes and approves or disapproves requests for maintenance services; makes site visits to inspect situations.
Represents area regarding facilities requirements in review of capital budgets; categorizes projects and prepares general scope of work. Evaluate equipment and systems, and make independent and qualified decisions regarding repair or replacement of same
Approves supply expenditures and manages employees' use of procurement cards.
Advises maintenance and site-based staff on facilities matters; meets with groups regularly to provide updates.
Ensures implementation of and compliance with applicable rules and regulations affecting safety and management of operations.
Establishes means of monitoring maintenance service on an emergency basis; responds to emergencies.
Implements and oversees preventative maintenance program for assigned area; monitors work orders, labor and accident reports, and expenditures. Provides quality assurance of work performed by assigned staff.
Evaluates employees; determines training needs of subordinates and arranges for accomplishment.
Performs other duties as assigned.
FREDERICK COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER