County of San DiegoSan Diego 92123
Full Time
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Building Maintenance Supervisor

County of San Diego
Full Time 5550 Overland Ave #410, San Diego, CA 92123, United States
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Overview

Job Summary
The County of San Diego is currently looking for Building Maintenance Supervisors! Some positions may receive a Locked Facilities Premium and shall be compensated an additional fifty cents ($0.50) per hour for each hour worked in a locked facility in the Sheriff’s Department.  Interviews will take place the week of October 9th, 2023, and JOB OFFERs will be made the week of October 16th, 2023. Future Salary Increases July 2024 - 6.50% increase to base pay (2.75% Across-the-Board + 3.75% Market Increase) Did you know the county encompasses an area of over 4,000 square miles and is divided into four regions containing 17 zones for maintenance purposes. This work includes preventive maintenance on essential building systems, time critical response to emergency repairs, accomplishment of unscheduled maintenance services, compliance and service quality oversight for contract support and at select County facilities.  Each zone consists of a Building Maintenance Supervisor (BMS) with a crew of Facilities Operations professionals consisting of Building Maintenance Engineers/Assistants (BME/A), Carpenters, HVAC Technicians, Electricians, Electronic Security Technicians, Welders, Painters, Masons, and Plumbers, as well as overseeing contract vendors that support their operations.  Building Maintenance Supervisors for Health and Human Services Agency have the same level of  compliance knowledge and supervision responsibility but the focus is to manage the work being completed by Department of General Services or the Property Engineers.    What does a Building Maintenance Supervisor do.... Building Maintenance Supervisors plan, coordinate and supervise the maintenance program for county facilities and or buildings.  What does a Building Maintenance Supervisor know...   - Methods and procedures required for the maintenance and repair of a variety of facility operating systems, fixtures, and equipment - Parts and materials needed to operate, maintain and repair  equipment, systems and structures - Testing instruments, equipment, power and hand tools, and diagnostic instrumentations - Safety regulations, ordinances, and laws related to facility operation and maintenance - Electrical, plumbing and building codes Still need more information, to review the complete job description. For additional information on the Department of General Services, please MINIMUM QUALIFCATIONS    1) Three (3) years of experience as a Building Maintenance Engineer with the County of San Diego, which must have included one (1) year as a lead worker or the completion of a supervisory training course; AND, two (2) different certificates in any two (2) of the following areas: electricity, HVAC or plumbing. Each certificate must be equivalent to the completion of a semester course at a college, vocational school, Regional Occupational Program or equivalent program;  OR, 2) Four (4) years of experience operating, maintaining, and repairing a variety of building or facility operating systems (e.g., electrical, mechanical, plumbing, air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems) equivalent to the level of a Building Maintenance Engineer with the County of San Diego, which must have included one (1) year as a lead worker or the completion of a supervisory training course; AND, three (3) certificates with one in each of the following areas: electricity, HVAC and plumbing. Each certificate must be equivalent to the completion of a semester course at a college, vocational school, Regional Occupational Program or equivalent program. INTERVIEW AND HIRING INFORMATION The timeline for this recruitment is outlined below.  
  • Interviews, Job Offers and Background Process begin in October 2023. Note: Current County employees may be excluded from additional background screening. 
  • Pre-employment Medical Screening: Approximately 3 days following successful background investigation results.
  • Anticipated Start Date: Start date will be based upon successful completion of medical screening or other mutually agreed upon date. 
If you are not selected for this interview process, you may have the opportunity to compete for future vacancies. The Department of Human Resources removes personally identifiable information from all recruitments. This practice, called Blind Applicant Screening, hides a candidate’s personal information that could influence or bias a hiring decision. Personal information includes name, phone number, address, gender, age and race. This process helps contribute to a fair and equitable selection process leading to a more diverse and inclusive workforce.  The most highly qualified candidates, based on the evaluation results, will be referred for an interview.  Be sure to include your experience in meeting the minimum requirements in both the Work Experience section and the Supplemental Questionnaire section of the Application. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the application Work History and/or supplemental questionnaire.  CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT As part of the County of San Diego’s pre-employment process, prospective candidates will undergo a background check (including fingerprinting) and a pre-employment medical screening prior to beginning County employment. Additional types of background investigations may be conducted based on the job-related activities of the position. Current County employees may be excluded from this process.  EVALUATION Qualified applicants will be placed on a six (6) month employment list based on scores received during the evaluation of information contained in their employment application. Please ensure all information is complete and accurate as the responses you provide on the supplemental application questionnaire will be reviewed using an automated evaluation system. If you are successful in the initial screening process your application will be reviewed individually to confirm that the information you provided is accurate and qualifying. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a qualified individual with a disability to perform the essential functions of a job, on a case-by-case basis.    As an employer of over 19,000 employees, the County of San Diego is an organization committed to veteran hiring, retention, and professional development. We recognize the contributions and sacrifices made by our veterans and value the unique expertise and leadership qualities they bring to our workforce. We strive to provide veterans with the resources and tools necessary to maximize their employment opportunities, and to assist veterans with their transition into civilian life by applying the valuable skills, knowledge and training acquired in service to positions and career paths at all levels within our large organization. Click on the resource links below to learn more about how the County of San Diego supports its veterans. The County of San Diego offerspreferential credits for military service to assist qualified applicants in transitioning from military to civilian careers with the County of San Diego.    Do you need assistance translating your military experience into civilian experience? This tool can help! The County of San Diego and its employees embrace the vision of: a just, sustainable, and resilient future for all. Our values include: integrity, equity, access, belonging, excellence, and sustainability. Each of which are infused throughout our operations. While also embracing a mission of strengthening our communities with innovative, inclusive, and data driven services through a skilled and supported workforce. Click here for more information on our  as well as our commitment to serve everyone, to build a  that will create a County that works for all.  Under California Government Code Sections 3100 - 3109, public employees are designated as disaster service workers. The term "public employees" includes all persons employed by the state or any county, city, state agency, or public district. Disaster service workers are required to participate in such disaster service activities as may be assigned to them by their employer or by law.   The County of San Diego is committed to valuing diversity and practicing inclusion because our diverse workforce is our greatest asset and our customers are our number one priority.
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