|Facility Maintenance Manager II|
Facility Maintenance Manager II
Company : State of Nebraska
Salary : $29.81 - $31.30 an hour
Location : Nebraska
Before we dive into what we need, let us show off what you get!
- Workplace flexibility
- 13 paid holidays
- Vacation and sick leave equating to 24 days your first year, accruing immediately
- Military leave
- 156% (that's not a typo!) state-matched retirement
- Tuition reimbursement
- Employee assistance program
- 79% employer paid health insurance plans
- Dental and vision insurance plans
- Employer-paid $20,000 life insurance policy
- Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PLSF) through the Federal government
- Wide variety and availability of career advancement as the largest and most diverse employer in the State
- Opportunity to be part of meaningful work and make a difference through public service
- Training and Development based on your career aspirations
- Fun, inviting teammates
- A safe and secure environment
At the State, we stand by our core values of treating others with dignity and respect, acting ethically in all situations, and creating an environment where our customer is our top priority. Apply to join our team today!
Nebraska State Office Building; 301 Centennial Mall South
Under general direction, performs responsible supervisory, administrative, and managerial work in the operation and maintenance of a large state facility or multiple building complexes located at various sites around the state. Incumbents supervise the work of subordinate supervisors who are responsible for overseeing construction, installation, maintenance, and repair tasks. This position requires travel. Performs related work as required.
REQUIREMENTS: Three years of experience in the building maintenance trades, including one year of experience supervising others engaged in trades work.
OTHER: As such, the incumbent must be able to present a valid driver’s license or another form of reliable transportation. Regular and reliable attendance is required.
Skill & Knowledge in: communicating with employees, contractors, and the general public; identifying problem areas, developing solutions, and coordinating corrective procedures; recognizing hazardous conditions and making necessary corrections; organizing a diverse group of people/work unit. Ability to: formulate, implement, and enforce policies, rules, and regulations; establish and maintain long range maintenance and restoration programs; develop and monitor contracts for maintenance and repair to outside contractors; establish and maintain good landlord/tenant relations to building/facility tenants; plan, organize, and effectively supervise the work of staff with a variety of skill levels in the various building and mechanical trades; delegate the work to others to maintain an efficient workflow; coordinate various multi-trade functions including private contractors; recognizing hazardous conditions and making necessary corrections.