BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR (HVAC) 63210
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS
The work involves responsibility for supervising the operation, maintenance, preventative maintenance, and repair of a large building or buildings in such areas as mechanical, electrical, carpentry, and plumbing, including heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems equipment as well as operations and control of these systems as they relate to energy consumption. General supervision is exercised over a substantial number of skilled and semi‑skilled workers. Work is performed under the supervision of an administrative superior who provides general directions regarding building upkeep and repair. Does related work as required.
TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES
Supervises, assigns and reviews the work of personnel engaged in mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, plumbing, carpentry and other skilled and semi-skilled tasks and in the general maintenance and repair of buildings or facilities.
Establishes comprehensive preventative maintenance programs for building maintenance and for HVAC systems and equipment, inclusive of related electrical and pneumatic equipment.
Supervises repair of buildings and building machinery.
Selects and requisitions essential supplies of materials.
Monitors and adjusts the operation of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems for all buildings through a computerized energy management system and adjusts such system to optimize the consumption of electrical energy.
Makes regular inspections of buildings and equipment.
Identifies need for repair or replacement of major equipment.
Prepares and submits payrolls and budget estimates.
Trains building maintenance personnel in safe and efficient methods of performing work.
FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS
Thorough knowledge of maintenance and repair procedures as they relate to the upkeep of large buildings.
Thorough knowledge of operation, maintenance and repair of building equipment including HVAC systems.
Good knowledge of basic principles of plumbing, painting, plastering, masonry, carpentry and the electrical and mechanical building trades.
Working knowledge of administrative procedures and practices.
Working knowledge of New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Hazardous Waste Procedures and Building Safety Codes.
Ability to plan, assign, schedule, and supervise the work of skilled tradesmen, and semi-skilled and unskilled workers.
Ability to estimate cost, labor, time and materials, and to keep accurate records.
Ability to make, interprets, and works from technical plans.
Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.
Two (2) years of permanent non-competitive class status in the title of Maintenance Worker II.
Five (5) years of work experience, or its part time equivalent, in building maintenance, which must have involved building trades and preventative maintenance of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and equipment, two (2) years of which must have been in a supervisory capacity.
12/86 Date of Original Composition