Series established August 13, 1981
This series specification describes the two supervisory levels used by the District Agricultural Associations to supervise maintenance operations.
Incumbents in these classes plan, organize and direct the work of a staff of maintenance workers and others, including volunteers; inspect all contract work being done on the grounds to ascertain that it meets the terms of the contract agreement; direct the maintenance and operation of the facilities in connection with the presentation of a wide variety of shows, exhibitions, and meetings; check with clients to ascertain needs for particular events and plan and prepare the needed facilities and operations staff required for clients' specific needs; assist in programming and planning for additional facilities or for repairs or modifications to existing facilities such as construction, plumbing and electrical work; prepare preliminary estimates for work to be done and make recommendations on needed changes; prepare specifications for minor construction projects and supervise the work; supervise the requisitioning, accounting for, and storage of materials, supplies, tools and equipment; direct the operation and maintenance of motor equipment used in connection with buildings and grounds maintenance; direct enforcement of fire and safety codes and protection of patrons and property; make special studies relating to improvements in operations and reduction of costs; secure, train, and evaluate the performance of employees and take or recommend appropriate action; maintain labor and materials records and blueprint files; prepare operating schedules and review time and materials charges; prepare reports and correspondence; and develop and maintain a good working relationship with users of the fair and the public.
Degree of supervision exercised; size of District Agricultural Association; level, variety and complexity of work.
This is the full supervisory level over maintenance crews in a large fair; or acts as principal assistant to a Maintenance and Operation Supervisor II in the largest district agricultural associations.
This level is responsible for directing the maintenance and operations of�all properties and facilities of the largest district agricultural associations.
One year of experience in California state service performing the duties of a Senior Maintenance Worker, District Fairs.
Three years of experience performing semiskilled or skilled maintenance and repair functions of buildings and grounds, at least one year of which shall have been in a supervisory capacity over a staff performing maintenance and repair work of grounds and facilities.
One year of experience in California state service performing the duties of a Maintenance and Operations Supervisor I, District Fairs.
Two years of experience in California state service performing the duties of a Senior Maintenance Worker, District Fairs.
Four years of increasingly responsible experience performing a wide variety of skilled maintenance and repair functions, two years of which shall have been in a supervisory capacity over a staff performing maintenance and repair work of grounds and facilities.
Knowledge of: Problems and practices in the operation and maintenance of extensive grounds and buildings; kind, quality, and amounts and materials, supplies, tools and equipment required in maintenance and operation of fair facilities; operation and maintenance of motor equipment used in buildings and grounds maintenance; methods used in purchasing, storing, and issuing equipment and supplies; methods of heating, lighting and refrigeration; ventilating of large buildings; requirements, methods, and practices of common building trades and crafts; provisions of fire, safety, sanitary and�building codes applicable to fair facilities; principles of effective supervision and management; sound amplification and communication requirements; the division's Affirmative Action Program objectives; supervisor's role in the Affirmative Action Program and the processes available to meet affirmative action objectives.
Ability to: Plan, organize, and direct the work of a staff of maintenance workers in maintaining a District Agricultural Association; assemble and prepare budget information, cost estimates, plans and specifications for construction and maintenance problems; read, interpret, and work from plans, drawings and specifications; determine personnel requirements for specific projects; prepare reports and correspondence; establish and maintain cooperative relations with the public of users of the fair; analyze situations accurately and take effective action; effectively contribute to the division's affirmative action objectives.
Willingness to work irregular or unusual hours and to be subject to call as required.
Education equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade.