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Under general direction, to assist the Chief, Buildings and Grounds Division, in planning, organizing, and directing the maintenance and operation of State-owned or leased buildings and grounds; and to do other related work.
Assists the Chief, Buildings and Grounds Division, in planning, organizing, and directing the operation and maintenance program of State-owned or leased buildings and grounds; prepares Division budget; develops work measurement and staffing standards; maintains the reporting and information system; assists in planning of training programs for Division personnel; assists in the planning for major repair and remodeling of office buildings, including contract preparation and administration; dictates correspondence and prepares reports.
In the California state service, either:
1. One year performing the duties of an Office Building Manager IV.
2. Two years performing the duties of an Office Building Manager III. or
3. Three years of experience in a departmental staff position in charge of the budgeting, scheduling or planning for a statewide building construction or maintenance program performing duties equivalent in level to that of Office Building Manager III.
Four years of experience in an administrative, executive, or managerial capacity in a large organization, one year of which shall have included responsibility for or substantial participation in building maintenance and construction (buildings of at least 2,000,000 square feet), planning and organization of work relating to general management problems, and determination and interpretation of general organizational policy to supervisors and employees.
Knowledge of: Modern methods of organization; administration, fiscal management, personnel management and supervision; reporting techniques and follow-up; work scheduling; problems arising from and practices followed in the construction, operation, repair and maintenance of buildings and grounds; laws of contracts, leases, and agreements; requirements of a statewide program of buildings and grounds maintenance; modern methods of heating, lighting, air conditioning, and ventilation of large buildings; department's Affirmative Action Program objectives; a manager's role in the Affirmative Action Program and the processes available to meet affirmative action objectives.
Ability to: Think creatively and develop innovative solutions to difficult administrative problems; make administrative and organizational studies including financial needs, and prepare budget estimates for the maintenance and operation of State buildings and grounds; coordinate the work of subordinates; analyze situations and take effective action; dictate correspondence and prepare reports; effectively contribute to the department's affirmative action objectives.