Under general direction; to plan, organize and direct the staff engaged in maintenance, repair and custodial operations for the California Army National Guard facilities located in assigned geographical areas; and perform other related work.
Independently manages operations for the California National Guard facilities in a given geographical area; based on National Guard requirements recommends the programming of maintenance alterations and repairs of assigned facilities; supervises Maintenance Mechanics, Armory Custodians and clerical staff to insure compliance with facilities management policy and procedures, State laws and rules, and union contracts; provides consultative services related to the leasing of National Guard armories; assigns and reviews work, gives instructions, maintains discipline and resolves build1ng and grounds maintenance problems; conducts frequent visits to each assigned armory facility and performs detailed inspections; performs State property audits; inspects all ongoing contract work; selects and trains personnel for all positions in assigned area; accomplishes additional assignments as directed by the California National Guard headquarters.
One year of experience (in California state service) performing supervisory duties comparable in level of responsibility to those of a Supervisor of Building Trades or Utility Shop Supervisor with primary responsibility for building management.
Two years of building management experience, one year of which shall have involved the management of a large office or institutional building (of at least 100,000 square feet) involving public contacts and responsibility for maintenance and custodial staff.
Knowledge of: Principles of effective supervision, organization, and management (including method, material process and equipment involved, principles and practice of safety, engineering, fiscal management, cost accounting, and budgetary procedures); methods of estimating costs of labor, material and overhead for building and construction; familiarity with Affirmative Action Program including Department objectives and the processes available to meet affirmative action goals.
Ability to: Read, write and speak English at a level required for successful job performance; analyze situations and adopt an effective course of action; make cost analysis; interpret and develop product material specifications; estimate the cost of materials and labor involved in making alterations; give interpretation and guidance regarding building codes and regulations; make determinations based on inspection and test reports; write clear and comprehensive statusreports and correspondence; effectively contribute to the Department's affirmative action objectives.
Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain good interpersonal relationship with those contacted in the course of the work; willingness to act independently, flexibility, tact and emotional stability; wi1lingness to travel and work irregular hours.
Knowledge of California Army National Guard organization, mission and logistical requirements. Education equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade.