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|Organization:||City of Downey||Job Category:||Facilities||Job Type:||Full Time||Country:||USA||State/Province:||California (CA)||City:||Downey||Post Code:||90241||Salary and Benefits:||$7,647.81 - $9,330.36 Monthly||Post Date:||09/13/2013||
Superintendent of Maintenance and Facilities – City of Downey, CA
Performs general and technical assignments in researching, analyzing, monitoring, and reporting in fiscal, personnel, and operational areas of projects and programs within the department; organizes the approach and response to demands and needs of the operating divisions for construction, repair and maintenance of city public works systems, equipment, and facilities; analyzes federal, state, and local regulations and assures regulatory compliance; insures division compliance with city rules, regulations, ordinances and policies; develops and implements goals, objectives, policies, priorities; plans, schedules and assigned projects; coordinates staffing, training, performance standards and levels, and evaluates performance of maintenance division personnel; cooperates with employee group representatives to address operational and personnel problems and develops and implements solutions; insures compliance with safety policies and safe improvement program budgets; develops cost estimates, specifications, and recommendations on equipment purchases; participates in administering contracts; prepares project status reports; develops department policy, procedures and guidelines, and makes recommendations to the Director; investigates and responds to citizen complaints, and personnel problems and issues; represents the department and the Director when necessary to coordinate efforts with other departments, professional organizations, and outside agencies on public works projects and programs. The position requires six years of full-time municipal public works maintenance experience, including three years in a supervisory or responsible administrative capacity in addition to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering, Public Administration, or related field. Visit www.dowenyca.org/gov/hr/jobs.asp for more information.