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Facilities Fleet Manager

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Head Start Snohomish County

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Everett, WA

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DescriptionEdmonds Community College is committed to diversity, equity and social justice.The college values its talented, diverse workforce and seeks to attract, hire, and support employees who consistently and actively embrace diversity and equity.We are intentional about social justice \u2013 the active engagement toward equity and inclusion that addresses issues of institutional, structural, and environmental inequity, power and privilege.The Facility\/Fleet Manager is responsible for the maintenance of all facilities operated by Edmonds Community College Head Start\/Early Head Start & ECEAP.The Facility\/Fleet Manager ensures safe, secure and appropriate facilities and playgrounds for use by children, parents & staff.This position also oversees the leases for all of our facilities.\u00a0Additional Responsibilities include:Maintain vehicles owned by Edmonds Community College Head Start\/Early Head Start & ECEAPWork collaboratively with managers, directors, local officials, school districts, college and public safety agencies in developing and implementing emergency disaster plans for the program.Serves as contact person in emergency situationsMaintain compliance with Washington State's Department of Early Learning's facility rules and regulations, and Head Start\/ECEAP Performance Standards for playgrounds, facilities, emergency and disaster preparedness, and building health and safety as they relate to infants, toddlers and preschool childrenIdentify, establish, and maintain facility use agreements and leases in current status, ensuring adequate space to house Edmonds Community College Head Start\/Early Head Start & ECEAP staff and appropriate facilities to deliver services; maintain documentation of sameEstablish documentation\/record-keeping system to maintain Edmonds Community College Head Start\/Early Head Start & ECEAP compliance with Davis-Bacon Act of 1931 as it relates to prevailing wages\/benefits on facility projectsSecure and maintain documentation of all required permits, certifications and licenses for all vehicles, facilities and grounds required in the operation of Edmonds Community College Head Start\/Early Head Start & ECEAP programPrepare reports based on information received from the facility\/fleet monitoring, data management and service feedback systemsManages facility\/fleet services budgetMaintain fleet\/facility inventoryPurchase and procure adequate fleet and facilities supplies, materials and equipmentSCOPE OF AUTHORITYThe Facility\/Fleet Manager is a member of Management Team, which is responsible for the day-to-day operations and overall management of Edmonds Community College Head Start\/Early Head Start & ECEAP servicesParticipates in the annual self-assessment, taking a leadership role for a service area, implementing evaluation tasks, writing reports, developing corrective action plans and implementing same within a designated timeframeThe Facility\/Fleet Manager position interfaces with all Edmonds Community College Head Start\/Early Head Start & ECEAP service areas of education\/disabilities, health\/ family services, food service, enrollment, Leadership Council, technology, and organizational\/ administrative servicesThe Facility\/Fleet Manager supervises custodians and service area volunteers, signing timesheets, conducting performance evaluations with the classified employees and work task reviews with temporary hourly employeesThe Facility\/Fleet Manager participates in all Facility\/Fleet hiring, makes employment recommendations, and sees to the implementation of job descriptions providing suitable guidelines for task successThe Facility\/Fleet Manager provides oversight and is accountable for service quality and complianceJOB KNOWLEDGEThe Facility\/Fleet Manager must have knowledge of:Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, specifically accessibility guidelines for buildings, facilities, grounds and playgroundsEnvironmental protection strategies for the benefit of the children, staff, and organizationHead Start & ECEAP Performance Standards pertaining to facilities, grounds and playgroundsKnowledge of local, county, state, and federal codes, rules, regulations, and laws pertaining to building, grounds, and playgroundsKnowledge of vehicle and automotive equipment maintenance and repairSkilled in current practices, products, and technology as they relate to facility and fleet maintenance services including grounds care, custodial services, repair to facilities, vehicle, furniture and fixtures, equipment care, and security programsUnderstanding of facilities' role in the institution's educational missionAbility to plan and perform both long- and short-term facilities and fleet assessmentsBudgeting, planning, project design and implementation, operations and maintenance, and supervisionAbility to foster and maintain positive work relationshipsComputer literacy in word processing, spreadsheet and database programs\u00a0\u00a0Working knowledge of appropriate use, storage and disposal of cleaning fluids, paints, pesticides, all cleaning and chemical agents for designate space and occupantsWorking knowledge and skills in repair and maintenance, techniques to solve building, facilities, grounds, vehicle, and equipment problemsWorking knowledge of appropriate use of small hand and power tools, rug and floor cleaning machines, mops, rakes, shovels, and broomsOperating a motor vehicle in a variety of weather conditions, may require a CDLWalking over rough, uneven or rocky surfaces to perform work, possible exposure to elementsAbility to accurately complete and\/or prepare a variety of internal and EdCC forms; produces required reportsCollaborating with others to achieve a common goalHandling confidential and\/or sensitive information regarding both staff and clients in a professional manner; exercises appropriate discretion in disseminating informationUnderstanding of and adhering to policies, protocols, procedures, work plans, rules and regulations as they pertain to custodial and maintenance servicesAbility to work with staff and clients from diverse cultural, social, economic, educational backgrounds including individuals with English as a second languageMaintaining punctuality and consistent attendance\u00a0QualificationsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSBachelor's degree in a related fieldFive years of professional experience that exhibits knowledge and skills managing facility servicesMinimum of three years supervising custodial\/maintenance staff of three or more\u00a0DESIRED QUALIFICATIONSWork experience managing fleet servicesWork experience that exhibits knowledge and skillworking for and with public services, governmental agencies and\/or private, non-profit organizationsmonitoring work product and servicesestablishing and maintaining comprehensive electronic and paper tracking and records\/ data management systems\u00a0Additional InformationConditions of EmploymentHiring for this position is on the condition that the following requirements are met:\u00a0Before Starting Work:Paperwork indicating negative TB Test or clear chest x-rayProof of Tdap (Pertussis) vaccinationShow proof of a cleared Portable Background Check from the Washington State Department of Early Learning\u00a0Within three days of hire:Submit proof of US Citizenship or ability to work in US (must show original social security or Alien Registration Card\/Work Permit, as well as one piece of picture identification).Completion of all pertinent personnel\/payroll forms.\u00a0Within 30 days of hire:Receipt of official college transcripts showing education requirements met for the positionWithin 60 days of hire:Signed statement by a health provider that the employee is free from communicable diseases and physically able to perform job responsibilities.Heraldnet Jobs.Category: , Keywords: Facilities Manager

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