Maintenance Supervisor

Job Summary
The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the upkeep of the facility, including the building, building systems and grounds. This employee plays a key role in the safety program of the facility.
High school diploma or equivalent preferred. Minimum or two (2) years physical plant and equipment experience in an institutional environment with supervisory or management responsibilities.
Current knowledge of stat and federal laws and regulations that apply to practice of laundry and housekeeping work in long term care.
Strong organizational and analytical skills; oral and written communication skills.
Working knowledge and ability to apply professional standards of practice in job situations.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Demonstrates competence in application of mechanical and technical concepts to facility plant repair and maintenance projects.
Able to maintain all essential mechanical, electrical and patient care equipment in a safe operating condition.
Demonstrates sufficient knowledge of basic math to perform essential functions.
Technical knowledge and analytical ability to diagnose and repair equipment malfunctions.
Sufficient interpersonal skills to interact with facility staff and residents to answer questions and to make prompt efforts to resolve grievances.
Able to apply building and safety codes to facility situations and maintenance procedures and to establish criteria to assure that services provided meet acceptable standards of quality.
Participates and oversees as needed with departmental budget, ordering supplies, and tracking inventory.
Current knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations that apply to maintenance services and records of long term care. Able to assure compliance with regulations as they relate to maintenance department.
Able to perform personnel functions including interviewing prospective staff, conducting performance evaluations that assure staff can perform essential functions of their job, taking job actions as appropriate. Able to apply facility policies to facts leading to job actions without regards to race, religion, age, national origin, sex, or disability.
Carries out all duties in accord with the facility mission and philosophy.
Responds to emergency maintenance needs promptly.
Cooperates, with other departments to identify and accommodate individual resident need and preferences. Communicates directly with resident, families, legal representatives to identify approaches that will protect and promote residents' rights. Maintains furniture and equipment appropriate to individual's needs and abilities.
Monitors the performance of maintenance staff by observing staff on all limits, on all shifts and interviewing facility staff, residents and families. Performs quality assurance functions, including compliance rounds, on daily basis to evaluate compliance with state and federal laws and regulations, and facility policies and procedures. Initiates other corrective actions as appropriate.
Develops and updates maintenance policies and procedures, as needed, that reflects the philosophy and objectives of the facility and are consistent with the state and federal regulations.

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