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Building Services Assistant Manager IV (Shift 2)

MONTGOMERY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
CLASS DESCRIPTION
OFFICIAL TITLE: Bldng Svc Asst Mgr IV Sh 2 CODE: 7305 SQ/OQ: Optimal Qualified
WORKING TITLE: Building Services Assistant Manager IV (Shift 2) GRADE: 13 MONTHS: 12
SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF CLASSIFICATION: Employees in these classes are assigned to the shift working the later afternoon, evening, and night hours, and are responsible for the cleanliness, upkeep, and security of the facility to which assigned while on duty. At the direction of the building service manager, supervises workers performing assigned afternoon and evening cleaning duties. The size of the staff supervised varies with the size and complexity of the school. Typically, incumbents represent school administration when interacting with staff and community groups authorized by school staff and by ICB administrators to use classrooms and other facilitates after regular school hours. The assistant manager's classification and pay grade is determined annually based on factors such as facility size, projected facilities use and the number of relocatable classrooms, but, may not exceed the pay grade of the facility's building service manager. Special instructions and general supervision are received from the school's building service manager who has overall responsibility for the school's cleanliness and general upkeep.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION STANDARDS
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Considerable knowledge of methods, materials, and practices used in building service work, and the proper use and care of mops, brooms, scrubbing brushes, waxing machines, and related equipment; working knowledge of the safe efficient procedures for operating central heating plants and the ability to make minor adjustments and service repairs to the equipment. Thorough knowledge of building security procedures. Ability to train, assign, supervise, and inspect work of subordinates; ability to maintain records of time and materials, and to prepare routine reports and records. Ability to work with students, teachers, school leadership staff and the general public. Knowledge of and the ability to meet the seven core competencies of the Supporting Services Professional Growth System (SSPGS).
EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE: Completion of the ninth grade required. High School or GED diploma preferred. Varied experience of increasing responsibility in the cleaning and general upkeep of a school building required. Some positions require a proportionately greater amount of additional experience in the responsible supervision of building service personnel. Other combinations of applicable education, training, and experience which provide the knowledge, abilities, and skills necessary to perform effectively in the position may be considered.
CERTIFICATE AND LICENSE REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a current valid boiler certificate and stationary engineer's license indicating proficiency in the operation of low-pressure boilers preferred. Satisfactory completion of training activities established for these classifications.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: (Special requirements such as lifting heavy objects and frequent climbing.) Sufficient physical strength and freedom from disabling defects to permit the lifting and moving of heavy objects (minimum 50 lbs.) and to perform manual labor.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: (Frequent overtime or night work required, etc.) Employees in this classification are considered emergency personnel and are required to report to buildings during inclement weather and may be required to report to other locations to assist staff in emergency situations. Frequent overtime or night work may be required. Employees are provided uniforms and must wear proper attire. Employees must provide a current working telephone number to their supervisor, and update the telephone number on file, as necessary with their supervisor.
OVERTIME ELIGIBLE: Yes

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Assures that the school building is clean and in good condition and that the grounds are policed and in good condition by frequent inspection to assure continuance of acceptable standards of cleanliness, sanitation and security.

2. Assists building service manager in scheduling and assignment of work stations for building service workers on an assigned shift and participates in the evaluation of assigned staff.

3. Reports employees' work hours

4. Supervises the work of building service shift personnel and participates in general cleaning operations: buffing floors, and removing trash from buildings.

5. Removes or requests removal of hazardous materials or conditions.

6. Assists in the cleaning and general upkeep of a school plant.

7. Makes efficient and productive use of materials and manpower by instructing employees in the proper use of time, supplies and equipment, requisitioning and distributing supplies and prescribed methods of cleaning classrooms, lavatories, offices, and other building sections.

8. Assists in training building service staff.

9. Regularly checks all areas to insure that they are properly cleaned and that restroom supplies have been replenished.

10. Maintains conditions necessary for occupant comfort, monitoring and adjusting heating and air conditioning equipment, grounds, lawns, shrubbery, walkways, parking areas, and the building in general.

11. Identifies and requests needed repairs or makes emergency repairs and/or adjustments where possible.

12. Checks operating conditions of boilers and other heating, air conditioning, and ventilating equipment; make minor adjustments and routine servicing repairs, maintains time and materials records and prepares routine reports.

13. Assures that all equipment is clean and in proper working order.

14. Maintains adequate security and safety conditions through proper opening and closing of buildings and grounds; checks to see that windows and doors are locked and that no unauthorized persons enter the premises.

15. Oversees implementation of required security procedures when required to do so.

16. Interacts with user groups and all staff moving furniture and equipment to prepare the facility for evening and the next day's use.

17. Confers with building service manager and school staff regarding special activities to be held during evening hours; supervises and participates in the setting up and taking down of chairs and tables.

18. Represents the school administration during the evening interacting with facilities users answering questions, monitoring proper facilities use, troubleshooting and resolving problems.

19. Performs a variety of related work as required.

Class Established: 11/67
Date(s) Revised: 1/70, 9/74, 7/87, 1/89, 11/89, 7/92, 7/01, 7/06, 2/2008, 12/12, 9/13, 2/1411/13
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This description may be changed at any time.

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