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Douglas County Government Facilities Technical Systems Supervisor in Castle Rock, Colorado

This is specialized supervisory work performing, planning, implementing,coordinating, and supervising all electrical, HVAC/mechanical,building automation, building systems, and indoor air quality operationsfor all Douglas County Facilities. This position will supervise, performduties, provide training and support for all the technical systems staff.Hours: Tuesday to Friday 6:00a - 4:30pESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (The following examples areillustrative only and are not intended to be all-inclusive.)Supervises and performs work assigned to the technical systems staff andparticipates in the hiring of subordinate staff. Conducts and/or coordinatesorientation, training, and ongoing education programs for all security andbuilding infrastructure staff. Provides instructions and guidance,coordinates work schedules, and approves time-sheets.Responsible for all maintenance and operational programs to ensure maximumlife and reliability of all electrical, HVAC, building control systems,and the communications infrastructure for all Douglas County facilities.Maintains required accident reports and emergency reports relating to facilitymaintenance matters, maintains current and historical planned maintenancerecords.Responsible for the design, maintenance, and installation of electricalsystems, HVAC and building automation systems, distributionclosets/racks, fire alarms, generators, and low voltage/data cablingfor all Douglas County facilities.Document and inventories maintenance requirements for all electrical and HVACequipment. Establishes and administers an effective planned maintenanceprogram.Responsible for the design drawings/schematics layouts, building, andinstallation of distribution boards. Also includes the design, layout,fabrication, and installation of HVAC systems.Monitors, tests, and investigates indoor air quality and energy usage ofall County facilities.Maintains accurate and timely facility maintenance expenses and maintenance ofmanagement records and files. Assists in the administration of miscellaneouscontract programs. Oversees inventory control programs and systems to ensureaccuracy. Purchases parts and supplies required within the area ofresponsibility and approved budget guidelines.Assist Facilities Manager with annual budget preparation.Maintain a safe work environment by following codes, standards, and legalregulations.Assists in the administration of miscellaneous contract programs.Oversees inventory control programs and systems to ensure accuracy.Performs other duties as assigned.SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Periodic supervision is received. Work is performedindependently.SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: This position supervises the JourneymanElectrician, Building Systems Technicians and Senior HVAC Technicians.Responsible for evaluation of staff and works directly with the FacilitiesManager and Facilities Director as necessary regarding hiring,termination, disciplinary issues, etc.INDEPENDENT JUDGMENT: Independent judgment is based on prior knowledge andexperience to reach decisions within given guidelines. Acts independent inmost cases.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: A high school diploma or GED supplemented byfive years' experience on or with facility mechanical systems, electricalsystems, and new construction including supervisory experience. Acombination of education .and. experience may be considered.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:Knowledge:Knowledge of the approved methods and practices involved in theinstallation, construction, repair, and maintenance of a variety ofelectrical, mechanical, and HVAC equipment.Knowledge of materials available and used for electrical, mechanical, andHVAC installation projects.Working knowledge of state and local ordinances and codes and constructionpractices to maintain safe County facilities operating systems.Knowledge of objectives, procedures of operations, and maintenance activities.Knowledge of construction management and practices rela