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Denver Public Schools 44960 SUPERVISOR, SHOP in Denver, Colorado

Apply Here: HILLTOP, CENTRAL, NorthwestTraditional 235 work daysFTE: 1.0Salary Range: $59,355 - $71,923Please review the following link to see benefit information.Essential Functions and Objectives:Responsible for the day to day stability of a specific unit within thedepartment. Directs and monitors the work effort of others to ensure the teamoperates smoothly and efficiently.Supervises and coordinates personnel and the repair and maintenance ofDistrict vehicles.- Ensures completion of daily activities; directs and supports the team'swork efforts, maximizes productivity and achieves short term goals. Improvesthe team environment; plans, evaluates, and guides the behaviors ofdirect repo- Decides how work gets completed, based on what work is prioritized bymanagement. Sets the team up for success by establishing: goals, actionplans, deadlines, and standards. Tactfully assigns work to the teamaccording to aptitude, skills, work load and interests.- Closely tracks efforts to confirm work is performed according tostandards; checks progress, evaluates accuracy, discovers deviations andidentifies solutions.- Leads and influences the team's best work by serving as an escalationpoint, solving routine problems, preventing conflicts, and giving directfeedback. Provides instruction and guidance to ensure full understanding ofdesignated activities.- Provides ongoing opportunities to help improve daily work skills; educatesnew team members, hosts meetings, mentors, and allows showcase ofstrengths. Ensures compliance with district by implementing and enforcingstandard practices and procedures.- Maintains a close relationship and regularly discusses workload anddeadlines with the team. Report status to team members and managers,including cost, scope, quality, time, performance, and output tocreate a positive team atmosphere and keep everyone informed.- Schedules inspections of District vehicles, responds to vehicle repairrequests, and ensures that repairs are performed as quickly as possible andthat all equipment is operational.- Maintains training, Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) testing, andcertification records, ensuring that the District is in compliance withsafety regulations.- Tracks, schedules, and records maintenance activities utilizingcomputerized data; performs skilled repair and maintenance operations usingpower tools and equipment; communicates fleet maintenance schedule andconcerns with lead supervisor and fleet manager; conducts quality assuranceinspections of fleet; and road tests vehicles to verify repairs.- Coordinates the outsourcing of repairs to external labor by estimating thecost of repairs, reviewing service bids from vendors, obtaining purchaseorders for repair costs, and monitoring quality of repairs completed byvendor.- Participates in budget preparation and administration; coordinatespurchasing and documentation; tracks warranty repairs to ensure that theDistrict is not charged for items covered under the manufacturer'swarranty; and monitors departmental expenditures, notifying supervisor ofextraordinary expenses.- Creates an adequate and safe work environment by inspecting and monitoringwork areas and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE); examiningtools, equipment, and inventories; and providing employee safetytraining to prevent, detect, and correct unsafe conditions or violationsof procedures and safety rules.- Maintains employee files; verifies employee schedules: and reviews workperformance, offering counsel and corrective action as needed.- Conducts new shop employee orientations and schedules training opportunitiesand on-going education for District technicians, ensuring that alltechnicians are current in the latest technology, diagnosis and repair skills.- Serves as an on-call maintenance responder and coordinates on-call withmaintenance personnel.- Executes contingency plans during inclement weather operations.P