Summary: Responsible for day to day supervision and long-term planning of maintenance and repair of buildings, equipment and grounds of assigned agency. Provides oversight of Special Olympics and Custodial staff. In consultation with Network Administrator provide infrastructure oversight of all technical operations and provide oversight to the overall direction and daily operation of the Information Technology department.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: includes the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Coordinates inspection of Agency facilities and develops methods for repair and maintenance, determines priorities, initiates repair and replacement policies, formulates agency safety and security policies and procedures.
- Monitors and controls costs within assigned areas of responsibility.
- Ensure that policies, procedures and practices follow industry standards with a focus on student/individual success, customer service, data security, operational efficiency, sustainability and financial responsibility.
- Assists in resolving interdepartmental conflicts regarding agency resources.
- Assists in inventory tracking and control of agency equipment. Recommend disposal of excess inventory.
- Ensures legal compliance regarding agency records protection and assets.
- Develops department procedures, supervises and coordinates all agency remodeling and preventive repair projects, inspects buildings, premises and equipment for compliance and provides technical assistance in all areas of building, equipment and grounds maintenance.
- Prepares annual budget and exercises budgetary control for capital purchases, approves purchase of equipment and supplies, develops cost estimates, develops long range plans for agency operation and facilities, reviews specifications, proposals and contracts, monitors contracts and agreements, prepares progress report of agency projects and resolves problems, implementation of purchasing and centralization of supply controls within his/her area of responsibility.
- Maintains files, records, and all building maintenance required documentation to reflect department activity (e.g. inspections, materials used, inventory of parts and equipment) communicates with other personnel to coordinate and/or implement changes.
- Attends meetings, serves on committees, and represents department at staff meetings, assures and assists with agency compliance with E.P.A., A.D.A., HIPAA, O.S.H.A., CARF, Department of Education and Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, and also local fire, building, and health codes.
- Chair the Emergency Operating Plan committee and provide oversight for emergency preparedness and Agency security. Ensures drills are conducted and recorded in accordance in with rules and regulations.
- Responsible for oversight of the Agency’s Information Technology Department including oversight of Agency’s network and computer systems including premise equipment.
- Oversee the information technology infrastructure within the agency including oversight of technology budget, technology plan, inventory and security of computers, printers, routers, switches, firewalls, phones, IP Phones, cell phones, software, instructional and special technology, updates, etc.
- Performs other related duties as needed or assigned.
- Directly supervises the Facility Activities Manager and all staff in the Operations and Technology Departments. Supervises, makes recommendations to hire, suspend, lay off, recall, promote, discharge, assign, evaluate, reward or discipline other maintenance employees, to responsibly direct them; to adjust their grievances; or to effectively recommend such action.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university. Master’s degree preferred; minimum of 3-5 years of combined experience in building maintenance, information systems, and project management. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have experience providing support, supervision, oversight, and long term planning of an organization’s Information Technology Department with an emphasis on data security, customer service, operational efficiency, sustainability and financial responsibility.
Applicant must meet the additional requirements below…
- Must meet agency computer competency level requirements.
- Must meet agency driving requirements. May be required to drive agency vehicles. Must hold valid State of Ohio driver’s license.
- Must successfully complete a BCII background check.
- Must meet all other agency employment requirements. Must meet all requirements as outlined on the corresponding job description.
Salary: Approximately $85,000 annual; negotiable based on education and experience
Hours: Exempt Position
Available: Immediate Start
Date Posted: July 29th 2020
How to Apply: Please submit employment application and resume to email@example.com.
Questions? Please contact Katie Cantrell (Human Resources Clerk) at 330-725-7751 ext. 288
The Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities is an Equal Opportunity Employer.