The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority is now hiring a Maintenance Supervisor.
As the Maintenance Supervisor you will be responsible for the supervision, planning, and directing of activities of personnel in our Residential Maintenance department.
• High school diploma or GED.
• At least 5 years of experience in general maintenance and repair work.
• Experience in the supervision of a large maintenance work force in a unionized environment.
• Demonstrated knowledge of basic plumbing, HVAC, electrical, pest control, carpentry and painting skills.
• Knowledge of PC-based software applications (Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook).
• Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license in state of residence.
• Must maintain an insurable driving record under the terms and conditions of the CMHA auto liability policy. You may have no more than 4 accumulated points in 3 consecutive years.
• Must agree to and pass a drug screen test, criminal background check, and motor vehicle check.
• Ensure the firm, fair and consistent treatment of all employees, in accordance with union contracts, where applicable.
• Adhere to Work Order System Guidelines.
• Work with the Assistant Director, Asset Management and Property Managers to establish priorities and respond to grievances.
• Coordinate activities of workers engaged in keeping buildings and grounds in clean and orderly condition.
• Assist the Property Manager by supervising the maintenance and repair of mechanical systems and physical structures of buildings.
• Assist Property Manager by overseeing safe, cost-effective and timely maintenance of properties with an emphasis on preparations for re-renting vacated apartments, emergency repairs and preventive maintenance.
• Work with the Property Manager by conducting annual assessments of CMHA’s properties to identify needed improvement and repairs.
• Inspect work areas to determine type of work required and materials and equipment to be used.
• Establish clearly defined high performance standards.
• Provide regular feedback to employees on how performance compares to expectation.
• Inform all employees of company rules, regulations, and procedures.
• Enforce safety methods and requirements, taking personal charge of unusual or difficult work situations.
• Monitor time and attendance. Assure that correct time is submitted to payroll.
• Make reports of on-the-job injuries and damage or loss of equipment and supplies.
• Keep statistical data for work groups to define and/or revise work standards.
• Travel throughout the Hamilton County to attend meetings or perform other job functions during work and/or non-work hours.
• Serve as Supervisor on call during off duty hours.
• Ensure staff’s knowledge of maintenance is up-to-date at all times.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Equal Housing Opportunities.