Central Plant Assistant Supervisor Duties and Responsibilities
Purpose of Classification:
Supervises the installations, repair, overhaul, and maintenance of
high and low pressure heating systems, cooling systems, and power
third in a series of four classifications. This classification
typically reports to the Central Plant Supervisor.
Examples of Duties:
- Oversees and coordinates the activities of subordinates.
- Plans and develops, assigns, and adjusts work methods and
procedures to meet schedules using knowledge of capacities and
capabilities of personnel and equipment.
- Inspects work in process to insure its completion within
allotted time limits and for acceptable quality standards.
- Trains employees in new methods or procedures and remains
alert for opportunities to effectively decrease costs.
- Prepares estimates of proposed job costs to insure the most
effective utilization of personnel and equipment.
- Initiates measures to improve methods, equipment
performance, and quality of work.
- Prepares sketches of proposed work and assists in the design
and specifications of planned jobs or contracts.
- Maintains records and files, including the approval of time
cards and absences, and submits as required.
- Assists in the preparation of capital and operations budgets
for Central Plant.
- Maintains correct stock levels of repair or replacement
- Coordinates with suppliers, contractors, engineers, and
others concerning equipment operations or maintenance.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of heating systems, cooling systems, power plant,
materials, tools, and test equipment.
- Knowledge of installation techniques of large water
chillers, gas-fired steam boilers, and pumps.
- Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices.
- Skill in operating computer energy management systems.
- Skill in reading and understanding schematics.
- Skill in analyzing large tonnage chillers, boiler systems,
and pump malfunctions from performance and test equipment
readings and determining appropriate repairs.
years of progressively responsible maintenance and repair of high
and low pressure heating, cooling systems, and pumps, which includes
a year of lead experience; OR, Completion of a four-year federally
approved technical training program in the maintenance and repair of
high and low pressure heating and cooling systems AND four years of
progressively responsible maintenance and repair of high and low
pressure heating, cooling systems, and pumps, which includes one
year of lead experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of
experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills
and abilities have been achieved. Some positions in this
classification may require Chloroflourocarbons Certification upon
employment. Some positions in this classification may require a
current Arizona driver's license upon employment.
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