- Job Category: Maintenance
- Education: N/A
- FT/PT: Full-Time
- Company: Salina Public Library
JOB TITLE: Building Manager
REPORTS TO: Department Head of Business/HR
PAY GRADE: 16
HOURS/SCHEDULE Full Time - 40 hours per week
Monday: 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tuesday: 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday: 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thursday: 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Schedules are adjusted as needed for the Library.
Weekends are required to help with emergency building needs, staff work
coverage and/or snow removal. Flex time is provided when weekend work is
STARTING HOURLY PAY : $19.44
ANNUAL STARTING SALARY : $40,435.20
paid time off
partially paid health, dental & vision insurance with
KPERS retirement plan
step increases following pay scale for staff fulfilling job
Preferred education or certification in plumbing, electrical
WORK EXPERIENCE Building maintenance experience preferred.
SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE Preferred, but not required.
The building manager position at Salina Public Library provides high quality, reliable and professional services. The position requires a person who takes pride in their work and is willing to be an overall handyperson. Knowledge of construction, plumbing, electrical, heating/cooling and various mechanical systems is required. The building manager inspects, maintains, monitors and repairs building systems and equipment including plumbing, electrical, heating and cooling, paint, walls, carpets, shelving, furniture, signage and lighting in accordance with blueprints, manuals, maintenance schedules and building codes in order to keep facilities operating and attractive. The position supervises building maintenance staff and
requires the ability to manage projects. Projects may require communicating and working with
subcontractors who provide plumbing, electrical or construction services. To be a part of our Library team, a positive attitude, flexibility and willingness to work well with everyone is required.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
The building manager must ....
utilize technology efficiently, effectively and appropriately.
be able to deal with stressful situations with tact and diplomacy.
comply with all Library policies and procedures.
have the ability to work independently and is trustworthy to work unsupervised.
be reliable. Work scheduled hours, show up ready to work on time and use breaks appropriately.
be able to manage time and projects efficiently, reliably and effectively.
be able to take direction, be honest and work with integrity.
be willing to help in any area of the Library as needed.
be detailed oriented and can handle multiple projects professionally.
supervise building maintenance staff.
cover for building maintenance staff as needed. Assist with carpet cleaning, steaming.
clean up basement areas. Hauling to dump as needed.
taking items to recycling center bi-weekly.
running errands or picking up supplies for maintenance.
organizing work areas and building areas with maintenance items.
putting together furniture, moving furniture and other necessary projects.
inspect, maintain, monitor and repair building systems and equipment including plumbing, electrical, heating and cooling, paint, walls, carpets, shelving, furniture, signage and lighting in accordance with blueprints, manuals, maintenance schedules and building codes in order to keep facilities operating and attractive.
completing moderate repair work: plumbing, electrical, heating/cooling system, mechanical systems and construction. Drywall & painting.
be able to manage projects with subcontractors. Reporting updates to appropriate staff.
be able to communicate and work directly with plumbers, electricians, construction workers, elevator repairman and door repairman.
maintain a budget and ordering necessary materials/supplies.
make sure maintenance is performed on Library vehicles.
replace light bulbs throughout Library buildings. Managing timing systems and scheduling
have an awareness of all breaker boxes.
read and understand blueprints for all areas of Library buildings.
replace filters in all systems on a regular basis.
keep the buildings inside and outside impeccable.
lawn care / mowing / watering as needed.
assist with snow removal/ ice melt.
make sure the Library grounds/buildings are safe for patrons and staff access.
make sure fire extinguishers are maintained appropriately and overall safety systems are monitored and checked as required.
follow all safety requirements.
complete monthly maintenance on Library buildings.
other duties as assigned.
meet twice monthly with the Director to provide project, building and overall work updates.
Valid Drivers License.
Pre-employment drug screen. (post-employment drug screen may also take place)
Pre-employment background check.
Basic keyboarding skills.
The ability to work with a variety of technology equipment and applications. Applications include, but not limited to HVAC, documents, spreadsheets, internet browsers, email, and Google Drive.
Ability to use tools and understand blueprints.
Demonstrate professional behavior and wear professional clothing in adherence to the dress code policy.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS / WORK ENVIRONMENT
Typically moderate physical work. At times physical work is at a high level.
Lifting, carrying and pushing up to 100 pounds with or without assistance.
Constant lifting, carrying, standing, walking, bending, climbing stairs, twisting, reaching, pulling and pushing. Climbing onto building roofs. Using ladders.
Work inside and outside. Working in a variety of weather conditions.
Cleaning chemicals and other building/equipment chemicals.
Noise level can be high at times.
Speech and hearing abilities to maintain communication with patrons and co-workers.
Vision to read and interpret reports, written documents and technology communications.
May assist with Library bookdrops or event setups on or off site.
*The above position information is intended to describe the duties of an employee in general terms and does not necessarily describe all of his/her dutiesor responsibilities.
HOW TO APPLY
Go to salinapubliclibrary.org/jobs and complete the online application.
Attach your resume.
Position start date March 16, 2020. First review of applications will begin the week of February 18, 2020 with interviews to follow.
(A quick video introduction of yourself with an explanation of why you would like to work at Salina Public Library, is also appreciated but not required. This can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org .)
If you have additional questions, please contact Sandy Wilcox, Department Head of Business/HR
email@example.com . 785-825-4624 x2228
Position is open until filled.
Please be sure to mention you found this position on KansasJobsLink.com
Salina Public Library
301 W Elm
Salina KS 67401