The Assistant Director Mechanical Systems is responsible for overseeing the operation, maintenance and repair of the chiller plants, chilled water loop, HVAC, boilers, fire protection systems, plumbing and underground utility piping systems by developing and maintaining effective planning, training, and supervision of staff; providing technical support with design and construction of capital projects.
Duties and Essential Job Functions:
Manages mechanical operations by ensuring quality customer service; developing procedures to ensure prompt repair when required; properly scheduling of planned maintenance; programming major equipment upgrade or replacement. Oversees and/or contributes to projects by implementing procedures for soliciting bids; awarding and approving completed work related to mechanical utilities and building controls; coordinating with other departments involved in the projects.
Provides leadership of assigned personnel by coaching, planning, monitoring and appraising job results, counseling and disciplining employees. Reviews gas and water utility rate expenses; monitors meters for significant changes indicating possible equipment malfunctions.
Meets financial objectives by preparing budgets; scheduling and approving expenditures; monitoring and reporting on cost control; conducting budget analysis on maintenance cost, labor, and equipment replacement; initiating corrective actions. Prepares project status reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Apply at via the TCU HR web portal, job number 2016-219.