AREA SUPERVISOR, REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE, Facilities, Maintenance and Utilities-Repair and Maintenance (R&M), to join the group responsible for 160 buildings of the MIT campus portfolio consisting of approximately 13m GSF (gross square feet). Will provide leadership, planning, and direction to assigned group members; assign repairs and preventive maintenance tasks to appropriate individuals and track and report on the work; update and implement planned maintenance activities; and provide superior customer service in the maintenance of MIT's buildings and systems. The position involves traversing MIT's 168 acre campus including campus field, city, and new construction sites; regularly entering and navigating all building and mechanical system spaces in order to oversee maintenance activities; and routinely accessing and conducting work in both small/confined and high spaces including roofs.
REQUIRED: a high school diploma or its equivalent (associate's or B.S. degree preferred); strong background in mechanical/electrical systems; a minimum five years of related experience; direct/related experience in repair and maintenance and/or facilities management; experience working in teams; excellent customer service, project management, and written and oral communication skills; expertise with HVAC equipment, business management, or engineering discipline; and working knowledge of computer systems, including the web. Knowledge of labor relations is desirable. Job #15392-P
The schedule for the position is Monday through Friday, 7:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.; but must also be available for off-hours emergencies and standby supervisory coverage on weekends and holidays on a rotating basis.
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