Classified Title: Paint Shop Supervisor Role/Level/Range: ATO 40/E/03/OG Starting Salary Range: $22.37 - $30.78 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F 7.5 Employee subgroup: Salaried Exmpt Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus Department name: 10001599-Building Operations and Maintenance Personnel area: University Administration
The Paint Shop Supervisor is responsible for regular and scheduled painting or special projects involving dry walling, texturing, refinishing and other miscellaneous services. The Supervisor is responsible for directing and supervising the activities of the Paint Shop Bargaining Unit employees. He/she will be responsible for maintaining operating processes, measuring results, identifying and resolving problems, developing and motivating staff, and managing departmental resources. The Supervisor must be able to diagnose a variety of Paint Shop related problems, offer solutions and plans for repairs or corrections, or make independent judgments relating to work schedules and manpower requirements. He/she will also serve as liaison with external contractors to coordinate access to JHU property, equipment, and resources as necessary. This position reports to the Associate Director of Plant Operations.
Essential Job Functions:
Organize, schedule, and supervise the bargaining unit employees in the Paint Shop in order to complete assignments within quality standards.
Maintain and improve the Shop’s processes in order to increase quality and production.
Read and analyze charts, work orders, schedules, and other records and reports in order to determine requirements, evaluate the accuracy of time and costs estimates, and to manage the quality of outputs.
Diagnose and troubleshoot a variety of issues impacting painting jobs and painting projects.
Coordinate with all other departments within Facilities & Real Estate and the university to manage multiple work flows and work to critical deadlines.
Order materials, equipment, and components for the Paint Shop; maintain an inventory of materials and supplies for the Shop.
Develop a planned schedule to ensure that all painting jobs occur as necessary to maintain properties with emphasis on quality, efficiency, sanitation and safety.
Ensure contracted services are completed in accordance with JHU standards.
Develop and maintain subordinate training in order to achieve highest possible skill sets and to ensure paint methods, quality standards, and safety procedures are followed by all staff.
Provide cost and time estimates for day to day jobs and projects; coordinate with other department managers, supervisors, and subordinates to ensure that paint jobs/projects are complete on time and on budget.
Utilize the Maximo System to determine requested services and distribute tasks to subordinates.
Perform effective follow-up procedures to ensure work completed in a timely manner, to close-out work orders, and to bill requestor for completed services.
Adhere to the rules set as forth in the bargaining unit Agreement between JHU and the Union governing the interaction between University staff and bargaining unit employees.
Be proactive in identifying issues and providing solutions before disciplinary problems require greater effort to resolve.
Utilize the University’s E210 and Kronos time keeping Systems to accurately complete time and attendance reporting for subordinates.
Must be available to complete seasonal and weekend projects with a high level of craftsmanship and commitment to quality.
Must be able to respond to emergency calls and/or to direct the activities of staff.
Complete other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Carries out duties and responsibilities with minimal to no supervision.
Makes decisions and establishes work priorities for subordinate staff.
Manages and monitors the performance of subordinate staff, including participation in the hiring process and disciplinary actions.
Must be computer literate and able to read and interpret plans, specifications, and technical manuals.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
High School Diploma or GED required.
Five years of supervisory or related experience required.
Eight (8) years related experience preferred.
Additional education or training may substitute for some experience.
Ability to remain stationary for extended periods of time.
Ability to operate a computer and/or other office equipment on a frequent basis.
Must frequently communicate with others and exchange accurate information.
Ability to move about the office and campus.
Ability to lift or move objects up to 50 lbs.
This description is a general statement of required major duties and responsibilities performed on a regular and continuous basis. It does not exclude other duties as assigned.
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