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The Fleet and Facilities Manager leads, supervises and develops staff in a manner that ensures professionalism, strong inter- and intradepartmental communication, team building and alignment with city values. Plans, directs and provides leadership and financial oversight for equipment maintenance, fleet and facilities functions in a manner that will ensure effective administration and delivery of services to city departments. Oversees the coordination of resources to ensure the completion of maintenance and repairs of city-owned equipment. Oversees the construction, renovation, maintenance and repair of all city buildings, structures and grounds.
- Leads, supervises and develops staff in a manner that inspires professionalism, strong inter- and intradepartmental communication, team building and alignment with city values. Fosters a respectful workplace culture and champions diversity and inclusion.
- Demonstrates inspirational leadership, promotes collaboration at all levels and empowers staff to be innovative decision-makers.
- Provides effective management by appropriate supervision, delegation, coaching, and training.
- Participates in professional organizations and implements best practices where appropriate.
- Provides feedback through formal and informal performance management.
- Serves as active participant on the public works leadership team and advisor to the public works director.
- Works with the public works management team to ensure collaboration and efficient delivery of services across all departments.
- Reviews budgets and related documentation as submitted by division supervisors to ensure
that fiscal priorities are properly established and coordinated between divisions.
- Coordinates all purchasing for fleet/equipment and facilities management divisions including drafting and review of specifications for major equipment and facility upgrades.
- Develops policies and procedures to ensure purchasing and contracting best practices are used.
- Coordinates the preparation and implementation of the fleet and facilities annual budget and city CIP.
- Partners with other government jurisdictions, commissions, professional and private organizations on public works initiatives.
- Directs the operations planning and implementation of programs; monitors program performance and implements needed improvements.
Direct day-to-day vehicle and equipment maintenance and repair programs , including staffing, parts, equipment and supplies.
- Develops a schedule for equipment maintenance including priorities for repair, procedures
for maintenance operations and guidelines for contracting major jobs to private vendors.
- Establishes municipal maintenance priorities and coordinates personnel, equipment
and capital resources to ensure priorities are met in a timely fashion.
- Interprets or recommends change in City policy relating to maintenance operations and
establishes work procedures based there on.
- Establishes and implements recordkeeping and inventory control plans.
- Determines, in consultation with other city personnel, appropriate sizes and types of
equipment for purchase, lease, rent or sale.
- Maintains and repairs equipment and vehicles, as needed.
Manages the construction, renovation, maintenance and repair of all city buildings, structures and grounds.
- Oversees the solicitation, evaluation and selection of outside contractors and manages all vendor contracts including related expenditurin accordance with city standards and applicable state laws.
- Plans for space allocation and preventative maintenance to ensure facilities remain in good
repair for all city functions.
- Oversees the construction, renovation, maintenance, repair, cleaning, safety and security of all city buildings.
- Reviews and evaluates the condition of buildings and equipment in partnership with users and schedules maintenance and repairs.
- Analyzes facilities and equipment condition to determine estimated life.
- Coordinates with Human Resources Coordinator and contract safety consultants to assure all facilities and equipment are safe and meet OSHA standards.
Performs other duties as apparent or as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Facilities Management or related, or equivalent experience.
- Four years of progressively responsible experience in fleet management, facilities management or a closely related field.
- Three years of supervisory experience.
- Minnesota Class A commercial driver’s license.
- Previous contract management experience.
- Five years of public sector experience, preferably municipal experience.
To apply for this job please visit www.plymouthmn.gov.