POSITION TITLE: Facility Supervisor - Carlson Center STATUS: Regular Full Time SALARY: 9A $26.01/hr FLSA: Non-Exempt PCN: PR0321 UNION STATUS: 01 APEA REPORTS TO: Carlson Center Manager POSITIONS SUPERVISED: Temp Staff Facility Custodian
CLOSES: 06/13/2021 9:00PM AK
BASIC FUNCTION: Provide operational supervision of Carlson Center Facility. Provide direction to Carlson Center employees. Assist with coordination of department events.
Promote use of Carlson Center as a recreational facility and meeting facility.
Responsible for submission of work orders as needed, repair, and housekeeping of building and grounds. For example: Perform daily or scheduled duties such as sweeping, mopping, and vacuuming of floors; window cleaning; clean team room, halls, office, and restrooms; dust and clean walls, furniture, and fixtures and remove trash; and keep building grounds tidy. Set up facility for special events, including post event clean-up.
Perform replacement and re-supply of paper materials in the restrooms. Maintain inventory controls and order supplies.
Perform basic routine maintenance on facility as needed, including minor plumbing and minor building repairs.
Maintain safe grounds by observing and correcting safety hazards such as wet floors or icy sidewalks and report facility damage. Help ensure building security by being alert to unusual circumstances and by locking doors and windows as appropriate.
Provide assistance to facility patrons.
Screen, interview, and recommend selection and discipline of subordinate staff. Train, instruct, and direct efforts of subordinate staff.
Compile statistical reports. Maintain proper cash handling procedures and attendance/activity records.
Develop promotional programs to enhance use of facility, coordinate with user groups.
Assist department with event coordination and marketing.
Work with Carlson Center user groups including Soccer, hockey, and community groups.
High school diploma or equivalent and two years of facility supervision experience or three years of acceptable other experience which provides considerable knowledge of electrical and mechanical systems.
Must have and be able to maintain a valid driver's license. Must meet insurance standards and maintain insurability under the Borough's insurance program. If personal automobile is used for Borough business, proof of automobile insurance at statutory limits must be provided. (A CURRENT COPY OF DRIVING RECORD WILL BE REQUIRED UPON REQUEST).
Must possess and maintain current Standard First Aid, Adult and Child CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) certifications as recognized by the American Red Cross (or equivalent). (ORIGINAL CERTIFICATIONS MUST BE PROVIDED AT THE TIME OF INTERVIEW.)
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Preferred experience in large event coordination and marketing.
Ability to multi-task and plan several large events simultaneously.
A general knowledge of a variety of custodial tools and supplies
Ability to use small hand and power tools in performing routine and preventative maintenance on recreational equipment.
Previous experience in a position requiring frequent, courteous, and tactful public contact. Ability to effectively handle complaints.
Prior cash handling experience required.
Ability to work with diverse groups and coordinate activities.
Basic knowledge and ability with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook preferred.
This position requires a criminal background check.
A PROFICIENCY TEST MAY BE ADMINISTERED TO ALL QUALIFIED CANDIDATES.
JOB CONTACTS: Frequent business contact with other employees in own department; continuous routine public contact and occasional contacts involving outside organizations/agencies.
JOB RESPONSIBILITY: Supervisor responsibilities: directs workflow of permanent/temporary/seasonal/volunteers, including scheduling of casual staff; experiences minor problems daily and occasional major ones that must be resolved on own initiative with little immediate supervision; the consequences of error, carelessness, or mistaken judgment require significant effort to recover.
For the purpose of this job description, "supervisor" means providing technical work direction and oversight. It does not include the ability to employ, promote, transfer, evaluate performance, discipline, suspend, discharge or adjudicate grievances; those are management responsibilities handled by the manager/director level.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: A recreational facility where conditions are pleasant; good, clean conditions where accidents/hazards are negligible; requires short periods of heavy lifting, pushing or pulling (50+ lbs.). This position falls under the Borough's Blood Borne Pathogen (BBP) Exposure Control Program as it is reasonably anticipated that infrequent exposure to blood or other bodily fluids may occur while performing some job duties.
Apply Online Individuals interested in applying for this position must submit a completed online application on or before the closing date and time as specified in the Job Posting. Online applications can be located at www.fnsb.gov by clicking the “Find a Job” button.
For additional information please call (907) 459-1202 or the Borough Direct Job Line at (907) 459-1206.
The Borough complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need an accommodation to participate in the application/interview/selection process, contact the Human Resources Office at (907) 459-1202 or the EEO office. The EEO Compliance Officer can be contacted at (907) 459-1309.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Updated : 5/14/21 mm
Additional Salary Information: Includes Borough benefits.
About Fairbanks North Star Borough
The Fairbanks North Star Borough is a local government agency serving the interior of Alaska, Fairbanks and the surrounding communities. The department employs around 100 people during the peak summer season and has an annual operating budget of approximately $8.5 million. The department consists of four divisions, Administration, Recreation Services, Parks Maintenance, and Pioneer Park. A wide variety of amenities are offered to the community including 5 outdoor recreation areas, 3 indoor swimming pools, a recreation center, an ice arena, sports fields, and comprehensive trail system. In the warmer months, residents enjoy the beautiful swim beaches, historic parks, youth programs and fun family events. When the temperature is cold, our parks are still hot! Opportunities for cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, ice fishing and snow machining are available through the winter months. Special events are planned year round and recreational programs for seniors and the disabled are offered weekly. The department also operates Pioneer Park, a 44-acre historic themed park full of attractions, activities, museums, and an arts and cultural center. There is something for everyone to enjoy!