|Terminal Maintenance Supervisor|
|The fundamental reason this classification exists is to manage the maintenance activities of the Montgomery Airport Authority terminal building. The employee supervises and directs the Terminal Maintenance Foremen and Airport Service Aides in the performance of maintenance and custodial duties. The essential functions include: supervises two or more full time employees performing semi-skilled maintenance and custodial activities; manages the Terminal Maintenance Division; and performs various administrative duties. Work is performed under the general direction of the Deputy Director and the Executive Director. |
|ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The following list was developed through a job analysis; however, it is not exhaustive and other duties may be required and assigned. A person with a disability which is covered by the ADA must be able to perform the essential functions of the job unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation. The list of essential functions is to be used as a starting point to determine essential functions for a specific position at a specific location at a specific time. The ADA was intended to be applied on a case-by-case basis with the understanding that one position may differ from another similar position. The performance of "non-essential functions" is not optional for employees not covered under the ADA.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Supervises two or more full-time employees performing semi-skilled maintenance and custodial activities using leave requests, time sheets, counseling forms, and employment forms following departmental policies and procedures, rules and regulations in order to ensure appropriate coverage of work duties and sufficient staff available to complete assignments, develop the skills of employees and to resolve or correct employee problems.
Schedules and assigns work to employees to ensure all terminal maintenance and custodial assignments are completed correctly and in a timely manner.
Determines day-to-day priorities of work to be performed and sets up schedule for daily and periodic maintenance and custodial activities to be completed.
Develops work schedules to ensure employee coverage for weekends and holidays.
Adjusts work schedules to cover absences and/or meet project needs in order to ensure all terminal areas are maintained and meet compliance.
Interviews and recommends the selection and/or promotion of terminal maintenance staff.
Orients new employees through review of basic operations of facility and position expectations.
Discusses work performance with subordinate personnel in order to encourage employees' strengths and determine how best to develop employees' weaknesses.
Reviews and authorizes leave requests.
Conducts staff meetings to disseminate information and to obtain feedback on suggestions to improve efficiency of maintenance operations.
Conducts performance counseling and recommends disciplinary actions where appropriate.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Manages the Terminal Maintenance Division using work schedules, contracts, budget, inventory, and requisitions following Airport Authority policies and procedures in order to ensure safe operations and maintenance standards comply with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations.
Establishes operating procedures and standards for terminal maintenance and custodial activities.
Inspects terminal and related facilities to schedule preventive maintenance and repair work on building, equipment and systems.
Inspects custodial functions of terminal to ensure facilities safe, clean and functioning efficiently.
Inspects terminal heating and cooling systems to ensure proper operations and required preventive maintenance performed.
Ensures that airport tenants are in compliance with Montgomery Airport Authority guidelines.
Maintains service records and establishes scheduled preventive maintenance for all terminal and ground maintenance equipment.
Contacts civilian contractors as required to service/repair/maintain terminal equipment and systems.
Oversees and directs the performance of custodial and general terminal maintenance activities.
Maintains and prepares the operating budget for the Terminal Maintenance Division, to include recommendations, authorizes the purchase of materials, and monitors expenditures to maintain budget and control cost.
Inspects and maintains the administrative and terminal maintenance vehicles to include oil change, tires, current tags and insurance.
Inspects and maintains the terminal facility clocks to include troubleshooting problems and contacting contractor for repairs.
Inspects and maintains terminal public address (PA) system, to include troubleshooting problems and contacting contractor for repairs.
Troubleshoots problems with the bag belt system and coordinates necessary repairs with Airfield Maintenance and contractors.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Performs various administrative duties using work orders, requisitions, two-way radio, telephone, personal computer, calculator, and vendor catalogs following departmental policies and procedures in order to ensure efficient operations of the Terminal Maintenance division activities.
Reviews and processes work orders, to include documenting nature of repair problems and steps taken to correct problem.
Files work orders submitted from external contractors.
Orders and maintains necessary supplies for terminal maintenance and custodial work tasks.
Obtains and compares prices from vendors on various small equipment, parts and supplies.
Reviews invoices and purchases to ensure accuracy of order received before submitting for payment.
Procures equipment and uniforms for airport maintenance employees.
Confers with sales representative on the use of various machines, supplies and equipment purchased.
Serves as administrative liaison between Airport Authority and taxi cabs, limousine services, courtesy vans, etc., to include collecting monthly lease payments and ensuring proper dress attire.
Performs other duties as assigned to include pick up and delivery of documents to board members and attorneys as needed.
|Knowledge of techniques and equipment utilized in airport terminal maintenance as needed to comply with operations and maintenance standards and guidelines.
Knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Montgomery Airport Authority regulations, policies and procedures as needed to comply with guidelines and regulations.
Knowledge of local, state and federal laws and regulations governing the employment, retention, and discipline of employees as needed to supervise employees.
Knowledge of building mechanical systems as needed to diagnose problems, identify best methods to fix problems and assign maintenance work to appropriate maintenance employees.
Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions of maintenance and building trades as needed to ensure construction and maintenance accidents are avoided.
Ability to supervise staff members to include scheduling, assigning and reviewing work and enforcing and explaining departmental guidelines as needed to ensure work is being done correctly and in a timely manner to meet deadlines.
Ability to plan, organize and manage employees and resources for efficient and effective performance of a variety of terminal maintenance activities.
Ability to organize, plan and review the work of others, including scheduling assignments as needed to ensure work completed properly and in a timely manner.
Ability to communicate orally with employees, terminal staff, airport tenants and external contractors as needed to give instructions, describe terminal maintenance problems and give status reports to supervisor.
Ability to communicate in writing to include memos, counseling reports, service records and other written status reports as needed document and maintain records of activities.
Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with employees, airport staff, airport tenants, contractors, vendors and the public as needed to maintain a positive image for the Airport Authority.
Ability to use a personal computer and various software applications as needed to prepare correspondence, technical, administrative reports and documents.
Ability to read work request, blueprints, written instructions, supply catalogs, and various equipment manuals as needed to troubleshoot problems and provide information or instructions.
Physical ability to walk, stand, stoop, bend and climb as needed to train and instruct employees in the performance of duties.
|High school diploma or G.E.D. Five years of progressively responsible experience in airport terminal operations and maintenance, to include two years of supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.|
|Must submit to a Security Threat Assessment to include, but is not limited to, a 10-year employment background check, fingerprint check and criminal history check to satisfy Federal Aviation Administration requirements. Must have and maintain a valid Alabama driver's license and an insurable driving record as needed to drive Airport vehicles. Employees must meet necessary security requirements for unescorted access to the Security Identification Display Area (SIDA).|