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Facilities Maintenance Manager

Hall County

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Oversees and assists the day-to-day activities of repair and preventative maintenance, field operations for assigned county buildings. Plans, schedules, and supervises and coordinates maintenance resources, for PM operations. This to provide for a safe and efficient work environment for our PM field operators.





  • Assists Superintendent in interviews, for Building Maintenance Technicians makes hiring recommendations, plans and assigns scheduled work, reviews and evaluates performance of two to five employees; provides guidance, discusses problems or concerns, trains and counsels staff as necessary to ensure smooth and efficient operations.
  • Trains subordinate staff in the proper and safe operations of equipment such as power tools, bucket trucks, power lifts, and work platforms.
  • Oversees and provides inspection reports of, the work completed by, County Maintenance service contractors to, the Superintendent of the Hall County Buildings Maintenance Dept. 
  • Obtains bids and submits requisitions for supplies used by the maintenance field operations staff; compiles and completes detailed reports on completed work for the HCBM Database. (Including man-hours, mileage, supplies, inventory control, etc.)  ; provides budgeting input to the Superintendent of the Hall County Buildings Maintenance Dept.
  • Assists the Superintendent of the Hall County Buildings Maintenance Dept.
  • in assuring fire laws, County Rules and Regulations are and general safety rules are met.
  • Supervises and schedules work of Building Maintenance Technician IIs and ; assures accurate reporting of completed work; evaluates their performance.
  • Performs other related duties as required.




  • Office Computer                                                                                        
  • Truck                                                     
  • Power Tools  
  • Bucket Truck
  • Power Lifts and Work Platforms
  • Hand Tools                                      





Education and Experience:


  • High School or Vocational School Diploma or G.E. D.
  • Familiar with the use and operation of personal computers and office filing systems.
  • Four years related experience.
  • Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the minimum level of qualification stated above.

Licenses and Certifications:


  • Valid Class I Driver’s License and a satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).
  • Current Georgia State Backflow Inspector Certification. 
  • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • Knowledge of basic electrical, carpentry, and plumbing methods and standards.
  • Knowledge of preventative maintenance for building equipment and systems.
  • Skill in the usage of Microsoft Office Applications.
  • Skilled from moderate to expert level in Excel Applications
  • Skill in operation of small hand tools, welder, cutting torch, voltmeter, and soldering iron.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing. 
  • Ability to give directions and gain compliance from subordinates.




Physical Ability: Incumbents constantly must think analytically; handle stress and emotion; and concentrate on tasks. 


Essential functions frequently require the ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting/standing); move oneself about the job site by walking; maintain body equilibrium to prevent failing when walking, standing, crouching or navigating narrow, slippery or erratically moving surfaces; repetitively use hand/arms; and move/transport items weighing up to 50lbs. Incumbents frequently must remember names and other details; make decisions; adjust to change; and examine/observe details.  Additionally the essential functions frequently require incumbents to direct others; handle confidential information; use a keyboard/type; maintain stamina during workday; stay organized; and use math/calculations.

 Essential functions occasionally require the ability to bend body downward and forward by bending spine and legs, twisting at the waist, hips or knees; move oneself by crawling on hands and knees; ascend and descend ladders, stairs, and ramps;  reach overhead; position oneself by crouching/kneeling; push or pull items; and repetitively use legs. Additionally the essential functions occasionally require that incumbents to discriminate colors; be on call; work irregular hours (nights/weekends); attend work related meetings and trainings; and operate equipment.


Sensory Ability: Essential Functions require the ability to use effective verbal and written communication; and use of hand/eye coordination and fine manipulation to use tools and equipment.


Environmental Factors: Incumbents frequently work with others or work alone.


Essential functions are occasionally performed with exposure to adverse environmental conditions, including inclement weather; extreme hot or cold temperatures; risk of bodily injury from hazards including biological, chemical, electrical, and sharp objects/tools; falling from high or exposed places, and falling objects; constricted spaces; fumes, gasses, odors, dust, grease, oil and mud; wet or slippery floors or surfaces; moving mechanical parts; hot temperature devices including burners and flame torches; excessive noise; and vibration. 


Incumbents regularly must be able to work around equipment/machinery; drive county vehicles and other equipment; and walk on uneven ground. 


This class specification should not be interpreted as all-inclusive.  It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job.  The incumbents may be requested to perform job- related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification.


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