As one of the largest providers of affordable housing in the Bay Area and a designated Moving To Work (MTW) agency, the award-winning Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) is seeking talented individuals looking to make a difference in Silicon Valley. HACSC is an independent local government agency that administers the federal Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) program for approximately 19,000 households and manages more than 2,600 units of affordable housing in Santa Clara County.
If you are looking to help solve one of the most significant problems in the Bay Area and want to be part of a collaborative, innovative organization dedicated to building a better Silicon Valley, then apply today!
Facilities and Maintenance Coordinator
Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED.
Salary: $72,154 - $96,694 Annual DOQ
Under general supervision, oversee all activities relating to the Santa Clara County Housing Authority’s (Agency) operations and maintenance of office building(s), parking lots and equipment, including the coordination and supervision of custodial services, landscaping services, office security, and the Agency fleet. Manages the Agency’s building and equipment maintenance schedules, tests building security systems, prepares for emergencies by assisting in the creation of the emergency action plans, serves as a member of the Safety Committee and the Emergency Response Team and conducts regular facilities safety and preventative maintenance inspections; coordinates, monitors, and provides technical input for assigned facilities maintenance and related projects and programs; provides responsible technical assistance to the Assistant Director of IT and Facilities; performs a variety of technical tasks relative to the assigned functional area; performs related work as required.
This is a single incumbent classification that performs duties required to ensure that all Agency (owned or leased) office buildings and facilities are maintained in a safe and effective working condition and provide the highest level of safety for the Agency and public use. Incumbents are responsible for overseeing the maintenance of Agency buildings, facilities, equipment and mechanical systems, identifying and diagnosing facility related problems as well as equipment failures and repairs. Incumbents are expected to work independently and exercise judgment and initiative. Positions at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit. The Facilities and Maintenance Coordinator will maintain and assign work offices/cubicles, coordinate and/or set-up meeting rooms, and modify work areas to meet ergonomic needs, coordinate office/cubicle moves and perform basic equipment and facilities maintenance work.
EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Maintains a preventative maintenance program for janitorial, security and seasonal services, maintenance and repair for all heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC) systems, including electrical, plumbing and building security, and elevator systems for Agency offices; ensures that the work performed meets appropriate quality standards and complies with Agency policies, applicable industry standards and legal requirements.
Troubleshoots complex maintenance problems; corrects or directs the correction and repair of Agency facilities and equipment problems.
Coordinates and, responds to, and serves as first point of contact for all urgent and after-hour emergency maintenance/service requests, including the performance of minor repairs or coordination of services as needed.
Manages and oversees outside contractors in support of the maintenance activities related to the Agency’s office building(s), parking lots, landscaping, equipment and fleet management; monitors certificates of insurance including reporting, audit compliance, contract closeout/renewal and coverage needed.
Schedules and performs regular safety and preventative maintenance inspections and of the Agency’s office building(s) and parking lots, and facilities.
An associate degree with coursework in project management, construction management, public administration or related field, and four (4) years of increasingly responsible experience in administering a preventative, facilities maintenance program.
Licenses and Certifications: Possession of or the ability to obtain and retain a valid California Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the Agency.
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We offer a competitive benefits package including medical, dental and vision coverage, paid holidays, vacation and sick time, flexible spending accounts, deferred compensation, retirement, educational tuition reimbursement, and more. In addition, we operate on a 9/80 work schedule where employees have a paid day off every other Friday. (Monday through Thursday is a nine (9) hour day and the Friday that is worked is an eight (8) hour day).