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Manager - Maintenance, Operations & Transportation at Alpine County Unified & Alpine County Office of Education (Markleeville outside Lake Tahoe)

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About the Employer

District Vision Students are prepared and inspired citizens making positive choices.

Job Information

Date Posted: 4/27/2022 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 260 Days - Full Year
Salary: Starting range from $61K - $68K Annually DOE Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Lia Story Email: lstory@alpinestudents.org
Phone: (530) 694-2230

Job Summary

Job Summary

The Manager of Maintenance, Operations and Transportation Manager will: plan, organize, coordinate, and direct the maintenance of the District/County’s building, grounds, and related operations of facilities; direct and supervise the transportation of the District, and perform other related work as may be required. This position is available starting 7/1/2022.

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE Required: 1. Graduation from high school or equivalent, supplemented by at least two (2) or more years of college training in related field. Applicable work experience may be substituted for the supplement education requirement. 2. Good work history, demonstrating reliability and responsibility 3. Three (3) years of responsible experience in the maintenance, and/or management of a facility and their related equipment and grounds. 4. Two (2) years’ experience supervising staff Desired: 1. A valid class B license with passenger and air break endorsement or ability to obtain and maintain it 2. Operation of heavy vehicles

EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE Required: 1. Graduation from high school or equivalent, supplemented by at least two (2) or more years of college training in related field. Applicable work experience may be substituted for the supplement education requirement. 2. Good work history, demonstrating reliability and responsibility 3. Three (3) years of responsible experience in the maintenance, and/or management of a facility and their related equipment and grounds. 4. Two (2) years’ experience supervising staff Desired: 1. A valid class B license with passenger and air break endorsement or ability to obtain and maintain it 2. Operation of heavy vehicles

      Comments and Other Information

      QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of principles and practices of general management, methods, materials, and equipment used in the various building and construction trades and ground maintenance. Principles and practices of supervision, safe work practices and procedures. Safe driving practices; provisions of the California Motor Vehicle Code as applicable to operation of vehicles and transportation of school children; and district/county policies related to transportation. Ability to prepare budget reports, keep records and prepare oral and written reports. Plan, organize, coordinate, supervise and evaluate the work of the staff; understand and carry out oral and written directions. Interpret vehicle code relating to school transportation. Maintain a First Aide Certificate issued by American Red Cross or pass equivalent test issued by the California Highway Patrol; maintain school bus records including mileage, repairs, and inspections; maintain effective working relationships with children and adults; maintain accurate and current records. Work with outside agencies and remain in compliance with all required reports, inspections, maintenance, and grounds. Effectively use office technology. TYPICAL TASKS Maintenance / Facilities – Assumes overall responsibility for cleanliness, sanitation and safe conditions of all school facilities during school year and vacations; performs work without supervision; supervises student or summer help as assigned; checks conditions of fire extinguishers, emergency lighting systems, and other emergency equipment; maintains lawn; cares for trees and shrubs; reports needed major repairs of school equipment to Superintendent; reports to other school sites as requested by the Superintendent; keeps records on cost of maintenance and custodial work; supervises maintenance and custodial personnel; and performs other job related duties as assigned. Maintain JPA compliance with all maintenance, operations, transportation and facilities requirements. Budget, order, distribute cleaning supplies. Ensure that staff has proper training in use of approved chemicals and pesticides. Ensure safe facilities during winter by overseeing and implementing snow and ice removal procedures. Transportation – Supervise and evaluate District, County and other assigned bus drivers; order transportation supplies and equipment; work with designated mechanic on transportation problems and repairs; keep records of transportation activities, such as route schedules, daily trip sheets, field trips, needed repairs, completed repairs, regular bus checks, and driver records; make regular inspections of school buses and records; assist drivers with transportation problems, such as, stop changes, parent complaints, mechanical problems, etc.; arrange buses and drivers for field trips, special days and summer school; schedule routes and stops; assist in the selection of departmental personnel; arranges work schedules and assignments for department personnel; supervise departmental compliance with licensing and certification requirements; conduct traffic safety, transportation load, and related trainings and studies; drive bus on a regularly scheduled run according to duties as specified by Bus Driver job description; provide supervision for other classified staff as assigned by the Superintendent; and perform other job-related duties as assigned by the Superintendent. Bus Driver (as needed) - Transports authorized students and other personnel obeying all traffic laws, keeping safety of children in mind at all times; maintains discipline on bus; reports undisciplined students to proper authority; discharges students only at authorized stops and escorts children across streets and highways performs bus inspections as required by federal, state and local laws and regulations; refuels bus, keeping a detailed record; keeps substitute bus driver informed of change s in schedules; keeps interior and exterior of bus clean; performs emergency bus evacuation drills; reports accidents and completes required reports; reports deficiencies in the bus to the Business Manager and/or Superintendent; exercises responsible leadership when on out-of-district school trips; and maintains bus driver training as required.

       


      Application Deadline

      Until Filled

      Date Posted

      4/27/2022

      Contact

      Lia Story
      (530) 694-2230

      Number of Openings

      1

      Salary

      Starting range from $61K - $68K Annually DOE

      Length of Work Year

      260 Days - Full Year

      Employment Type

      Full Time