POSITION: Assistant Properties Manager/Department Supervisor
DEPARTMENT: Maintenance Department
JOB CATEGORY: SAM (Supervisory and Managerial)
DATE WRITTEN: September 1997 STATUS: Full-time
DATE REVISED: March 2020 FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt

To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactory.
The requirements listed in this document are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
Incumbent serves as Maintenance Supervisor for the Government Center and Annex, and
Assistant Properties Manager for all county buildings, responsible for directing and performing
maintenance operations.

Supervises maintenance personnel, including making work assignments, providing training and corrective instruction, and maintaining time sheets.
Performs major and minor electrical repairs on county-owned buildings and related equipment, including installing electrical circuits, outlets, fixtures, security and fire systems, telephone lines and computer cables.
Directs and assists with remodeling projects, including building walls, ceilings and floors, and installing valves.
Installs and/or replaces plumbing, including fixtures, water lines, sinks, toilets, water coolers, pumps, motors, and valves.
Maintains heating and cooling systems, including checking and recording meter levels.
Maintains various maintenance records, including repairs, work orders, maintenance procedures, and accident reports.
Performs and/or directs seasonal preventive maintenance on county-owned equipment and buildings.
Receives and logs maintenance and custodial work requests from various county departments, secures parts and tools, assigns to qualified personnel, and assists with work as needed.
Assists with planning capital improvements and makes recommendations on repairs and replacements.
Assist Properties Manager in directing and supervising department operations and performs duties of Property Manager in his/her absence.
Performs welding on fabricated parts, including motor mounts and tools.
May serve on special emergency committees such as bomb search team and attends prescribed training.
Serves on 24-hour call, 7 days a week for snow removal as necessary.
Performs related duties as assigned.

Thorough knowledge of and ability to make practical application of accepted principles and practices of building and related equipment maintenance including diagnostic, overhaul, and repair procedures.
Working knowledge of electrical, carpentry, plumbing and HVAC trades, and ability to read and interpret blueprints, specifications, and manufacturers’ manuals in diagnosing and repairing system failures.
Thorough knowledge of and ability to provide training and ensure compliance with OSHA and department safety policies and procedures.
Ability to supervise maintenance and custodial personnel, including making work assignments and providing training and corrective instruction.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with co-workers and other county departments including being sensitive to professional ethics, gender, cultural diversities, and disabilities.
Ability to provide own necessary hand tools.
Ability to serve on a 24-hour call, 7 days a week as necessary.
Ability to legally operate a vehicle.

Incumbent performs moderately complex duties according to general operational guidelines, using a variety of mechanical trades, detailed safety requirements, technical manuals, and specifications. Incumbent receives general instructions from supervisor and exercises independent judgement in identifying system failures and supervising personnel in effecting appropriate, timely repairs/replacements.
Reports directly to the Properties Manager.

Incumbent’s duties involve standing for long periods, bending, reaching, crouching/kneeling, pushing/pulling, lifting/carrying objects weighing 100 lbs. or more, close vision, handling/grasping/fingering objects, and working in cramped/awkward positions. Incumbent’s duties involve sustained physical exertion.

Incumbent performs duties indoors and outdoors with exposure to electric current, grease, dust, power equipment, chemicals, adverse weather, and occasional work in high places, such as ladders and roofs. Safety precautions must be always followed to prevent injury to self and others.

To be submit resume and 3 job references to Beatrice Ramey at bramey@madisoncounty.in.gov or mail:

Madison County Government
Beatrice Ramey, HR
16 E. 9 th Suite 105
Anderson, In 46016

Deadline for submission is 4 P.M., Friday, June 3, 2022
Madison County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).