Maintenance Team Leader
ID de la solicitud
102528
Publicado
24-Ene-2023
Línea de servicio
GWS Segment
Tipo de función
Tiempo Completo
Ubicaciones
Chilliwack - British Columbia - Canada

Please be advised that full COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement for the role. Full vaccination is defined as two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine as approved by the Government of Canada. This is a unionized role with the BCGEU governed by a Collective Bargaining Agreement. The rate of pay for this role is $42.17/hour.

SUMMARY

The Maintenance Team Leader is responsible for supervision of operational and trades staff in the delivery of operations, preventive and corrective maintenance for various building systems. In addition to supervisory responsibilities, the Maintenance Team Leader is required to perform maintenance activities in a lead hand role.

KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Supervise CBRE Technicians in the delivery of preventive maintenance programs, day to day operations and corrective maintenance activities
  2. Coordinate sub-contractors in the delivery of preventive maintenance programs, day today operations, corrective maintenance activities, and repair and minor capital projects
  3. Document activities related to building operations and maintenance, providing input to the Facility Manager(s) with respect to building conditions, project planning, budget planning and forecasting
  4. Ensure compliance with corporate and legislated policies, procedures, practices and guidelines related to environment, health and safety, and fire protection
  5. Liaison with Client, representing CBRE for the purpose of enhancing tenant and customer satisfaction and maintaining positive relations
  6. Administer the quality assurance program and ensure delivery of the services meet or exceed the requirements as set out in the contract, and comply with internal CBRE policies and standard operating procedures
  7. May be required to work shifts, be available for on-call/stand-by and emergency callout as required
  8. Other related duties as assigned

DECISION MAKING CAPACITY

  1. Must be able to assess the limitations of Technicians in the safe performance of their duties
  2. Required to balance resources between client demands and operational/legislated requirements
  3. Make recommendations when subcontractors or outside workers are required for the delivery of work
  4. Make recommendations and implement remedies for the PM reporting program
  5. Make recommendations to the Facility Manager on project planning and budgeting

Knowledge & Skills

  1. Three (3) to five (5) years construction/building maintenance/operations experience
  2. In-depth knowledge of commercial building systems
  3. Proven ability to effectively manage people: schedule and assign duties, monitor and evaluate performance, supervise day-today operations
  4. Knowledge of Environment, Health & Safety issues
  5. Excellent interpersonal and strong customer-oriented skills
  6. Excellent oral and written communication skills
  7. Ability to multitask several projects including competing deadlines
  8. Analytical and problem-solving skills to mitigate and manage project risks
  9. Ability to work independently as well as within a team environment
  10. Ability to influence, persuade and negotiate to achieve desired outcomes
  11. Must be able to develop and maintain relationships with all project stakeholders
  12. Good working knowledge of industry best practices as well as the ability to continuously innovate in order to optimize project delivery and deliver value to the client
  13. Computer proficiency with recognized database, e-mail and word processing applications in particular along with the ability to quickly learn new applications

Licenses and/or Professional Accreditation

  1. Valid driver’s license
  2. Enhanced RCMP clearance may be required