Public Works Superintendent (Fleet & Facilities Services).

$13,612 - $16,340 monthly
  • Redwood City
  • Redwood City, CA, USA
  • Mar 30, 2024
Full time Fleet Services Public Works

Job Description

 Monthly Salary:

$13,612 - $16,340 monthly


The Public Works Services Department invites you to apply for the position of Public Works Superintendent (Fleet & Facilities Services). Under the direction of the Assistant Public Works Director, the superintendent will direct the work activities of the Fleet and Facilities operating function in the Public Works Services Department.  The Fleet and Facilities Services Superintendent will have the ability to provide direct and indirect supervision of supervisory, technical, and office personnel including select, supervise, train and evaluate subordinates, including equitable execution of the disciplinary procedures. The Superintendent  will develop and implement goals, objectives policies, and priorities; plan, organize, supervise, review, and evaluate operations, programs and assigned projects; approve and direct implementation of specific activities, projects, plans and procedures prepared by staff; provide instructions in proper work procedures, resolve work problems, interpret administrative policies, and determine the best approach to accomplish work objectives.; plan, prepare, monitor division budget; requisition supplies and equipment as needed; coordinate activities with other City departments and divisions and with outside agencies.

Typical duties include, but are not limited to: Direct staff of skilled and semi-skilled personnel in the maintenance and repair of automotive and heavy equipment, custodial services, and facilities maintenance.  Evaluate operations and develop programs to implement orderly maintenance and storage of City equipment, materials, tools and vehicles.  Assign vehicles to operating programs, analyze level of usage and appropriate fleet size, develop efficient methods of equipment utilization, and manage rents and leases of vehicles and equipment.  Supervise projects in the upgrading and maintenance of facilities.  Establish maintenance and work standards.  Review operational records, mileage and maintenance records, and evaluate equipment.  Determine the need for materials, supplies, and equipment and prepare specifications as necessary.  Perform studies and make recommendations regarding equipment rentals and rates.  Purchase equipment and supplies as needed.


The ideal candidate will embrace the City’s emphasis on excellent customer service; will be detail-oriented and able to manage multiple tasks; will have ability to evaluate organizational effectiveness and develop procedures to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness; will value staff development and provide guidance and learning opportunities to maintain a high performing team; and will have a thorough understanding of industry trends and developments as they relate to fleet and/or facilities operations. They will also possess the ability to prepare and monitor a comprehensive Capital Improvement Project budget for fleet, facilities and custodial operations; and will have experience or training with report writing, and presenting at meetings.


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by Friday, April 19, 2024 at 11:59 pm