JOB SUMMARY: Performs routine (journey-level) managerial maintenance work. Work involves overseeing Electrical maintenance staff, scheduling and assigning work, requisitioning materials and supplies, estimating work hours and materials required for projects, and coordinating activities. Plans, assigns and supervises the work of others. Works under moderate supervision with limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Maintains requirement contracts per the trade. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Manages the day-today activities and projects assigned to the agency s Facilities Maintenance program. Provides technical support to electricians and other trade as needed concerning electrical issues. Coordinates work orders between agencies, electrical contractors, technicians, and Minor Construction program. Oversees the administration and monitoring of and/or administers and monitors contract performance by examining billings, fiscal data, and eligibility determinations for compliance with terms of contract and policies, and recommends cancellation of contracts when deviations occurs; may serve as a liaison with contract providers to ensure participation is consistent with program, legal, and fiscal requirements. Maintains records of projects and progress; ensures compliance and completion in a safe and timely manner. Prepares and review reports on the effectiveness of program activities. Develops and recommends program guidelines, procedures, policies, rules and regulations; monitor compliance. Confers with staff on program problems. Operates a State motor vehicle to perform essential functions. Assigns and supervises the work of others. Provides training and technical assistance. Performs related work as assigned. Oversees the TFC generator maintenance program. Create and execute a technical training plan for the electrical staff. Maintains knowledge of the current NFPA 70E, National Code and local State Regulations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from a standard senior high school or completion of GED. Vocational or technical training certification in a related electrical, electronic, and/or mechanical field. Five (5) years of experience in building maintenance or a related field, including three (3) years supervisory or lead worker experience. Education and experience may be substituted for one another on a year-for-year basis. Journeyman or Master Electrician preferred. Certified Texas Contract Manager (CTCM) preferred. Valid State of Texas Class C driver license.