Classification and Compensation
IOWA STATE BOARD OF REGENTS
REGENTS MERIT SYSTEM
Pay Grade: 100
General Class Description
Under general supervision, provides supervision for assigned employees at a centralized or decentralized work location.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities
- Controls the work unit in establishing work schedules, assigning or reassigning duties, effecting transfers and approving leave and overtime.
- Maintains accurate records, including time records, work schedules and charges.
- Verifies and approves materials requisitioned by employees.
- Reviews and checks performance of assigned personnel in order to maintain high standards of service and workmanship.
- Interviews and effectively recommends hiring. Evaluates employee performance and effectively recommends disciplinary actions, promotions, merit increases and termination.
- Trains and orients new employees; may conduct formal training.
- Reviews and keeps informed of new developments and techniques within area.
- Assist in preparing job cost estimates.
- Serves as first step in grievance procedure.
- Maintains and enforces prescribed safety standards.
- Performs the duties and responsibilities of the craft supervised as required and in emergency situations.
- Monitors equipment maintenance schedules and assigns maintenance when required. Orders repairs and parts when necessary.
- Acts upon requests and complaints from departments related to custodial services.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Ability to maintain effective working relationships with others.
- Ability to establish goals, schedule work, set deadlines for total accomplishment for self and subordinates.
- Ability to measure and evaluate employee performance and conduct reviews.
- Ability to interpret and explain policies, procedures, rules and regulations.
- Ability to communicate orally and in writing.
- Knowledge of appropriate interviewing techniques.
- Knowledge of and ability to enforce safety standards.
- Ability to accurately maintain a system of records.
- Knowledge of the principles, methods and techniques used in the trade supervised.
- Knowledge of building costs.
- Knowledge of purchasing policies and procurement practices.
- Ability to prepare cost estimates and specifications for facilities, equipment, materials and repairs.
- Ability to communicate and interact with outside organizations and agencies such as municipal and state agencies and numerous private sectors.
- Knowledge of personnel policies and procedures.
- Four years experience excluding apprenticeship in the applicable craft, trade or plant service supervised; or the equivalent combination of directly related education and experience.
- Must possess and maintain a current valid drivers license.