SCHEDULE: Monday – Thursday, 40 Hours per week
BASIC FUNCTION: Under the direct supervision of the Superintendent, the Maintenance and Operations Manager is responsible for overseeing all activities associated with the Center’s facilities and grounds including on-going maintenance, health and safety issues, deferred maintenance projects, new construction, and modernization projects.
RESPONSIBILITIES:  Plans, organizes, and directs activities addressing deferred and preventative maintenance on facilities and
large equipment. 
Provides guidance, supervises personnel within the department, and assigns appropriate duties and responsibilities. 
Coordinates inspections of facilities with SCROC administration and representatives from outside entities. 
Coordinates and monitors large equipment, including automobiles, donations to Center. 
Evaluates the work of custodial services contractor to assure conformance to contract terms and develops bid specifications for such services. 
Chairs Center Safety Committee. 
Maintains current and complete fire prevention and disaster plan for Center. 
Stays informed and current regarding regulations established by AQMD, EPA, OSHA, and other local/city ordinances. 
Attends appropriate workshops and skills trainings (i.e. ASCIP safety workshops). 
Develops and monitors a budget for the Maintenance & Operations Department. 
Oversees all functions related to vending machines located at the Center. 
Coordinates the removal and disposal of all hazardous wastes and maintains accurate and current reports of such materials and activities. 
Issues and maintains records of all keys issued to personnel. 
Maintains all Center permits and licenses (i.e. elevators, fire alarms, etc…). 
Responsible for preparing RFP’s and providing input to Superintendent for negotiating contracts for various outside contract services. 
Evaluates Maintenance and Operations personnel. 
Responds to calls from Center administration, police, fire, and alarm company outside the normal hours of operation. 
Performs other duties/work as assigned.
EXPERIENCE / TRAINING / QUALIFICATIONS:  Knowledge of materials, methods, tools, and equipment use in the maintenance of building mechanical and
electrical equipment; emphasis on air conditioning, heating, electrical, and plumbing 
Building code requirements governing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing installations 
Safety practices involved in building maintenance including operation of shop equipment. 
Use the tools of applicable trades skillfully and safely 
Learn the requirements of state laws affecting school safety 
Interpret blueprints and prepare working sketches 
Understand and follow oral and written instructions 
Must possess a valid California Driver’s License 
Five or more years’ experience working in maintenance and operations

Page 2/3 – Maintenance and Operations Manager CONTACT: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL CENTER 2300 CRENSHAW BOULEVARD TORRANCE, CA 90501 Attn: HR – Maintenance and Operations Manager
310) 224-4328 Fax: 310) 618-9637

Applicants must submit a SoCal ROC Classified Application along with their, resume, and references. Application packet to contain the following items: 1. SoCal ROC CLASSIFIED Application: 2. Resume 3. Current licenses/certificates, as applicable 4. Official transcripts, as applicable 5. Three – four letters of references within the last three (3) years
CLASSIFIED BENEFITS / FULL-TIME Sick Time Vacation Time 17 Holidays Workers’ Compensation Medical, Dental, Vision Healthcare Term Life Insurance and Long-Term Care Insurance Health Care Stipend (FT) Longevity Stipend (FT) Annual Evaluation Approved Professional Growth APPLE Retirement (PT) CalPERS Retirement (Eligibility hours) Monday – Thursday Work Week, as applicable Free Parking Direct Deposit Credit Union SALARY RANGE: $68,140 – $78,272 annual Placement of salary will be determined by the Superintendent based education and work
CLOSING DATE: Until filled or closed

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Southern California Regional Occupational Center (SoCal ROC) is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying in all Center programs, activities, and employment on the basis of actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expressions, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, parental or marital status, pregnancy, or association with person or a group of which one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. SoCal ROC prohibits sexual harassment of SoCal ROC employees and job applicants, as well as retaliatory behavior or action against employees or other persons who complain, testify, or otherwise participate in the complaint process established pursuant to this policy and administrative regulation. 
The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 require that you must be lawfully authorized to work in the United States to be eligible for hire. All new hires will be required to provide documentation to verify this status. 
All employment is based on clearance of finger printing verification from the Department of Justice, and a clear Tuberculosis Test.

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