|Closes: Until filled : CLASS TITLE: SUPERVISOR II
DEPARTMENT: ENGINEERING &UTILITIES
FLSA STATUS: EXEMPT
Supervises any activity, area or division within Public Works, Water Treatment Plant.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Supervises technical, maintenance and labor personnel; establishes priorities; plans, schedules, and assigns work; instructs workers in correct methods and procedures; trains Chief operator in their duties; monitors and inspects work in progress to ensure continuity and timely completion of work; reviews and evaluates employee performance.
Directs preparation of repair, maintenance, and inspection schedules.
Coordinates and directs and participates in repair and maintenance activities; operates light and heavy equipment as needed.
Responds to questions from the public and resolves problems or complaints concerning the water.
Prepares budgets, reports, papers, and other documents appropriate to the water treatment plant; maintains and updates records and manuals.
Ensures workers maintain equipment and tools and wear safety gear when appropriate; notifies superintendent of major equipment or work problems.
Ensures Chief operator and Environmental Systems Operators maintain a clean and safe work area, perform duties in a safe manner, and maintain awareness of others in work area.
Determines materials, supplies, and equipment needed for each job; purchases same.
Supervises and trains Chief Operator and Environmental Systems operators on calibration of lab equipment and proper maintenance of lab equipment.
Supervises and trains Chief operator and Environmental Systems operators in proper starting and stopping of pumps and feed equipment, maintenance of pumps and all equipment in the use of water treatment.
Supervises and establishes priorities; instructs workers in correct methods and procedures; trains workers in safe operation of equipment; monitors and inspects work in progress to ensure continuity and timely completion of work; reviews and evaluates employee performance.
The Supervisor II is always on call to help Chief Operator and Environmental Systems operators in the event of storms, power outages and problems that arise within the systems due to malfunction or outages of equipment.
Performs administrative duties: assists with monthly report; assigns new account numbers; completes time sheets; assists in ordering supplies; maintains files.
Administers funds for the division; monitors expenditures to ensure compliance with budget.
Develops and maintains cooperative relationships with other City departments and the general public contacted in the course of work; resolves complaints; assists other departments as needed.
Essential Safety Functions:
It is the responsibility of each employee to comply with established policies, procedures, and safe work practices. Each employee must follow safety training and instructions provided by their supervisor. Each employee must also properly wear and maintain all personal protective equipment required for their job. Finally, each employee must immediately report any unsafe work practices or unsafe conditions as well as any on-the-job injuries or illnesses.
Every manager/supervisor is responsible for enforcing all safety rules and regulations. In addition, they are responsible for ensuring that a safe work environment is maintained, safe work practices are followed, and employees are properly trained.
Examples of Other Major Responsibilities: (All incumbents may not perform all duties)
Helps in the repair on worn out or broken equipment, schedules maintenance of equipment within the water plant and determines the correct manner and proper fixing of equipment.
Set up sanitary surveys, lab inspections, attend DHEC seminars to insure the proper techniques and procedures are being used.
Attends training conferences and seminars to maintain and improve skills.
Performs other related duties as required.
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED:
Trucks & Light Equipment Power Tools Hand Tools Computer
Lab Equipment Telephone DHEC Forms
Radio Equipment SCADA
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Oral and written communication ability equivalent to that normally acquired through a high school education is required.
Five to six years experience is necessary to gain knowledge in a variety of construction and maintenance areas, department processes and procedures, and general supervisory skills.
Analytical ability to plan work schedules, evaluate work performances, diagnose facility, equipment and personnel malfunctions, and determine necessary solutions.
Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively lead subordinates, resolve minor complaints, and deal with day to day occurrences.
Ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail for up to 60% of work time.
Frequent exposure of up to 80% of work time to extremes of temperature, dirt, dust, and heavy equipment and machinery in operation.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent .
Five years in the field of Water Treatment, Lab testing, knowing DHEC procedures, forms and how to apply them in the Treatment Plants and the distribution system.
Licenses and Certifications: (May not be required for all incumbents)
Valid state driver's license and a satisfactory motor vehicle record.
Self contained Breathing Apparatus Certification.
Water Treatment Operator Class Certification as mandated by state DHEC.
This class specification should not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification.