Full-Time Facilities Maintenance Supervisor – Electrician
If you’re looking for a stimulating and rewarding position with excellent pay, substantial benefits, and great potential for career advancement, then come join the field of Corrections at the Larned Correctional Mental Health Facility!
Unclassified Facilities Maintenance Supervisor – Electrician position is now open. This position contributes to the physical upkeep of Larned Correctional Mental Health Facility through diagnosis, repair, and upkeep of systems delivering water, air, steam and electrical systems. At the journeyman level, participates in the building trades for the upkeep and repair of the agency.
Job duties include:
•Plans, organizes, directs and evaluates the work of skilled and semi-skilled offenders in the installation or repair of the facility electrical system, construction, maintenance and repair activities in the institutions. Assures that all work is efficiently performed in a timely manner according to schedule. Completes inmate evaluations as required by Departmental and institutional policy and procedure.
•Communicates with Physical Plant Supervisor Senior on a regular basis to discuss progress and performance and explore alternative solutions to problems. Holds conferences with craft workers to discuss specific projects and current progress. Discusses physical plant conditions and problems with the appropriate personnel, offering assistance and technical expertise with regard to direction of the specific problem and obtaining necessary cost information and other data needed to make a decision.
•Provides adequate training to ensure that offenders are able to perform the required tasks. Follows up to insure quality workmanship and identify deficiencies as well as strengths, in order to develop the skills of the trade. Supervises skilled and semi-skilled offenders in the construction, maintenance, and repair activities of the facility.
•Assures compliance with Life Safety, and Occupational Safety, and sanitation procedures by regularly inspecting area of responsibility and enforcing such rules in order to minimize risks of illness, injury or death of offenders and staff and assure a safe work environment. Develops necessary procedures or modifications to maximize productive utilization of resources in the construction, maintenance and ongoing operations of the physical plant.
•Ensures maintenance and control of tools and equipment in area of responsibility as directed by the IMPP and General Orders. Keeps accurate inventory to prevent theft and to advise appropriate personnel of replacement needs. Trains inmate workers and follows up to assure proper usage and care of tools to prevent unnecessary breakage and down time.
Candidates must: be at least 18 years of age; have five years of experience in the mechanical or building trades prefer electrical experience; education may be substituted for experience as determined relevant by the agency; have a high school diploma/GED; be felony-free; possess a valid Driver’s License; and have no DUI convictions in past 24 months. Successful Candidates must pass a background investigation, employment check, drug screen, and physical.
If relocating, moving expenses are paid for by the candidate. LCMHF does not pay this. Pawnee County is part of the Rural Opportunity Zone (ROZ) Program. If you move to Pawnee County and qualify, you may receive Kansas income tax waivers for up to 5 years and/or student loan repayments up to $15,000.
How to ApplyYou can apply one of the following ways: Online at www.jobs.ks.gov; Requisition #197679; email KDOC_LCMHF_APPLY@ks.gov; Contact LCMHF Human Resources (620 625 7684), 1318 KS Hwy 264, Larned, Kansas 67550, to obtain a State of Kansas Employment Application. After your application has been received, you will be sent application paperwork to the email address listed on your application. You will also be required to provide a copy of your drivers license and high school diploma; GED; or high school transcripts. You will need to provide a resume, cover letter, and copies of any electrician licensure. You will also need to apply for a tax clearance certificate. Instructions will be emailed to you on how to obtain one. Please call 620 625 7684 to confirm that your application was received. EOE, VPE, and drug free workplace. Paid for by the Kansas Department of Corrections. The State of Kansas is sales tax exempt and a non-profit organization.
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