What you will do
The O&M Operations P3 site supervisor will be responsible for the execution of an Operations & Maintenance (O&M) operation contract(s) site.
They will supervise staff assigned to mechanical operations, programming, monitoring, alarm response or other contracted activities in a hospital environment and communicate with client and O&M team on all issues concerning execution of the contract.
How you will do it
Responsible for hiring, training and scheduling the staff needed to fulfill O&M contractual obligations.
Responsible for programming and monitoring alarm responses and mechanical operations. Contract may specify responsibilities for HVAC, mechanical, fire, security systems, etc.
Communicates with client and other facility occupants to ensure customer satisfaction and enhance our opportunity to secure "contract extras".
Maintains and updates all assigned systems.
Develops and implements an employee training and development plan.
Provides regular management reports as requested by the O&M team and the client.
May be required to be on call 24 / 7 to provide telephone assistance as well as emergency response to the facility.
Ensures compliance to all city, provincial, and federal license and certification requirements. Maintains and submits all records and documents to proper authorities.
Reviews all work and assures performance in accordance with established safety procedures.
Complies with all company policies and procedures and adheres to company standards.
Performs other duties as required
Bachelor's degree or equivalent field experience.
Five or more years experience in operations and maintenance.
Able to program and operate Building Automation Systems.
Advanced knowledge of HVAC systems and their operation.
Demonstrated leadership abilities.
Able to manage and train entry-level personnel.
Able to deal with customers and others at all levels.
Must be a team player, committed to working in a quality environment.
Johnson Controls and each of its Canadian subsidiaries are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to applicants, candidates and employees with disabilities, in accordance with applicable human rights legislation and in Ontario, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act ( AODA ).