Job Requisition Number: 24288. Facilities Services works to maintain a campus built environment that is conducive to teaching, learning and research. We strive to continuously improve the campus in partnership with all members of the campus community.
Facilities Services is comprised of the following units: Cal Zero Waste (formerly Campus Recycling and Refuse Services), Custodial Services, Customer Service Center, Engineering and Technical Services, Environmental Services, Grounds Operations, Shops, People's Park. The Customer Service Center is the central contact point for campus maintenance request.
Shift available: 7:00am-3:30pm
Receive calls from internal/external clients, assess priorities, advance requests, process work orders, handle client complaints, run status reports, process night log and work on call log, process web requests, process UCPD lock requests, coordinate with grounds for outdoor facility requests, receive work and support requests from crafts, and receive auto dialer alarm calls. Coordinate with leads for communication of work status information back to clients. Coordinate with departments for special event requests. Process shutdown requests from crafts, project managers, building personnel, external utility providers, and the city of Berkeley; coordinate with crafts and buildings on verifications, approvals, and confirmations of scope, time, & dates. Run reports and process data from reports for craft shops including: Labor distribution reports, work discrepancy report, work load report, and assist tag reports. Process reports from accounting, for work orders in recharge status without account numbers, or work orders within a MOP status with an account number. Work order creation, including knowing the right status, formatting, and how to apply the recharge policy. Work order completion including entering critical information about crafts’ response and knowing complete statuses. Additional duties as assigned by the Supervisor.•Effective written communication skills to prepare a variety of correspondence, reports, policies and procedures, and training documents. •Active listening, interpersonal communication, and problem-solving skills to effectively resolve questions, concerns, issues or problems and ensure cooperative and productive professional working relationships, with a diverse workforce in a complex organizational structure. •Must be proficient with Microsoft Office applications. •Ability to learn Computerized Maintenance Management System (IBM) software •Payroll timekeeping software (Kronos) comparable. •Working knowledge of practices and procedures relating to facility maintenance. •Working knowledge of practices and procedures of safety and emergency preparedness. •Ability to understand the University’s recharge policy. •Ability to function under fluctuating workloads, with frequent distractions and interruptions, and complete heavy workloads with established timeframe. •Able to work under pressure of deadlines in a stressful environment. •Organizational skills to work on multiple tasks with competing deadlines, to establish goals and work load priorities, and to meet deadlines. •Able to work both independently and as part of a team. •Proficiency in typing and proofreading; both keyboard and 10-key. •Ability to work with reports and spreadsheets.
Education/Training: •High school diploma or equivalent experience This position is governed by the terms and conditions in the agreement for the Clerical & Allied Services Unit (CX) between the University of California and Teamsters Local 2010. The current bargaining agreement manual can be found at: http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/labor/bargaining-units/cx/index.html
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