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Specialist II, Central Maintenance (260 Days) Relevant Educational Qualifications Job

3 months ago Other categories Dallas   142 views
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  • Initiate, track, and maintain accurate records for certificate of occupancy, ensuring the District is following all fire department regulations and requests.
  • Act as a liaison between the City of Dallas and the District for permits and certifications and licenses.
  • Project budget expenses related to certifications and training needs for the District yearly.
  • Provide monthly and ad hoc reporting related to certifications and training.
  • Utilize Oracle procurement software to complete receivers and maintain vendor accounts; process and maintain payments and documentation for permit fees; and notifications for state regulatory agencies, vendors and contractors.
  • Disseminate information to the public by generating or editing documents and correspondences. Respond to inquiries from staff/public in an accurate, knowledgeable, efficient, and responsible manner; direct to appropriate staff for response as needed.
  • Maintain program records and files, including certificates, floor plans, and internal documents with confidentiality.
  • anCorrespond with the Fire Marshall, City of Dallas and/or District by email, in person, or phone. Participate in inspections of campuses and non-instructional buildings in the District with the Fire Marshall or City of Dallas representative.
  • Work with other District departments such as Construction Services, Custodial Services, Emergency Management, and Risk Management to address issues related to fire inspections and/or requests from Fire Marshall.
  • Prepare all documents including letters of intent, official request letters to the City, notices, instructions, and specifications.
  • Provide timeline of when compliance items will be updated and/or completed.
  • Develop, implement, and maintain an annual Cyclic Maintenance Schedule for the assigned maintenance crafts.
  • Serving as liaison between Maintenance Services and the schools within assigned area of responsibility.
  • Provide exemplary technical knowledge of the work order system. Review, accept, assign, print, open and close work orders on a daily basis.
  • Prepare, create, and modify statistical reports from the work order system, identifying work order status as requested.
  • Work with supervisors to create a budget in the work order system for all purchases.
  • Work closely and correspond with other departments in Dallas ISD such as Electrical, Plumbing, Grounds, and HVAC, etc.
  • Report and resolve maintenance issues to improve safety conditions in District facilities.
  • Perform all other tasks and duties as assigned.


  • High School diploma or USA equivalency.
  • Two (2) years formal job-related training, associate degree or equivalent to three (3) years of job specific experience.
  • Advnced knowledge of city ordinances and fire regulations.
  • Knowledge of Enterprise Resource Planning software, proficient preferred.
  • Proven ability to present a positive image for the District, maintain professional demeanor, provide effective customer service and make good decisions.
  • Knowledge of District organizations, operations, and administrative policies, preferred.
  • Proven skills in using Microsoft Office Professional and other business analysis software.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and written, at all District levels.
  • Demonstrated ability to keep accurate records and filing systems.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate within diverse community and district, staff members and the public at large.
  • Demonstrates exemplary organizational, problem solving and investigative skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage inventory programs to keep up with tools, equipment, materials, and shop stock.
  • Must maintain a valid Texas Driver's license and have a driving record that meets District standards
  • Must pass a Dallas ISD random drug test.
  • Ability to speak in Spanish is a plus.

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Company Description
Why Dallas ISD?
If you would like to work in a school district that is innovative, diverse, and focused on your professional growth, then consider applying to teach at Dallas Independent School District. Dallas ISD is the 2nd largest school district in Texas, serving over 155,000 students. Dallas ISD prides itself in outperforming the state in the 2019 state rating system and continues to be on the cutting edge of educational opportunities.
Though Dallas ISD is a large district, the individual learning experiences make each campus unique. Our schools include single-gendered education, dual-language programs, Montessori and personalized learning, Collegiate Academies, IB programs and more.