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CUP Manager

Columbus, Georgia · Construction/Facilities
SUMMARY
As an Employee-Owned Company, VWI hires skilled employees who are eager to do more than just their assigned tasks. Our employees understand that positions and business needs change quicker than job overviews. This job overview should not limit our employees, but rather, encourage them to stretch their experience, adapt to change, grow their skills, and develop their ability to contribute to VWI’s employee ownership culture. This commitment requires our employees to perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

VWI allows for reasonable accommodations that enable an individual with a disability to participate in the application process, to perform the primary duties of a job, or to enjoy equal benefits and privileges of employment that are available to individuals without disabilities. 

WHY THE JOB EXISTS

Utility Plant O&M Services is funded and exercised. The CUP Manager serves as a supervisor over a plant operations and repair team. The CUP Manager provides the necessary on-site leadership skills to support a team encountering unique operating or repair problems. Tours areas, analyzes reports, and begins developing solutions before the problems escalate. Develops performance standards, counsels employees on performance, and makes formal and informal performance appraisals. The CUP Manager shall report directly to the CMM. The supervisor shall be able to direct, monitor, and oversee contractor staff necessary to execute all operations and maintenance requirements and quality control as described in this PWS and IAW established regulatory requirements.
Work Location:  Columbus, Georgia. One position is available.
KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS
The CUP Manager shall have at least five (5) years' experience in Central Energy Plant management operations, plus at least a two-year technical or applied science degree from an accredited US institution of higher learning. In addition, the CUP Manager shall not be subcontractor personnel. The CUP Manager shall be familiar with applicable HVAC, OSHA, NFPA/ASME, and ANSI/NEMA codes. Experience in at least two (2) Joint Commission hospital surveys is desirable.
Compensation & BENEFITS
We believe in putting our people first and to further emphasize our commitment to our employees, we offer competitive and rewarding compensation and a comprehensive benefits package, providing excellent options for every employee.

VWI is an Equal Opportunity Employer
VWI allows for reasonable accommodations that enable an individual with a disability to participate in the application process, to perform the primary duties of a job, or to enjoy equal benefits and privileges of employment that are available to individuals without disabilities.

VWI is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled
 

 

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