Building & Facilities Supervisor Salary in District of Columbia - District Average

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Average Salary for Building & Facilities Supervisor in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Building & Facilities Supervisor in District of Columbia - District Average is $84,202.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Building & Facilities Supervisor in District of Columbia - District Average is $40.48.

The average bonus of a(n) Building & Facilities Supervisor in District of Columbia - District Average is $3,023.00.

Job Description:

Supervises and coordinates activities of skilled trades workers engaged in maintaining and repairing equipment, structures, utility systems, buildings, and grounds. Develops work schedules and gives work assignments to subordinates. Directs workers engaged in major painting projects; performing structural repairs to masonry, woodwork, and furnishings of buildings; and maintaining and repairing building utility systems, such as electrical wiring and controls, heating and ventilating systems. Oversees workers engaged in installing, servicing, and repairing mechanical equipment. Requisitions tools, equipment, and supplies. Inspects completed work for conformance to blueprints, specifications, and standards. Interprets company policy to employees and enforces company policy and practices. Analyzes and resolves work problems, or assists employees in solving work problems. Performs related work as required. May supervise security to protect employees and property. May direct workers engaged in ground maintenance activities, such as mowing lawns, trimming hedges, removing weeds, raking and disposing of leaves and refuse, and snow removal. May supervise custodial services. May recruit, hire, train staff, evaluate employee performance, and recommend or initiate promotions, transfers, and disciplinary action. Less

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