Quick Reference Guide to Services for Maintenance, Operations & Transportation 1.1 Introduction The Maintenance, Operations and Transportation Division is in place to respond to the District’s support services requirements. Maintenance, Operations (custodial & security), Transportation, Fleet, and Property Management are the departments that comprise the Division. This quick reference guide will give school staff a concise list of which department, and who to contact to request work or get information that is needed. 1.2 Components of Maintenance, Operations and Transportation Each of the five primary departmental areas serves the district in a very specific manner. Below is a matrix of what each department is responsible for and how the department is organized. Target Area & Department Who to Contact Organizational Definition Structure MOT Administration Maintenance, Toby Smith • Director of MOT Defined as: Operations & 252-3000 x344 • Secretary Administration for MOT. Transportation General information, Debbie Britt Disaster Preparedness 252-3000 x341 Coordination/Surveys, Fire Drill Reports, Earthquake Drill Coordination, Use Permit Oversight, Energy Conservation, Safety Committee. Work Control Desk Maintenance Fredie Long • 2 Secretaries Defined as: Department 252-3000 x359 Management, control, information & issue of all Kathy Vyfvinkel maint. work orders, use 252-3000 x360 permits. Maintenance Maintenance Earl Gifford • Maintenance Defined as: Department 252-3000 x352 Supervisor Repair/maintenance of • 2 Maintenance school site areas: Leads Carpentry,Electrical, • 14 Craftworkers Plumbing,Painting, Roofing,Locks,HVAC, Glass,Concrete, Fencing. Some minor construction and PM. Target Area & Department Who to Contact Department Definition Make-up Grounds Grounds Mario Pinheiro • Grounds Defined as: Department 252-3000 x354 Supervisor Repair/maintenance of • 10 Grounds school grounds areas: Workers playfields, planters, trees, shrubs, vegetation and irrigation system. District Safety District Safety Toby Smith, Chair • 13 committee Defined as: Committee 252-3000 x344 members inc. the A district-wide safety chair committee is in place to ensure a safe workplace. Custodial Operations Gus Cole • Operations Mgr. Defined as: Department 252-3000 x348 • Assistant Mgr. Cleaning and upkeep of • 54 Custodians all school buildings and grounds. Security Operations Gus Cole • Operations Mgr. Defined as: Department 252-3000 x348 • Assistant Mgr. Evening patrol, • 4 Security Guards monitoring, door/window Art Renteria lock checks and 252-3000 x349 reporting. Transportation Transportation Diane Leech • Transportation Defined as: Department 252-3000 x384 Mgr. Provide bus service for • Dispatcher Spec. Ed., ELD, • Scheduler Overflow & Field Trips, • Bus Driver & limited fee-based to Instructor some schools. • 31 Bus Drivers Fleet Transportation Chuck Houser • Fleet Manager Defined as: Department 252-3000 x375 • Fleet Spvr. Repair and maintenance • 2 Auto Mech. of the bus fleet, service Diane Leech • Equipment fleet and all mechanized 252-3000 x384 Service Person equipment. • Tools/Materials Service Person Property Management Property Toby Smith • 1 Property Defined as: Management 252-3000 x344 Analyst Manage all leased Department property. Purchase, Mike Veloria lease, and installation of 252-3000 x373 all modular classrooms. Playground equipment installations. Collect Developer fees. Maintain Plans Library.
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