Extending the life of taxpayer assets key role of preventative maintenance supervisor position

“With 20 school facilities, a huge bus garage and warehouse facility, and other structures on school property, identifying and fixing situations before they become expensive problems is fiscally prudent,” said Director of Business Operations Jeff Stark. “This person’s entire position is identifying preventative maintenance projects.”

The District Preventative Maintenance Supervisor will be responsible for identifying equipment and assets in need of continuing maintenance to operate, and therefore, catastrophic failures might be avoided through preventative maintenance. Examples of these types of equipment include chillers, boilers, filters, parking lots, kitchen equipment, roofs, plumbing, and more.

“Our maintenance staff does a tremendous job maintaining our facilities and equipment,” Stark said. “An individual dedicated to preventative maintenance will only enhance our ability to identify and fix issues before they become more expensive problems.”


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