Title: Field Desk Supervisor Station Level 1-2 - Job ID 3579--REPOST
First Date Filing 11/1/2023
Last Date of Filing: 11/7/2023
Division/Unit: Station Environment & Operations
Reports to: DCSM/GSM
Work Location: Quay Street Depot
Hours of Work: Various
"THIS POSITION WILL BE OPEN TO ALL EMPLOYEEES CURRENTLY SERVING AS A STATION SUPERVISOR LEVEL I OR II"
Seeking meticulous candidates for a Confidential role in our organization's Specialized Cleaning Support Staff. This position entails diverse administrative tasks, including supporting management and employees, overseeing daily office needs, and managing tasks related to Mobile Wash operations.
Reporting directly to the designated Manager, the selected candidate will assume the role of Station Supervisor within the Mobile Wash unit. This role entails a range of responsibilities that contribute to the effective functioning of the station. The Station Supervisor will be responsible for communication coordination, data management, scheduling, facility upkeep, training oversight, and adherence to safety protocols.
Coordinate diverse communication systems for prompt call response and condition handling. Collaborate efficiently with Field Supervisors, Leadership, and team members. Manage databases for accuracy. Assist in scheduling cleaning assignments and notifying Supervisors. Organize daily reports electronically. Maintain records, manage incident filing, and track vehicle maintenance. Oversee employee training and maintain supplies. Inspect facilities, conduct safety talks, and manage vehicle keys. Prepare detailed reports and supervise on-site mechanics for optimal maintenance coordination. The role of the Station Supervisor entails professional communication, meticulous record-keeping, and safety commitment for efficient Mobile Wash unit operations.
Station Supervisor I - (Lateral Transfer)
Station Supervisor II - (Lateral Transfer)
Education and Experience:
Station Supervisors who have one (1) year in title.
Should have intermediate data analysis skills on Excel or similar tools to write and execute formulas and reports, pivot table summaries, and lookups. Demonstrated strong proficiency in Microsoft Office 365 tools, such as Word, Teams, SharePoint, and Power BI. Strong understanding of operational needs and resource allocation that balances schedules and prioritization of jobs to achieve daily and departmental goals.
Extensive computer skills for emails and spreadsheets.
Good time management to meet deadlines.
Clear communication in writing and speaking.
Ability to follow instructions and communicate with managers.
Organizational skills to handle multiple tasks and details.
Problem-solving skills for unexpected situations.
Leadership qualities to guide and support employees.
Reliable attendance and punctuality.
Adaptability to changes.
Positive attitude and professional behavior.
Willingness to learn and improve.
These attributes will make you successful in the role of a Station Supervisor
Based on evaluation of education, skills, experience and interview.
Pursuant to the New York State Public Officers Law & the MTA Code of Ethics, all employees who hold a policymaking position must file an Annual Statement of Financial Disclosure (FDS) with the NYS Commission on Ethics and Lobbying in Government (the “Commission”).
Equal Employment Opportunity:
MTA and its subsidiary and affiliated agencies are Equal Opportunity Employers, including with respect to veteran status and individuals with disabilities.
The MTA encourages qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and abilities, including military service members, to apply.