Facilities Maintenance Supervisor

Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Sep 29, 2016
Nov 28, 2016

Position summary

Our Exciting Work Environment

Delaware North operates Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, helping NASA educate, inspire and inform guests about the country's space program.  The guest experience includes tours of Kennedy Space Center, larger-than-life IMAX films, live shows, hands-on activities and Shuttle Launch Experience.

What's more, in June 2013, Delaware North opened the doors to Space Shuttle Atlantis - a $100 million exhibit that not only showcases the retired shuttle as its never been seen before, but also celebrates the rich history of the United States Space Program.

The Opportunity

Facilities Maintenance Supervisor

Direct the work of staff and direct reports of the facilities maintenance department. Assist the facilities maintenance manager in supervision and oversight of overall operation of facilities maintenance.  Ensures equipment and buildings are operational to ensure the safety of all guests and employees.  Coordinate schedules for technical support for special events; assign work orders on a daily basis; research potential vendors, purchase equipment and supplies, and provide guidance for maintenance management support. 


Note: Individual may not perform all of the responsibilities listed at a specific point in time, but will perform all of the responsibilities over an extended period of time.

  • Performs duties and responsibilities that are common to most supervisory positions.
  • Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise, review, and participate in the work of 2nd  and 3rd shift staff responsible for facility maintenance.
  • Participates extensively in meetings (staff, budget, events, and safety) and prepares reports to ensure continuous flow of communication.
  • Coordinates daily work direction and supports special events schedule.
  • Establish schedules and methods for providing facility maintenance services; identify resource needs; review needs with Facilities Maintenance Manager; allocate resources accordingly.
  • Participate in the development of goals and objectives as well as policies and procedures; make recommendations for changes and improvements to existing standards, policies, and procedures; participate in the implementation of approved policies and procedures; monitor work activities to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures.
  • Monitor and control supplies and equipment to perform preventative maintenance.
  • Train or coordinate training in facility maintenance and safety methods, procedures, and techniques.
  • Develop and organize preventative maintenance and safety inspection programs for all facilities and equipment.
  • Coordinate construction projects and facilities electrical outages with subcontractors.
  • Attends all company training relating to GuestPath (guest services), GreenPath (environmental management system), and safety awareness.
  • Responsible for computer generated Preventative Maintenance Schedules on facilities equipment, ensure facilities are ready and reports status of facilities to Facilities Maintenance Manager.
  • Follow safety and environmental business practices, wear proper PPE, and keep work area in a clean and orderly condition.
  • May generate or handle hazardous or controlled waste during regular job activities and be responsible for ensuring that hazardous or controlled waste is properly managed in accordance with all applicable NASA, state, and federal requirements and regulations. Although it is not a routine part of this job, individuals may be responsible for labeling and inspecting waste accumulation containers. This position requires site specific waste management training including initial RCRA hazardous waste management training within six months of assignment. Individuals will also be required to attend annual refresher training to meet the requirements of 40 CFR 265.16.
  • Performs all other duties as assigned.


  • Responsible for supporting special events during weekends. Supports special events requiring support from Exhibits and Fleet Maintenance.
  • Due to nature of the business in launch support and special projects, a candidate’s work schedule may change as required to accommodate special events.



MINIMUM: Bachelors Degree. Related experience may be substituted for the degree requirement at the rate of two years experience for one year of education.



MINIMUM: 4 years exhibits or attraction maintenance administration. Additional education may be substituted for experience at the rate of 2 years of education for each missing year of experience.

DESIRED:6 years exhibits or attraction maintenance administration.


MINIMUM: Able to handle multiple tasks and direct others.  Excellent interpersonal and analytical skills. Be proficient in Microsoft Office products – Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


Certificate, License, Registration, etc.

MINIMUM: Valid Florida drivers license


Travel Required