This question is about maintenance manager.
It takes 9 years of professional experience to become a maintenance manager. That is the time it takes to learn specific maintenance manager skills, but does not account for time spent in formal education. If you include the normal education requirements to complete a college degree, then it takes 12 to 14 years years to become a maintenance manager.
There are certain skills that you need to obtain in order to become a successful maintenance manager. Some of the most common skills are listed below. Along with each skill, we provide an actual example of how someone included the skill on their resume:
Customer Service -- Researched, developed and implemented new Energy Management service operating procedures for the effective use of buildings and increased customer service.
Osha -- Performed administrative and record keeping functions in support of the organization safety organization to support OSHA VPP elements.
Maintenance Department -- Managed the electrical and electronic maintenance department in the Ship Port, developed and executed maintenance procedures manual and functional/operational manual.
Hvac -- Complete renovation projects on rental properties Repair drywall and painting Replace flooring Plumbing Landscaping Building maintenance Chimney sweeping HVAC preventative maintenance
Continuous Improvement -- Initiate corrective/preventive and continuous improvement opportunities through defined/documented channels and actively participate in developing, implementing and verifying corrective/improvement actions.