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Associate Vice Chancellor of Campus Planning & Facilities Management
University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Associate Vice Chancellor of Planning and Facilities – 26217

University of Colorado Colorado Springs


The University of  Colorado Colorado Springs seeks an accomplished leader to serve as the Associate Vice Chancellor of Planning and Facilities (AVC).  This position reports directly to the Senior Vice Chancellor of Administration and Finance.  Leading a team of 200 career staff and student employees, the AVC provides overall administration of facilities strategic planning, capital planning, facility design and construction, capital construction projects, general and auxiliary funded building maintenance, custodial services, grounds maintenance, utility management, sustainability programs, and parking and transportation.  Organizational units reporting to the AVC include Planning, Design, and Construction, Business Finance Solutions, Facilities, Office of Sustainability, and Parking and Transportation.

Minimum Requirements for the position include: 

  • A Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction management, facilities management, architecture, or a closely relate field
  • Minimum of 15 years of progressively responsible experience in capital development, design and construction management, physical plant operations, and utility operations
  • Excellent written and oral communication skill
  • Excellent leadership skills as demonstrated by effective collaboration with others in a shared work environment
  • Demonstrated commitment to and ability to work within a collaborative and multi-cultural environment
  • Demonstrated ability to identify, monitor, and comply with federal law, state law and policy, and university policy and procedures
  • Colorado Drivers license or ability to obtain within 30 days of hire

The full job posting is found at CU Careers with the address listed here.

To officially apply you must submit materials through the link above.

The online job description includes a detailed explanation of the position including Preferred Qualifications as well as the minimums listed above.  Along with the job description, job duties are specified as well as job competencies and detailed instructions on how to apply for this position.  Compensation for this position generally starts in the $170,000-$190,000 range with a broad array of benefits, such as:

  • Medical insurance
  • Dental, Vision, Life and Disability insurance
  • Generous paid vacation and sick time accruals
  • Retirement plans
  • Tuition Assistant Benefit
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Off Campus Housing Resources

Priority will be given to applications submitted by July 22, 2022.  However, this posting will remain open until filled.  Potential dates for initial screening of candidates will be the week of August 3rd, with on campus interviews for short listed candidates the week of August 22nd.  A tentative start date for this position is November 1, 2022.

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) is one of four campuses in the University of Colorado System and is home to 9,000 undergraduate and 1,800 graduate students.  UCCS offers 53 undergraduate degree programs, 24 graduate degree programs, and 8 doctoral programs.  UCCS is classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a “High Research University”.  Colorado Springs is a beautiful city at the base of Pike’s Peak.  The vibrant city has a mild climate with 247 days of sunshine each year. The Springs boasts countless recreational opportunities.


Director of Facilities Services
University of Colorado Boulder


Job Summary

Facilities Management at the University of Colorado Boulder encourages applications for the Director of Facilities Services! This position provides leadership and management to over 280 FTEs within multiple work units including Campus Building Services (Custodial, Solid Waste & Recycling, Integrated Pest Management), Outdoor Services (grounds maintenance, irrigation, snow removal) and Distribution Services (warehouse stores, mail & packaging, property services) and may provide oversight to the facilities management safety program or other service oriented work units as needed. These work units provide essential services, maintenance, and implement programs to both general fund/recharge facilities for CU Boulder. The Director position develops, leads and analyzes performance of budgets, service levels, staffing and schedules. In addition, this position recommends and implements facilities strategic program initiatives in support of maintaining critically important services to campus buildings and works with communication teams, building proctors and managers to tackle sophisticated problems and provide engagement and outreach regarding program changes and customer service issues and concerns.

This position may serve as a Facilities Management/Operations departmental member/liaison for the campus emergency management program and provides key support and guidance to the facilities operation’s customer service program. Additionally, this position will support campus sustainability programs, safety programs and serve on other committees as needed.

The University of Colorado Boulder is committed to building a culturally diverse community of faculty, staff, and students dedicated to contributing to an inclusive campus environment. We are an Equal Opportunity employer, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Who We Are

Facilities Management (FM) is responsible for the overall physical development and maintenance of the campus. The mission of the department is to provide a safe physical environment that promotes the advancement and transfer of knowledge.

What Your Key Responsibilities Will Be

Provide Leadership & Personnel Management

  • Provide leadership, management and administration to a diverse organization of essential services work units.
  • Supervise and lead the work of various unit managers, supervisors and program coordinators. Develop and resolve plans, goals, operating polices and guidelines. Design, implement and supervise program activities and workplace performance standards.
  • May provide supervision and oversight to a Facilities Safety Specialist and the facilities management safety program. Additionally, may lead and coordinate the Facilities Operations & Services training program, providing support to the work units it directly oversees and support other work units and divisions within FM.
  • Handle all human resources activities including position descriptions, evaluations, hiring, recruiting, performance management and dynamic discipline for state classified employees and university staff positions. Resolve staffing needs and reallocate positions as appropriate. Understand and follow state, university and departmental policies and procedures. Address personnel issues in a timely, consistent and effective manner.
  • Run employee career development training, settle work unit training needs and ensure training budgets are in alignment with requirements. Work with FM training coordinator regarding scheduling and coordinating leadership and supervisor trainings.

Fiscal Planning & Budget Management

  • In collaboration with FM Accounting, senior and executive management and recharge clients, direct personnel and work unit annual operating budgets that total approximately $20 million by evaluating service levels, maintenance and repair priorities, scheduling needs and analyzing performance metrics to develop service level agreements, routine preventive maintenance and long-range maintenance and service plans.
  • Develop personnel and operating budgets including general fund and recharge goals for assigned work units. Develop budget for service levels in support of new capital project footprint and facilities that require functional changes within existing space usage.

Program Management – Strategy, Planning, Process Development & Improvement

  • Collaborate with campus leaders, recharge facilities management and other facilities collaborators to ensure that the critical building functions and campus grounds of the university are well supported and maintained. Review work management metrics, quality control practices and identify process improvements. As the primary point of contact within Facilities Operations & Services for building managers/proctors, building users, and auxiliaries, address concerns related to building service levels and the quality and safety of the work performed.
  • Work closely with Planning, Design & Construction to ensure construction standards, building commissioning processes and quality assurance of contract work result in delivery of high quality and maintainable building spaces and campus grounds/landscape.
  • Provide oversight on the development of metrics that optimally measure the delivery of services and resources to benchmark and trend performance. Stay current with industry standard methodologies to drive performance and service levels toward continuous improvement and toward achieving the vision of “best in class”.
  • Review and track service agreements and processes to ensure consistency of performance and procedures between different work units within Facilities Operations and Services (FO). Provide updates, information and reminders to FO supervisory staff to ensure consistent messaging. With other FO directors and the AVC, review the FO employee handbook policies/procedures. Coordinate APPA Leadership training opportunities for supervisory staff.

Liaison with Campus Community & Internal FM Community

  • Provide excellent customer service by establishing and maintaining effective professional relationships with key customers.
  • Support FM Customer Service Committee and may participate in customer service focus groups to collect feedback on the quality of service delivery, efficiency of FM processes and procedures, use of work management system and future service requirements for the campus community.
  • Work with other Infrastructure & Sustainability staff to review plans and revise building standards and operational protocols as necessary to meet energy reduction, sustainability and climate action goals.
  • Keep client service level agreements up to date and coordinate efforts on keeping MOUs with strategic partners updated and accurate.

Promote a Workplace Culture of Safety

  • Support and continuously improve the Facilities Maintenance & Operations organization’s workplace safety program.
  • Working with division safety specialist, EH&S, employee safety committee and other Facilities Operations & Services directors ensure adequate standard operating procedures, employee training and proper personal protective equipment to meet workplace occupational safety and health standards.
  • Conduct safety assessments, review root cause analysis incident investigation, implement safe behaviors and workplace standard methodologies to mitigate job hazards and minimize incident rates.

What You Should Know

  • All University of Colorado Boulder employees are required to follow the campus COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
    • New employees must provide proof of vaccination or receive a medical or religious exemption within 30 days of employment.
  • This is a full-time, in person position.

What We Can Offer

  • The salary range for this position is $120,000 - $135,000 annually.


The University of Colorado offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, retirement, paid time off, tuition benefit and ECO Pass. The University of Colorado Boulder is one of the largest employers in Boulder County and offers an inspiring higher education environment. Learn more about the University of Colorado Boulder.

Be Statements

Be adaptable. Be talented. Be Boulder.

What We Require

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Facilities Management, Business Administration or directly related field.
  • Eight years’ experience of directly related to the duties and responsibilities described above, including at least five years of facilities-related supervisory experience in progressively responsible positions.
  • Can substitute experience for the degree on a year for year basis for a total of 12 years of facilities management or facilities service delivery.
  • Strong budget and financial management skills, including experience preparing operating budgets, charge rates and analysis involving cost/benefit and payback.
  • Experience with use and optimization of computer based or integrated work management systems to support business process and management decision-making.

What You Will Need

  • Excellent oral/written communication skills and strong customer service orientation.
  • Proven interpersonal skills to effectively lead, empower and influence others and the ability to develop strong professional working relationships.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Proven understanding of occupational safety standard methodologies.
  • Knowledge of the State of Colorado Personnel rules, in addition to university/departmental policies.

What We Would Like You To Have

  • Experience running facilities services at a higher education institution or other large campus environment that includes complex research facilities.
  • Advanced degree in Engineering, Facilities Management, Business Administration or directly related field.
  • Certified Facilities Manager (CFM), Certified Educational Facilities Professional (CEFP), or closely related license or certification.

Special Instructions

To apply, please submit the following materials: 
  1. A current resume. 
  2. A cover letter that specifically tells us how your background and experience align with the requirements, qualifications, and responsibilities of the position. 
We may request references at a later time.
Please apply by July 10, 2022 for consideration.
Note: Application materials will not be accepted via email. For consideration, applications must be submitted through CU Boulder Jobs.


CEFP preferred.

Assistant Director of Physical Plant, Building Trades
Salisbury University

Assistant Director of Physical Plant, Building Trades

Salisbury University, a member of the University System of Maryland, is a regionally accredited four-year comprehensive institution offering 62 distinct graduate and undergraduate programs. Located on the historic Eastern Shore, SU's beautiful campus is some 30 miles from the Atlantic beaches and 2.5 hours from Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

Salisbury University is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Director of Physical Plant, Building Trades.

Primary Job Duties:  Lead, direct and manage the day to day operations of the University’s Building Trades department to ensure campus facilities are maintained properly in order to provide a clean, safe, and healthy environment that is conducive to learning, living and working. Operations include: painting, carpentry, locksmith, roofing, masonry, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, HVAC, and other building trades. This position provides vision, planning, education and training, skilled leadership/management, coordination and supervision involving all aspects of the development and maintenance of the SU Buildings and allied properties while ensuring the highest standard of customer service is attained. Work with Building Trades Managers to ensure adequate staffing levels are met to meet campus needs and ensure work is planned & prioritized, and at acceptable standards. Manage department annual budget. Work with A&E staff, consultants, Capital Project Design Teams, etc. in reviewing and commenting on building systems and during construction. Consult with Building Trades Managers in reviewing reports and establishing benchmarks from the computerized maintenance management system of the Department and make the necessary process improvements. Ensure all work completed is compliant with all Federal, State, NFPA, and any other OSHA/MOSHA or safety/rules/regulations. Interact with the Campus Community on requested support, ensure high standards of customer service are attained, track/monitor response times and frequent issues and make modifications as necessary.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Construction/Facilities Management, Business, Management, Engineering or related field, plus at least 7 years of experience in supervising a small to medium service operation. 

Preferred Qualifications: Experience in an educational facility, building maintenance and establishing campus maintenance standards are preferred. Certification as a CEFP from APPA, CFM from IFMA, FMC from BOMI, or equivalent preferred.

This is a full-time, exempt State position with a full benefits package. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. This position is considered essential and may be called upon to provide emergency coverage when necessary.

Applications received by July 31, 2022 will be given full consideration.  The position will remain open until filled.

Applications will be accepted via Salisbury University's Online Employment Application System. Please visit our website to apply online. See the FAQs of the Online Employment Application System for more information and instructions.  To be considered an applicant, you must apply online and submit a cover letter and resume. All documents that you wish to provide must be attached to your application in the Online Employment Application System. Please do not send any documents via E-mail.  Three professional references will be requested and required before the final stages of the search. Candidates will be notified prior to references being contacted.

SU is an EEO employer and is strongly committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff and student body.


CEFP preferred.

Associate of Facilities Management
Charleston County School District


To plan, supervise and direct all activities and functions of facilities management including maintenance; facility engineering; construction design criteria management; capital maintenance; facility space planning and utilization; environmental programs; energy and utilities programs; fire marshal inspection; vehicle fleet management; playground programs; custodial, grounds, and pest control services; ensure that programs are consistent with District goals and objectives; provide leadership and direction of subordinates who administer the major programs within the above areas; enable the Superintendent to more effectively carry out the duties and responsibilities of his/her office by relieving him/her of routine administrative and supervisory duties relating to assigned


Bachelor’s Degree


* Bachelor's Degree in areas of Business, Management, Engineering or related field; and

* Five (5) years supervisory experience in the industrial or school environment in the area of planning and/or maintaining physical facilities.


Strong management and administrative skills; experience working with multiple organizational units; * Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as interpersonal skills; and * Must have the ability to work with diverse groups of people to include external stakeholders.


Demonstrated experience and expertise in ISO 9000 systems, Six Sigma Systems, Baldrige Systems. 


1. Serves as principal advisor to the Superintendent and Chief Operating Officer for the Facilities Management Department functions of maintenance, engineering, capital maintenance, space utilization, environmental, energy, playgrounds, fire inspection, vehicles, custodial, grounds and pest control services;

2. Supervises all assigned Facilities Management branches providing leadership and direction for all assigned responsibilities;

3. Works closely with Learning Services division leadership on issues involving all assigned responsibilities;

4. Acts as the senior contract administrator for contracts for all Facilities Management requirements;

5. Prepares and maintains facility assessments and long-range plans for renovations and maintenance of educational facilities;

6. Plans, programs, and executes preventive and reactive maintenance programs for all facilities;

7. Plans, programs, and executes custodial, grounds, solid waste, and pest control services for all facilities;

8. Maintains, updates, and publishes the Facility Design Requirements for the District capital building and capital maintenance programs;

9. Provides engineering support for studies and designs associated with real estate, capital building and maintenance programs;

10. Manages space utilization for administrative buildings and plans and executes school and administrative departmental moves;

11. Manages the District Resource Allocation Request (RAR) program to gather, review, present for approval, and execute facility and related new program requests submitted by schools and departments across the District;

12. Plans, programs, designs and executes capital maintenance programs; designs and executes Career Technology Education programs;

13. Manages environmental programs including asbestos, lead, underground storage tanks, fuel systems, air quality, drinking water quality, wastewater, hazardous waste, and hazard communication; and conservation programs such as recycling and composting to encourage green initiatives within school settings;

14. Plans, programs, and executes energy programs, including building automation, utility accounts, energy projects, and conservation programs both within the department and within schools;

15. Plans, programs, designs, installs, and maintains playgrounds for all facilities;

16. Manages and maintains Operations Division vehicle fleet for all Operations departments;

17. Manages and publishes electronic facility drawing library to ensure consistency of facility information and access to facility records;

18. Other duties as assigned. 


1. Prepares agenda information relating to the Facilities Management Department to the Board of Trustees;

2. Conducts a continual analysis of standard systems and procedures utilized in the Facilities Management Department;

3. Provides information and statistics and compiles reports for various federal and state agencies, other school districts, etc.;

4. Assists in shaping District Capital Building programs;

5. Makes periodic reports to the Superintendent concerning budgets and the status of all assigned programs;

6. Works with the Superintendent in preparation of the annual budgets and assists in presenting this information to the Board of Trustees and the public;

7. Provides for the continual training and development of all employees within the Facilities Management Department;

8. Maintains membership and active participations in national, state and local services and professional associations, organizations and committees to ensure competency in areas of responsibility;

9. Performs other duties as assigned by the Chief Operating Officer.


1. Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard, mouse, and to handle other computer components; ability to sit for extended periods of time; ability to deal with stress associated with meeting multiple deadlines.

2. Work is performed in a normal heated or air conditioned office environment; exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and able to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects; sedentary work involves sitting most of the time; fast paced environment with fluctuating deadlines.

3. This position requires flexibility. The person should be able to adapt to changes in the District and respond quickly to customer needs and fluctuation in work volume.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at



Manager of Campus Energy
Carleton College

The Manager of Campus Energy provides leadership to the campus energy program and utility systems, to support and advance Carleton’s efforts to continue its leadership in sustainability as it relates to campus energy and greenhouse gas emissions, and manage related capital projects. The Manager will develop strategies to embed principles of sustainability in the areas of energy management and conservation and the operation of the College, both in its role as a place of learning and research, and as a member of the local community. 

The Manager of Campus Energy will manage the campus energy budget including sourcing, production, purchasing strategies, metering, and energy use, facilitate the planning, scope, and budget development of capital projects, and collaborate with others to conceive, develop, and implement strategies for the campus to achieve carbon neutrality.

Carleton College is an AA/EEO employer. We are committed to developing our staff to better reflect the diversity of our student body and American society. Members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

What Carleton College has for you: Carleton offers a generous benefits package, including comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance, 403(b) retirement plans with a 10% employer contribution with immediate vesting, a health savings account with college contribution, a generous paid time off, as well as access to many other campus amenities.

The successful candidate possesses a degree in mechanical or electrical engineering, along with five to ten years of proven accomplishment and experience with the planning, development, design, implementations, and management of complex capital projects and experience with facility management and operations. Must have five years experience with energy management principles and central utility systems serving multiple facilities. Preferred qualifications include a current Professional Engineering license, certified Energy Manager Accreditation, and experience working in a higher education environment.

Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the hire is complete. We accept only online applications. To learn more visit:

Carleton is a private liberal arts residential campus with nearly 2000 students and 800 faculty & staff. Carleton is located in Northfield, Minnesota, approximately 40 miles south of the Twin Cities. Northfield is a short commute from the metro that offers an interesting alternative to working in corporate America. A place with small town charm with big city opportunity. If you are looking for a stimulating environment to work, take a closer look at this opportunity today.

Assistant Director of Capital Outlay
University of Mary Washington

Assistant Director of Capital Outlay

University of Mary Washington

We are located in Fredericksburg, Va., within an hour’s drive of both Washington, D.C., and Richmond, Va., providing students with unique internships, research excursions, and recreational opportunities. UMW has two other nearby campuses: one in Stafford, Va., which caters to graduate and adult degree programs; and another in Dahlgren, Va., which offers continuing education and professional development courses for the region’s engineers, scientists and administrative professionals.


Full-time position as Assistant Director of Capital Outlay. The anticipated salary range is $80,000 - $100,000 plus an excellent benefits package.


Assists, directs and supervises Capital Outlay Projects. Directs complex planning and execution of multiple projects, typically in the range of $500,000 to $30,000,000. Oversees preparation of plans and specifications and selection of design firms. Responsible for development of project budgets. Provides technical consultation in design development. Coordinates program development between design firms, customers and clients. Coordinates bid process with Purchasing Office, architects, engineers and state agencies. Is often principal Facilities representative on building committees. Establishes policy and guidelines to include design standards and inspection processes for agency. Resolves challenging contract management issues involving customers, contractors and other constituencies, including responding to local government and citizen concerns. Assists in development of Six-Year Capital Outlay Project Plans for agency.

Actively monitors, directly and through assigned staff, design and construction to ensure satisfaction of customer requirements. Interprets and resolves technical issues involving building code or regulation. Supervises assigned staff of project inspectors. Monitors and manages projects for budge and schedule. Prepares project schedules and monitors contract performance. Verifies work completion in accordance with plans and specifications and authorizes payments. Maintains necessary legal and historical files and records.

Responsible for implantation and compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED), and historic preservation guidelines on university projects.

Assist in the oversight of the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) for the university along with the Director for Landscape and Grounds.

Assists Director of Capital Outlay in administration of the Capital Outlay Program and supervision of the Capital Outlay Personnel. This position is designated essential in accordance with DHRM Policy 1.35.


Required Qualifications:

Broad knowledge and experience in institutional building design and construction practices and procedures. Must understand design process including program development and preparation of plans and specifications. Knowledge of project management processes required. Able to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Must demonstrate pervious ability to plan and direct major construction projects and capable of solving complex problems.

Must be a college graduate with a degree in architecture, engineering or building construction, or a related field or equivalent experience. Registration as professional engineer or architect required. Driver’s license.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience and familiarity with the Virginia Uniform State Building Code (VUSBC), Commonwealth’s Construction and Professional Services Manual (CPSM), computer aided design (AutoCAD), Stormwater Management (SWM) and Erosion & Sediment (E&S) Control Regulations and project management software are preferred.

Experience in institutional building design and construction practices and procedures.

Certification as a Virginia Construction Contracting Officer or ability to become certified within one year of hire. Certification by the Department of Environmental Quality in Stormwater Management and Erosion & Sediment Control or ability to become certified within one year of hiring.


The University of Mary Washington is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive work and educational community that is free of all forms of discrimination. This institution does not tolerate discrimination or harassment on the basis of age, color disability, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, parental status. We promote access, inclusion and diversity for all students, faculty, staff, constituents and programs, believing that these qualities are foundational components of an outstanding education in keeping with our mission. The university is interested in candidates whose experience and qualifications support an ongoing commitment to this core quality. 

For More Information and to Apply:


Director of Planning, Design and Construction
Florida State University

Florida State University seeks an experienced, strategic, and collaborative facilities leader to serve as the Director of Planning, Design and Construction. 


Reporting to the Senior Associate Vice President for Facilities, the Director serves as a member of the Facilities Department's senior management team and is responsible for the operational management and administrative direction of the Facilities Planning, Space Utilization, Facilities Archives, GIS Mapping, Leasing, and Property Management, Construction, In-House Design and Project Management (major and minor projects). Across these teams, the Director is responsible for the overall supervision, leadership, direction, and coordination of approximately 30 people.


This leadership role performs work with broad managerial and strategic responsibilities in planning, organizing, directing, and advancing the culture of innovation across the university. As such this role serves as a vital leader on the Facilities team.  FSU Facilities is developing new Strategic Plans on how to best serve and support our new Transformed Campus that will emerge in the coming years. Creativity, forward-visioning, and engagement from the Director will be critical to creating, embracing, and leading these strategic plans.


Candidates for Director will have compelling leadership, management, and collaboration qualities and preferably experience working with executive management and governance boards. They will have the highest level of integrity and will demonstrate a track record of developing, mentoring, and supporting diverse and high-functioning teams and provide equitable and inclusive working environments to the staff they supervise and the faculty, staff, and students they work with.


Preference will be given to candidates with at least ten years of experience in the field of architecture, engineering, and/or planning and five years of supervision and management experience. A bachelor's degree in Engineering, Architecture, or related field is required, and licensure as a Professional Engineer or Registered Architect and LEED AP certification is preferred.


For more information, please see the full position description at


Florida State University has retained Opus Partners to support the recruitment of this position. Katie Dean, Associate Partner and Chris Stadler, Associate, are leading the search.  Applications and nominations should be sent by email to:  Applications should include a cover letter and resume that should address your experience related to the position responsibilities and the required and preferred qualifications.


FSU is an Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. FSU’s Equal Opportunity Statement can be viewed by clicking here.

Facilities Space Inventory Specialist
University of Houston

Facilities Space Inventory Specialist - (STA010006) Specialist, Facilities Space Inventory 


: H0450 Planning 

Leads the facilities reporting efforts in the collection, maintenance, and management of space inventory data for UH and UH System. Maintains the space management system and ensures data integrity through testing and audits (data and field). Oversees the preparation and maintenance of facilities reports and architectural floor plans. Creates custom data sets from multiple institutional sources and performs statistical analysis to support strategic facilities planning.

  1. Oversees and administers the space management systems. Ensures space management system availability and data accuracy for internal and external (state and federal) reporting requirements.
  2. Maintains detailed facilities inventory and space utilization data for UH and UH System.
  3. Obtains current information for the facilities inventory and space utilization data for UH and UH System.
  4. May supervise professional staff and contract vendors.
  5. Schedules annual institutional space utilization survey to gather and document space assignments, room usage, room types, occupants, and principle investigators as defined by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
  6. Compiles, analyzes, and visualizes data for strategic facilities planning assembling data sets from multiple institutional sources.
  7. Designs models and conducts statistical and other quantitative data analysis.
  8. Trains team members in facilities reporting procedures and in the maintenance of floor plans and graphics.
  9. Prepares Coordinating Board capital projects applications, reports, and master plans.
  10. Develops and maintains procedures for facility condition assessments, walk-throughs, and space reporting. Supervises students, temps, and ad-hoc teams in support of specific short-term objectives. Perform other duties as required.




Bachelors and 5 years experience

Education: Requires a thorough understanding of both theoretical and practical aspects of an analytical, technical or professional discipline; or the basic knowledge of more than one professional discipline. Knowledge of the discipline is normally obtained through a formal, directly job-related 4 year degree from a college or university or an equivalent in-depth specialized training program that is directly related to the type of work being performed. Preferred: Degree in Architecture, Business of Computer Science fields.Software Preference: Advanced knowledge in AutoCAD, REVIT or other BIM software and working knowledge or ArcGIS or other GIS software.Experience: Requires a minimum of five (5) years of directly job-related experience.

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Project Manager - Sustainability Planner
University of Texas at Austin

Perform technical review of project documents, oversight to construction standards, and applying related design and construction principles and practice to complex, extensive and diversified projects in the specialty area.


  • Develop and coordinate the strategic direction and implementation of a sustainability program that aims to transform the university into a thriving and sustainable community that contributes positively to the global challenge of climate change and sustainable development.
  • Responsible for directing and managing sustainable project planning and feasibility studies to develop capital projects by establishing project scope, schedule, budget for concurrent multiple projects.   Support plans with input on the technical, financial, operational, and aesthetic impact of sustainable design practices.  Implement and manage tools for analyzing applications for sustainable design such as life-cycle cost analyses, embodied carbon assessments, etc.
  • Develop, maintain, and enforce compliance with sustainable design standards and guidelines.  Coordinate with Technical Review Team to establish and maintain review process for standards.  Coordinate with Campus Construction teams on construction protocols and close-out procedures, including commissioning and related efforts.  Work with Facilities Operation and Maintenance for data on success of sustainable standards via building monitoring and other related data.
  • Support the FPM Sustainability department in strategic efforts and in long-term planning and strategic initiatives.  Act as primary liaison to UT units and departments in relation to sustainable planning, including Colleges and academic departments, UEM, PTS, and EHS.  Act as primary lead in comprehensive master plan on sustainability related matters.
  • Support capital renewal efforts through assessment of existing building and infrastructure conditions and impact on sustainability goals.  Provide guidelines and participate in Replacement and Renewal program to integrate sustainability goals into ongoing updates on campus infrastructure.  Manage integration of campus sustainability goals into Comprehensive Master Plan development.
  • Secure/maintain required discipline license including any continued education criterion.  Maintain applicable sustainable design credentials as required to fulfill the requirements of the position.  Engage in relevant professional organizations, conferences and other activities to remaining aware of current best practices and opportunities for sustainable design.
  • Other related functions as assigned.


For a detailed description and to apply for this position, please visit our online job application system at: