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For the week of July 25, 2022

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Associate Vice President for Facilities Services
University of Chicago

Job Summary

The University of Chicago is seeking an Associate Vice President for Facilities Services to provide strategic direction and planning for the stewardship of the University’s 217-acre campus comprised of 170 buildings with 18 million gross square feet of space in addition to other domestic and international sites. Reporting to the Executive Vice President, the Associate Vice President for Facilities Services will lead a staff of approximately 300 responsible for supporting the academic mission of the campus through securing and maintaining the viability and integrity of the physical campus via: capital project delivery; facilities operations; finance and business services; and campus planning and sustainability.

Responsibilities

  • Foster effective communication, collaboration, and inclusiveness within the facilities services organization while serving as a staff advocate who supports high quality, innovative programs to attract, develop, motivate, and retain a diverse workforce. Effectively oversee the full range of unit activities and services and capably lead the senior management team in fulfilment of the unit’s objectives.
  • Deliver high quality construction and renovation projects on schedule and within budget. Provide University leadership and the Board of Trustees with grounds for high confidence that the University of Chicago has appropriately managed risk and obtained the best possible solutions at the lowest lifetime cost that achieves program, urban and environmental goals. Provide clear, transparent reporting on capital activity.
  • Strengthen working relationships between Facilities Services and the campus community (faculty, students, and staff) while achieving enhanced credibility and trust within and between the unit and the University of Chicago community. Communicate goals, priorities, and plans to internal facilities personnel and to the campus community that allows for open dialogue to review and adjust when necessary. Ensure a high standard of transparency in decision making.
  • Oversee the analysis, development, implementation, and monitoring of all facilities budgets including operations, maintenance, and capital project budgets, ensuring that the unit is delivering services in the most cost-appropriate and transparent way. Deliver on Facilities Services budget targets and agreed financial performance objectives.
  • Facilitate continuing long-term planning to ensure that campus renewal meets the evolving needs of the institution and remains fully aligned with the strategic direction of the University. Demonstrate commitment to resource stewardship from both an economic and sustainability perspective. Lead and support sustainability objectives in both operating and capital programs.

Qualifications

  • Minimum 8 years’ experience in facilities leadership at large academic, healthcare, corporate, civic, government, or construction organizations required.
  • Well-rounded experience and knowledge for managing facilities services and personnel required.
  • Facilities leadership in operations and construction management, including experience having direct oversight of capital project delivery, required.
  • Demonstrated excellence in managing budgets and finances for capital projects and capital investments.
  • Experience leading the development of people and culture through diversity, equity, and inclusion, performance metrics, and professional development programming.
  • Successful primary responsibility for construction management on large-scale building and site development projects of various building types preferred.
  • Deep knowledge of facilities and environmental planning and design preferred.
  • Experience working in a unionized environment preferred

Competencies

  • Insightful developer and motivator of a high-caliber, diverse leadership team.
  • Thoughtful decision-maker, giving importance to data and diversity.
  • Energetic, inspiring high performance in others.
  • Collaborative, working in partnership with other campus leaders, units, and project stakeholders.
  • Communicative and effective in aligning partners and staff to a plan.
  • Elevated level of personal integrity, ethics, initiative, and emotional intelligence.
  • Commitment to creating economic opportunity on all construction projects for women and minorities in the City of Chicago and its South Side.
  • Highly effective negotiator.
  • Engaging and inclusive leader, continuously seeking ideas and input from others.

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Master’s degree preferred

About the Search

The University of Chicago is conducting a national search with the assistance of Helbling & Associates (www.helblingsearch.com), an executive search firm specializing in areas of facilities management, construction, engineering, and real estate development.

Please Submit Applications or Nominations to

Joe Wargo, Regional Manager

E:  JoeW@helblingsearch.com

O:  (724) 935-7500 x 107

C:  (412) 398-3762

Rick Nawoczynski, Senior Managing Consultant

E:  RickN@helblingsearch.com

O:  (724) 935-7500 x 112

C:  (724) 462-5393

Please note all job seekers wishing to be considered for the position must also submit their materials through the University of Chicago’s Workday site.


The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Disabled/Veterans Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or other protected classes under the law. For additional information please see the University's Notice of Nondiscrimination.

The University seeks a diverse pool of applicants who wish to join an academic community that places the highest value on rigorous inquiry and encourages a diversity of perspectives, experiences, groups of individuals, and ideas to inform and stimulate intellectual challenge, engagement, and exchange.

 


Director of Physical Plant
McDaniel College

McDaniel College, recognized nationally among “Colleges that Change Lives” and U.S. News and World Report top-tier liberal arts colleges, is a four-year private college of the liberal arts and sciences offering more than 60 undergraduate programs of study, including dual and student-designed majors, plus 20 highly regarded graduate programs.

McDaniel College invites applications for a Director of Physical Plant. Salary for this full-time position is commensurate with qualifications and experience. At McDaniel College we value our employees by offering our full-time employees tuition remission, 403B retirement accounts, paid time off, medical insurance, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, and paid maternity and parental leave. Visit College website for details.

Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Facilities Management, the Director of Physical Plant oversees day-to-day operations, budget, and personnel for Facilities Management, which includes Grounds, Building Maintenance and Repair (e.g., trades, Steam Plant), Housekeeping, Project Management, Vehicle Fleet, and the Locksmith. This full-time, 12-month essential position manages over 25 full-time employees.   

Basic Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Advising all trades in a technical manner as needed.
  • Managing Facilities Management’s operating and capital budget. Developing and implementing actions to control cost center expenses and meet division goals.
  • Monitoring work performance assuring the quality of work meets industry best practice and department standards.
  • Monitoring routine and preventive maintenance schedules assuring the proper care of campus facilities, systems, and equipment.
  • Surveying and recommending replacement of equipment. Prioritizing equipment and systems scheduled for maintenance.
  • Monitoring all utilities and applicable systems. Partnering with third party advisors to develop initiatives to optimize energy systems and achieve efficiencies in a sustainable and environmental-friendly manner.
  • Identifying outsourced contractors to assist with work or projects beyond the capacity of existing employees.
  • Collaborating with divisions to develop special project scopes (e.g., renovations, updates), applicable budgets, and timelines to completion.
  • Collecting, storing, and managing facility and system general schematics, drawings, plans, renderings, and other applicable documentation.
  • Consulting with the Associate Vice President for Facilities Management to develop and implement annual reports, budgets, and short and long-term plans.
  • Collaborating with the Director of Risk, Environmental Health, and Safety to properly handle, store and dispose hazardous substances and waste. Maintaining records to document that the appropriate actions have occurred.
  • Maintaining records that all life safety systems and general facility systems (e.g., electrical, plumbing) meet all applicable local, state, and federal building and life safety code requirements.
  • Partnering with Directors of Campus Safety and Risk, Environmental Health, and Safety to coordinate annual safety checks for the fire alarm system, emergency lighting system, and general security.
  • Working with the Athletic Director to ensure all sports fields are in optimum condition for competition.

To apply

For a complete job description and to apply, please visit the college’s employment webpage. Completed applications must include the following: Cover Letter addressing position qualifications and related experience; Resume, Names and Contact Information of three professional references, and completed Job Application. Review of applications begins immediately. The position will remain open until filled.

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities.  McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran’s status or any other legally protected status. For more information on the college’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, please visit the college’s Campus Diversity & Inclusion web page.

 


Director of Physical Plant/Plant Engineer
Arkansas Tech University

Director of Physical Plant/Plant Engineer

Salary Range: $109,000 to $115,000

Position Summary:

The Director of Physical Plant/Plant Engineer is responsible for providing efficient physical plant facilities. The Director is responsible for the coordination, supervision, and direction of the basic support services of the facilities and campus community including: computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), environmental health & safety, engineering documentation, logistics, building, road, and ground improvements, custodial services, utilities, maintenance and repair. The director will also oversee certain construction/renovation projects.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Prepares and administers the Physical Plant and Facilities Management annual budget.

Routinely inspects University property and observes activities on University property for unsafe conditions which may lead to injury, takes appropriate action to correct any unsafe condition.

Administers general building, utility, lands and ground, motor pool and custodial maintenance.

Coordinates the general repair and maintenance work of the internal trades and outside contractors.

Administers the computerized maintenance management system to collect data, coordinate and evaluate all maintenance and preventative maintenance activities performed by Facilities Management.

Administers all engineering documentation necessary to maintain current as-builts, warranty information, and operating manuals.

Supervises plans, specifications and cost estimates for all small internal remodeling projects and consults on infrastructure design and construction for larger initiatives.

Supervises shipping and receiving of freight.

Organizes the Facilities Management support services for major events such as commencement and Homecoming.

Attends professional meetings to stay updated regarding the most recent developments in facilities support.

Oversees the hiring and evaluation of Facilities Management employees.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Five to seven years of progressively more responsible experience is required, some of which must have included construction and maintenance of a large plant and supervision responsibilities for a large group of skilled and unskilled maintenance employees.

Knowledge of all skilled trades and computer maintenance management systems is preferred.

Community college, university or public-school experience is desirable.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in Engineering or a related field. Three to five years supervisory experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

Autocad and/or other computer aided drafting or modeling skills.

Professional engineer licensure a plus.

APPA Certification preferred.

Experience with higher education institution facilities.

For More Information and to Apply:

https://atu.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/1164?c=atu

 

CEFP preferred.


Director of Sustainability
College of Charleston

Director of Sustainability

College of Charleston

DIRECTOR OF SUSTAINABILITY – COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

Provides guidance/vision for the Center for Sustainable Development (CSD) by fulfilling the College’s goal of fostering a culture of innovation to support sustainable solutions. Responsible for strategic development/operational management of the CSD. Responsible for the CSD’s key programs, including developing, implementing and evaluating programs or projects that will assist in achieving the stated goals in the Sustainability Action Plan. Develops action plans including a Climate Action Plan and Zero Waste Action Plan. Assists in planning and executing sustainability-related events.  Leads/manages staff, finances, equipment and the effective implementation of programs and policies. Monitors, tracks and reports on progress towards achieving campus sustainability goals. Responsible for coordinating and completing the campus programs using AASHE STARS and Second Nature.  Creates partnerships with departments on campus that will lead to effective implementation of sustainability project goals and objectives. Works closely with the QEP Director and other faculty members to continue to support sustainability literacy programming and training. Fosters experiential learning opportunities for student interns and volunteers.  Develops/implements new student engagement opportunities with the Center, as well as maintains and supports the ongoing internship program. Engages students, faculty and staff in sustainability activities and operations.  Acts as a College representative on campus and community sustainability committees. Develops a College sustainability committee with diverse representation from the student body, faculty and staff. Works closely with stakeholders across the organization and community.

Bachelor’s degree related to environmental science, environmental studies, sustainability or directly related fields and 3 to 5 years of work experience leading sustainability initiatives for a large organization. Master’s degree related to environmental science, environmental studies, sustainability or directly related field is preferred. Proven experience in higher education leading sustainability programming is desired. LEED Accredited Professional or closely related sustainability credentials is also preferred. Candidates with an equivalent combination of experience and/or education are encouraged to apply.

Must have advanced knowledge/proficiency of various aspects of sustainability on a large college campus.  Demonstrated ability to identify and formulate long-term sustainability direction and goals with the ability to translate these long-term goals into short-term action items and operational activities is required.  A cooperative/collaborative leadership style that emphasizes inclusion, integrity, honesty, openness and fairness is required. Must have leadership and management experience and skills in program development and execution, as well as, demonstrated ability to work across silos and between multiple entities to achieve stated goals or objectives. Strong customer service orientation and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is required. Working knowledge in all Microsoft Office Suite, Google programs, Canva, social media outlets and MailChimp required. Demonstrated excellence in communicating complex or technical information verbally and in writing is preferred. Demonstrated skills in effective management/team building, and strong interpersonal and conflict resolution skills is desired. Must have skills in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion and decision-making to achieve organizational objectives. Must have willingness/ability to work occasional evening and weekend hours.

For more information, please go to https://jobs.cofc.edu/postings/12513

 


Director of Sustainability
University of Minnesota

About the Job

Description of Position
The Director of Campus Sustainability provides strategic leadership for sustainability on the Twin Cities campus of the University of Minnesota. The incumbent will lead operations sustainability planning and initiatives, and work with other University units to integrate sustainability into strategic and annual work plans. Through this work and other efforts, the Director will foster systemic change and support the development of a culture of sustainability.

The position is located on the Twin Cities campus of the University of Minnesota, reporting to the Associate Vice President for Facilities Management and the Chief Sustainability Officer. The Director is embedded in the University Services organization, working closely with the leadership teams of Facilities Management, Auxiliary Services, Capital Project Management, and Planning, Space, and Real Estate. The position collaborates with these leaders, the campus sustainability committee, and other leadership across campus on advancing operations sustainability. Work may address, but is not limited to, the following areas: energy efficiency, energy supply, waste management, grounds, construction, stormwater, transportation, food service, purchasing, materials, work practices, campus planning, and training. This position supervises two full-time employees and several student employees. The position collaborates often with and guides the work of other University Services staff that are key to sustainability efforts. 

Responsibilities

Planning: 
• Work with the University Services Vice President, Associate/Assistant Vice Presidents, and function leaders to establish strategic goals and objectives for operations sustainability on the Twin Cities campus.
• Serve as a key contributor to and leader in the development of a Climate Action Plan for the Twin Cities campus, providing content expertise and liaison to operations staff during this effort.
• Lead the development and implementation of a comprehensive operations sustainability plan.
• Provide programs, resources, tools, and other support to enable University functions and units to integrate sustainability into departmental strategic plans and work plans related to operations.

Program and Initiative Leadership:
• Drive systemic change by identifying, developing, leading, catalyzing, and/or maintaining strategic, transformative, organizationally cross-cutting sustainability programs and initiatives to implement the climate and sustainability plans.
• Work with leaders and subject matter experts in operations and functions units to support their sustainability efforts, and ensure implementation of initiatives that are key to University sustainability goals.
• Actively and effectively advocate for the integration of sustainability principles and practices into policies, rules, procedures, operations, contracted and self-performed services and actions.
• Lead efforts to build a program that fosters collaboration between operations and the academic mission, developing structures and systems to foster research, curricular, and experiential learning partnerships that advance operations sustainability.

Reporting, Evaluation, and Metrics: 
• Lead operations input to external sustainability assessments (e.g. AASHE STARS, THE Impact Rankings) and internal strategic reporting.
• Lead the integration of sustainability metrics and assessment tools into practice to support program development, improvement, planning, and other activities.

Outreach and Engagement: 
• Oversee the development and implementation of operations sustainability communication tools and media, such as the It All Adds Up sustainability campaign, to support institutional sustainability goals
• Ensure the development of sustainability engagement programs and training to foster involvement, collaboration, self-organization, and action by students and employees in campus sustainability efforts.
• Present to departments, student clubs and organizations, classes, campus governance, and other groups.
• Serve on and provide support to the Twin Cities Campus Sustainability Committee.

Team Development:
• Build and support the team of University Services staff responsible for developing and implementing sustainability related programs to advance strategic goals and objectives.
• Supervise and mentor two sustainability staff plus student staff. Has the authority to hire, transfer, promote, discharge, suspend, assign work, reward, discipline, and direct the work of these employees.
• Participate in University of Minnesota systemwide initiatives and teams.
 
Work Environment
The work is performed in a hybrid environment, with some work performed remotely and some in a general office setting. Occasional travel to facilities and sites on the Twin Cities campus and other locations in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area.  Occasional travel to other campuses in the University of Minnesota system.

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in related field and a minimum of eight years of experience in increasingly responsible professionally related work.

Preferred Qualifications
Masters degree. Degree in Sustainability, Planning, Environmental Management, Engineering, or related field. Experience with life cycle analysis, systems mapping, greenhouse gas inventory and emissions reduction planning, waste reduction and minimization, sustainable agriculture and food systems, environmentally preferred procurement, applied psychology and prosocial behavior, sustainable transportation, clean energy development and energy conservation, sustainable construction, urban planning, or other subject matter areas related to sustainable campus operations. A minimum of two years supervising others.

 

 

 

 


Office Manager, Physical Plant
University of Portland

The University of Portland seeks an Office Manager for Physical Plant. This position is responsible for providing administrative support to the Physical Plant department, consisting of approximately 100 staff members who conduct and coordinate the maintenance of the buildings and grounds at the University of Portland. This position also provides direct support to the Director of the Physical Plant in their role. Primary duties include office management, work order management, rental property coordination, departmental support and student worker supervision. This position includes supervisory duties of student employees.

The University of Portland is a thriving community of more than 4,000 students who come from around the nation and the world, as well as over 1,000 faculty and staff. The University is located on a bluff in a residential neighborhood overlooking the Willamette River and the beautiful, dynamic City of Portland. Since its inception in 1901, the University has been guided by the Congregation of Holy Cross, a Catholic religious congregation of priests and brothers. Through its mission of teaching and learning, faith and formation, and service and leadership, UP prepares people who respond to the needs of the world and its human family.

The University of Portland is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. The University of Portland does not discriminate in its educational programs, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs, or employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, or any other basis protected by and consistent with the law. The University expressly reserves its rights and obligations to maintain its commitment to its Catholic identity and the doctrines of the Catholic Church.

We offer our employees a competitive benefits package which includes:

  • Comprehensive, affordable medical and dental insurance plans for you and your dependents which include vision and alternative care options
  • 403(b) retirement plan which includes 11% employer contribution after two years of full-time service
  • Tuition Remission for employees after 90 days of full-time service; spouses and dependents eligible after two years of full-time service
  • 13 Paid Holidays in 2022 calendar year along with a 10-day vacation accrual upon hire
  • Home Loan Benefit Program
  • Access to Beauchamp Recreational & Wellness Fitness Center and Clark Library at no cost
  • Discounts across University of Portland campus including Bookstore, Athletics events, Outdoor Pursuits/Bike Shop and Performing & Fine Art productions

The hourly rate for this position is $20.84 per hour.

This is a full-time, non-exempt position with benefits. Link to the full job description is available here: https://bit.ly/OMPPlant

Apply at https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=75387

 


Asset Manager (7078U), Facilities Services - 38924
University of California, Berkeley

The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world’s leading institutions of higher education, distinguished by its combination of internationally recognized academic and research excellence; the transformative opportunity it provides to a large and diverse student body; its public mission and commitment to equity and social justice; and its roots in the California experience, animated by such values as innovation, questioning the status quo, and respect for the environment and nature.
 
Facilities Services works to maintain a campus built environment that is conducive to teaching, learning and research. We strive to continuously improve the campus in partnership with all members of the campus community. Within Facilities Services, the Asset Management team administers and coordinates facilities activities that impact the buildings within a respective region.
 
Responsibilities
Support renewal and maintenance projects and activities performed by internal staff and external vendors Assist with the prioritization of Facilities Services work and coordinate with staff to effectively execute the work.
Monitor quality and performance of regional work done by trades staff helping to understand short term and long term repairs, analyzing ROI and advocating for best approach.
Work with internal staff, external consultants and architectural/engineering firms to develop facility and project requirements for the region.
Monitor tenant improvement and deferred maintenance projects done in a region Work with Capital Strategies, Building Services, & FS IT group of project close-out documents and getting warranty information entered into system of record.
Maintain data on facility condition, life cycle and project costs, renewal plans and planned and completed projects for the region.
Review and manage regional work activities, and act as liaison among region participants, resolving problems or conflicts
 
Required Qualifications
Ability to work in machine room environments, which may be hot/cold, dirty and have poor connectivity.
Must be able to adjust schedule as campus needs require, identify major building equipment components and follow all safety processes and protocols.
Thorough skills in problem recognition / avoidance /resolution.
Thorough organizational and analytical skills including skill to provide high quality control.
Detail oriented to accurately proof contracts and other documents.
Thorough written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills including high level political acumen.
Proven ability to manage contractors and maintain compliance to the agreed-upon scope of work and budget.
A valid driver's license and DMV check for driving record is required.
 
Education
Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training.
 
Salary & Benefits
This is 100% full-time, 40-hours per week appointment, eligible for full UC benefits.
Annual salary is commensurate with experience within the range of $77,300.00 - $113,600.00.
 
To review the full job description and to apply, please follow this link:
 

Building Maintenance Technician, I
Aims Community College

Building Maintenance Technician, I

Instructions for all Applicants: apply directly https://aims.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Jobs/details/Building-Maintenance-Technician-I_R649-1 

Upon hire, all positions at Aims Community College require a criminal background check, and may require a MVR, and/or drug screen. Keep in mind, a conviction does not automatically preclude candidates from being employed. The nature of a conviction will be considered relative to the duties of the position.

Job Description:

The Buildings Maintenance Technician is responsible for assisting in the maintenance and repair of approximately 600,000 square feet of buildings, spread across four campuses in Greeley, Fort Lupton, Windsor and Loveland, as well as the Flight Training Center, Corporate Education Center, and multiple leased sites.

This position provides support to trades specialist positions within the Facilities & Operations Department as needed.

Work Schedule:

·Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Carpentry/Drywall & Remodeling:

  • Support alteration work such as rough carpentry and drywall
  • Assist in demolition, site cleaning, delivery of supplies & materials removal of trash, debris, packing material, etc.

Electrical:

  • Assists others and/or by repairing/replacing electrical items such as: light switches, receptacles, lamps, ballasts, etc.
  • Clean light lenses
  • Performs electrical preventative maintenance as assigned

Painting:

  • Prepares surfaces using tools of the trade.
  • Repairs surfaces for treatment
  • Applies paint, stain, varnish, or other finishes to walls, trims, shelves, equipment, etc.
  • Applies wall coverings

Installations & Setups:

  • Maintains, repairs, replaces, install equipment found in offices, classrooms, common areas, etc. such as office landscape furniture, shelving, pencil sharpeners, chalkboards, whiteboards, etc.
  • Room/event set-ups
  • Assemble/disassemble staging
  • Move furniture, equipment, and supplies during space reassignments.
  • Erect/dismantle scaffold

Plumbing:

  • Assists other and/or repairs minor plumbing problems such as: plumbing stoppages, plumbing fixtures, faucet washers, gaskets, water heaters, etc.
  • Performs preventative maintenance on plumbing systems and fixtures as assigned
  • Masonry/Thermal Protection/Doors & Windows/Roofing Systems
  • Assist in the repair of masonry walls, and related applications
  • Perform preventative maintenance and repairs on window and roofing systems
  • Determines methodology to complete assigned tasks
  • Assist in roof repairs, installation of insulation, etc.

Snow & Ice Removal:

  • Maintain entryways and walkways up to 20’ free from snow and ice by means of specialized equipment or by hand
  • Distribute sand, ice melt or equivalent by means of specialized equipment or by hand
  • Inspect areas for accumulations of snow or ice and alleviate potential safety hazards

Flooring & Other Duties as Assigned:

  • Assist in the installation, repair, or maintenance and removal of carpet, vinyl composition tile, or sheet vinyl flooring
  • Other duties as assigned by Facilities & Operations management

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED plus one (1) year of experience in general labor or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
  • Within 12 months of employment complete safety and operation certifications on the following: forklift, skid loader, man-lift. Knowledge of proper operation, maintenance and repair of equipment used in performing tasks and basic mechanical and electrical principles.
  • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions and to communicate effectively both in writing and verbally. Work as a team member and foster a cooperative work environment.
  • Pre-employment physical including a functional capacity and lift evaluation will be required post-offer of employment.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, clean MVR, and be insurable under Aims' insurance

Required Documents:

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Diversity Statement

Minimum Payment Amount: $36,891.00

Included with Aims Full-time Employment is a generous package of Benefits, most are listed below:

  • Benefits are effective immediately
  • 100% employer provided medical & dental coverage employees (employee only option)
  • 85% employer provided medical & dental coverage for employee's spouse and/or family
  • Staff Annual Leave (minimum accrual of 15 days) & Sick (minimum accrual of 12 days)
  • 17 paid holidays and 3 personal days each year
  • Summer schedule: 4-day work week - Fridays Off
  • Employer paid long-term disability and life insurance premiums  
  • PERA employer (see www.copera.org for comprehensive benefits) 
  • Additional supplemental benefits & retirement programs available

Diversity Statement Instructions

Aims Community College recognizes and celebrates diversity within our students, faculty, and staff. We are committed to equity and inclusion to improve the learning experiences of all students and the working conditions of all employees.

  • In your diversity statement, please provide your interpretation of what it means to serve a diverse community and work in an inclusive environment.
  • Please include specific examples for how your background, education, and/or professional experience have prepared you to fulfill those responsibilities in this position.
  • As you consider what to put in your statement, please note Aims Community College is committed to equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, or any other protected class.

Aims Community College is an equal opportunity employer.  Selection will be based solely on merit and will be without discrimination based on age, ancestry, color, creed, disability, ethnicity, familial status, gender, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, or veteran's status. 

 


Director of Operations - Facilities
Lewis & Clark College

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Working with the AVP for Facilities and the Facilities management team to effectively and efficiently administer the college’s building operations, maintenance, and facilities recapitalization programs.  Lead skilled trades staff and vendors in the facilities maintenance and operations mission within the financial resources available to high quality outcomes. This position directs or supports all aspects of facilities operations and requires a working knowledge and understanding of building assemblies of all types to meet the operational requirements of a higher educational residential college physical plant.

 

For full description/requirements, please visit the application page: https://lewisandclark.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/staff/job/Director-of-Operations---Facilities_R-002664

 

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop facilities operational strategies, procedures, and policy, working with AVP, Facilities Services staff, and campus stakeholders.
  • Understand the needs of facilities physical plant, routine/preventive maintenance, predictive maintenance, and long-term  stewardship of operational programs.
  • Key role in directing, mentoring, and coaching of facilities personnel to deliver operational programs and physical plant improvement projects. Responsible for maintaining employee engagement by fostering a healthy work culture, ongoing professional development through internal and external educational opportunities, employee safety, as well as continuous improvement of performance and productivity.
  • Direct and oversee capital project work to repair, replace, and improve building assemblies and physical plant equipment.  Coordinate facilities maintenance team to support all minor and major capital project work and guide integration to operation and maintenance programming.
  • Develop, formalize, and implement both short-term and long-term plans, goals, and objectives for the solving deferred maintenance backlogs. Maintain and expand facility condition surveys to support benchmarking and departmental organizational structural improvements to achieve better outcomes.
  • Oversee space utilization, surplus, storage and deposition.
  • Track and manage assigned budgets. Complete required reports and updates.
  • Participate in a rotating weekly administrator on-call program requiring a nights and weekends response.
  • Work outside of the traditional working hours as operational and project needs require.  
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience in managing union shops and employees to achieve short-term and long-term goals through both individual and team effort.
  • Minimum ten years (10) years’ experience in all aspects of building maintenance and construction
  • Ability to work with a diverse community to understand and prioritize needs and wants and bring groups to consensus.
  • Skills necessary for effective operational management i.e. documentation, contracts, scheduling, payment, construction knowledge, change orders, building codes, meeting minutes, and close out procedures.
  • Knowledge of the Oregon Specialty Building Codes, National Electrical Codes, NFPA, AASHRAE and LEED design standards.  Knowledge of the City of Portland’s Facilities Permitting Program, the commercial building permitting, trade permits and special inspections.
  • Familiarity with current federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations affecting the handling, use, storage, monitoring, recordkeeping, disposal, cleanup, and presence of hazardous materials including the following: asbestos, PCBs, lead, underground and above ground fuel and oil storage tanks.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum five (5) years leadership experience in construction projects, project supervision, and enforcement of contract provisions preferred.


 

 


Facility Renewal Engineer
Duke University

The Facility Renewal Engineer is part of the Facilities Management Department (FMD) and is integral to developing and coordinating the University’s facility renewal program. The person in this role is a key individual contributor responsible for investigating and analyzing deficiencies in Duke’s campus facilities and infrastructure, especially building systems at the end of their life, and developing an annual plan of recommended projects. This position will work with key stakeholders to facilitate facility renewal and report to the Assistant Director of Building Maintenance.

Work Performed:

Assist with the development, management, and coordination of the facility renewal program and facilities assessment program; make prioritized recommendations as to the expenditure of budgeted renewal funds.

Perform in-depth inspections of campus building systems such as electrical, plumbing, and heating and ventilation systems, building envelope systems, and architectural/structural components and document findings. Cross-reference inspection findings against existing facility renewal project lists and other documentation.

Maintain a centralized database of building renewal items and develop prioritized project lists from the database.

Analyze work order history via FMD’s computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to identify possible maintenance/repair trends that may indicate areas of need.

Communicate with Duke stakeholders to better understand department-specific needs and requirements and how those needs may impact renewal projects.

Assist with the management of various building inspection programs—both by subject matter experts and Duke staff. Interpret findings and assimilate into the overall facility renewal plan. Ensure related documentation is up-to-date.

Work closely with Facility Operations (FO) supervisors to gain deeper understanding of system needs, e.g. work with HVAC shop supervisor to help with determining specific renewal needs for systems under their area of responsibility.

Work with consultants, contractors, and vendors to execute studies, develop plans and cost estimates.

Work with FMD’s Office of Planning and Design and Office of Project Management to integrate the renewal plan into the overall campus capital plan.

Work closely with project managers on the implementation of campus renewal projects.

Develop reports, presentations, and dashboards related to the facility renewal program.

Assist with reviewing project plans and specifications to ensure alignment with FMD’s facility renewal objectives.

Maintain liaison between members of the University community, contractors and other FMD departments to maintain awareness of cost and general progress of facility renewal program.

Required Qualifications at this Level:

Education & Experience

Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction management, architecture or related field. Work requires a minimum of eight years of professional experience involving the coordination of facility operations and/or construction, which included at least one year of supervisory and budgetary experience. Prefer experience in an institutional or higher education setting.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of institutional building system types and maintenance issues. Excellent analytical, troubleshooting, applied creativity and problem-solving skills. Ability to analyze data and interpret high-level technical information. Excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to communicate effectively to a wide range of audiences, including faculty, staff from other departments, students, and others. Ability to create and maintain positive customer and stakeholder relationships. High attention to detail; able to document findings thoroughly, accurately, and consistently with little supervision. Skills using work order management software (Hexagon AB EAM) or CMMS.

Computer software skills using MS Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

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Duke is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual's age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Duke aspires to create a community built on collaboration, innovation, creativity, and belonging. Our collective success depends on the robust exchange of ideas—an exchange that is best when the rich diversity of our perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences flourishes. To achieve this exchange, it is essential that all members of the community feel secure and welcome, that the contributions of all individuals are respected, and that all voices are heard. All members of our community have a responsibility to uphold these values.

Essential Physical Job Functions: Certain jobs at Duke University and Duke University Health System may include essential job functions that require specific physical and/or mental abilities. Additional information and provision for requests for reasonable accommodation will be provided by each hiring department.

For More Information and to Apply

https://careers.duke.edu/job/Durham-PROJECT-MGR%2C-RENOVATION-NC-27710/908194100/

 


HVAC/R Multi Skill Level Technicians
University of Portland

The University of Portland seeks HVAC/R Multi Skill Level Technicians to perform troubleshooting, maintenance, repair, and installation of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R) equipment and components within a variety of campus buildings and student residential housing. This individual is responsible for completing tasks and projects related to the systematic inspection, detection, and correction of equipment failures before they develop into major defects. This position will be expected to interact with students, faculty and staff in a professional, service minded manner that enhances work effectiveness for the HVAC team.

  • Level I - Intermediate-level position with 2+ years of experience who has attained proficiency in certain HVAC/R Trade disciplines, performing work under moderate supervision.
  • Level II - Technical-level position with 3+ years of experience and able to work independently with established procedures within the HVAC/R department, performing moderate tasks with varying levels of supervision.
  • Level III - Journey-level position with 5+ years of experience and works independently within the HVAC/R department, performing moderate to complex tasks without immediate supervision.

The University of Portland is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. The University of Portland does not discriminate in its educational programs, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs, or employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, or any other basis protected by and consistent with the law. The University expressly reserves its rights and obligations to maintain its commitment to its Catholic identity and the doctrines of the Catholic Church.

We offer our employees a competitive benefits package which includes:

  • Comprehensive, affordable medical and dental insurance plans for you and your dependents which include vision and alternative care options
  • 403(b) retirement plan which includes 11% employer contribution after two years of full-time service
  • Tuition Remission for employees after 90 days of full-time service; spouses and dependents eligible after two years of full-time service
  • 13 Paid Holidays in 2022 calendar year along with a 10-day vacation accrual upon hire
  • Home Loan Benefit Program
  • Access to Beauchamp Recreational & Wellness Fitness Center and Clark Library at no cost
  • Discounts across University of Portland campus including Bookstore, Athletics events, Outdoor Pursuits/Bike Shop and Performing & Fine Art productions

The hourly rate for this position ranges from $22.00 per hour to $30.00 per hour based on experience and skill level.

This is a full-time, non-exempt position with benefits. Benefits are subject to all relevant University policies, practices, contracts, and any other relevant materials. Link to the full job description is available here: https://bit.ly/HVAC_R_Multi

Apply at https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=75749.

 


Landscape Services Superintendent
KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

Landscape Services Superintendent

Department: 3670060080 Fac Grounds Maintenance
Job no: 513415
Employment type: Staff Full Time (Unclassified - Regular)
Location: Manhattan, Kansas
Categories: Facilities / Grounds / Skilled Trades
Pay Grade: 11A

 

About This Role:

This position directs the financial, operational, and personnel activities for Campus landscape services, and provides leadership and supervision to build a collaborative, proactive and responsive team in all aspects of landscape services to help foster an outdoor environment that is clean, green, and weed free, in support of the Institutional mission.

Why Join Us:

The Division of Facilities is an action-oriented service organization within the
K-State family. We plan, budget, build, operate, maintain, clean, supply and transport. We are custodians, landscapers, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, mechanics, project managers, engineers, architects, accountants, and administrative professionals — all stewards and leaders of an inspiring campus shared by many

We Support Diversity and Inclusion:

Kansas State University embraces diversity and inclusion.  The university actively seeks individuals who foster a collegial environment and cooperative interactions with coworkers, students, and others.  The University is dedicated to promoting the Principles of Community.

What You’ll Need to Succeed:

Minimum Requirements:

  • Requires a bachelor’s degree and four years of relevant experience. Education may be substituted for experience as determined relevant by a hiring manager.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree (or higher) in horticulture or a related field and/or Certification as a Certified Grounds Manager (CGM) though the Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS).
  • Certification as a Certified Grounds Manager (CGM) though the Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS).
  • Landscape Services experience at a large institution/ organization at a skilled level, responsible for planning, coordinating and managing Landscape Services operations.
  • Exceptional ability to communicate, verbally and in writing.
  • Outstanding leadership and organizational skills.
  • Knowledge of proper grounds practices in the management of turf, trees, irrigation shrubs.
  • Knowledge of chemical in application of insecticide and fertilizer and herbicide.
  • Knowledge of the general practices applied in the care and safe operation of a wide variety of light to heavy outdoor power and maintenance equipment.
  • Knowledge of standard safety practices.

Other Requirements:

  • Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States at the time of employment

 

How to Apply:

 

Please submit the following documents:

  • Online application, resume, cover letter

Screening of Applications Begins:

Immediately and continues until filled.

Anticipated Hiring Salary Range:

$ 59,199.00 to $ 76,964.00

Equal Employment Opportunity:

Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans and actively seeks diversity among its employees.

Background Screening Statement:

In connection with your application for employment, Kansas State University will procure a Background Screen on you as part of the process of considering your candidacy as an employee.

Apply online by clicking below:

https://careers.k-state.edu/en-us/job/513415/landscape-services-superintendent

Advertised: Jul 11, 2022 Central Daylight Time

Applications close: Open until filled

 


Services Manager
University of Portland

The Services Manager is responsible for the leadership, management, and continuing development of Physical Plant custodial, recycling, and event services. This position leads and supervises approximately seventy employees across several teams and shifts including direct supervision of five frontline supervisors. The Services Manager reports to the Director of the Physical Plant and is a core member of the Physical Plant leadership team.

The University of Portland is a thriving community of more than 4,000 students who come from around the nation and the world, as well as over 1,000 faculty and staff. The University is located on a bluff in a residential neighborhood overlooking the Willamette River and the beautiful, dynamic City of Portland. Since its inception in 1901, the University has been guided by the Congregation of Holy Cross, a Catholic religious congregation of priests and brothers. Through its mission of teaching and learning, faith and formation, and service and leadership, UP prepares people who respond to the needs of the world and its human family.

The University of Portland is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. The University of Portland does not discriminate in its educational programs, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs, or employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, or any other basis protected by and consistent with the law. The University expressly reserves its rights and obligations to maintain its commitment to its Catholic identity and the doctrines of the Catholic Church.

We offer our employees a competitive benefits package which includes:

  • Comprehensive, affordable medical and dental insurance plans for you and your dependents which include vision and alternative care options
  • 403(b) retirement plan which includes 11% employer contribution after two years of full-time service
  • Tuition Remission for employees after 90 days of full-time service; spouses and dependents eligible after two years of full-time service
  • 13 Paid Holidays in 2022 calendar year along with a 10-day vacation accrual upon hire
  • Home Loan Benefit Program
  • Access to Beauchamp Recreational & Wellness Fitness Center and Clark Library at no cost
  • Discounts across University of Portland campus including Bookstore, Athletics events, Outdoor Pursuits/Bike Shop and Performing & Fine Art productions

The annual salary range for this position is $68,000 to $72,000This is a full-time, exempt position with benefits. The full job description is available at: https://bit.ly/3h78lkj

Apply at https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=76769

 


Zone Maintenance Manager
Portland State University

Portland State University's Facilities & Property Management department is recruiting for a Zone Maintenance Manager. This permanent, full time position works in an innovative team-oriented environment and includes a comprehensive benefits package with at least 35 days of paid time off each year, 95% employer-funded premium healthcare, 100% employer-funded retirement plans, and 70% off of tuition for you, dependent children, and your spouse or domestic partner.

The Zone Maintenance Manager leads and supervises a maintenance team responsible for all building engineering, maintenance and operations for multiple self-supporting, mixed-use campus buildings including University Place Hotel, Smith Memorial Student Union, Native American Student Community Center, Peter Stott Center/Viking Pavilion, and more. The successful applicant will be an experienced leader with strong customer service skills, ability to build rapport with diverse internal and external customers, strong technical skills, and the ability to balance competing demands while implementing innovative solutions.

Facilities and Property Management (FPM) comprises approximately 80 full time and 60 student employees who work together to maintain over 5 million square feet in downtown Portland, and this team is a key element in the department. FPM is pleased to serve all members of the PSU community, and takes a tremendous amount of pride in providing a superior and vibrant learning environment.

FPM is recognized as an exceptionally talented team built from a diverse group of individuals who are passionate about providing the highest levels of quality craftsmanship, customer service and teamwork through sustainable practices and who take pride in supporting the mission of the University. All facilities maintenance personnel are considered essential personnel and may be required to respond to campus emergencies, including inclement weather.

Requirements:

  • Experience managing or leading teams, formally or informally, in a facilities maintenance operation.
  • Ability to perform in a fast-paced environment.
  • Five years of full-time experience in facilities operations and maintenance or equivalent combination education and experience.
  • Ability to work weekends and respond to after hours emergencies. Such work is expected to be occasional.
  • Valid State issued driver’s license.
  • Successful completion of a background check.

Compensation:

Application instructions:

Visit https://jobs.hrc.pdx.edu/postings/39023 for more information about the position and to submit your application.

 


Assistant Director, Construction Management
Auburn University

Assistant Director, Construction Management

Requisition Number S1834P

 

Job Summary

Auburn University Facilities Management seeks candidates for an Assistant Director, Construction Management position to manage, coordinate, oversee, and lead the construction of Auburn University projects to include the repair, renovation, and/or new construction of facilities.

About Auburn: At Auburn, our work changes lives. Ranked by U.S. News and World Report as a premier public institution, Auburn University is dedicated to shaping the future of the people of Alabama, the nation, and the world through forward-thinking education, life enhancing research, scholarship and selfless service. Auburn is nationally recognized for its commitment to academic excellence, community outreach, positive work environment, student engagement, and thriving community.

Why employees choose Auburn: Auburn University was named by Forbes Magazine as one of the state of Alabama’s best employers, with employees staying an average of ten years. Employees enjoy competitive benefits that include top-notch health insurance, generous retirement plans, tuition assistance for employees and dependents, flexible spending accounts and more! Learn more about Auburn’s impact, generous employee benefits, and thriving community by visiting aub.ie/working-at-auburn.

Our Commitment: Auburn University is committed to a diverse and inclusive campus environment. Visit www.auburn.edu/inclusion to learn more about our commitment to expanding equity and inclusion for all.

Essential Functions

  • Assists in managing the construction of multiple simultaneous projects and in executing the construction portion of the university’s Fiscal Year Project Execution Plan.
  • Ensures construction projects are executed safely, on time, within budget, and in a high quality manner.
  • Assists in the preparation of construction project updates to be utilized by University officials, clients, and others within Facilities.
  • Provides technical oversight and management of all construction projects.
  • Assists in developing effective and efficient policies, processes, and procedures for the execution of construction contracts and construction management consultant contracts.
  • Ensures consultants and construction contracts are appropriately managed in order to meet client requirements.
  • Assists in the management of the annual operation budget development process for the division.

Minimum Education and Experience

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
  • Engineering, Architecture, Building Science, Construction Management, or related field.
  • 7 years of experience
  • Construction and/or project management. Experience in leading and managing large construction programs is desirable.
  • Indicated education is required; no substitutions allowed.
  • ndicated experience is required; no substitutions allowed.
  • Knowledge of program management, project management, project execution processes, project procurement and contracting, facilities management, maintenance engineering, construction processes and practices and budgeting principles
  • Valid Driver’s License

Desired Qualifications

  • OSHA 30 Certification
  • PMP Certification or equivalent
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Solid understanding of State of Alabama public contracting laws

Salary Range $68,700-$114,500

Special Instructions to Applicants:

  • Only completed applications will be considered, so please provide all requested information in each section. This should include all employment history and required application documents.
  • If required, be sure to attach cover letter and resume.
  • Please include a copy of any required or relevant certifications/licenses in the “Other Documents” section.
  • Please answer all supplemental questions completely and accurately.
  • Reference providers should be individuals who can attest to your qualifications for a position. Examples include supervisors, coworkers, and professors. Personal References will not be accepted.

Link for postings https://www.auemployment.com/postings/30798

Auburn University is committed to an inclusive and diverse campus environment. Women, underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.

AUBURN UNIVERSITY IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities for all individuals without regard to race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

 


Director, Capital Projects & Records – Office of the Chancellor
Washington University in Saint Louis

Position Overview

We are seeking a collaborative leader to serve in the critical role of Director, Capital Projects & Records, reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor of Facilities Planning and Management (FPM) on the highly rated, 169-acre historic Danforth Campus. Over the last two decades, the University added 2.8M GSF to the Danforth Campus program space, which today totals 6.5M GSF. This represents a 75% increase compared to the total space added over the previous 100 years.

The Director of Capital Projects collaborates with multi-disciplinary teams throughout the life-cycle of a project. In the planning and design phase, the Director of Capital Projects partners with the University Architect, space planners, designers and external consultants to help identify potential issues and creative solutions. As projects move through the pre-construction phase, project leadership transitions to FPM. During the construction phase, the Director of Capital Projects leads the project management team to ensure projects are completed on time, on budget, and aligned with the University’s established construction quality parameters.

The Director of Capital Projects is a member of the FPM leadership team and oversees roughly 75-100 projects with an annual construction budget of approximately $100M. The role manages a team of project managers with engineering and construction management backgrounds. In addition to collaboration with OUA planners and designers, the position regularly works with FPM’s Utility and Maintenance Operations teams on repair and renewal projects.

With 33 LEED-certified projects at WashU, the Capital Projects team plays an active role in the sustainable operations of the Danforth Campus. Working with the Office of Sustainability, the Director of Capital Projects will play a vital role in shaping and achieving the University’s future sustainability goals.

A successful candidate will advance the University’s commitment to social equity, inclusion and accessibility through partnerships with Inclusive Construction, Supplier Diversity and Resource Management.

For more information about Washington University: https://wustl.edu/

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

Provides daily management of the Capital Projects Department including:

  • Manages project management: Reviews and approves all contracts, PO’s and change orders for design and construction services on behalf of the University.
  • Compiles a list of qualified contractors and subcontractors (including diversity suppliers) for bidding on projects.
  • Collaborates with the Office of the University Architect, Maintenance, Utilities, Inclusive Construction, Communications and Sustainability, and facility managers across schools and departments.

Oversees, supervises and assigns work to project managers and administrative staff.

  • Provides strategic direction to assure alignment and inclusive collaboration that supports efficiency and builds cohesion to support project development. Conducts weekly project manager status meetings, reviews and corrects issues related to schedule, budget, quality and safety.
  • Oversees the collection, storage and dissemination of project documentation, including plans, shop drawings and O&M manuals.
  • Participates in the preparation and presentation of project funding requests to members of the executive leadership team.
  • Responsible for the preparation, review, establishment and dissemination of University standards for construction. Reviews plans and specifications for adherence to university standards. Participates in Contracts Committee which prepares standard contract formats for design and construction. Implements University policies regarding construction.
  • Responsible for the oversight of personnel involved in the discovery and abatement of hazardous materials on campus.

Minimum Requirements

Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction management, architecture, or related field and a minimum of 10 years of related experience in project management and supervising, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in engineering, construction management, or related field and 15+ years of related experience in project management and supervising.
  • Engineering or Architectural Professional Registration or certified Project Manager.
  • Ability to ensure compliance with schedule, budget, quality, safety and customer satisfaction.
  • Ability to read and interpret plan documents.
  • Must be detail-oriented and highly organized, with the ability to manage multiple projects and meet tight deadlines with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent diplomacy and interpersonal skills capable of interacting with a wide range of stakeholders. Sensitivity to and ability to navigate group and organizational dynamics. Ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships across a wide range of individuals and levels within the university including upper management and end users.
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills. Ability to communicate and present to all levels of a complex organization and diverse stakeholder groups. Able to adapt to a variety of styles to meet the needs of a diverse audience..

EEO Statement

Washington University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.

Application procedure

To apply, please submit your resume and letter of interest to the WashU Career site: https://wustl.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/External/job/Washington-University-Danforth-Campus/Director-Capital-Projects---Records---Office-of-the-Chancellor_JR68071

For questions about this position, please contact: ndonohoo@wustl.edu. All inquiries will be held strictly confidential.

 


Division of Design and Construction - Contract Specialist
University of Alaska Fairbanks

 

Position Summary:

The Contract position is a critical member of the Facilities Services Design and Construction Team, responsible for all planning, procurement, and construction management for UAF. The successful candidate should have experience and skills related to contract development and administration, preferably in a design and/or construction related field. This position is responsible for assisting departmental staff, contractors, consultants, and UA staff during all project phases. Work at DDC is very fast paced and project managers rely on administrative support to get projects, contracts, and other related documents executed in a timely manner. This individual must be judicious in carrying out tasks without direction, responding articulately to critical and urgent needs, and must effectively exercise intuitive judgment. The interview will include a MS Word and MS Excel test to assess typing and software skills. A background check will be required before a final employment offer is made

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:

-Professional experience in an administrative environment.
-Advanced office policy and computer skills with Microsoft Office and databases.
-Ability to work independently, determine priorities and meet deadlines with minimal instruction. -Ability to work well under pressure.
-Ability to manage time with multiple projects, deadlines and changing priorities.
- Strengths in analytical thinking, listening, problem solving, organization, and attention to detail.
-Proficient grammar, spelling and punctuation skills. Excellent communication skills; written and verbal.
-Demonstrated experience with customer service and problem solving.
-Maintain confidentiality.
-Organize and direct heavy work flow.
-Ability to respond to issues in a professional manner with tact and sound judgment.
-Must be a self-starter and demonstrate initiative and prompt decision making processes. -Proficient with document management and record keeping.

Preferred:
-College background in Business Administration.
-Experience in the field of design and construction or experience in a related area.
-CDT Certificate from Construction Specifications Institute or equivalent.
-Experience preparing legally binding documents.
-Experience with small and large procurement.
-Experience with using BANNER.

TYPICAL EXPERIENCE:

Three years of advanced administrative support experience is required, preferably related to design and construction, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Experience with modern office practices and procedures. Able to comprehend and use construction terminology and acronyms.

REQUIRED EDUCATION OR TRAINING:

Two years of college coursework and increasingly responsible experience related to facility design and construction, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Advanced professional administrative experience required. Prefer a working knowledge of University Regulations, Regent Policies, Alaska Statutes, Administrative Code, and Procurement Regulations.

For a detailed summary and to apply for position, please visit the following link: 

https://careers.alaska.edu/en-us/job/521061/contract-specialist

Valid Driver's license and 3 years of previous driving experience is required.

This recruitment is Open Until Filled and successful submission of an application does not guarantee employment.

Applications will be reviewed by the date received until the position is filled.

Salary Information: Grade 78 /DOE.  This is a full-time, benefited position with a UA employee benefits package

Applicant Instructions:  Please attach a resume, cover letter, and names and contact information (email and phone number) for three (3) professional references.

*To be eligible for this position, applicants must be legally authorized for unrestricted employment in the United States. No work visas will be sponsored for this position.

Contact Information: If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact University of Alaska HR at 907-450-8200.

 


Division of Design and Construction - Sr. Contract Manager
University of Alaska Fairbanks

The University of Alaska Fairbanks is hiring a Senior Contract Manager. The Mission of UAF's Division of Design and Construction is to define, plan, and develop the infrastructure, land, and facilities to meet the needs of the university and the community, and to provide engineering support for the maintenance, operations, and utilities divisions of Facilities Services.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:

Knowledge of policies, principles, practices, laws, legal liabilities, responsibilities, and regulations relating to design & construction project management for projects valued from several thousand to millions of dollars.

Knowledge of current building codes, regulations, standards, and best building practices.

TYPICAL EXPERIENCE:

Requires extensive experience in design and  construction projects to ensure competence in the construction management field. Must have had experience working with a team in management of construction projects. Preferred experience in vertical construction in the public sector.

REQUIRED EDUCATION OR TRAINING:

Bachelor of Science in any of the engineering disciplines or architecture may be required or a combination of advanced education and experience. Certification of education in building code courses, contract law, facilities management, utilities management, and construction courses may be substituted in lieu of a degree. Professional registration in the state of Alaska, or ability to obtain registration within 12 months of employment, may be required. Progressive Responsible equivalent experience in construction management may be substituted.

Salary Information: Grade 81 - DOE.  This is a full-time, benefited position with a UA employee benefits package

Applicant Instructions:  Please attach a resume, cover letter, and names and contact information (email and phone number) for three (3) professional references.

*To be eligible for this position, applicants must be legally authorized for unrestricted employment in the United States. No work visas will be sponsored for this position.

For a detailed summary and to apply for position, please visit the following link: 

https://careers.alaska.edu/en-us/job/519713/senior-contract-manager

Valid Driver's license and 3 years of previous driving experience is required.

This recruitment is Open Until Filled and successful submission of an application does not guarantee employment.

Applications will be reviewed by the date received until the position is filled.

 


Project Management Team Lead
University of Colorado Boulder

Project Management Team Lead

 

Department: 10494 - PlanningDesign&Construction
Requisition Number: 40853
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Employment Group: University Staff
Schedule: Full-Time
Posting Date: 07/11/2022
Posting Close Date: 07/25/2022

 

Job Summary

Planning, Design, & Construction at the University of Colorado Boulder encourages applications for a Project Management Team Lead! This position functions as a team leader for a team of Project Managers, Assistant Project Managers, Project Consultants, and Project Coordinators. The Team Lead will act as the point person for supervision, leadership, and mentoring with support from the Manager of Design and Construction. This role also functions as the University representative for their assigned projects, activities, and initiatives for the campus community; handles and analyzes budgets and schedules; hires and provides instructions to consultants and contractors; provides bidding and construction administration; and coordinates project activities with University departments for the timely completion of building and infrastructure projects.

This position runs multiple large multi-million dollar design and construction projects from pre-construction through project closeout, and works in close collaboration with University Planning and Engineering throughout the project period. The position may also lead multiple small to large projects from project development though closeout, all together equaling several million dollars, in lieu of a multiple multi-million dollar project.

 

Who We Are

In the Vice Chancellor’s Office for Infrastructure and Sustainability we help make sure that campus life surges forward every day as smoothly as possible. Take a glance around. Our work is visible in the stunning campus architecture, the pristine lawns, the clean classrooms, the safe lab environments and more. We make sure the lights come on, and buildings are heated. But we don’t just make sure things work. We strive to do it in a way that enhances the safety, sustainability and resiliency of the CU Boulder community. Welcome. Be Boulder.

The Planning, Design & Construction (PDC) department oversees the planning, design and construction of buildings on campus, in support of CU Boulder's academic mission. The Planning, Design & Construction (PDC) department manages the planning, design and construction of buildings on campus, in support of CU Boulder's academic mission. Campus Planning focuses on long-range planning and capital development functions of the organization as a balanced counterpart to the project-related functions of Campus Design & Construction. Campus Planning staff strive to guide campus development in a way that gives physical form to the university's mission, vision, and programs through the effective use of human, environmental, and financial resources.

 

What Your Key Responsibilities Will Be

Project Management Lead

  • Lead other Project Mangers, Assistant Project Managers, Project Consultants and Project Coordinators with day-to-day activates of Project Timeline and Budget Management, Contractual Agreements, Bidding and Construction Administration, Design Administration, and Dispute Resolution.

PMP Process

  • Perform annual PMP reviews for subordinates with input from the employee and Manager, Design and Construction.
  • Resolve and implement subordinates' work schedules, including overtime, vacation or other scheduled leave by monitoring and approving time reports and requests for time off.
  • Lead the overall day-to-day management of the team while the Manager, Design and Construction will lead the PMP process with major assistance and input from the Project Management Team Lead position.
  • Responsible for ensuring their team members are continually challenged, growing, improving, and increasing their skills that improve their performance and overall positive impact for the University and department.

Work Load Management

  • Work with Manager, Design and Construction to plan/assign and schedule work load/projects for subordinates.

Project Development

  • Meet with campus clients to review proposed projects.
  • Work in close collaboration with University Planning and help develop project scope in consultation with clients and other project personnel such as architects, engineers, and various University departments.
  • Communicate frequently with the client and team to achieve customer satisfaction.
  • Coordinate, communicate, and integrate Facilities Management, Engineering, building proctors and occupants, and auxiliary services such as EH&S, OIT, and Parking Services into the project, initiative, or assignment.

Project Timeline & Budget Management

  • Evaluate scheduling needs, compile data from numerous sources, and develop a master project timeline for projects that this position is handling.
  • Monitor schedule and make adjustments as necessary to deliver project on time.
  • Supervise and settle when additional effort is required to keep the project on schedule and has the authority to take action if work falls behind.
  • Prepare budget estimates to give clients magnitude of cost for proposed work, monitor and run project cost performance, and provide the needed total project cost forecast as required.
  • Full responsibility for fiscal management of the project budget and sole discretion of adjusting the budget for maximum effectiveness.
  • The PM Team Leader will successfully negotiate costs of services with consultants, contractors, and suppliers.
  • Maintain a computer based project management control system and update status on a regular basis, including FAMIS Capital Projects Module and Unifier.
  • Assist with the growth/development of peers and team members with budget management, schedule management, and construction cost forecasting.

Contractual Agreements

  • Solicit proposals or qualifications, as necessary; create and negotiate mutually acceptable terms and conditions; prepare consultant and contractor contracts; obtain appropriate approvals; amend contracts as applicable; and monitor activities of consultants and contractors for conformance to contract terms and conditions.
  • Make consultant and contractor selections based on State rules and regulations so that the best team is selected to meet the client's and project's needs.
  • Work closely with the Manager of Contract Administration and Development to master the State of Colorado Design and Construction process and requirements.
  • Mentor and assist in the growth and development of team member’s understanding and knowledge of contractual requirements.

Bidding & Construction Administration

  • Oversee document preparations for bidding and manages the construction phase of the project for the University and client.
  • Monitor project progress against project objectives.
  • Prepare bidding advertisements to designers, consultants, and contractors; establishes the criteria to be met by bidding contractors; conducts pre-bid meetings, site visits, clarifies plan information, chairs bid openings, determines the validity of received bids and awards the contracts.
  • Oversee the construction activity and coordinates with the Contractor and University entities for project needs.
  • Conduct weekly construction meetings to review progress, clarify details, process information, update status, receive client input, relay instructions to contractors, monitor the project’s quality control and quality assurance plan, resolve quality control issues, determine appropriateness of requested changes so budget and schedules can be adjusted if necessary.
  • Keep the University community informed of outages or potential disruptions by following appropriate policies and procedures.
  • Complete contract close-out requirements and needs. Work with supervisor and team to improve the University’s and design/construction team’s approach, process, and knowledge of State and industry standard methodologies for Bidding and Construction Administration.

Design Administration

  • Monitor project progress by measuring progress against project objectives.
  • Conduct design meetings with clients, planning, and consultants, to complete drawings, contract documents, budget reviews, and schedules for the proposed project.
  • Analyze and circulate information to the various campus departments for review and comment.
  • Review and/or inspect work product regularly, identifying variances between planned and actual project objectives, identify problem areas of concern and determine necessary corrective measures, and communicate project progress to all interested parties through written or verbal communications when appropriate.
  • Possess exceptional presentation skills, self-awareness, and desire to grow through self-development for their personal growth, but also champion the growth of their peers, co-workers, and subordinates.
  • Continually improve presentation skills through interaction, engagement, training, and self-development initiatives.

Dispute Resolution

  • Mediate disputes and resolve discrepancies by hearing arguments from all parties and various perspectives.
  • Evaluate complex issues, determining what items require approval from a higher authority, and coordinating with their supervisor as applicable. Review change requests from consultants, clients, and contractors, verifying applicability, often negotiating final cost and time requests.
  • Seek consensus regarding disputes or different requirements between client requests, building code requirements, and state and university requirements.

 

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.
  • We anticipate this position will support a hybrid format (remote and in-person work).

 

What We Can Offer
  • The salary range is $108,000- $115,000 annually.

Be accomplished. Be strategic. Be Boulder.

 

What We Require
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively lead and manage a team.
  • Bachelor's degree in construction management, architecture, architectural engineering, construction engineering or related degree and three years of construction project management experience in large multi-million institutional, commercial buildings.
  • OR an Associates degree from an accredited, non-correspondence college or university in construction management, architecture, architectural engineering, construction engineering, or related degree and five years of construction project management experience in large multi-million institutional or commercial buildings.
  • At least one year experience in planning/cost estimating work. Work experience can substitute for the bachelor's and associates degree on a year for year basis.

 

What You Will Need
  • This position provides input to the Manager, Design and Construction, and recommends actions and decisions impacting the pay, status, and tenure of subordinates, including performance planning and evaluations. This position assigns work, monitors progress and work flow, and ensures projects are on budget and completed timely. This position may also perform the same functions with regards to external consultant project managers.
  • This position reports to the Manager, Design and Construction and is autonomous in daily execution of the job duties described above with minimal oversite. Additional, this role will work to mentor, grow, and improve their managers, peers, and subordinates. This position plays a critical role of ensuring the University and department are growing, mentoring, and increasing opportunities, skills, and knowledge for all staff in the department.
  • Solid understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel and Project.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and customer services skills.
  • Ability to quickly learn the management of a program within an organization.

 

What We Would Like You to Have
  • Master’s degree in construction management, architecture, architectural engineering, construction engineering or related degree.
  • Experience in the construction administration of buildings and remodel projects in an institutional, higher education, or similar setting.
  • Familiarity with the State of Colorado, Office of the Architect, and State Buildings Program contractual agreements, or similar.
  • Experience in Design/Build, Design/Bid/Build, and Construction Management/General Contractor project delivery methods.
  • Program contractual agreements, or similar.
  • Industry related certifications such as LEED AP, Certified Construction Manager, Project Management Professional, etc.

 

Special Application 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 25, 2022 for consideration.
 
Note: Application materials will not be accepted via email. For consideration, please apply through CU Boulder Jobs.
 

 


Project Manager - Capital
University of Colorado Boulder

Project Manager - Capital

Department: 10494 - PlanningDesign&Construction
Requisition Number: 40854
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Employment Group: University Staff
Schedule: Full-Time
Posting Date: 07/11/2022
Posting Close Date: 07/25/2022
 
Job Summary

Planning, Design, & Construction at the University of Colorado Boulder encourages applications for a Capital Project Manager! This role acts as a University representative to the campus community, managing and analyzing budgets and schedules; hiring and giving instructions to consultants and contractors; providing bidding and construction administration; and coordinating project activities with University departments for the timely completion of building and infrastructure projects.

This position leads large multi-million dollar design and construction projects from pre-construction through project closeout, and works in close collaboration with University Planning, from project planning through design. The position may also run multiple small to large projects from project development though closeout, all together equaling several million dollars, in lieu of a single multi-million dollar project.

Who We Are

In the Vice Chancellor’s Office for Infrastructure and Sustainability we help make sure that campus life surges forward every day as smoothly as possible. Take a glance around. Our work is visible in the stunning campus architecture, the pristine lawns, the clean classrooms, the safe lab environments and more. We make sure the lights come on, and buildings are heated. But we don’t just make sure things work. We strive to do it in a way that enhances the safety, sustainability and resiliency of the CU Boulder community. Welcome. Be Boulder.

The Planning, Design & Construction (PDC) department oversees the planning, design and construction of buildings on campus, in support of CU Boulder's academic mission. The Planning, Design & Construction (PDC) department manages the planning, design and construction of buildings on campus, in support of CU Boulder's academic mission. Campus Planning focuses on long-range planning and capital development functions of the organization as a balanced counterpart to the project-related functions of Campus Design & Construction. Campus Planning staff strive to guide campus development in a way that gives physical form to the university's mission, vision, and programs through the effective use of human, environmental, and financial resources.

What Your Key Responsibilities Will Be

Project Development

  • Meet with campus clients to review proposed projects.
  • Work in close collaboration with University Planning and help develop project scope in consultation with clients and other project personnel such as architects, engineers and various University departments.
  • Communicate frequently with the client to achieve customer satisfaction. Coordinate with Facilities Management, building proctors and occupants, and with auxiliary services such as EH&S, OIT, and Parking Services.

Project Timeline & Budget Management

  • Evaluate scheduling needs, compile data from numerous sources and develop a master project timeline for projects for which this position is in charge.
  • Monitor schedule and make adjustments as necessary to deliver project on time; resolve when additional effort is required to keep the project on schedule and has the authority to take action if work falls behind.
  • Prepare budget estimates to give clients magnitude of cost for proposed work.
  • Have full responsibility for fiscal management of the project budget and sole discretion of adjusting budget for maximum effectiveness.
  • Negotiate costs of services with consultants, contractors, and suppliers. Maintain a computer based budget worksheet and update status on a regular basis, including FAMIS Capital Projects Module.

Contractual Agreements

  • Solicit proposals or qualifications, as necessary; create and negotiate mutually acceptable terms and conditions; prepare consultant and contractor contracts; obtain appropriate approvals; amend contracts as applicable; and monitor activities of consultants and contractors for conformance to contract terms and conditions.
  • Make consultant selections based on State rules and regulations so that the best team is selected to meet the client's and project's needs.

Bidding & Construction Administration

  • Oversee document preparations for bidding and manages the construction phase of the project.
  • Monitor project progress against project objectives. Prepare bidding advertisements to contractors, establishes the criteria to be met by bidding contractors, conduct pre-bid meetings, site visits, clarify plan information, chair bid openings, determine the validity of received bids and awards the contracts.
  • Under direct supervision of supervisor, oversee the construction activity and coordinates with the Contractor and University entities for project needs.
  • Conduct weekly construction meetings to review progress, clarify details, process information, update status, receive client input, relay instructions to contractors and monitor quality control issues, determine appropriateness of requested changes so budget and schedules can be adjusted if necessary.
  • Keep the University community informed of outages or potential disruptions by following appropriate policies and procedures. Complete contract close-out.

Design Administration

  • Monitor project progress by measuring progress against project objectives.
  • Conduct design meetings with clients, consultants, to complete drawings, contract documents, budget reviews, and schedules for the proposed project.
  • Analyze and circulate information to the various campus departments for review and comment.
  • Review and/or inspect work product regularly, identifying variances between planned and actual project objectives, identify problem areas of concern and determine necessary corrective measures, communicate project progress to all interested parties through written or verbal communications when appropriate.

Dispute Resolution

  • Mediate disputes and resolve discrepancies by hearing arguments from all parties and various perspectives.
  • Evaluate complex issues, determining which require approval from a higher authority, coordinating with their supervisor as applicable.
  • Review change requests from consultants, clients, and contractors, verifying applicability, often negotiating final cost and time requests.
  • Will seek consensus regarding disputes or different requirements amount tenant requests, building code requirements, and state and university requirements.
     
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.
  • We anticipate this position will support a hybrid format (remote and in-person work).

 

What We Can Offer
  • The salary range is $90,000- $100,000 annually.

Be effective. Be impactful. Be Boulder.

 

What We Require
  • Bachelor's degree in construction management, architecture, architectural engineering, construction engineering or related degree and three years of construction project management experience in large multi-million institutional or commercial buildings.
  • OR an Associates degree from an accredited, non-correspondence college or university in construction management, architecture, architectural engineering, construction engineering or related degree and five years of construction project management experience in large multi-million institutional or commercial buildings.
  • At least one year experience in planning/cost estimating work. Experience can substitute for the bachelor's and associates degree on a year for year basis.

 

What You Will Need
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and customer services skills.
  • Knowledge of or ability to quickly learn Microsoft Word, Excel and Project.
  • In addition tot he required duties, this position will propose solutions for discussion with their supervisor or upper management for more difficult situations for which the employee may not have experience. This position may receive review or guidance in preparation of budgets, schedules, contracts, bid documents, and scope statements.

 

What We Would Like You to Have
  • Experience in the construction administration of buildings and remodel projects in an institutional, higher education, or similar setting.
  • Familiarity with the State of Colorado, Office of the Architect, and State Buildings Program contractual agreements, or similar.
  • Experience in Design/Build or Construction Management/General Contractor project delivery methods.

 

Special Application 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 25, 2022 for consideration.
 
Note: Application materials will not be accepted via email. For consideration, please apply through CU Boulder Jobs.

 


Project Manager III
Georgia College & State University

About Us
Georgia College & State University is the state's designated public liberal arts university. As a member of the prestigious Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC), Georgia College is committed to fostering a liberal arts environment that values interdisciplinary inquiry, diversity and inclusion, and academic excellence. The College enrolls approximately 7,000 students -5,800 undergraduate and 1,200 graduate students--and is prominently cited for excellence in teaching, undergraduate research, nursing education, and high impact practices outside the classroom in a number of leading publications.

The university's beautiful and historic campus is located downtown in Milledgeville, Georgia, a charming, diverse college town of approximately 19,000 residents in Central Georgia, approximately 90 miles southeast of Atlanta. Milledgeville is also the home of noted American author and alumna, Flannery O'Connor, and the college community enjoys many exciting literary arts programs at O'Connor's former home, the Andalusia Institute, now owned by the College. Milledgeville is also located on the banks of beautiful Lake Sinclair and Lake Oconee, allowing faculty, staff, and students to take full advantage of the environmental and recreational benefits of being part of a lake community. For cultural, educational, and leisure opportunities beyond Milledgeville, Macon and Atlanta are located within easy driving distances.

Job Summary
This individual supervises the work or others, including planning, assigning and scheduling work, reviewing work and ensuring quality standards, training staff and overseeing their productivity. May offer recommendations for hiring, terminating and pay adjustments, but does not have responsibility for making these decisions. This individual sets own goals and determines how to accomplish results with few or no guidelines to follow, although precedents may exist. Supervisor/manager provides broad guidance and overall direction. A Project Manager in this classification must possess supervising skills, project management skills, communication, and public relations skills as they are required to interact continually with faculty, staff, students and the public.

Responsibilities include technical staff work in the determination of the costs of alteration, repair and construction projects. Responsible for planning, estimating, overseeing, and coordinating various projects involving new construction as well as modification, renovation, and repairs to ensure adequate facilities to support the educational mission of the university.

Educational Requirements
Bachelor's Degree in Building, design or construction related field or equivalent.

Other Required Qualifications
Experience in architectural designing, cost estimating and building construction. Working knowledge of various computer systems/software appropriate for estimating project costs and producing specifications and schedules for projects.  Training in construction, design, engineering, interior design, landscape design or related fields. Valid Driver's License.

Required Experience
Ten or more years of work experience.

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Project Manager, Facilities Department
Springfield Technical Community College

Manages facilities emergency, capital and operational projects for existing building renovations and new facilities, infrastructure, parking lots, sidewalks etc.. As a member of the Facilities Department, this individual will plan, manage and support all activities for projects from program development, planning and design, budget guidelines and compliance with all regulatory standards and codes. Works with and manages House Doctors. Complies with public procurement procedures for the state of Massachusetts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinating architectural, engineering, IT, technical, Campus Police and administrative support to develop construction plans, design criteria and financial and quality controls for each project. Creates and monitors the completion of project punch lists.
  • Recommending ways to improve project efficiency and realize cost-effective completion. Develops and maintains project scopes, schedules and files, bid packages, code compliance, project documentation, budgets and disbursements.
  • Ensures that each project is completed within established budgets and schedules.
  • Ensures successful completion of projects including relocation of groups with minimal business interruption, inconvenience or lost time.
  • Ensures projects are in compliance with city, state and Federal regulatory agencies and codes such as DCAMM and Department of Public Health (DPH), DEP and DPS
  • Ensures that department complies with established policies, quality assurance programs, safety and infection control policies and procedures
  • Manage infrastructure planning for projects and assure coordination of plans, including HVAC, MEP, and engineering. Communicates and/or collaborates with the National Park Service and Mass Historic.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Architecture, Engineering or at least 20 years of experience managing multi-million dollar projects, including MEP infrastructure renovations.
  • Must be proficient in AutoCAD or complete a certificate program within 6 months of hire.
  • Must have proven knowledge of reading and interpreting blueprints and related documents. Computer proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project.
  • Thorough knowledge of applicable building, safety, fire and health codes and regulations.
  • Must possess strong relationship building skills, communication/ interpersonal skills, negotiation skills and demonstrated project management skills.
  • Must be able to manage multiple priorities, objectives and deadlines.

EQUIVALENCY STATEMENT:  

Applicants who do not meet the qualifications as stated above are encouraged to put in writing precisely how their background and experience have prepared them with the equivalent combination of education, training and experience required for the responsibilities of this position.

Additional Information:

SALARY:   $70,000 - $78,713 depending upon experience and skill level.

BENEFITS:   Yes, Non-Unit Professional

GRANT FUNDED:  No

WORK SCHEDULE:   Full Time- Monday - Friday (37.5 hours per week)

CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled 

All candidates must have legal authorization to work in the United States. Springfield Technical Community College is not sponsoring H1B Visa.

COVID VACCINATION REQUIREMENT:

Effective January 3, 2022 all Springfield Technical Community College employees will need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, unless granted an accommodation.

INFORMATION AWARENESS SECURITY TRAINING:

Candidates for employment should be aware that all STCC employees are required to complete Information Awareness Security Training within thirty days of their orientation date and annually thereafter.

Application Instructions:

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: All applicants must apply online at www.stcc.edu/about-stcc/employment by submitting a cover letter**, resume and three (3) professional references. **Cover letter must demonstrate how your education and experience qualifies you for this position.

PRE-EMPLOYMENT DETAILS:

STCC conducts a pre-employment screening. Initial and continued employment is dependent upon meeting National Background Check, Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and/or Sex Offender Registry Information (SORI) check and if applicable, Physical and Alcohol/Drug Testing requirements. Screening also includes verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. Finalist(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment screening as a condition of employment.

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