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Executive Director of Facilities
Seattle Colleges

Facilities and Capital Projects Executive Director 

Seattle Colleges 


About Us

We are a district of three distinct colleges—North Seattle College, Seattle Central College, and South Seattle College—and five specialty training centers, which makes us the largest and most diverse community college district in the state of Washington. We are leaders in change and innovation.


The Opportunity

Are you passionate about effective facilities management and leadership? Have you contributed to the creation of effective and safe facilities management resulting in engaged staff, fiscally sustainable operations, and timely delivery of projects? If these questions resonate with you, then we invite you to consider joining our team at Seattle Colleges, three equity-focused open-access colleges dedicated to helping all students achieve their academic and professional goals. As a Facilities and Capital Projects Executive Director, you will set the direction for facilities and lead our facilities and capital project teams. 

The Facilities and Capital Projects - Executive Director is the steward of the Seattle College District’s facilities and is responsible for the managing and overseeing the development, maintenance and improvement of a facilities management system that meets the needs and expectations of the colleges in the Seattle College District. The position is responsible for ensuring that appropriate planning, performance management, risk management and training systems are developed and maintained for facilities and capital projects. Under the direct supervision of the Vice Chancellor of Finance and Operations, the position is responsible for facilities planning and the delivery of services to each of the colleges. This role has responsibility for operating budget and capital budgets of ~$64 million as well as authority over relevant policies and procedures. 

The Facilities and Capital Projects – Executive Director directly supervises the Associate Director – Facilities positions at Seattle Central, North Seattle and South Seattle College and the capital projects team serving those colleges as well as other staff. 

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, or a related field, supplemented with related experience in a senior leadership role in a large multi-stakeholder, unionized organization. The candidate will ideally have experience leading the planning, design, and construction of complex capital projects and / overseeing facilities management operation units such as maintenance, custodial services, etc. across a public sector organization. The role requires superior interpersonal communication skills with a demonstrated commitment to fostering an inclusive team environment that champions inclusion and collaboration across its units and the college community.

A combination of education and lived experience that demonstrates that the candidate has skills, capacity and knowledge required to be successful in the role will also be considered.


Interested candidates may apply online at:


Vice President of Facilities Management
Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Position Summary / Essential Job Functions

Reporting to the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) / Chief Executive Officer of Columbia Doctors, the Vice President of Facilities Management oversees CUIMC's largest administrative unit and is responsible for all aspects related to the daily operations and support of more than 3.5 million gross square feet of research, education, clinical,and residential space. As an integral member of the CUIMC administration, the Vice President participates in identifying and implementing institutional priorities that advance the mission of the medical center.


  • Provides strategic vision, leadership, and administrative oversight to the departments comprising
    Facilities Management and Campus Services: Campus Operations, Capital Project Management,
    Classroom Technology Support, Facilities Engineering, Faculty Club, Finance and Administration, Office of Housing Services, and Space Planning.
  • Manages a $125M annual operational budget to ensure all resource and operational objectives and
    requirements are met within agreed financial parameters. Participates in the development of CUIMC’s capital plan, which totaled $770M over the last 5 years, and is projected at $890M over the next 5 years. Responsible for successful execution of CUIMC’S priority capital projects.
  • Oversees campus space planning activities; collaborates with other senior administrators and faculty on operational matters, as well as long-term capital planning and space usage.
  • Leads the development and implementation of capital initiatives, both onsite and Columbia Doctors Ambulatory Care Network; identifies development regulations affecting future campus development such as zoning, land use, etc., including special studies and reports in support of development.
  • Partners with senior leadership across CUIMC, Columbia University, and New York-Presbyterian to align departmental strategies, projects, and services with the medical center's overall strategic goals.
  • Hires, develops, and grows talent; manages, supports, and coaches 12 direct reports and 400 staff in their work and provides strategic/ guidance. Drives the standards and direction on matters regarding
    personnel and department culture to ensure the University’s key values are modeled in all business
    practices. Supports and encourages initiatives that promote succession planning and a culture of
    inclusion, diversity, and engagement. Manages, supports, and coaches direct reports in their work and provides strategic guidance.
  • Promotes a culture of customer service excellence and accountability, with a strong emphasis on team responsiveness, professionalism, and subject-matter expertise; cultivates innovative problem-solving across all levels of the organization to continuously enhance service delivery and customer relations.
  • Leads the CUIMC Emergency Management Operations Team (EMOT); serves on the University’s EMOT team. Communicates and provides briefing to CUIMC related to school closures, service disruptions, and campus-wide emergencies. Directs ongoing disaster response preparedness training for CUIMC EMOT members and departments to include Tabletop Drills and full-scale exercises. Coordinates with Public Safety and local first responders appropriate response plans for crisis management activities, disaster coordination, and procedures for natural, technological, and criminal/terrorist emergencies.
  • Serves as a University liaison to the CUIMC Board of Advisors and Columbia University Board of Trustees.


  • Master's degree and ten or more years of experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience with a focus on design, architecture, engineering, business, public administration, planning, or a related field.
  • Significant experience supervising planning, design, construction, and operations management. Substantial experience in change management, preferably within an institutional setting, and a track record of innovation in facilities service delivery. Experience in creating and leading diverse and collaborative teams. Experience managing an organization that includes unionized employees. Demonstrated success advising senior leadership and a Board of Trustees on strategic investments in a campus-built environment and the resources necessary to optimize them.
  • A track record of implementing meaningful initiatives to advance sustainability goals, including experience overseeing energy conservation, environmentally sensitive construction, and renovation initiatives. A track record of success in completing large-scale capital programs.
  • A strong sense of ethics and respect for the mission of the University. A commitment to the university community and to collaborating closely with all stakeholders.
  • A track record of success in establishing a vision for facilities management services and capital project delivery that advances mission, maximizes efficiency and return on investment, and demonstrates effective stewardship of assets.
  • Demonstrated ability to engage respectfully with all community members including administration, faculty, students, staff, alumni, and donors. Demonstrated commitment to principles of diversity and equity. Demonstrated leadership skills around equity and inclusion.

About the Search

Columbia University Irving Medical Center is conducting a regional search with the assistance of Helbling & Associates (, an executive search firm specializing in areas of facilities management, construction, engineering, and real estate development.

Please Submit Applications or Nominations to

Helbling & Associates, Inc.

8000 Brooktree Road, Suite 100

Wexford, PA  15090


Lee Grandovic , Managing Director


C:  (724) 601-4607

Please visit Helbling & Associates’ Candidates Page for more information.

Columbia University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action -- Disability/Veterans employer.


Associate Director of Facilities Management
Grand Rapids Community College

Date:  July 27, 2022 
Title:  Associate Director of Facilities Management 
Department: Facilities Job ID: 1375 
Work Hours/Schedule: 40 hours/52 weeks 
Compensation: Meet and Confer Grade 16 - $68,706 
Reports to: Director of Facilities 
Posting Close Date: August 10, 2022  
Oversees, directs, plans, and organizes maintenance and repair of college buildings, and operations, including electrical and mechanical systems involving air conditioning, heating and ventilation, and associated utilities as well as maintenance and operation of building utility systems involving domestic and chilled water, electricity, gas, storm, steam network, and sanitary sewage. Provides overall and independent supervision, management and evaluation of campus wide projects involving construction managers, architects, contractors, and subcontractors. Oversees, assigns, and manages the college CMMS work order system; maintains CAD and BIM archives; submits APPA Key Performance Indicators; utilizes GIS data coordination and accesses college business system portal, currently PeopleSoft, to further department projects.  Plans, organizes, coordinates, and supervises the work of maintenance personnel. Collaborates with Purchasing to develop bid documents and requests for proposal, evaluate submittals and assist in award recommendations. Ensures responsive, timely, and thorough responses to the needs of the College community. Encourages and supports staff in taking responsibility for their areas, improving their professional standing, the department’s customer service, and project success. 
• Bachelor’s Degree in Facility Management or related field, certification in a Masters level trade, or significant 
commensurate experience. 
• APPA CEFP certification (Association of Physical Plant Administrators Certified Educational Facilities 
Professional) preferred, but not required.  
• National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) preferred. 
Work Experience 
• Must possess 5-10 years of progressively responsible leadership experience in Educational Facilities Management 
• Demonstrated knowledge and experience in leading teams comprised of vendors, contractors, architects, etc. 
• Ability and experience in obtaining quotes, pricing, and procurement of materials for trade personnel assignments 
• Ability to manage, plan, and execute maintenance programs including assigning and scheduling work activities 
for physical plant trade personnel 
• Adept in word processing, spreadsheets, computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), Microsoft 
Project, GIS, and FSPROD preferred.  
• Proficient with CAD, BIM, and required to develop and hone their skills. 
Grand Rapids Community College is only accepting online applications for this position at
Submit a cover letter and resume in one document. The opportunity to apply for this position will close on August 10, 2022 at 11:59PM. Individuals with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Grand Rapids Community College is an equal opportunity employer. Visa sponsorship is not available.

CEFP preferred.

Building Maintenance Technician II, HVAC
Aims Community College

Building Maintenance Technician II, HVAC

Job Description:

The Buildings Maintenance Technician II, HVAC 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, Early Childhood building and Early College building.


  • Perform preventative maintenance-change filters, clean equipment.
  • Replace belts.
  • Clean mechanical/boiler rooms.
  • Clean diffusers/reflectors.
  • Manage HVAC preventative maintenance program
  • Schedules and services equipment on a regular schedule ensuring it is maintained in good working condition to prolong the life of the equipment and avoid breakdowns that could cause building closures or class cancellations;
  • Filter replacement on commercial and mixed-use equipment (approximately 400 filters valued at $1,000 2x a year);
  • Responsible for calibration of pneumatic, electronic and electrical controls;
  • Lubricate fans, pumps, motors, and related equipment;
  • Maintain computer data base to identify maintenance schedule, work performed and projected dates of critical component replacement.

Maintenance (includes evaporative, direct fired natural gas, hydronic, steam, & pneumatic systems)

  • Install, alter, maintain, and repair HVAC components such as modulines, filters, thermostats, etc.;
  • Read and interpret directions, diagrams or specifications;
  • Adjust, analyze, calibrate, interpret energy management, pneumatic, electrical, and electronic controls to ensure optimum performance and energy efficiency;
  • Tests hydronic heating and cooling systems for proper corrosion protection levels and adds chemical treatment as needed;
  • Estimates materials needed to complete assigned task;
  • Determines methodology to complete assigned tasks;
  • Orders materials to complete assigned task.
  • Trouble-shoot equipment (includes the pneumatic, electrical, electronic, and computerized control systems that operate the mechanical equipment)
  • Troubleshoots and repairs to complex heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and energy management systems;
  • Reconcile energy management system and physical equipment problems in the buildings when there are discrepancies and occupant complaints.

Snow & Ice Removal:

  • Maintain entryways and walkways 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 and/or ice and alleviate potential safety hazards.

Installations & Set-up:

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

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED plus two (2) years of experience in building maintenance and equipment, or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
  • 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.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • HVAC equipment and systems maintenance experience.

Minimum Payment Amount: $44,285.00

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
  • Voluntary vision insurance
  • 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  
  • Tuition waiver & reimbursement for employees
  • Tuition waiver for dependents
  • PERA employer (see for comprehensive benefits) 
  • Additional supplemental benefits & retirement programs available
  • Access to the PERC (Aims gym) for employee & one guest
  • Free parking on all campuses

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.  All application materials must be submitted by the closing date posted and become the property of Aims Community College. The screening committee will select finalists for interviews. The goal of Aims Community College is to enhance the diversity present in the district we serve. To comply with Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, if hired, you will be required to provide documents within 3 days of hire date to show your identity and your authorization to work. This law applies to all persons hired.

For More Information and to Apply:


Director of Building Services
Montclair State University

This position is directly responsible for managing housekeeping and custodial services for the University. The Director oversees the daily business operations of the Housekeeping work units, including managing operations, hiring, performance, fiscal, procurement, budget, snow removal, and special events.  The Director executes strategic projects under the direction of the Assistant VP of Facilities Services (AVPFS).  The Director ensures best practices and benchmarks of all functional units and complies with all applicable regulatory safety codes and standards.


  • Manage the technical and administrative aspects of indoor and outdoor facility cleaning. Oversee contract services including pest control and equipment repair. Collaborate with the Director of Grounds Services on snow removal.
  • Develop, implement, and manage programs and schedules for building cleaning. Manage routine and emergency cleaning, service calls, and requests for pest control services.
  • Analyze custodial needs and trends and recommend cost effectiveness, efficiency, and service delivery improvements.
  • Establish and oversee schedules for quality inspections and ensure their maintenance through the CompUClean system.
  • Serve as the primary liaison between Housekeeping and other departments. Manage Housekeeping work orders and ensure that they are completed and closed according to established timelines. Work with division departments to ensure the completion of inter-disciplinary work orders.
  • Participate in the establishment and maintenance of Service Level Agreements with the AVPFS and key customers. Ensure compliance with agreed service levels and recommend service improvements.
  • Coordinate work and manage projects between Housekeeping and other service groups. Ensure timely completion of deliverables and adherence to schedules; track milestones and timelines, modifying workflow as necessary. Track personnel and financial resource allocations, and adjust when necessary to meet customer expectations.
  • Develop goals, objectives, policies, and procedures. Translate goals into work plans and recommend strategic operation improvements to the AVPFS.
  • Manage and participate in the hiring process and all aspects of employee performance including scheduling, timekeeping, payroll, performance evaluation, and labor relations.  Recruit and supervise temporary and student employees.
  • As fiscal agent, develop annual budgets for each functional unit.  Manage procurement, finance, and budget activities (including forecasting) for subordinate units. Ensure a good-faith effort to meet State and University set-aside goals.
  • Adhere to supply distribution procedures. Review equipment/supply needs and procure replacement items. Allocate sufficient funds to replace equipment and tools.
  • With University Procurement, develop, negotiate, and manage service contracts to ensure competitive costs and contractual compliance. Ensure the effective contractor supervision by direct reports.
  • Manage the participation of subordinate units in special events including Accepted Student Days, Homecoming, Open Houses, Commencement, Convocations, etc.
  • Research, evaluate data, and prepare reports containing findings and recommendations on behalf of the AVPFS.
  • Maintain Tenant IRIS software.  Investigate new technologies and methods to create efficiencies in cleaning improvements and human resource allocation.
  • Serve on committees and attend professional training and development courses, seminars and conferences as directed.
  • Ensure University compliance with all federal, state and local laws and regulations. Comprehend, interpret, and apply established University, industry, and government regulations, policies, procedures, and guidelines.
  • Ensure subordinate staff compliance with applicable regulatory training or certification requirements by providing access to, or developing and implementing safety training. Identify professional development opportunities for staff at all levels.
  • Investigate customer service inquiries and manage swift corrective action where necessary.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Management retains the right to add or change job duties at any time.



  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Minimum ten years of progressive work experience in higher education or a hospital environment, including at least five years of administrative and management experience.
  • Working knowledge of building, life safety, fire, environmental, and health codes and regulations.
  • Hands-on experience using software systems for cleaning and work order management.
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Project, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • The ability to report to work evenings, weekends, during emergencies, and in inclement weather.


Familiarity with division software systems, including: Kronos Time Management, Maximo Asset Management, Workday.


Department/Position: Facilities Services 2, Administrative

Questions: contact Human Resources' Workday Recruiting Support at 973-655-5000 (Option 2); email

EEO/AA Statement

Montclair State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution with a strong commitment to diversity.

Additional information can be found on the website at

Title IX and 34 C.F.R. 106 Policy

Montclair State is required by Title IX and 34 C.F.R. 106 not to discriminate on the basis of sex or gender, and does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in the operation of education programs and activities.  The requirement to not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in the operation of education programs and activities extends to admission and employment. For further details, please visit:


Director, Facilities Operations
University of Florida

etails - DIR, Facilities Operations (

The University of Florida, the top five ranking public University in the nation, is seeking a Director of Maintenance and Trades to help lead the Facilities Services Division as it continues to support the growth and success of the University. 

This is a new position that will be reporting to the Senior Director of Operations. We are seeking a forward thinking individual with a proven track record of leadership skills within a changing environment who will provide leadership and management of the Operations Maintenance and Trades team for all E&G and Health Science Center facilities. This position plays a critical role in ensuring that the E&G and Health Science Center campus environment is safe and well-maintained, and that the department is a top-performing service provider that enhances customer experience. The Director will administer the daily operations of the Facilities Services maintenance staff, coordinate, plan and manage all Facilities Services maintenance activities and formulate program goals and objectives.

The primary responsibility of this position is to administer and direct programs which ensure that all University facilities are safe, structurally sound, operationally efficient, and well-maintained to appropriate standards and that the University has an effective maintenance and improvement program in place including a robust preventive maintenance program.

Minimum Requirements: Master's degree in an appropriate area and six years of relevant experience; or a bachelor's degree in an appropriate area and eight years of relevant experience.

To apply you must complete the application and download your resume at

 Reference Requisition 523039 Details - DIR, Facilities Operations (



STEM Facilities Director
Montclair State University


Under the supervision of the Associate Vice President for Facilities Maintenance and Engineering, the STEM Facilities Director directs and coordinates the installation of facilities and scientific equipment and associated schedules and renovations. Oversees, schedules and directs basic maintenance and minor repairs, and establishes and maintains records for regular servicing, certifications and repair schedules for equipment used in the Colleges of Mathematics and Sciences including but not limited to fume hoods (acid, organic, perchloric), biosafety cabinets, autoclaves, cage washers, glassware washers, cold rooms, environmental chambers, test kitchens, analytical scientific research equipment, among others.


  • Oversee and direct basic maintenance and provide technical support for equipment and instruments in CSAM such refurbishing, repairing, calibration services, and cleaning.
  • Serve as liaison between CSAM, Facilities, and external contractors, engineers and repair persons to diagnose and correct problems, implement work order requests, servicing and repairs.
  • Assist in the procurement and preparation of requisitions for materials, supplies, service calls, repairs, service contracts, renovations, and installations.
  • Under the AVP of Facilities, serve as cost center fiscal agent for the STEM budget.
  • Monitor spare parts inventory for critical equipment to minimize outages and disruption of service.
  • Establish maintenance procedures, policies and protocols, testing, and certification schedules for instruments and equipment, ensuring that such equipment is in compliance and ready for use by students, faculty and staff.
  • Perform monthly or quarterly inspections and basic repairs on eyewash and safety shower stations with outside contractors.
  • Tag assets and equipment and enter data into MAXIMO.
  • Create RFPs for contracted services for all STEM mechanical equipment.
  • Maintain records, reports, and files related to equipment testing, certification and repairs.
  • Hire and review performance of maintenance staff assigned to the STEM maintenance unit; supervise student workers assigned to assist with CSAM facilities operations.
  • Utilize university databases, tools, and software systems including but not limited to MAXIMO, PeopleSoft Financial Management System, Microsoft Office suite.
  • Respond to on- and off-duty emergencies.
  • Communicate with stakeholders regarding the status testing, certification, repair and calibration of equipment and instruments.
  • Follow all University and CSAM procedures, regulations, and standards for Quality Control, Quality Assurance, and research compliance.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Management retains the right to add or change job duties at any time.



  • Bachelor’s degree relevant to working with HVAC, mechanical, electrical systems, or related discipline.
  • Four (4) years of full-time professional experience in the maintenance and repair of mechanical and electrical systems and equipment in science buildings.
  • Knowledge of science building electrical and mechanical equipment operated manually or by steam, electricity, water and/or air, and ability to perform basic maintenance and minor repairs and/or adjustments.
  • Ability to read and interpret building and equipment diagrams, blue prints, schematics, and manuals.
  • Must be capable of performing physical activities associated with Facilities positions.


  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Refrigeration license.


Applicants should include a resume and cover letter describing how their background, skills and education match the needs of the University. When applying, please take a moment to carefully read and follow the steps in the application instructions.

Department: AVP Facilities Maintenance and Engineering

Position Type: Administrative

Questions? Contact Human Resources' Workday Recruiting Support at 973-655-5000 (Option 2), or email

EEO/AA Statement

Montclair State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution with a strong commitment to diversity.

Additional information can be found on the website at

Title IX and 34 C.F.R. 106 Policy

Montclair State is required by Title IX and 34 C.F.R. 106 not to discriminate on the basis of sex or gender, and does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in the operation of education programs and activities.  The requirement to not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in the operation of education programs and activities extends to admission and employment. For further details, please visit:


Director, Utility Services #606464
Northern Arizona University

Northern Arizona University's Facility Services: Utility Service is now hiring one (1) highly experienced leader to become the Director, Utility Services. This leader will direct campus operations to ensure effective job performance and quality services are provided to the campus community. They will support the planning of university operational strategy, as well as the implementation of current operations. The Assistant Director or Director monitors current NAU operations and directs staff to ensure accurate information is distributed and works to address and resolve any issues quickly. This position is specific to the Utility Services division of Facility Services.

The Utility Services division includes production, procurement, and distribution of 12.4 kV electricity, steam and condensate, high temperature hot water, compressed air, chilled water, and natural gas.  The master meter natural gas system is regulated by the Arizona Corporation Commission. This position also coordinates the management of the outdoor lighting, potable and fire water, reclaimed water, irrigation water, sanitary sewers and storm drainage utility programs.  The Utility Services work unit is also accountable for mapping, locate services, metering, monitoring and recording cost and consumption data, billing, estimating, sales agreements, budgetary planning, maintenance (breakdown, corrective and planned), minor and major repairs and remedial measures, construction administration, environmental and regulatory compliance, system optimization, system testing and code compliance, and capital and utility master planning (short, mid and long range).  This position is responsible for program development, implementation, administration, supervision, safety programs, training, and identification and implementation of improvement opportunities. 

Key Results Area:

  • A safe and OSHA compliant workplace for all staff.
  • Effective and efficient delivery of utilities to campus and external customers.
  • Continuous attention to energy efficiency, as documented with data.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field.
  • 5-7 years of relevant experience.
  • 3-5 years of management or supervisory experience.
  • Any combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year-for-year basis.


Anticipated salary range is $83,312- $104,140. Annual salary commensurate with candidate's qualifications and related experience.

Please see for full job descriptions and details on how to apply online!  NAU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


Energy Manager
Montclair State University

Reporting to the VP for University Facilities, the Energy Manager is responsible for the evaluation and management of energy consumption and the Renewable Energy Portfolio at Montclair State University. This position manages the campus energy dashboard and works collaboratively with division managers and maintenance supervisors to support utilities systems effectiveness, capital and infrastructure planning, and energy management programs for campus properties.

The Energy Manager supports energy reporting efforts and identifies issues by conducting energy audits. This position develops and implements solutions, in the form of Energy Conservation Measures and energy projects of various size, which affect systems and equipment, programmatic needs and operational practices. The Energy Manager assists with professional project management activities for designated projects and assignments, and the effectual management of the University’s Co-generation Plant to achieve optimum energy performance.


  • Develops and maintains a system of consistent, efficient and reliable energy management for University Facilities in support of the educational, research and administrative activities of the University. Develops and recommends short and long-range plans for implementing energy innovations, and partners with Facilities managers to establish and implement a comprehensive energy reduction plan that aligns with existing facilities and renewal plans.
  • Develops and maintains a campus-wide energy management plan. Ensures proper environmental conditions with cost-effective energy utilization and a primary goal to reduce site-wide energy consumption. Coordinates with Building Controls staff to develop projects that increase control, efficiency and operational flexibility of BAS across the campus.
  • Performs energy studies and coordinates essential energy projects, including cost-saving initiatives, efficiency projects, and implementation of energy conservation programs. Recommends controls improvements and adoption of standards and protocols for energy management systems in university buildings. Conducts campus energy audits and recommends improvements, including ASHRAE I and II level audits, feasibility studies and reports. Analyzes and benchmarks performance using the EnergyStar Portfolio Manager. Provides recommendations for capital allocation and the rebate recovery process.
  • Coordinates the Campus Energy Dashboard building integration. Manages the appropriate energy and utility data within buildings and partners with departments and managers to present energy consumption information to building occupants to educate, impact behaviors and reduce energy consumption.
  • Oversees campus utility systems energy reports, including steam, chilled water, electricity, natural gas, and water. Manages data for energy performance metrics including: monthly use, annual usage, EUI comparison calculations, and other calculations as necessary to support and track energy use, carbon emissions, and other metrics associated with energy management.
  • Creates and maintains strategic relationships with key utilities and interfaces including, PSE&G, NJ American Water, District Utilities provider, and campus energy reporting vendors. Manages the Accounts Receivable process for utility bill purchase orders and tracks payments from input to closing.
  • Assists Capital Planning & Project Management staff throughout the project delivery process from the development of scopes, schedules and budgets through end-of-project activities, including close-out and final payment activities.
  • Establishes and maintains effective communications and cooperative working relationships with colleagues, customers, stakeholders and partners to accomplish mutual objectives. Collaborates on special and routine projects with University and managers. Participates in meetings and planning sessions.
  • Complies with applicable workplace safety guidelines and rules. Participates in occupational health and safety training and promotes safe work practices through the selection of footwear appropriate for the work environment and the utilization of personal protective equipment when necessary. Ensures the accurate and timely identification and/or reporting of hazards, injuries and accidents.
  • Represents the University at conferences, seminars or meetings and serves on ad hoc and standing committees.
  • Other duties as assigned.



Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.

Minimum of 4 years of relevant experience evaluating energy management or facilities conditions

Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite; advanced Excel skills

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to occasionally work outside of normal office hours, work evenings and/or weekends in the performance of assigned responsibilities


Higher Education facilities management experience

A professional designation of Certified Energy Manager (CEM) by the Association of Energy Engineers


Applicants should include a resume and cover letter describing how their background, skills and education match the needs of the University.

Position Type: Professional - Non-Faculty, University Facilities

Questions? Human Resources' Workday Recruiting Support 973-655-5000 (Option 2), or

Montclair State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution with a strong commitment to diversity.

Title IX and 34 C.F.R. 106 Policy

Montclair State is required by Title IX and 34 C.F.R. 106 not to discriminate on the basis of sex or gender, and does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in the operation of education programs and activities.  The requirement to not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in the operation of education programs and activities extends to admission and employment. For further details, please visit:


Assistant Vice Chancellor of Design and Construction
Elizabeth City State University

Primary Purpose of Organizational Unit

The primary purpose of the Facilities and Planning unit is to coordinate and plan for all facility needs of the University, to prepare or supervise the preparation of designed solutions to facility shortfalls, and to oversee the contracted repairs and new construction in support of the University's teaching, research, and public service missions.

Competencies/Knowledge Skills, and Abilities Required in this Position

Possess technical knowledge in architectural or civil engineering design of buildings, roads, bridges, infrastructure, and grounds.

Direct experience in the design of the University buildings, infrastructure, bridges or other similar experiences is desirable, as is an understanding of the administrative processes of project delivery within the North Carolina State System.

Possess experience in managing and leading capital project management, capital project management budgets, and other design and construction facilitation and and operations.

Minimum Training and Experience

A Master's degree from an accredited institution with a minimum of five years of experience in facilities management, architectural or civil engineering and/or the direct oversight of construction projects is required. Possession of registration or licensure in Architecture or Engineering is preferred.

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Assistant Vice President - Facilities Planning and Construction
UT Southwestern Medical Center


The Assistant Vice President (AVP) for Facilities Planning & Constructionis administratively and operationally responsible for planning, design, and construction operations across the UT Southwestern Medical Center (UTSWMC). The AVP directs strategic institutional initiatives aimed at achieving not only growth and development, but excellence in planning, design, and construction quality and customer service across all UTSW facilities. The AVP will be expected to establish operational procedures that ensure projects are completed on time and in budget, that enhance staff productivity, reduce costs and maintain the highest quality of facilities standards. This position facilitates the development, implementation and construction of capital, renovations, and minor construction projects and additionally requires coordination of services with multiple stakeholders across many care platforms.


Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, Design, or Construction Management and ten (10) years of experience in facilities planning, design and construction project management including at least five (5) years of managerial experience. Master’s degree in Business or Healthcare Administration preferred.


  • Leads assessment, development, planning, design, coordination, and construction of all UTSW facilities.
  • Sets goals and objectives for division. Leads and motivates a diverse work unit that includes skilled and professional employees and/or supports staff and personnel. Oversees supervisors, managers, and/or directors to include establishing priorities. 
  • Assures the development of responsibility matrices for all projects to assure aspects of all projects are addressed.
  • Oversees budget preparation and administration; prepares cost estimates for budget recommendations; submits justifications for staff, supplies, materials, and equipment; monitor and control expenditures.
  • Determines and establishes work priorities and staffing needs, including staff development and training.
  • Formulates strategies, and sets priorities, goals, and objectives to implement long-term capital projects.
  • Contributes to the development and maintenance of facilities relevant tools to support facilities programs.
  • Provides direction, expertise, and leadership for Facilities Planning and Construction staff. Selects qualified personnel and provides for their ongoing training and development. Assures that duties, responsibilities, and authority of each job are clearly defined and communicated.
  • Oversees project manager teams in the development of project schedules, RFQ and RFP solicitations, proposal reviews, contracts, construction progress, inspections, and project close-out.
  • Evaluates operations and activities of projects and recommends improvements and modifications as needed.
  • Prepares and communicates a variety of reports and key performance metrics to stakeholders, facilities management and institutional leadership.
  • Establishes departmental policies and procedures and ensures compliance with State requirements.
  • Provides oversight of the UT System Board of Regents Rules and Regulations and requirements of the UT System Office of Capital Projects.
  • Reviews management reports providing insights, action required and explaining key takeaways.
  • Responsible for collaboration with end-users, leadership, and internal staff that influence design.



UC San Diego

UC San Diego 


Filing Deadline: Mon 8/15/2022, thereafter Open Until Filled

Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience


This position offers a hybrid work arrangement, which includes a combination of onsite and remote work.


Under general direction of the Senior Director of Project Management for the Campus or Healthcare, the Capital Project Manager is accountable to either the campus or medical centers to provide projects that are on schedule, within budget, high quality, sustainable, cost effective, and appropriate to the client's needs. The Project Manager organizes, plans, and controls the design and construction effort for individual projects. This may involve selecting professional design staff; coordinating the activities of clients, design professionals (architect, engineers, etc.), contractors, inspectors, and others associated with the project; monitoring project progress, cost, and quality; resolving problems that arise in the project; and working with state agency officials to ensure compliance and safety. Communicate with project stakeholders on campus/medical centers regarding program, budget, schedule and construction impact. Complete and warrant the project to department and University specifications.


This position requires advanced skills and is responsible for all aspects of the design and construction process for major and significant building projects, or highly specialized and critical components of these projects. Projects are often characterized by their complexity. Exercise independent judgment in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results, and may oversee, manage, supervise, or provide guidance to other Facilities Project Managers and/or Analysts.



• Bachelor's degree in related area and/or an equivalent combination of experience/training in architecture, engineering, construction management, urban design, city planning, landscape or a similar field. Advanced project management skills to effectively manage highly complex projects, or highly specialized and critical project components.

• Advanced knowledge of building and construction, design, construction contract administration and California Building Codes, including advanced understanding of industry practices, or deep expertise in a highly specialized and critical discipline. Demonstrated working knowledge of architectural, engineering, and construction practices.

• Demonstrated leadership and managerial skills necessary to simultaneously direct several large professional teams working on unique and technically difficult projects in a complex administrative environment.

• Demonstrated ability and knowledge to provide technical advice on construction practices, methods and procedures, and to prepare drawings and specifications for major building projects.

• Familiarity with California and applicable building codes and regulations, and professional design experience to effectively direct and review the preparation of design and construction documents, review and approve contractor submittals, and to effectively resolve field problems during construction.

• Demonstrated working knowledge of California Building Code, Title-24 and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements, Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD), Division of State Architect (DSA) and State Fire Marshal (SFM) code and policy requirements for hospital construction (Medical Center only).

• Demonstrated working knowledge of standard design and construction sequences and durations necessary to prepare, monitor, and manage detailed project schedule.


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The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


Construction Manager
Missouri State University

The Construction Manager is responsible for the in-house construction activities of the University, including repair and alteration of building structures and interior and exterior renovations. The Construction Manager develops short- and long-range plans for implementation of in-house construction priorities in response to the needs of the University Community and ensures that assigned in-house construction projects meet construction industry and University standards. The Construction Manager works with requesting departments to fully understand their request, prepares construction estimates and time frames for completion of proposed projects, and utilizes the Campus Construction Team (CCT) or contract personnel to complete projects.
This position is funded by revenue generated by projects performed by the CCT; the continuation of this and other positions funded by CCT revenue are dependent on sufficient ongoing revenue generation.
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Facilities & Space Planner
South Dakota State University


Facilities & Services Planning Department

South Dakota State University

South Dakota State University (SDSU) Facilities & Services (F&S) Department is offering an exciting career opportunity as a Facilities & Space Planner. We are looking for a creative and detail oriented professional to join us in providing design and planning services to the campus community. This is a 12-month, 100% time, benefit eligible position. This position is supervised by the Director of Planning and works closely with the SDSU F&S building trades, project managers, design consultants, and Contractors.

South Dakota State University promotes access to and opportunities for all to receive the benefit of and participate in education, research, and service and is especially interested in candidates that can contribute to this land-grant mission of access.

Must be authorized to work in the U.S.  Sponsorship is not available for this position.


The Facilities & Space Planner is responsible for architectural consultation, facility assessment, architectural design, specifications, building code interpretation, and/or management of projects on the campus and on associated off campus facilities. This position also assists in the maintenance of the campus space model, building information models, GIS database, assessing maintenance & repair needs, and managing annual maintenance and repair project budgets.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Architecture or a closely related field completed by start date;
  • Effective oral, written, and graphic (ie. drawing, modeling, charts, etc.) communication skills;
  • Results oriented with excellent analytical problem-solving skills;
  • Demonstrated organizational and time management skills;
  • Use of digital technology including Microsoft Office Suite, building information modeling, architectural design, and publishing software;
  • Ability to plan, develop, evaluate, and implement complex projects;
  • Valid driver’s license or ability to obtain within 30 days of hire.


  • Architectural Registration;
  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Record;
  • Previous professional design or planning experience in academic facilities;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of international building codes and standards;
  • Work experience at a college or university.


South Dakota State University is the state’s largest, most comprehensive university with more than 200 academic programs, an enrollment of approximately 12,000 students, and contributes over $963 million in state economic impact.

SDSU Facilities and Services supports the core teaching, learning, discovery, and innovation missions of the University. Stewardship is a common theme to our work, and F&S strive to find solutions that provide sustainable outcomes through exceptional effort and guidance. F&S focuses on continuous improvement and use industry standards to develop best business practices. F&S evaluates the universities performance and effectiveness based on customer input and comparisons to peer institutions.

Jackrabbits Athletics competes as an NCAA Division I member with membership in the Missouri Valley Football Conference, the Summit League and the Big XII for wrestling.

Brookings is home to approximately 24,000 residents and with a K-12 school district of approximately 3,200 students. The city is located 60 miles north of Sioux Falls, 200 miles west of Minneapolis, and 235 miles north of Omaha. Brookings is recognized as an ideal community for families, schools, young professionals, retirees, and is rated among the best places to live in South Dakota.


South Dakota State University accepts applications through an online employment site.  To apply, visit:, search by the position title, view the job announcement, and click on “apply for this job.”  This system will guide you through the electronic application form. Email applications will not be accepted.  Please contact South Dakota State University Human Resources at 605-688-4128 if you require assistance with this process. 

Please see full ad for more information and contact name/number for questions. 

South Dakota State University promotes access to and opportunities for all to receive the benefit of and participate in education, research, and service and is especially interested in candidates that can contribute to this land-grant access mission. SDSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to, and SDSU prohibits discrimination on, the basis of, sex, race, color, creed,  national origin, ancestry, citizenship, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, religion, age, disability, genetic information, veteran’s status, or any other status that may become protected in the offering of all educational programs and employment. Arrangements for accommodations required by disabilities can be made by emailing  Individuals with concerns regarding discrimination should contact:  Equal Opportunity Officer/Title IX Coordinator, Human Resources, Morrill Hall 100, SDSU, Brookings, SD  57007.  Phone:  (605) 688-4128.


Mid-Level Construction Project Manager
Colorado State University

Colorado State University seeks applications and nominations for the position of Mid-level Construction Project Manager for the Department of Facilities Management. The Mid-level Construction Project Manager is a key member of Facility Management’s Construction and Design section which is committed to excellence and achieving the University’s and Department’s mission. Design and Construction provides administrative and professional services to facilitate and accomplish new construction, renovation, and/or replacement of the physical facilities and infrastructure of the campus in support of the University’s mission and strategic plan.
The Mid-level Construction Project Manager manages the design and construction of numerous types of complex projects. This position manages the people, schedule, budget, and scope of both large and small construction projects. Projects are conducted simultaneously and cover a wide variety of design & construction disciplines, including architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, electronic, and landscape architecture. Construction projects include new construction, renovation, remodel, control maintenance, and capital construction. The position’s purpose is to ensure that stated project objectives are achieved from pre-construction (design) through construction and closeout with minimal disruption to other University activities and functions.
For a complete job description and information on how to apply, please visit our website at: Colorado State University conducts background checks on all final applicants.

CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.

Project Manager
Fort Lewis College

Project Manager – Fort Lewis College

The Project Manager is responsible for college building construction, renovations and campus infrastructure upgrades. This position will be responsible for multiple projects, occurring simultaneously, from start to finish to include scope development with clients, acquisition of professional design and contractor services and day to day oversight of project activities. For detailed information please go to


Resident Engineering Inspector
University of Georgia

A technical/operational position responsible for monitoring the day to day progress of construction projects assigned, performing inspections, and documenting site conditions, project progress and observations. Project assignments may include renovations and/or new construction on UGA and/or UGA Athletic Association facilities. This is a limited-term position that has an appointment which is expected to end 06/30/2024. This appointment may be extended if the volume and complexity of projects continues to be high.

Requires technical knowledge in the field acquired through an apprenticeship, a 2-year degree, or professional certificate. Experience in lieu of education may be possible.

For more information and/or apply for this position, please go to