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Construction Project Manager
University of the Pacific


Construction Project Manager


THE opportunity

Under the direction of the Director of Planning and Construction Management, coordinate and manage project activities related to construction (as needed in Stockton, Sacramento and San Francisco). Position requires management of more than one project concurrently from pre-construction activities to through remediation, construction administration, occupancy and project close-out. Manages and administers projects including all daily activities associated with: pre-construction planning bidding, budgeting, coordination/preparation of contract documents, agency jurisdiction engagement, building permit coordination, project meetings, oversight of construction activities; construction safety, pay application review and submittals, coordination of end user requirements, professional consultants, construction administration, end user occupancy and warranty execution.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • A minimum of ten (10) years of project management experience as an owner’s representative through all stages of projects including programming, planning, design, remediation, construction, contract administration, commissioning, certification, validation, and occupancy.
  • Must be computer literate with proficiency and working knowledge of database and reporting tools such as Microsoft Office, Excel, and Microsoft Project.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop construction cost analysis reports, construction schedules, as well as data collection methods to troubleshoot and solve construction challenges.
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and effectively manage multiple construction projects in multidisciplinary groups.


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with contract documentation and project development from preliminary planning through final occupancy on new construction, renovation, and alteration projects with budgets in below and in excess of $10,000,000.
  • At least five (5) years in a supervisory capacity.
  • Experience on staff or working on projects at a University.
  • Experience working on or managing a variety of project types including athletic and recreational facilities, housing and dining facilities, classroom/meeting spaces, performance venues, laboratories/clinics and office spaces.
  • LEED accreditation at Green Associate or AP level.
  • Experience with AutoCAD, REVIT or similar drawing systems.
  • Excellent ability in reviewing and selecting professional consultants, contractors, and vendors.
  • Strong report writing skills, worksheet preparation, project budget reporting and schedule development.
  • Strong analytical, negotiation, communication and problem solving ability.
  • Demonstrated ability in conducting project team meetings.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills including the ability to speak articulately in high level forums and to answer complex construction questions with confidence.
  • Positive attitude, proven ability to work successfully with diverse populations and demonstrated commitment to promote and enhance diversity and inclusion.


For more details and to apply, visit:


EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Institution

Director of Facilities and Sustainability
West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission

Classification:           Full Time, Non-Classified, Exempt, Benefits-Eligible

Located in West Virginia’s Capital City of Charleston, the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission is home to more than 70 staff members dedicated to transforming lives for the state’s college students. Working with 30 colleges and universities, our agency serves more than 70,000 undergraduate and almost 12,000 graduate students, helping improve their access to college, their success throughout college and their impact after they graduate. We embrace diversity. We value community. We drive growth. We engage – helping West Virginia’s Climb to equip 60 percent of West Virginians with a certificate or degree by 2030. The Policy Commission is sought after as the best place to work, succeed and make meaningful change. Join our team and help West Virginia on its Climb to student success. 

Position Overview:  Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Finance, the Director of Facilities and Sustainability provides strategic leadership and professional direction for facilities-related functions at institutions, including facilities management, capital planning, project management, design and construction. The Director of Facilities Management and Sustainability is charged with articulating a vision for facilities management, developing a plan for that vision (while ensuring that vision aligns with the Commissions overall mission), and implementing the plan. The Director provides leadership, knowledge, and expertise to sustain and support the building environment and to deliver student-focused services and solutions.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop, revise and update all capital project and facilities management policies and procedures.  Provide policy and procedural advice to the Chancellor, Executive Vice Chancellor for Administration and the Vice Chancellor for Finance on capital projects and facilities maintenance.  Assists in the system-wide oversight of these areas.
  • Provides policy and procedural advice to institutional Presidents, Vice Presidents for Administration, Physical Plant Directors on capital project management and facilities management.
  • Make recommendations as to whether the Higher Education Policy Commission should approve or disapprove institutional requests related to items such as: campus master plans, real estate transactions, issuance of revenue bonds and capital project requests.
  • Oversee the development of the systems’ facility plans including the accumulation of capacity utilization and capital needs data.
  • Interacts with the West Virginia Department of Administration, Contractors Association of West Virginia, West Virginia Society of Architects and other stakeholders regarding facilities and capital project issues.
  • Review the application of payments for the expenditure of bond proceeds. Review and evaluate loan applications for the Energy and Water Savings Revolving Loan Fund and Emergency and Critical Projects Loan Fund.
  • Provide advice and coordinate the collection of annual institutional capital appropriation requests.  Prepare and submit the Commission’s capital appropriation request to the West Virginia State Budget Office.  Prepare and present the annual list of capital priorities for Higher Education Policy Commission approval.  Present the Higher Education Policy Commission’s lists of capital project priorities to LOCEA (the Legislative Oversight Commission on Education Accountability), as required by law.

Knowledge, skills and abilities: The successful candidate will possess attention to detail, ability to manage competing demands, and work independently. Additionally, the candidate will be able to establish good working relationships with external stakeholders, as well as possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated knowledge of energy and sustainability programs as well as the principles of facilities planning, construction and maintenance.

Salary Range:  Competitive salary, commensurate with experience.

Education and experience:  Bachelor’s degree and five years of experience in an appropriate discipline such as: Architecture or Engineering is required. Experience as a facilities manager at a higher education institution is preferred. However, any requisite combination of education and experience will be considered.  Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification is required. 

Closing date:  Position is opened until filled.  Priority consideration will be given to application materials received on or before January 31, 2020. However, applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Application process:  Qualified candidates must submit a letter of interest, a current resume, and titles, phone numbers and e-mail addresses for three professional references. Final candidates are subject to employment and credential verification, as well as, reference and background checks.  Submit all information electronically via e-mail with “Director of Facilities and Sustainability” in the subject line to: Ms. Vickie Hairston, HR Representative, Senior at

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer/Veterans/Disabled


Director of Facilities Management
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

Our Client

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford (Pitt-Bradford), a regional campus of the University of Pittsburgh, is a four-year undergraduate institution of some 1,300 students and a friendly, welcoming campus community with strong ties to the Bradford region.  Over its 56-year history, Pitt-Bradford has grown from one building, 288 students and two majors, to a campus with 35 buildings and 1,342 students and more than 40 academic majors.  Additionally, Pitt-Bradford provides administrative oversight of the Titusville Campus, which is located approximately 72 miles west of Bradford.

Essential Functions

The Director of Facilities Management will support institutional goals and priorities through stewardship of physical and financial assets, and the implementation of sustainable practices.  The director will ensure the college provides an environment that is aesthetically pleasing, sustainable, establishes a sense of place, and is conducive to the learning process.

Required Qualifications

  • Demonstrated experience with all major components of facilities planning, construction, renovation and maintenance, and other major operational functions and their management for a campus or similar environment.
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction, business or related fields or a combination of bachelor’s degree plus specialized training in the management of facilities.
  • At least eight (8) years of leadership experience in facilities management or a comparable field, with increasing responsibilities.
  • Experience in the preparation of annual and long-range facilities plans and budgets.
  • Excellent technical, interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully collaborate with diverse user groups, including faculty and administrative staff, advisory board, students, parents, and alumni, and success in maintaining high levels of user/occupant satisfaction in the provision of facilities and support services.
  • Demonstrated experience leading a complex and multi-dimensional business unit and team.
  • Experience in leading an organization that relies on integrated electronic information systems and their use in the automation of such functions as work orders, inventory control, scheduling, and timekeeping.
  • Knowledge of current trends and best practices in facilities management with the ability to adapt strategies and approaches to changing trends and conditions.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing multiple priorities and constituencies in a fast-paced environment requiring quick turnaround on key decisions.
  • Demonstrated experience in enhancing internal controls and operational and organizational efficiency.

Desired Qualifications Include

  • Higher education, or other campus facilities leadership experience, such as in health care or the military is preferred.
  • Advanced degree such as a master’s in engineering, public administration, business administration or related field.
  • Professional certifications such as PMP, LEED AP, FMP, CFM, etc.

For position finalists, employment with the University will require successful completion of a background check.


To view the full position description, please visit


Pitt-Bradford is conducting a regional search with the assistance of Helbling & Associates, Inc. (, an executive search firm specializing in areas of facilities management, construction, engineering, and real estate development.

Please Submit Applications or Nominations to

Mr. Alex G. Kumnik, Search Consultant


O: (724) 935-7500 x105


The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity.

Manager, Safety
Auburn University

Manager, Safety

Home Org Name: Facilities Operations Admin

Division Name: Assoc Vice President Facilities

Job Summary
Manages the development, implementation, and management of safety and health programs for a large department or division.

Essential Functions
Develops, implements, and manages in-house occupational safety and health programs. Reviews in-house work practices and procedures ensuring programs are in compliance with applicable safety and health guidelines and are completed in a safe manner. Develops, implements, and manages construction or contracted services safety programs by ensuring policies, procedures, specifications, and processes are followed. Conducts on-site safety audits to ensure compliance with safety requirements, including contractor compliance. Collaborates with the Office of Risk Management and Safety when appropriate. Tracks safety-related statistics regarding both in-house department performance on contracts and works with department administrators to correct deficiencies and to provide recommendations to improve trends. Develops, manages and facilitates required safety training and certification programs, by trade or department. Develops tracking processes and procedures to identify required training; documents training received and expiration of training; identifies safety training deficiencies, and sets up and arranges safety training classes. May be responsible for investigating root cause of accidents or injuries and prepares reports with finding and corrective actions. Leads department safety governance organizations and committees. Provides guidance and advises department administrators on all safety issues.

Minimum Education and Experience

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Environmental Safety, Health and Safety, Industrial Safety, Business or a degree in a relevant field.
  • Six years of experience
  • Experience implementing and/or managing workplace safety programs

 Minimum Skills, License, and Certifications

  • Knowledge of Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, thorough knowledge of federal and state health and safety regulations and reporting procedures.
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Preferred: Certified Safety Professional (CSP)

 Desired Qualifications

  • A Master’s degree in a related field is preferred

 Requisition Number: S038P

 For more information and to apply, please visit:

 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.


Associate Director of Building Services
College of William & Mary

William & Mary is seeking candidates for the position of Associate Director of Building Services who can advance the organization’s effectiveness and deliver award winning facility support services. We are a medium-sized, highly residential, liberal arts university located in eastern Virginia, widely recognized as one of the most historic and beautiful campuses in the country. Reporting to the Director of Building Services, the Associate Director coordinates and directs daily activities of multiple, independent teams and a large, diverse workforce delivering the complete range of custodial functions, special event support, waste and recycling programs, and postal services to 8,000 students, 2,500 faculty and staff, and 3.3 million cleanable square feet of academic, auxiliary and residential space.

We invite you to become part of a collaborative leadership team that challenges itself to learn, grow and deliver on its vision. We are looking for an innovator and motivator with substantive experience coordinating service delivery in a higher-education or hospitality environment and demonstrated higher-level management skills to act as a resource and point of contact for customers and staff.

The successful candidate will have strong leadership skills; a track record of coaching, mentoring and training staff to excel; and the ability to analyze issues, improve processes, act strategically, and champion change. Previous work experience should provide evidence of creativity, accountability and team building.

Progressively responsible experience managing facilities-related services in a higher education or other institutional setting is preferred; substantive experience delivering custodial services in an education, hospital or commercial environment is required.  Knowledge of industry-related sustainability issues and best practices is preferred. A Bachelor's degree in Business Management, Organizational Development or relevant area of study is required; a Master’s degree is preferred. Familiarity with CompuClean or comparable management software, Cleaning Industry Management Standard (CIMS 3000:2018), and/or GS-42 - Environmental Standard is a plus. Professional certifications (CEH, REH or CIMS) and affiliations (APPA, IEHA, or ISSA) are highly desirable.

William & Mary offers a comprehensive salary ($65,000 - $72,000) and benefits package commensurate with experience. Interested individuals are encouraged to submit a letter of interest, resume, and the names and contact information for three professional references.  Application for this position (posting FP438W) must be made at  Applications and related materials submitted via other means cannot be considered.

William & Mary is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access employer and actively encourages applications from minorities, women, disabled persons and veterans.


Custodial Services Manager
Williams College

Custodial Services Manager


Williams Facilities is pleased to announce it is now accepting applications for a Custodial Services Manager. Reporting to the Assistant Director for Custodial Services, the manager is one of a team of 3 who will direct the operational and personnel activities of the department as related to custodial staff in all campus buildings.

Facilities supports, manages and maintains 180+ buildings including 111 housing units as well as commercial properties on 450 acres of gardens, lawns and athletic fields. Facilities is committed to prompt, professional service to students, faculty and staff. Our talented staff proudly strives to meet the current and future needs of Williams College.

The Williams College Facilities Department is dedicated to providing excellent service to a diverse population of faculty, staff, and students. The manager will support the mission of the college to provide a nurturing educational environment. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive community and strongly encourage candidates from underrepresented groups to apply. Applicants should highlight relevant experience with building, working with, and/or supporting a broadly diverse staff.


  • Supervise, direct and control the day to day custodial staff of 18 - 24 individuals in all campus buildings to assure that all tasks are performed according to established priorities;
  • Assist in budget formulation, implementation, and review of the Custodial budgets;
  • Responsible in conjunction with the Assistant Director of Custodial Services and Human Resources for the proper hiring, evaluation, and training of all assigned staff;
  • Observe and report through the work order system, any and all defects, deterioration and wear on the facilities;
  • Train all new custodians to ensure that correct procedures and use of cleaning materials and tools are understood and observed;
  • Requisition custodial supplies and tests new products; requisition new equipment and parts as needed;
  • Assure that rules and regulations of the College, policies, and procedures of the department and all safety regulations are known and observed by the staff.


  • Associates degree with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience, or equivalent combination;
  • A minimum of 2 years demonstrated supervisory experience and ability to work effectively and lead staff teams;
  • Experience with the preparation and management of yearly budgets;
  • Knowledge of cleaning equipment, materials, and methods used in custodial maintenance of buildings and facilities;
  • Ability to plan and conduct training or instruction;
  • Ability to work effectively within a team environment interacting with faculty, fellow staff members, students and vendors from diverse backgrounds;
  • Strong verbal and communication skills;
  • Ability to lift and carry heavy objects up to 50 pounds with assistance, and work on ladders and raised projects
  • The ability to lift, stretch, bend, reach overhead, and physically move around on the grounds is necessary.
  • A valid driver’s license

This is a full-time, regular year-round position.

For optimal consideration, please submit your cover letter and resume by February 17, 2020, and will continue until the position is filled.

Employment at Williams is contingent on the verification of background information submitted by the applicant, including the completion of a criminal record check, and education when applicable.

To apply for this position, please visit If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via phone at (413) 597-4247 or email at

Beyond meeting fully its legal obligations for non-discrimination, Williams College is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community where members from all backgrounds can live, learn and thrive.

Director of Facilities Management
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

The College is seeking a Facilities Director who will be responsible for the planning, direction and supervision of all activities related to the maintenance, improvement and planning of the college's physical facilities.  The Director will develop an annual plan for facility operations including preventive maintenance schedules, regular facility inspections and seasonal services (i.e. grounds).  They will prepare annual budgets for the staffing, operation and maintenance of college facilities with appropriate justifications.  Monitor monthly expenditures in operating budgets and make adjustments and transfers as necessary. Responsible for the management of a critical support department with approximately 60 employees on a 24 x 7 residential college campus.


  • Bachelor's Degree required in engineering, architecture, construction management, or related field.  Master's degree preferred.  Licensed Architect or Engineer a plus.
  • Working knowledge of and experience in deferred maintenance capital construction projects preferably within higher education.  7-10 years of experience required.
  • Knowledge of trades and materials related to management and maintenance of institutional facilities, i.e. plumbing, electrical, HVAC, carpentry, fire prevention systems, access/security systems, building and grounds including residential and athletic facilities.
  • Knowledge of Commonwealth of Massachusetts regulations pertaining to construction and maintenance of buildings.  Working knowledge of Massachusetts Building Code and referenced standards preferred.
  • General understanding of worker safety (e.g. OSHA), EPA and local/state requirements as it pertains to building management and maintenance processes.  OSHA-10 training and certificate and experience with chemical hygiene preferred.
  • Knowledge of building systems and experience working with contractors in the construction field.
  • Knowledge of and experience with the Massachusetts Division of Capital Maintenance & Management (DCAMM) or similar state government capital funding entity highly desired.
  • Prior capital planning and operations management experience required.
  • Experience managing a complex, substantial budget required.
  • Prefer experience working with and supervising staff within a collective bargaining environment.
  • Experience working with a diverse and wide variety of constituencies and prefer experience of working with a diverse student population. Ability to develop and maintain harmonious working relationships.
  • Ability to express self in oral and written communication required.
  • Demonstrated ability to initiate and complete intellectual and creative tasks independently.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks, independent worker, attention to detail, organized.
  • A well organized and self-directed individual who is also a team player and who exhibits a high level of integrity.
  • Knowledge of higher education principles, practices and procedures.

This is a full-time, benefited position in the APA bargaining unit.  Salary range for this position is $100,000 - $125,000 annually.

Review of applications will begin immediately.



Director, Buildings & Grounds Services
Uconn Health

University of Connecticut: UConn Health Campus


UConn Health Facilities Development and Operations (FD&O) is seeking a Director of Building & Grounds Services. The Director is accountable for oversight and management of the daily operations for Environmental Services (custodial/regulated waste, etc.), Grounds, and Linen Supply, for the John Dempsey Hospital, UConn Medical Group, and the Schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine.

Reporting directly to the Vice President of FD&O, the Director typically performs the fowling tasks:

·       Plans the department workflow; establishes cost effective staffing levels; directs various staffing actions including recruiting, hiring, training, performance appraisals, promotions, and transfers;

·       Provides administrative direction to staff through the establishment, implementation and evaluation of goals and objectives;

·       Coordinates and oversees task assignments and allocation of human resources and equipment to ensure conformance with specified goals and objectives;

·       Promotes excellent customer service with department leaders that utilize Facilities services;

·       Coordinates with the department leadership to effectively manage and share department resources to accomplish the daily management of the physical environment;

·       Organizes inspections of the facilities to monitor and promote continuous improvements related to the Building and Grounds services;

·       Maintains contact with labor unions representatives; resolves issues relating to union contract;

·       Develops and administers policies/procedures to assure compliance with Joint Commission standards, and pertinent laws and regulations;

·       Uses “best practice” principles to manage work flow including data analytics based upon work order control system reports and EPIC (electronic medical records) reports;

·       Represents the Department on assigned committees such as:  Infection Control, Hospital Safety, and Emergency Management planning

·       Develops, implements and maintains program requirements for UConn Health Sustainability  including recycling and other “green” initiatives;

·       Develops and maintains program and service contracts for facility needs such as Regulated Medical Waste, Linen supply, and 24-hour snow and ice control operations;

·       Determines fiscal requirements; prepares budgetary recommendations; manages the units’ budgets in a cost efficient and fiscally responsible manner; control’s overtime costs by the appropriate allocation of resources;



Considerable knowledge and ability to apply management principles and techniques; considerable knowledge of the management of health care, education, and research facilities and their operations; knowledge of epidemiology; technology and performance of environmental services, minor maintenance, grounds, and linen services. Considerable knowledge of affirmative action and EEO polices; comprehensive knowledge of statutory and/or regulatory provisions relevant to healthcare and research; considerable communications skills; interpersonal skills; analytical abilities; ability to mentor and motivate personnel; ability to deal with people from diverse backgrounds and socioeconomic levels; leadership ability.


General Experience: 

Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline and six (6) years experience in a facilities services organization with five (5) years at a managerial level.

Preferred Experience:

Experience in the identified service disciplines including extensive managerial, fiscal, and operational knowledge in a healthcare environment.

Apply at  search number 2020-547

UConn Health is an affirmative action employer in addition to an EEO and M/F/V/PwD employer.

Facilities Director
Chandler-Gilbert Community College

Job Type: Full time

Hiring Salary Range: $83,724 - $108,842/annually DOE

Job Summary
This position provides college-wide direction and management of facilities planning and assigned maintenance operations and auxiliary services for all three Chandler-Gilbert Community College (CGCC) campuses (Pecos, Williams and Sun Lakes).

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in engineering, architecture, construction management or related field and six (6) years of full-time equivalent progressively responsible facilities planning, maintenance and operations experience which includes two years of management and supervisory experience in public facilities management.  
Associate’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution and eight (8) years of full-time equivalent progressively responsible facilities planning, maintenance and operations experience which includes two years of management and supervisory experience in public facilities management.  
High School Diploma or GED and ten (10) years of full-time equivalent progressively responsible facilities planning, maintenance and operations experience which includes two years of management and supervisory experience in public facilities management.

Desired Qualifications

  1. Experience as a facility director/manager overseeing a multi-building and multi-site operation (including at least 3 of the following areas of responsibility: building maintenance, grounds maintenance, custodial operations, building systems/HVAC, workplace or lab safety, construction, facililies/site planning)
  2. Experience implementing and managing an organization`s safety program
  3. Experience developing capital development programs
  4. Experience managing new construction or major remodeling projects
  5. Experience with central chiller plant operations and maintenance
  6. Experience implementing and managing a preventive maintenance program related to building systems/site infrastructure
  7. Experience managing outsourced vendor services (as an example, custodial services)

How to Apply
To review the entire job announcement and apply for this position, please go to
Please create an account and apply to Job ID 313966.

Please apply on or before February 17, 2020 to ensure consideration within the first review, additional review, if necessary, will be held in 2 weeks.

EEO Information
Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) will not discriminate, nor tolerate discrimination in employment or education, against any applicant, employee, or student because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status (including document abuse), age, disability, veteran status or genetic information.

Mechanical Equipment Specialist
New Jersey City University

Mechanical Equipment Specialist

New Jersey City University

Salary range: $46,936.93 - $66,191.62

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under direction of a supervisory official in a state department, institution, agency, or state college, takes a leading part in the mechanical maintenance, adjustment, and repair of heating, air conditioning, and refrigerating systems, and auxiliary equipment, and may operate these systems as required; does other related duties as required.

EXPERIENCE: Three (3) years of broad experience in work involving the installation, inspection, repair, and maintenance and operation of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems, machinery, diesel generators, and auxiliary equipment including welding, piping, and insulation.

LICENSE: Appointees will be required to possess a driver's license valid in New Jersey only if the operation of a vehicle, rather than employee mobility, is necessary to perform the essential duties of the position.

Provisional appointment pending an examination given by the Civil Service Commission.

REQUIRED:  Cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references.


Apply online:

We offer a competitive Compensation and Benefits Package.

New Jersey City University is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants.



Building Automation Supervisor
Tennessee Tech

Tennessee Tech is in search of candidates for the position of Building Automation Supervisor.  This key position will support the efficient management of utilities, stewardship of equipment and resources (man-hours) by identifying and exploiting efficiencies in operating systems and energy use. Performs detailed installation, troubleshooting, commissioning and retro-commissioning of HVAC controls equipment, energy meters, and Laboratory Air Control Systems.  Additional information regarding the position and Tennessee Tech can be found here:

Manager, Utilities Operations and Maintenance
The University of New Mexico

UNM Facilities Management (FM) is seeking a dynamic and results-oriented professional to join our team as a Mgr. Utilities Ops & Maint. The ideal candidate will be under limited supervision but will manage and coordinate all aspects of the operations and maintenance of the university district energy systems, which consist of multiple sites and facilities. He/she will oversee the operations and maintenance of the campus electric power generation and district heating and cooling system. Manages the production, distribution, treatment, and maintenance of all primary utilities, such as electricity, steam, chilled water, compressed air, domestic water, and natural gas. Supports activities associated with the planning, budgets, development, coordination, and implementation of the division's strategies and plans.

Only applications submitted through the official UNMJobs site will be accepted. If you are viewing this job advertisement on a 3rd party site, please visit UNMJobs to submit an application. Please ensure you follow the specific application instructions from the posting.

Strategic Initiatives & Projects Officer
University of Maryland

Facilities Management (FM) at the University of Maryland seeks a Strategic Initiatives and Projects Officer.  This senior position reports to the Associate Vice President for Facilities Management and will provide support on key projects and initiatives.  Experience and skills required include project management/oversight, performing research and deep-dive analysis, developing strategic plans, determining design criteria and facilities standards, leading cross-functional collaboration, and facilitating innovation efforts.  Examples of initiatives are: Next Generation Cogeneration Plant Agreement, President’s Sustainability goals, FM relocation studies, and FM cost containment efforts.  For a complete listing of qualifications and to apply, visit: For best consideration apply by February 7, 2020. UM offers a competitive benefits package. The University of Maryland is an EOE/AA Employer Minorities, Women, Protected Veterans and individuals with disabilities are Encouraged to Apply. 

Construction Manager/Facilities Operations Coordinator
Oregon State University

Oregon State University Capital Planning and Development in collaboration with OSU College of Science inivtes applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) Construction Manager/Facilities Operations Coordinator. 

The purpose of this position is to provide (1) leadership for the evaluation, planning, and undertaking of improvements to facilities that house the College of Science faculty, staff, students and administration; (2) related administrative and fiscal advice and assistance to the College of Science Dean and Department Heads; and (3) construction management services for university projects, which will emphasize those affecting College of Science (COS) operations. The CM/FOC will coordinate efforts through Facilities Services staff and outside vendors to repair and improve buildings necessary for the efficient operations of the College of Science instructional, research and outreach/extension mission. The CM/FOC will identify minor and major capital projects on behalf of the college, estimate costs, propose schedules and work with COS and CPD leadership to determine possible funding sources to support those improvements. The CM/FOC will act as a construction manager on behalf of Capital Planning and Development (CPD) for university minor and major capital projects including CIR projects.

For full position description including qualifications, please go to Recruitment closes on February 7, 2020 at 11:59pm PST.

Interior Designer
University of Iowa

The University of Iowa is seeking a creative, collaborative, and detail-oriented Interior Designer to oversee the design, renovation, replacement, and repair of building interiors and furnishings for University Housing & Dining (UH&D). Specific duties to include:

  • Assisting clients in the design of space accommodations.
  • Gather information and recommend products or services while monitoring expenses against established accounts.
  • Review and verify the quality and accuracy of design proposals, including designs, contract documents, cost estimates, and specifications.
  • Supervise repairs and modifications to buildings, equipment, and specialized environments. 
  • Drafting CAD documents for UH&D.
  • In conjunction with the Director, plan and implement objectives and long-range projects for building interiors and furnishings.
  • Assist with in-house education of staff regarding finishes and furniture materials.
Required Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design or Architecture from an accredited college or University or a two or three year degree certificate in Interior Design, or an equivalent combination of education and related experience.
  • NCIDQ certification.
  • Work experience (typically a minimum of 1-3 years) in interior design, including architectural drafting, detailing and/or design.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with computer software applications including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) and CADD drafting.
  • Working knowledge of and the ability to execute project plans including costing, scheduling, and resource requirements.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate, engage in teamwork and develop self to prepare for new or changing assignments, processes, people, or priorities as organizational needs dictate at a working proficiency level.
  • Demonstrated working proficiency in the ability to work with a variety of individuals and groups while appreciating the unique contribution of individuals from diverse backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to effectively transmit, receive, and accurately interpret ideas, information, and needs through appropriate communication methods and behaviors at a working proficiency level.
  • Demonstrated working proficiency in the ability to provide excellent customer service and to meet or exceed customer service needs.
  • Valid driver’s license and the ability to meet the University of Iowa Fleet Safety Driving Record Review Standards.
Desirable Qualifications:
  • More than 3 years of experience in interior design, including architectural drafting, detailing and/or design.
  • Working knowledge of basic safety and building codes and an understanding of ergonomic issues including basic knowledge of ADA compliance in the workplace.
  • Experience working with interior design in a college or university residential setting.

All applicants must apply online via the jobs.uiowa website in order to be considered.  Direct link to apply:

Senior Director of Planning, Design, and Construction
California College of the Arts

The Senior Director of Planning, Design, and Construction (D-PDC) serves a critical role for the College and is responsible for managing facilities planning, design, and construction to ensure that the unique college facilities of an arts college support the educational mission and the college community. The Sr. Director PDC will be responsible for long and short term planning activities for all college facilities; for the oversight and management of all capital projects - from inception through construction completion, including new building, renovation, and infrastructure projects; will work collaboratively with academic and administrative departments with development and implementation of long range capital plan to assure that the complex needs of a wide range of departments are met; will oversee space planning and space utilization for all campus spaces in collaboration with other College department; and will work directly with all College departments and a range of non-College associated constituent groups to assure that all valued input is obtained for informed decision making.


Please apply here:


Application Deadline: The closing date to apply for this position is February 7th, 2020.