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Assistant Vice President/Chief Facilities Officer
University of the Pacific


Assistant Vice President/Chief Facilities Officer


The Opportunity

Serves as a member of the Business and Finance leadership team. The Assistant Vice President / Chief Facilities Officer has leadership responsibility over all University facility planning, construction, operations and maintenance within a multi-campus environment. This responsibility will also include enhancing the attractiveness and effectiveness of all University facilities. The Assistant Vice President / Chief Facilities Officer reports to the Vice President for Business and Finance with areas of responsibility that include Facilities Maintenance, Capital Planning, Construction, Space Management, Sustainability, and Real Estate / Lease Management.


Minimum Qualifications:


• Bachelor’s degree.

• Minimum of four (4) years of leadership experience as a facilities Assistant Vice President, Director or Assistant Director or similar position. Combination of experience to include: organization-wide facility planning, major construction management, facilities operations and maintenance.

• Ten (10+) plus years of experience overall in facilities operations.

• Knowledge of state-of-the-art facilities technology used to manage and support facilities operational activities.


Preferred Qualifications:

• An advanced degree in a related field.

• Seven (7) years of leadership experience as a facilities Assistant Vice President, Director or Assistant Director or similar position. Combination of experience to include: organization-wide facility planning, major construction management, facilities operations and maintenance.

• Experience in and a commitment to sustainability.

• Higher Education experience.


Skills/Knowledge and Expertise:

• Thorough knowledge of organization-wide facilities planning, design and construction; facilities maintenance management and utilities operation and management.

• Ability to develop and refine capital planning and budgeting processes.

• Ability to manage large organizations through intermediate supervisors.

• Excellent written and oral communications skills. Ability to present information to the highest levels of management and the Board of Regents and potential donors.

• Ability to develop large unit budgets, adept at forecasting and expense control.

• Ability to deal effectively with diverse employment work force.

• Ability to integrate sustainability into facilities design and operations.


Hiring Range:

Commensurate with experience, exempt


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Associate Director, Facilities Development
Western Washington University

The Associate Director of Facilities Development & Capital Budget has a joint leadership responsibility for the full spectrum of programs administered by FDCB and serves as the primary adviser to the Director. The Associate Director is responsible for professional planning, design and public works contract administration for all of Western’s physical development construction and renovation projects. This position also serves as the institution’s primary representative for public works construction contracts, professional consultant services, design support services for projects constructed by Facilities Management, institutional facilities records management, and estimating capital requests.


Associate Vice President, Facilities Services
Colorado College


Support the Senior Vice President (SVP) for Finance and Administration.  Provide leadership and oversight for the functional areas of the Facilities Department: master planning, capital construction and annual renewal and replacement programs, energy efficiency programs, sustainability programs, operations and maintenance, grounds, custodial, transportation, campus support services, plant heating and cooling operations, utility and technical services, and environmental health and safety.



  • Support the SVP by providing leadership services, guidance, and involvement on a variety of projects, campus programs, and physical plant initiatives. 
  • Assist in the development and implementation of goals and objectives.  
  • Lead, supervise, and coordinate construction, design, maintenance, repair, renewal,improvements, and planning for all Colorado College Education and General (E&G)facilities, grounds, and utilities.
  • Support other college leadership facility building and maintenance activities to ensure project delivery.
  • Assist the SVP in communications with the Trustees.
  • Lead the department by creating a team environment whereby all staff support the mission and values of the department and the College.
  • Lead the effort with regard to environmental sustainability while preserving the historic traditions and reducing the carbon footprint of the College. 
  • Develop and manage the department's annual operating, renewal, preventative maintenance, and replacement programs.    
  • Realizing the campus Master Plan, initiate, organize, and recommend plans for capital improvements, landscape, and major repair programs. 
  • Ensure adherence to documented guidelines for design, construction processes, operations and maintenance, and sustainable practices. 
  • Manage contracts with architects, engineers, and other consultants.  Supervise construction work and other contracted projects to assure that facilities are constructed on schedule and within budget.
  • Lead the effort to develop and deliver design and construction requests for proposals and contracts.
  • Act as liaison to federal, state, and city entities.
  • Actively support the goal of achieving greater diversity, inclusion, and equity at Colorado College.
  • Promote a culture of safety and environmental protection.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field; a minimum of ten years supervisory experience working in a facilities’ operations, construction, and maintenance setting.  
  • Demonstrated team building, time management, and innovative problem-solving skills; experience leading high risk projects; excellent communication skills. 
  • Experience in detailed project milestone planning and budget management skills are required.  Experience in the management, development, and specifying project delivery of contracts.   
  • Must possess the ability to foster collaboration. 
  • Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and an insurable driving record.


Preferred Qualifications

An advanced degree in engineering, architecture, or construction project management; certification as a Facilities Manager (CFM), LEED AP certification, and/or a Project Management Professional (PMP). Experience with the culture of a small, residential, liberal arts college is preferred. APPA membership desirable. 


Submit Applications to

Mr. Rob Dible, Search Consultant


O: (724) 935-7500 x117

C: (859) 539-5083


Colorado College is conducting a national search with the assistance of Helbling & Associates. Please visit here for the full position description.

Colorado College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.


Associate Director for Housing Facility Operations (8777)
California State University, Northridge

Associate Director for Housing Facility Operations (8777)


California State University, Northridge


Associate Director for Housing Facility Operations


California State University, Northridge (CSUN) is an urban, comprehensive university that delivers award-winning undergraduate and graduate programs to over 38,000 students and with a community of 330,000 alumni. One of the largest and most diverse universities in the country, nearly two-thirds of CSUN's students are first-generation students. CSUN ranks 13th in awarding bachelor's degrees to under-represented minority students and seventh in bachelor's degrees to Latino students, serves the 13th largest Jewish student population, and enrolls the largest number of students who are deaf and hard-of-hearing of any U.S. state university.


Originally founded in 1958 as San Fernando Valley State College, then renamed in 1972 to California State University, Northridge, the campus has seen its share of growth and development. Beginning with a 165-acre site purchased for $6,000 an acre, the campus has grown to 353 acres with 91 facilities on-site. A unique highlight of the campus landscape is the CSUN Orange Grove and Pond. The Orange Grove is actively used for research (studying bee populations and pond turtles) and is the site for stellar and solar observatories. It is also home to the CSUN Pond which features rock waterfalls, a meandering stream bed, a bridge, and shallow pools.


The Position


Under the supervision of the director of student housing and residential life, the associate director for housing facility operations oversees all activities of the Student Housing Facility Operations unit, including maintenance, custodial, and grounds functions. This position directly supervises two full-time employees and indirectly oversees 45 full-time employees and a varying number of seasonal staff. The associate director manages a $4.6 million annual operating budget and oversees the student housing long-range major maintenance program with a budget of $7 - 10 million per year. The unit maintains 44 acres of grounds and approximately 1.1 million square feet of facilities space in 34 buildings which house 3,200 single students and 120 students and staff with families.


The associate director serves as a critical member of the Student Housing and Residential Life management team; collaborates with the director to develop and implement a long-range plan that anticipates and responds to facilities needs; collaborates with the Residential Computing Resources team to develop technology solutions for facilities operations functions; and serves as the departmental lead on a wide variety of major maintenance projects. The associate director serves as a member of the Student Housing emergency team and works closely and collaboratively with various campus departments, notably Physical Plant Management, Facilities Planning, and Purchasing.




A bachelor's degree is required. The successful candidate must possess strong supervisory skills; a general understanding of building maintenance trades and custodial and grounds operations; experience developing and managing operating and major maintenance budgets; and the ability to effectively establish and maintain cooperative working relationships within a diverse environment.


Additional knowledge, capabilities and experiences needed for success in the position include:


• experience working in a union environment;


• experience planning, scheduling and coordinating work in a fast paced facilities management environment; and


• knowledge of construction administration methods, practices and procedures.


Familiarity with college housing programs is preferred.


Application and Nomination


Review of applications will begin February 21, 2020, and continue until the position is filled. Applications, including a position-specific cover letter and resume, may be submitted online at Nominations for this position may be emailed to Michel Frendian, Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.


Visit the CSUN Office of Student Housing and Residential Life website at Visit the CSUN website at


As an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, CSUN strives to create a community in which a diverse population can work, teach, and learn in an atmosphere of civility and respect for the rights of each individual. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, medical information, marital status, or veteran status.


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Building Services Manager
Vanderbilt University

Reporting to the Director of Operations for the Facilities Department, the Building Services Manager (BSM) directs an institutional housekeeping program for Vanderbilt University’s academic, administrative, and residential buildings/facilities serviced by the 1st shift teams. The BSM provides supervision, management, and technical support to their custodial supervisors and front-line staff. It is the BSM’s responsibility to ensure compliance with University cleaning standards and regulatory codes, to employ sustainable cleaning practices, and to follow safe workplace practices.

This position will be responsible for start-up cleaning operations for our newest residential college (approximately 250k square feet) slated to open this year. The total service area managed is approximately 2.96M square feet across 107 buildings.

Duties and Responsibilities
Manage and oversee administrative and operational activities of the Building Services' 1st shift, including administering the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) within area of responsibility.

  • Plan and prioritize work. Prepare schedules for the department and special projects.
  • Manage administrative activities of the department to include recruiting, disciplinary actions, monitoring of time and attendance transactions through an automated timekeeping system; administer the union contract within area of responsibility.
  • Manage logistic actions in support of the department to include supplies acquisition and distribution, equipment replacement, equipment maintenance, and equipment and supplies inventories and accountability.
  • Manage the building inspection and quality assurance programs.
  • Manage work requirements and maintain work order status through AssetWorks’ AiM Operations and Management System.
  • Delegate assignments to supervisors and monitor progress.
  • Coordinate and initiate procurement of vendor services.
  • Initiate, coordinate, and manage emergency response to all Facilities’ water restoration and mitigation incidents during 1st shift operations.
  • Assess the need for maintenance, repair, or improvements to maintain compliance with University standards.
  • Work closely with University schools and departments to monitor custodial service requirements and performance. Respond quickly to correct custodial quality and service delivery concerns.
  • Ensure every employee follows departmental policies and procedures.

Provide leadership and counsel to management team and staff

  • Develop and implement training programs for supervisors and custodial staff.
  • Ensure compliance with health and safety standards.
  • Responsible for the coaching and professional development of 7 direct report supervisors, 2 Building Maintenance Technicians, 1 Supplies Delivery Technician, and a team of 122 custodians.

Financial Management

  • Manage expenditures against budget. Prepare documentation for supervisory review/approval, tabulate budgetary data, calculate figures, and check for accuracy.
  • Oversee and manage procurement actions of subordinate supervisors.
  • Manage and monitor operational overtime of the department.
  • Assist senior management team with establishing and maintaining the internal process for tracking purchase requests, vendor requests, and various programs.
  • Stay current with VU operating systems: Concur, ePac, SkyVU, Oracle, et al.

Profile of an Ideal Candidate

  • An associate's degree, or experience in lieu of, is required.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
  • At least 8 years’ experience working in custodial/housekeeping services for a large organization with multiple buildings is required.
  • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills; relevant technical and functional expertise; leadership and personal effectiveness is required.
  • A bachelor's degree is preferred.
  • At least 6 years of progressive supervisor/management experience in custodial/housekeeping field is preferred.
  • Previous experience in creating large-scale start-up cleaning schedules, staffing, and implementation of equipment is strongly preferred.
  • Previous experience with administering collective bargaining agreements is preferred.
  • Knowledge of AiM work order system is preferred.

Commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Vanderbilt University is committed to achieving the goal of a diverse and inclusive academic community of faculty, staff, and students. We seek individuals who are committed to this goal and our campus values.

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Facilities Engineer 1, Facilities Management - Georgetown University Law Center
Georgetown University

Facilities Engineer 1, Facilities Management - Georgetown University Law Center


Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world.




The Facilities Engineer 1 plays an important role in maintaining a safe, comfortable camp us environment by operating, controlling and performing preventive/predictive maintenance on the HVACR, Electrical, Mechanical, and Life Safety building systems 24/7 . The Facilities Engineer should be proficient in the operation of automated building management systems, controls, pumps, heat exchangers, water treatment, cooling towers, boilers,fire alarm, sprinkler, emergency generator, elevator, and various other mechanical/ electrical/ plumbing systems and equipment associated with the operation of large buildings. Assist with over all regulatory and code compliance of all building systems as required by Law and local jurisdictions.


The duties of the Facilities Engineer include but are not limited to:


• Operate and monitor building MEP & HVAC systems.

• Maintain comfortable IAQ.

• Supports the academic atmosphere conducive of learning.

• Test and maintains water chemistry for HVAC systems.

• Escort and assist contractors making necessary repairs and adjustments.

• Repair and adjust HVAC equipment.

• Performs predictive and preventive maintenance.

• Inspect and document energy consumption.

• Inspect and troubleshoot failed building systems.

• Log and record equipment required by code, insurance or as directed by management.

• Winterize MEP systems.

• Change air handler filters as needed and directed by management.

• Analyzes and communicates effective plan for maintenance and operation of building systems.

• Documents monthly readings (UST and AST) including consumption.

• Completes TMA service requests.

• Inspects and troubleshoots failed systems.

• Responds to emergency situations such as flood, smoke, fire, inclement weather, etc.




• Must have a DC 3rd Class Steam Engineers and EPA Universal CFC License.

• Valid driver's license from Maryland, District of Columbia, or Virginia and must conform to University Driving Policy.

• High School Diploma

• 4 to 5 Years work experience.

• Building Automation Control operation experience.

• Ability to read blue prints.

• Must be able to lift 50 lbs


Current Georgetown Employees:


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Submission Guidelines:


Please note that in order to be considered an applicant for any position at Georgetown University you must submit a cover letter and resume for each position of interest for which you believe you are qualified. These documents are not kept on file for future positions.


Need Assistance:


If you are a qualified individual with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please click for more information, or contact the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA) at 202-687-4798 or


Need some assistance with the application process? Please call 202-687-2500. For more information about the suite of benefits, professional development and community involvement opportunities that make up Georgetown's commitment to its employees, please visit the Georgetown Works


EEO Statement:


Georgetown University is an fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation), disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic




Georgetown University offers a wide variety of comprehensive and competitive benefits. Benefits packages include comprehensive health, dental and vision plans, disability and life insurance coverage, retirement savings programs, tuition assistance, voluntary insurance options (including group legal, accident, and critical illness), and much more. Whatever your need, the Office of Faculty and Staff Benefits will be standing by to support you. You can learn more about the benefits offered to eligible faculty and staff at or view the for more information.


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HVAC Mechanic I, Medford
Tufts University

Tufts University

Tufts University is an AA/EO employer and actively seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds. Please see the Tufts University non-discrimination statement.

Job Description

HVAC Mechanic I 20001084

Different shifts available.

Tufts University's Facilities department provides professional, high quality and cost effective services to the faculty, staff and students of the University. The commitment includes planning, building, maintaining and operating the department to maximize long-term value. Each Facilities employee is expected to meet the needs of our customers and to strive to exceed their expectations.

Duties for the HVAC Mechanic:

  • Respond to, trouble shoot and repair HVAC calls across the Medford Campus.
  • Install/replace/repair all types of HVAC related equipment including environmental boxes.
  • Operate and monitor JCI Controls.
  • Participate on small in-house construction team to complete minor renovation projects such as hanging/piping fan coils, duct work and controls.
  • Complete PM work orders as assigned.
  • Daily time entry in the Maximo system. Perform similar or related duties as required.



Basic Requirements:

  • Position requires 10+ years of experience and extensive knowledge in the maintenance, installations and cleaning of various types of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment and systems.
  • Candidate must have current, valid Massachusetts Driver's License.
  • Must possess a current, valid Massachusetts Journeyman's Refrigeration License and Sheet Metal License.
  • Certification in EPA/DEP and Universal CFC reclamation is required.
  • Reading, writing and comprehension of the English language is required as well as the ability to compute addition, subtraction, multiplication and division functions using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
  • High School diploma or equivalent is required.
  • Must be able to read blueprints and HVAC diagrams, repair and program JCI controls and demonstrate ability to use or be willing to learn Maximo Maintenance System.
  • Basic computer knowledge and operation skills.
  • Must work with minimal supervision.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Trade or vocational school is strongly preferred.
  • Must be mature, adaptable, and have the ability to work pleasantly and tactfully with his/her fellow employees, faculty, students and staff.
  • To complete jobs using the right knowledge and materials, and to do so in a safe and timely manner.
  • Develop new and creative ways of keeping the exterior of the buildings (campus) well maintained.
  • Maintain the mindset that we are a service organization and strive to improve on service both as an individual and as part of a department. Proving to the customer that you are working in their best interests.
  • Minimum of 5 years of Digital Controls experience.

Special Work Schedule Requirements:
Multiple shifts. This position is required to be on call.

An employee in this position must complete all appropriate background checks at the time of hire, promotion, or transfer.

Primary Location: United States-Massachusetts-Medford/Somerville
Job: Facilities
Organization: Facilities Medford - Trades A
Employee Status: Regular
Schedule: Full-time
Job Posting: Jan 24, 2020, 1:43:06 PM
Position requires 10+ years of experience and extensive knowledge in the maintenance, installations and cleaning of various types of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment and systems. Candidate must have current, valid Massachusetts Drivers License. Must possess a current, valid Massachusetts Journeymans Refrigeration License and Sheet Metal License. Certification in EPA/DEP and Universal CFC reclamation is required. Reading, writing and comprehension of the English language is required as well as the ability to compute addition, subtraction, multiplication and division functions using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. High School diploma or equivalent is required. Must be able to read blueprints and HVAC diagrams, repair and program JCI controls and demonstrate ability to use or be willing to learn Maximo Maintenance System. Basic computer knowledge and operation skills. Must work with minimal supervision.

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Maintenance Engineer
Auburn University

Maintenance Engineer 

Reporting to the Director of Maintenance, the Maintenance Engineer serves as the University’s lead engineer and technical expert for facility and building maintenance issues in support of the Facilities Management organization responsible for maintaining over 250 campus facilities totaling over 7 million square feet of building space. This position directly manages Technical Experts in assigned disciplines, as well as the preventative maintenance function of the Maintenance Department. Responsible for leading, directing, and managing a team of plumbing, mechanical, and electrical Technical Advisors to provide in-depth technical support in solving difficult facility problems encountered by the four (4) Facilities Maintenance Zones and eight (8) Facilities Maintenance Shops.


Essential Functions

Serves as the chief technical expert of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems for the Maintenance Department. Diagnoses and troubleshoots the most comprehensive complex issues on campus. Establishes preventative methods and training programs for new construction projects to uphold building maintenance standards. Develops plans, programs, and processes to maintain the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems in the University buildings across campus. Keeps up-to-date with technology to ensure issues  are resolved efficiently and effectively. Continuously assesses the quality, efficiency, and condition of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems across campus and develops maintenance/repair programs and processes to address issues. Conducts inspections on repair and renovation projects to assess and request funding, if needed. Develops and manages assigned operating budget to ensure labor, material, overtime, and contract expenditures are maintained as allowed. Assesses and enforces the safety programs as required to ensure the safety of employees in all areas. Ensures the professional growth of each direct report/team member through performance coaching, goal setting, and routine talent development dialogue ensuring scheduling and attendance at training and educational opportunities. Ensures and promotes an inclusive and diverse environment that supports the growth and success of all. Manages assigned staff and participates in recruitment of positions including reviewing resumes, participating in interviews, and conducting performance evaluations. Assists in resolving employee relations issues. Maintains records and documentation of work activities, supplies, and equipment. Develops and maintains business plans, procedures, and operating instructions for safe, accurate, and quality work performance and updates on maintenance/repair status.


Minimum Education and Experience

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Field of Study
  • Degree in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, or closely related field.
  • 7 Years of Experience
  • Experience in managing or directing Mechanical and/or Electrical Engineering activities, preferably in a large university setting. Must have at least 1 year experience directly managing full-time technical staff.


Minimum Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of mechanical, plumbing, and electrical engineering practices, blueprint reading, construction practices, and computer applications such as web based work order system and Microsoft Office software. Must have above average customer service skills and high level verbal (and written) communication skills.


Minimum License and Certifications

Professional Engineer (PE) in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. A valid Driver’s License or the ability to obtain one prior to selection is required.


Equal Opportunity Employer.


Supervisor, Electric Shop
University of Chicago - Facilities Services

Facilities Services supports the mission of the University of Chicago through efforts to maintain and enhance the University campus and environment and provide superior client service to our community including faculty, students, staff, neighbors and visitors.

Unit-specific Responsibilities

1) Provides knowledge and insures compliance with Chicago Electrical Code and applicable federal, state, and city regulations and codes as they pertain to electrical infrastructure and maintenance of electrical equipment, occupational safety, public health, and the environment.

2) Responsible for the management and effective functioning of bargaining unit journeyman electricians and fixture cleaners.  This entails prioritizing and scheduling work assignments, inspecting work for quality and completion, coordinating routine and emergency work, managing a preventive maintenance program, and reviewing and utilizing management reports and key process indicators.

3) Uses computerized maintenance management system and supporting business applications.

4) Provides guidance and technical assistance appropriate to trade and task, and conducts periodic employee performance appraisals.

5) Develops and manages shop operating budgets, alterations & repair budgets, and assist with capital budget development when applicable.

6) Coordinates shop level material management functions regarding repair parts, shop operating stock, supplies, tools and equipment.

7) Manages service agreements with supporting contractors and outsourced service providers such as electrical and lighting contractors, emergency generator maintenance and repair, and fire alarm systems.

8) Responds to unscheduled electrical outages and power irregularities. Provides initial and ongoing coordination with Commonwealth Edison during any unscheduled outage or emergency regarding electrical power.  Coordinates scheduled electrical power interruptions with Client Services and Capital Project Delivery.  Works closely with the University Electrical Engineer.

9) Acts as the resource person in Operations & Maintenance for troubleshooting of existing electrical infrastructure and equipment, and the review of construction drawings and specifications, electrical diagrams, and single-lines for new electrical installations.  Collaborates with other Operations trade shops, Engineering & Utilities, Client Services Managers, and project managers.  Works with architects, engineers, contractors, and building occupants and users. 

10) Other duties as assigned.

Unit-preferred Competencies

1) Ability to read and interpret documents such as blue prints, sketches, wiring diagrams, technical publications, and detailed procedures.

2) Knowledge of building design methodologies, construction practices, and building operating systems.

3) Knowledge and understanding of modern maintenance management techniques.

4) Knowledge and understanding of safe work practices. 

5) Strong planning, estimating, and scheduling skills, particularly multi trade phasing. 

7) Strong comprehensive management skills and techniques.

8) Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate with internal and external professional, technical, trade, and administrative support staff.

9) Demonstrated oral and written communication skills with trades persons, professionals, faculty, students, staff, and administrators.

10) Demonstrated ability to produce quality work at a fast pace and handle multiple tasks concurrently.    

11) Problem-solving and conflict resolution skills.  

12) Excellent administrative, organizational, and computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook).  

13) Must be able to respond to emergency calls at any hour of the day and must be willing to work long or irregular periods when needed.

14) Attention to detail, ability to perform within deadlines, ability to manage multiple competing priorities, problem solving, confidentiality, written and oral communication.  Sufficient mobility and agility necessary to climb stairs and ladders; capable of working at heights such as roof tops, ability to access restricted spaces, as well as the ability to work in extreme temperatures.  Must have mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity and be physically capable of strenuous activity over extended periods of time. 

Education, Experience, and Certifications

Minimum requirements include a college or university degree in related field.

Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 7+ years of work experience in a related job discipline.

Valid driver’s license. 


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Engineering Manager (F/T), MFRE30092FOM
College of Dupage

The College of DuPage is a comprehensive community college located 27 miles west of downtown Chicago, vitally connected to our local area for over 50 years. We prepare students for a lifelong passion for learning on our 273-acre campus, which is home to nine associate degrees and a wide variety of professional and technical certificates.  Our campus is comprised of 16 buildings totaling almost 2 million square feet.

The Engineering Manager, reporting to the Director, Facilities, will provide a comfortable safe environment for students, staff, and the community as economically as possible through overall management of the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Department. The Engineering Manager will also direct physical plant operations personnel by initiating, coordinating, and enforcing program, operational and personnel policies and procedures.

The full salary range for this position is $76,939 - $125,528.

A successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in mechanical engineering, engineering management or related field of study, a minimum of 5 years of experience in operating and maintaining all types of power plant and building mechanical equipment, including designing and building mechanical systems.  Must have three years of supervisory experience, including unionized and non-unionized team members. Professional Engineer (PE) in good standing with a current license is strongly preferred.

Interested candidates should apply through our site (including a cover letter and resume):

College of DuPage does not discriminate against individuals in employment opportunities, programs and/or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, veterans' status, marital status, disability, military status, unfavorable discharge from military service, or on any other basis protected by law.

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Senior Project Manager- Maintenance, Electrical, Plumbing
Stanford University

 Sr. PM, (MEP) Job Duties:

  • Achieves division’s operational objectives by providing MEP technical recommendations to plans and reviews; preparing and executing action plans; implementing production, productivity, quality, and industry appropriate standards; resolving problems; completing audits; identifying trends; determining process improvements; implementing changes.
  • Drives financial objectives by forecasting program requirements; preparing an annual budget; scheduling outlays; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions and policy changes.
  • Accomplishes optimal staffing levels by defining resource needs, recruiting, selecting, orienting, training, assigning, coaching, counseling, and executing progressive discipline action in supervision with employees; communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising, and reviewing job contributions; planning and reviewing compensation actions; enforcing policies and procedures.
  • Grows the team and department by providing strong supervision, mentorship, training and support the development career development plans as the department’s SME in MEP design and construction.
  • Enhances the program team and organization reputation by exploring opportunities to add value to the overall department mission.
  • Updates and maintains job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; membership in professional organizations and training to junior staff.

Sr. PM Qualification Requirements:

  • A bachelor's degree in a related field (Construction Management, Mechanical/ Electrical/ Civil Engineering, etc.)
  • Minimum of eight years of progressively responsible experience in Construction Management with an emphasis in Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing systems design and construction.
  • Extensive experience supervising and mentoring diverse, multifunctional teams
  • Experience organizing, directing, and managing a portfolio of construction projects often involving multiple, complex, and interrelated project tasks.
  • Experience successfully managing firm fixed price and cost plus contracts
  • Experience effectively communicating at senior levels within a formal organization.
  • Experience meeting with customer and contractor personnel to formulate and review task plans and deliverable items, and effectively execute in accordance with approved plans.

Qualifications Requires Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, and eight to fifteen years of related onsite construction experience including management experience.


Please apply at our link:


CEFP Certification and EFP preferred.

University Facilities Engineer
The University of New Mexico

UNM Facilities Management (FM) Engineering & Energy Services is accepting applications for a University Facilities Engineer. The qualified candidate will be under limited supervision, providing a full range of advanced professional engineering services within a broadly defined engineering discipline such as mechanical, electrical, structural/civil utilities, and/or environmental engineering, in support of campus-wide physical plant construction/repair and facilities planning programs. He/she will perform and/or oversee integrated engineering planning, design, and development, and will provide strategic professional leadership, guidance, technical coordination, and review to engineering consultants and support staff on a project basis, as appropriate to the discipline.

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, University Facilities Engineer req12174  to submit an application. Please ensure you follow the specific application instruction from the posting.


Associate Vice President, Facilities Planning, Design & Construction
Kennesaw State University

Kennesaw State University

Position Description

POSITION TITLE: Associate Vice President, Facilities Planning,             

JOB CODE: 145E02 Design & Construction


Works under broad, administrative direction with responsibility for providing strategic leadership and direction in planning, implementing, improving and evaluating the areas of architectural design, construction management, environmental health and safety, campus master planning, space planning and real estate.


Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education in architecture, engineering,

construction or related field


Ten (10) years in progressive roles in facilities planning, design and construction with at least five

(5) years in management role

Current, valid, and unrestricted Georgia driver’s license

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: (Preferred qualifications)
Professional Architectural or Engineering license.


1.      Provides leadership and direction for the division and works with campus stakeholders to carry out facilities planning, design and construction across the campus

2.      Provides strategic guidance to the Vice President for Administration and other campus leaders on facilities planning and projects

3.      Establishes budget guidelines and prepares annual operating budget; implement and allocate resources following budget approval

4.      Organizes and manages the division through proper planning and policy formulation to achieve maximum productivity and efficiency; advise the Vice President of all institutional policies and procedures related to the management of the physical resources of the University.

5.      Provides the University with a well-designed, safe, reliable and functioning physical learning environment

6.      Designs and implements large and small-scale construction and renovation projects in support of the institution’s strategic direction

7.      Acts as agent for the University in coordinating work with Architects, Engineers, Consultants, Contractors, KSU Foundations, Athletic Association, University Community, GA Board of Regents and GSFIC

8.      Ensures cross-functional coordination among facilities units and effective communication and customer service with all stakeholders

9.    Provides leadership in the development and support of a campus-wide energy management program

10.  Ensures customer satisfaction with the delivery of services from the various departments within the Division

11.  Gathers information and prepares the Division’s Annual Report for the Vice President for Administration

12.  Provides leadership in the development of the institution’s lists of capital projects and major repair and renovation (MRR) priorities.

13.  Develops, coordinates and maintains the campus master plan with the VP for Administration, University Community, KSU Foundations, Athletic Association and GA Board of Regents

14.  Provides leadership and support to the Executive Space Planning Group & Space Planning Working Group

15.  Provides leadership and supervision to key management employees including but not limited to interviewing, training, planning, assigning and directing work, rewarding and disciplining employees, performing performance evaluations, and addressing complaints and resolving problems

16.  Develops, implements, maintains and supports professional development of staff

17.  Ensures division follows all federal, state, local laws, safety and other risk management policies in performance of work

18.  Maintains and improves communications to campus, customers, departmental employees and related departments to improve efficient delivery of services and encourage use of existing work request system, planning services, events request system and decrease the need and disruption of exceptional handling of concerns and problems


·         Strong leadership and management skills

·         Ability to think strategically and solve complex problems

·         Knowledge of regulations and policies governing facility planning and construction

·         Knowledge of Board of Regents procedures, standards, and principles for pre-planning

·         Understanding of GA BOR project guidelines and procedures related to capital projects

·         Understanding of GA BOR/USG and KSU procurement procedures

·         In-depth knowledge of facilities planning practices

·         Knowledge of a broad range of sustainability issues, especially as they impact universities and colleges

·         Able to handle multiple tasks or projects at one time meeting assigned deadlines

·         Excellent interpersonal, initiative, teamwork, problem solving, independent judgment, organization, communication (verbal and written), time management, project management and presentation skills

·         Proficient with computer applications and programs associated with the position (i.e. Microsoft Office suite)

·         Strong attention to detail and follow up skills

·         Strong customer service skills and phone and e-mail etiquette

The above information is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.

Other duties may be assigned at the discretion of the leader, director or manager.



Kansas Board of Regents



The Kansas Board of Regents invites applicants to fill the position of Director of Facilities. The Director of Facilities will serve as the Board’s expert on all physical facilities matters at the state universities (University of Kansas, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas State University, Wichita State University, Emporia State University, Pittsburg State University, and Fort Hays State University).  In that capacity the Director will serve as the key advisor to the Senior Director for Finance and Administration, the President and CEO, and the Board of Regents.

Candidates must possess a Bachelor of Architecture professional degree from an accredited program.  The Director of Facilities must be licensed to practice architecture in the State of Kansas or the ability to obtain reciprocity within one year of employment.  A minimum of five years of relevant experience is also required.  The successful applicant should also possess a strong background in architecture, campus planning and construction, exceptionally well-developed oral and written communications skills, along with effective interpersonal abilities.  Finally, the successful applicant should have the capacity to work effectively with a wide range of constituents, including campus architects, planners, and leaders; industry groups representing architects, general contractors, and engineers; and legislators, governmental agencies, community groups, and the general public.

A complete job description can be located at the following Web address:

Salary range is $95,000 to $110,000 and will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.  The Kansas Board of Regents offers a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement savings plan, and paid leave; in addition, tuition waiver programs are available to eligible employees, spouses, and dependents at several state universities.

Interested candidates should apply for this position on the State of Kansas Employment Center and Careers portal website located at  A letter of application, current resume, and contact information for three professional references must be uploaded when completing the application process.  

Screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  The successful candidate will have consented to and passed a criminal background check.  The Kansas Board of Regents is an equal opportunity employer.