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Accounting Manager I
University of Arizona

Facilities Management Business Services is seeking a full-time Accounting Manager to manage a team of staff who perform various financial duties in payroll and cost accounting within FM Business Services. The position will oversee and execute a broad scope of professional accounting activities requiring an experienced professional with knowledge and application of accounting principles and practices. The successful candidate will possess a management style that includes excellent team-building skills, good communication skills, and the ability to demonstrate honesty and integrity. The selected candidate must be flexible and adaptable as the environment is evolving and fast-paced.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Direct and monitor a variety of accounting activities to ensure the institution's financial resources are managed in accordance with accounting principles and comply with all relevant regulations, laws, and standards.
  • Plan, coordinate and review the work of assigned personnel during all phases of processing Facilities Management (650+ employees) payroll and preparation of related reports.
  • Supervises activities of subordinates and assumes management responsibility for their deliverables.
  • Review, analyze and reconcile payroll reports from the University payroll system and Facilities Management in-house cost accounting system (FIMA). Make necessary adjustments as needed through journal entries and labor transfers.
  • Analyze variances between budget and actuals and identify the differences.
  • Process all payroll forms including budget change forms.
  • Track vacant positions and assist management in identifying personal services budget available.
  • Prepare wage rollover worksheets for System Control and update wage budget rollover for the Budget Office.
  • Oversee the Motor Pool rates process including calculation of rates and analysis of all expenses.
  • Provide support and assistance in the financial management and accounting of the University's utilities. Produce monthly utility variance reports and other ad hoc reports as needed.
  • Assist in the compilation of the annual budget.
  • Research and evaluate pertinent professional, technical and related legal literature to establish and/or recommend changes to accounting procedures and operations.
  • Participate as assigned in shared governance meetings as a representative of Facilities Management.
    All other duties as required

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Accounting or a related area with accounting course work AND 3 year of professional accounting experience; OR, 7 years of progressively responsible and diverse accounting experience and/or course working which a broad exposure to all areas of accounting and accounting principles, practices and procedures were acquired; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education

All applicants must apply here:


Director of Facilities
St. Francis Catholic High School

The Director of Facilities manages the daily safe operations of the buildings and infrastructure of St. Francis Catholic High School. This role is responsible for the oversight of maintenance activities, groundskeeping, custodial services, event set-up, safety, security, and risk assessment across campus. 

All areas of responsibility must be operated consistent with the Catholic mission of the school.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Hires, trains, schedules, provides work direction, coaches/counsels/disciplines/evaluates performance of facilities staff consistent with the needs and mission of the school.
  • Creates and manages facilities budget to ensure expenditures are allocated to correct accounts and don't exceed established limits.
  • Collaborates with Director of Technology on the maintenance and oversight of telecommunications, intercom, projection, and security systems.
  • Prepares for and participates in fire department, risk management (liability and safety), environmental, health department inspections and re-inspections.
  • Works with city officials to monitor parking requirements, including ADA and EV compliance.
  • Consistently coordinates with city to ensure compliance with methane gas and landfill monitoring and reporting requirements.
  • Keeps accurate records for regulations, inventories and facilities condition.
  • Ensures timely filing of documentation and reports to regulating agencies as required by law.
  • Works in collaboration with Executive Team and Facilities, Technology, Finance (FTF) committee to determine future projects, costs/labor estimates, and timelines for completion.
  • Works with Administration to understand academic needs and learning environment to ensure appropriate classroom facility layout and purchases.
  • Participates in strategic planning to advise/determine facility planning needs and other related topics.
  • Oversees and ensures the safety practices, completion of daily tasks, and maintenance related to electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning.
  • Responds to emergency repair needs and/or system breakdowns; assesses problems, determines appropriate course of action.
  • Oversees maintenance/repair needs of all real property owned by school.
  • Oversees athletic field care/maintenance.
  • Initiates and coordinates the work of outside contractors, utility companies, and other vendors involved in short- and long-term campus projects. Manages outside vendors, evaluating performance, campus need, costs.
  • Tracks progress of all campus building and facility projects, creates status reports, presents information to Exec Team, FTF, and appropriate parties.
  • Collaborates with Operations Manager to maintain and ensure security of the keying system and alarm codes.
  • With Operations Manager, responds to after-hours alarm responses and other emergencies.
  • Other duties may be required as needed.


  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent Facility Management Certification required.


  • 10+ years of Facility Management, 3+ years supervising a team, experience in an educational institution preferred.


  • Knowledge and experience with building and safety codes (OSHA, ADA Uniform Building Code, National Electric Code, Uniform Plumbing and Fire Code).
  • Knowledge of various controls systems (HVAC, Boiler Safety).
  • Ability to read and interpret building plans (architectural and construction plans).
  • Knowledge of athletic field care and maintenance.
  • Foster and work within a team environment.
  • Excellent communication skills in order to assign work and coordinate projects.
  • Strong planning, organization, and follow-through skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Knowledgeable in computer applications related to the responsibilities specified. 

To apply:


Director of Physical Plant
University of Mount Union


The University of Mount Union invites applicants for the Director of Physical plant position to begin May 1, 2020. The Director of Physical Plant is the chief facilities officer and supports all institutional goals, objectives, and the strategic and campus master plans of the University of Mount Union.  The Director is actively involved in institutional long-range master planning, property acquisitions, new building construction and renovation projects, campus sustainability and all campus utility and energy management upgrades to enhance the learning environment at the University. The Director is responsible for Compliance of all City and State Building Codes, ADA accessibility, and OSHA safety standards. 


The Director of Physical Plant is a key member of the University's leadership team and is responsible for the following:

  • Providing effective leadership to all Physical Plant supervisors and staff in Maintenance, Housekeeping, Grounds, Fleet, Mail Center, and Office Administration. 
  • Establishing an exceptional customer service program supporting all University constituents when responding to service calls, event setups, and performing both corrective and emergency work orders.
  • Developing, maintaining and monitoring a comprehensive safety program in all areas of the Physical Plant.
  • Planning, estimating, developing and managing all departmental expenses, capital budgets, and new construction projects.
  • Implementing a detailed budget and cost control system to support University initiatives and hold department managers accountable for operating within budgeted resources.
  • Overseeing computer systems that support reporting for preventative maintenance, work order completion and scheduled replacement of equipment.
  • Establishing industry best practices in all aspects of the care, maintenance, and management of all University-owned grounds, buildings, and athletic facilities.
  • Hiring, training, setting of goals and objectives, and professional development of all Physical Plant staff and supervisors.    
  • Initiating and maintaining a comprehensive energy management plan for the University.  Performing regular energy audits of all campus facilities.  Monitoring monthly usage of all major utilities and track historic consumption and costs for each building.  Implementing programs to minimize energy consumption and maximize the efficiency of all building systems.
  • Participating in the selection of architectural and engineering consultants.  Acting as owners' representative on all campus construction projects and attend job meetings, as well as the acting as the University's representative to campus constituents, the community and select regulatory and city, county, state and federal agencies.
  • Overseeing vendor selection, contract negotiation, contract management and close-out for services in support of operations and projects.
  • Providing leadership and management in the procurement process for all materials, equipment, supplies, and furniture for the Physical Plant.    
  • Initiating and maintaining a preventive maintenance program for all University buildings. Scheduling and overseeing the on-going preventive maintenance work done by maintenance staff and contracted service companies.

Interested applicants should apply by March 15, 2020 for consideration.

Please visit our employment page to view entire post and to apply:


Executive Director of Facilities
Flagler College

The Executive Director of Facilities provides strategic leadership, coordination, and administrative oversight to the entire range of functions and services involved in the effective development and management of the College’s physical resources. Specifically, this position is responsible for construction and capital renewal programs, building and grounds maintenance including custodial services, environmental health & safety, and space management and utilization.  Flagler College is comprised of 35 buildings and one parking garage, including several historic properties, equating to 780,000 gsf.  The Campus spans nearly 90 acres including 53 maintainable acres.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provides oversight and strategic leadership for the diverse workforce within the following departments: custodial services, building maintenance, grounds, and environmental health & safety
  • Fosters a positive and productive working environment with an emphasis on collaboration and communication; provides flexible, responsive, and high quality customer service and customer satisfaction within the division and with College students, faculty, staff, alumni and stakeholders we serve
  • Establishes goals and objectives for maintenance and operations. Provides guidance to the department
  • Monitors and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures, and work quality. Assesses and monitors workload
  • Personally directs and coordinates the Capital Renewal program and all construction related activities.  Manages design and construction proposals, bidding process, and awards.   Monitors all capital project activities, including planning, design, construction administration, quality inspections and close-out
  • Assists in the development of short and long-range facility renovation and renewal priorities, including a 10 year Master Plan, a deferred maintenance plan including a 5 year  critical repair plan; including data collection and tracking of deferred maintenance, and preventative maintenance, strategic plans, and the facility master plan
  • Provides leadership and guidance to achieve greater energy efficiencies in all facilities operations; lead initiatives to obtain energy efficiencies, and promote responsible and productive sustainability/green-focused efforts
  • Designs, establishes, and maintains an organizational structure and staffing level to effectively and efficiently accomplish the division’s goals and objectives; and develops and enforces expectations for performance and standards for level of service; oversees recruitment, training, supervision, and evaluation of all department staff
  • Ensures that all employees adhere to College policies and procedures, and meet all legal and safety standards in the performance of assigned duties
  • Directs and participates in the development and administration of the departmental operating budget; monitors and approves operating expenditures along with capital expenditures
  • Responds to and coordinates response to facilities emergency situations and problems during regular shifts, nights, weekends and holidays; coordinates and responds to inclement weather as appropriate
  • Responds to and resolves difficult and sensitive inquiries from staff and the public
  • Actively engages with other areas of the College to ensure a spirit of College-wide collaboration, collegiality, civility and teamwork
  • Serves as liaison with outside agencies and other governmental agencies on matters pertaining to maintenance operations
  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of new trends and best practices in the fields of capital construction, maintenance and plant operations
  • Other duties as assigned

Applications for this position will be accepted until filled.


  • Bachelors’ Degree required, preferably in engineering, architecture, construction management, or related field.   A Master's Degree is desirable. 
  • Verifiable experience in,
    • facilities management within a residential higher education institution
    • supervising trades, custodial and ground staff, 
    • capital planning
    • working with contractors in the construction field.
    • operations management,
    • developing and managing varying operational budgets
    • managing the maintenance of residence halls
    • trades and materials related to management and maintenance of facilities, i.e. plumbing, electrical, HVAC, carpentry, fire prevention systems, access/security systems, etc.


  • Experience working within a diverse campus community with a wide variety of constituencies and diverse student population. 
  • Ability to build and maintain harmonious working relationships.
  • A well organized, detailed and self-directed individual who exhibits a high level of integrity; one who can navigate varying rules, regulations and process as it relates to higher education and maintenance; who can prioritize multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.
  • An intelligent and articulate individual who can relate to people at all levels of an organization; a team player who possesses excellent communication skills both orally and in writing

Flagler College is committed to diversity, inclusion and pursuit of a higher education with adherence to high ethical standards. It is the policy of Flagler College not to discriminate in admission, treatment, or access to, or employment in, its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other protected characteristic.



Assistant Director HVAC Systems
University of Dayton

To be considered, please apply online via the direct link prior to the closing date of March 6, 2020:

Provides leadership, guidance, and day to day management of the HVAC staff, including recruitment, retention, training and engagement of employees to develop a skilled HVAC bargaining unit workforce. Also manages departmental budgets and subordinate’s workload to efficiently and economically meet FM work responsibilities. Develops, coordinates and maintains an effective planned preventive maintenance system for campus building HVAC systems. The individual in this position is also responsible for managing the campus building automation system to ensure control strategies and HVAC systems are implemented in a way that reduces energy consumption and provides for the best life cycle operation of the systems.

Minimum Qualifications:

1. At least six years of experience supervising a group of five or more employees responsible for the care and maintenance of commercial facilities HVAC systems.

2. Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, control, and direct all aspects of the overall HVAC maintenance and repair functions for all campus facilities.
3. At least seven years of experience in maintenance, repair, and upgrade of equipment associated with building HVAC system. These systems include chillers, pumps, cooling towers, etc.
4. Analytical ability to diagnose HVAC problems and to understand and work from blueprints, schematics, sketches or pencil drawings.
5. Thorough knowledge of heating, ventilation and refrigeration theory.
6. Demonstrated knowledge of national, state and local codes.
7. Ability to work with a wide range of customers – students, staff and faculty.
8. Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
9. Extensive use of Microsoft Office software with special emphasis on Excel and Word.

Preferred Qualifications:

1. Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering.

2. Experience working with the Johnson Controls Metasys building automation system Successful completion of technical school or completion of HVAC apprenticeship.
3. Universal gas certification.

Informed by its Catholic and Marianist mission, the University is committed to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Informed by this commitment, we seek to increase diversity, achieve equitable outcomes, and model inclusion across our campus community. As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, we will not discriminate against minorities, women, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, or on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity.


Assistant Director of Physical Plant, Building Operations and Utilities
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

The Facilities Management department at SIUE is seeking qualified candidates for the Assistant Director of Physical Plant, Building Operations and Utilities.  The Assistant Director will oversee the operations, inspection and preventive maintenance of building and utility systems on the Edwardsville campus.  These duties will include but are not limited to:
- Provide daily supervision and support to unit personnel, coordinating required department support with Assistant Director for Building Maintenance.
- Develop, manage and bid maintenance contracts for various building/utility systems and manage outside contractors.   
- Handle the procurement of potable water, electricity, and natural gas for the University.
- Manage the University’s energy efficiency program, commission studies and improvements as needed based on program reports.
- Oversee and maintain an annual utility budget of approximately $4 million.
- Ensure regulatory compliance of all federal and state regulations for utilities and building systems.
- Provide oversight and management of operations and maintenance of campus Waste Water Treatment Plant and Chilled Water Plant.
- Initiate capital improvements of systems/plants as needed.

Additionally, the Assistant Director will provide support with assigned staff and resources to both the Assistant Director for Alton and East St. Louis Operations for Alton operations as well as the Morris University Center/Student Success Center operations.  Further duties and responsibilities may be assigned based on the needs and goals of the department. 

To apply, visit:

Applicants must submit a completed Civil Service Application, which must include complete employment history, through HireTouch. If the application is incomplete you will not be considered for the position as our office will be unable to evaluate your application to determine if you possess the required minimum qualifications.

For all Civil Service positions, Illinois residency is required within 180 calendar days of the start date for the designated position.

Minimum Acceptable Qualifications:
1.  Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, accounting, business administration, or other related fields.
2.  Five (5) years (60 months) of work experience directly related to facilities administration and/or management such as of a physical plant; three (3) years (36 months) of which were in a supervisory or administrative capacity.

Preferred Qualifications:
-Professional Engineer License.
-Experience in commercial HVAC, natural gas, potable water and/or wastewater utilities operations and maintenance.

Posting Salary:  $7,916.66 Monthly, excellent benefits package.  SIUE offers an exceptional array of benefits to all full-time and part-time (50% or more) employees including medical, dental and life insurance; tuition waivers; financial savings plans; vacation and sick leave; and pension plan as part of a total compensation package to eligible employees.


Director, Fleet Services
UC Davis

UC Davis

Director, Fleet Services

Salary Range: $73,800.00 - $155,900.00 

Final Filing Date: 03/06/2020


Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Management, the incumbent is responsible for providing high-level vision, long-range planning, goal setting, and leadership in Fleet Services - a multi-functional and complex organization with an operating budget of approximately $10 million and capital replacement of $3.0 million. The incumbent is responsible for leading Fleet Services' effort to achieve a 'model-employer' work environment and further the UC Davis academic mission of teaching, research and public service. Within this self-supporting complex operation, the Director takes a lead role in identifying and implementing strategies that enhance the organization's services, systems and overall effectiveness in supporting the campus. The responsibilities of this operation require that the Director demonstrate strong business, management and leadership experience in developing and implementing short and long range goals and objectives as well as incorporating current best practices of the industry. In addition, the Director oversees, manages and administers an annual budget for various and diverse revenue centers. The Director must understand the challenges associated with running a complex, self-supporting organization within the guidelines and rules inherent in a university environment. The Director of Fleet Services represents the University at meetings of local, regional and state Fleet Management Associations and local, State and Federal Clean Air Organizations. The incumbent provides leadership by modeling the UC Davis Principles of Community.  




• Experience developing strategic plans - that include meeting long/short term objectives that include a focus on "green "and sustainable alternatives.

• Seven years of experience with a focus on operations, budget, strategic planning and customer service within a self-supporting operation.

• Experience managing fleet services in a shop environment, logistics, and supply chain operations.

• Experience working for a public, state, city, or other municipality performing Fleet Management.

• Experience in supervision and development of staff

• Experience with fleet management practices; knowledge of vehicle maintenance policies and procedures, facilities layout, safety practices, State Motor Vehicle Laws, Environmental Protection Laws, California Occupational Laws, Federal OSHA regulations, California Code Title 13, Federal Regulations CFR 49, Federal Clean Air Act and California Clean Air Act.

• Skills and knowledge of the principles and practices of business management to effectively and ethically manage and oversee a complex department in- space and facility requirements, information technology, strategic planning and rate development.  



• Seven years or more management experience.

• Strong written and oral communication skills and demonstrated ability to interact with Campus, City, County, State and Federal organizations.


To view full job description and submit an on-line application visit UC Davis Career Opportunities at

Job ID # 5656


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


Engineering/Architectural Manager (Director, Building Maintenance and Operations)
North Carolina State University

North Carolina State University

Facilities Division

Engineering/Architectural Manager (Director, Building Maintenance and Operations) - # 50242


This position provided full authority for building system engineering, maintenance and operations for over 10,000,000 square feet in over 200 facilities on three technically intensive campuses. It provides leadership to 167 employees in 8 maintenance zone shops, and a Life Safety shop, building automation group, maintenance planners, and engineers serving all facilities. Manages a $12,000,000 operating budget. Responsible for all building systems for Facilities on three campuses. Provides oversight and management for engineering analysis, efficient operations, troubleshooting, maintenance projects, and capital project planning for building systems. Minimum Experience/Education: Bachelor’s Degree in the Engineering discipline related to the area of assignment and four years of related Engineering experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions. Architect Manager: Bachelor’s degree related to the area of assignment and four years of related experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Licensed to practice architecture or landscape architecture by the North Carolina Board of Architecture or the North Carolina Board of Landscape Architects. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions. Building System expertise; the ability to maintain multiple projects, diverse staff, and adapt to diverse environments, leadership training, public sector budgeting and financial management experience, engineering management experience; must be able to lift up to 30 pounds occasionally, with or without reasonable accommodations; prefer MS Degree in Engineering or Business Administration and Professional Registration, five years of experience leading units with multiple disciplines and varied technical backgrounds, experience in a large facility and/or university environment; valid DL required, valid North Carolina driver’s license is required within 60 days of hire and must be maintained.


To apply, please visit: (Position # 00050242)


NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.


Facilities Inspector
East Carolina University

Vacancy #:  903718
Anticipated Hiring Range:  $36,973-$55,043
Closing Date:  03/20/2020

Job Duties
ECU Facilities Services is seeking candidates for the position of Facilities Inspector. The Facilities Inspector will perform periodic inspections of all owned facilities at ECU, 225 buildings/structures totaling over 7 million square feet of facilities. The scope of the inspections includes structural; life safety; heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning; lighting; and roofing systems. All findings will be reported to the responsible party for corrective action utilizing an integrated work management system (IWMS). The Facilities Inspector will assist with State Sanitation and Fire Marshall inspections on an annual basis.

Minimum Qualifications
Associate’s degree in the assigned discipline; or equivalent combination of training and experience. Some positions may require certification. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education

  • Basic knowledge of North Carolina Building Codes and fire/life safety codes.
  • Efficient computer skills, including typing.
  • A self-starter, highly organized, and be able to work independently.

License or Certification required by the Department
A valid NC driver’s license and satisfactory driving record.

Special Instructions to Applicant

  • Please ensure your full range of knowledge, skills, abilities, experience and education are listed on your application. Do not write ‘see resume’ on your application when completing the job duties section.
  • If you answer the questions at the end of the application, please ensure your application reflects the knowledge, skills, abilities and experiences to support your answers (see job duties section of previous employment).
  • Failure to answer the questions at the end of the application will not preclude your application from being considered but may result in your application not receiving full consideration of your knowledge, skills, and abilities.
  • Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full time basis.

Application Types Accepted
Applications must be received in the Department of Human Resources by the closing date of 03/20/2020 to be considered. Please submit an online ECU application for vacancy # 903718 to ECU Human Resources at

East Carolina University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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AC Supervisor
University of Pennsylvania

AC Supervisor

Provides direct oversight for operational and maintenance decisions involving staff and contractor deployment, assigning and scheduling work, resource leveling, and overall team building among assigned workforce. This labor force will be comprised primarily of, but not limited to A/C and HVAC technicians.  Operate within assigned budget goals.  Authorizes purchases as needed to support assigned group within established guidelines. Provides customer follow-up to ensure quality and timeliness of work. Supports all designated initiatives while ensuring adherence to collective bargaining agreement.  Also, support all initiatives involving Worker Safety and sustainability.  Ensure compliance with all University and departmental policies and procedures.  Manage and participate in grievance/discipline process. Work with Managers, venders and the Design and Construction group to meet established service priorities/requests. Develop working knowledge of time and attendance and divisional work order systems; ensure accuracy of payroll inputs.  Monitors and participates in training and talent management programs.



  • Technical/Vocational or Associates Degree or completed apprenticeship in a related field required and 7 to 10 years of HVAC and supervisory experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • BA/BS preferred.  A minimum of five years of HVAC building and/or plant engineering experience, preferably in a unionized work environment, and in an academic or similarly complex environment.  
  • Must have expertise in commercial/industrial building HVAC and refrigeration systems specifically demonstrated knowledge and experience of operating and maintaining large tonnage chillers (electrical/steam) on a central loop.
  • Must hold current refrigeration recovery (universal) certificate. 
  • Significant experience using a computerized maintenance management system to monitor and control all aspects of the maintenance operation.
  • Knowledge of city/state codes and ASHRE standards. 
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multi-skilled technical groups and multiple competing demands on resources.
  • Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, supervisory, team-building, written and verbal communication, and organizational skills. Strong financial and analytical skills.
  • Proven record of strong customer service skills. 
  • Knowledge of basic computer software.
  • This position will require the individual to be on call 24/7 and designated as essential personnel.

For More Information and to Apply


University of Pennsylvania

Under the direction of the O&M HVAC Trades Manager, this position is responsible to ensure that the campus HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) systems connected through the campus SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system are functioning in an efficient, accurate and reliable manner.  This position will be responsible for troubleshooting the campus building automation and control systems using operational data gathered through the Building Automation Systems (BAS), the SCADA, and CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) systems. This position will verify and analyze the accuracy of data, confirm and correct functioning sequences of HVAC and Hydronic systems. In addition, this position will provide technical support to our campus engineers, maintenance staff and Design & Construction team.



Bachelor's degree and 5-7 years of progressively responsible experience in analyzing data gathered using BAS for HVAC systems in commercial/industrial facilities or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Demonstrated experience in analyzing data from BAS systems on a campus serving higher education or medical/research initiative highly preferred.


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Project Manager
The University of Texas at Austin


Job Description:

To manage, develop, direct and evaluate assigned projects and plans. To manage and direct assigned projects with emphasis on time schedule control, coordination of project development and implementation, and communication with designated clients. Manages, develops, directs and evaluates assigned projects utilizing accepted project management methodologies, communication and consultation with clients, project team members and other stakeholders.


Job Details:

General Notes

Security sensitive; three-year driving record and criminal background checks conducted on selected candidate. Hiring decision is contingent upon applicant clearing checks.



  • Manage UT Utilities and Energy Management Department (UEM) capital projects as assigned to ensure projects are completed within approved cost and schedule and to customer’s requirements.  Projects are mainly related to design and construction of facilities for the generation and distribution of electricity, chilled water, and steam to campus buildings.  Project management assignments can also be related to other UEM areas of responsibility including water, wastewater, stormwater, condensate return systems, and elevators/escalators.
  • Provide technical oversight, consulting and inspection services to project teams  during the design and construction of new buildings and building renovations managed by other UT departments to successfully implement UEM design policies and standards, including technical specifications.  
  • Collaborate with UEM technical groups in monitoring design and construction of projects and address issues that could compromise the integrity of the campus utility infrastructure. 
  • Coordinate with other UT departments and work groups as needed for successful implementation of assigned projects such as those work groups responsible for security, campus-wide project coordination, safety, environment, procurement, historically underutilized business program, and other areas as needed.
  • Coordinate development of and revisions to project management related documentation such as project management processes, project status tracking, design standards and specifications, construction submittal tracking, construction inspection checklists.

  • Use of software for performing project management functions. 
  • Develop and present project status and budget reports.
  • Successfully complete required administrative, environmental, health, safety, and technical training within specified time periods, typically 180 days


Required Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management,  or related field of discipline.  At least five (5) years of project management experience in relevant area of assignment.  Demonstrated ability to manage multiple large and small projects and tasks in a diverse and complex environment. 


Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.


Preferred Qualifications

Professionally licensed Engineer or Architect certified to practice in the State of Texas.  Minimum of ten (10)  years managing large and small design and construction projects with emphasis on higher education or hospital campus district energy projects.  Demonstrated exceptional verbal and written communication skills. Related specialty certifications such as LEED, AP, PMP, CEFP, or equivalent. 


Driving Required

This job requires a class "C" operator's driver's license. The applicant selected must provide a current three year driving record from the current state of residence. If not currently a Texas resident, a Texas driver's license must be obtained within 30 days of becoming a Texas resident.


Salary Range

$85,000 + depending on qualifications


Working Conditions

Environmental Demands:

  • Uniforms and/or personal protection equipment (furnished)
  • May work in all weather conditions
  • May work in extreme temperatures
  • May work around chemical fumes
  • May work around standard office conditions
  • May work around biohazards
  • May work around chemicals
  • May work around electrical and mechanical hazards


Physical Tasks:

  • Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation
  • Use of manual dexterity
  • Climbing of stairs
  • Climbing of ladders
  • Lifting and moving


Additional Working Conditions:

  • May work on multiple projects concurrently, under pressure of rigid deadlines and time limitations.
  • Extended hours may be required.
  • Required to work on construction sites and within power and chilled water plants.
  • May be required to work in confined spaces, manholes tunnels, and elevated work.
  • Must be able to operate job related equipment and computer software.


Work Shift

  • Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM


Required Materials

  • Resume
  • Letter of Interest
  • 3 Work References (at least one from a supervisor)


Important for applicants who are NOT current university employees or contingent workers: You will be prompted to submit your resume in the first step of the online job application process. Then, any additional Required Materials will be uploaded in the My Experience section; you can multi-select the additional files or click the Upload button for each file. Before submitting your online job application, ensure that ALL Required Materials have been uploaded.  Once your job application has been submitted, you cannot make changes.



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Project Manager - Electrical Engineer
East Carolina University

Vacancy #:  400119
Anticipated Hiring Range:  $53,944-$78,674
Closing Date:  03/20/2020

Organizational Unit Overview
Facilities Engineering & Architectural Services (FEAS) is a department within Campus Operations. FEAS is responsible for development of the real property of the University. All the traditional services of urban planners, architects, engineers and other design disciplines are managed by the department including design and construction on new buildings and renovations of existing facilities including campus utility infrastructure.

Job Duties

  • Provides critical infrastructure and building planning support from an electrical engineering perspective
  • Hire and manage external designers and contractors that design and construct or renovate facilities and infrastructure on campus
  • Project management of scope, budget, and schedule
  • Minimize disruption of on-going University activities
  • Work may require considerable contact with user groups or the public to explain standards and regulations, provide consultation and technical assistance, and determine the feasibility of project implementation or continuation
  • Work performed includes exercising judgment and decision-making that directly affects life, health, safety and/or the environment.
  • Support the electrical engineering needs of other project managers on an as-needed basis.

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in the engineering discipline related to the area of assignment; or equivalent combination of training and experience. Some positions may require licensure by the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
Prefer registration as a Licensed Electrical Engineer in the state of North Carolina, or ability to obtain it within 12 months of employment, with four or more years experience.

Prefer experience managing projects including building renovations, new construction, infrastructure projects of all types–in-ground and in-facility–in a complex campus environment.

License or Certification required by the Department
A valid NC driver’s license and satisfactory driving record.

Special Instructions to Applicant

  • Please ensure your full range of knowledge, skills, abilities, experience and education are listed on your application. Do not write ‘see resume’ on your application when completing the job duties section.
  • If you answer the questions at the end of the application, please ensure your application reflects the knowledge, skills, abilities and experiences to support your answers (see job duties section of previous employment).
  • Failure to answer the questions at the end of the application will not preclude your application from being considered but may result in your application not receiving full consideration of your knowledge, skills, and abilities.
  • Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full time basis.

Application Types Accepted
Applications must be received in the Department of Human Resources by the closing date of 03/20/2020 to be considered. Please submit an online ECU application for vacancy # 400119 to ECU Human Resources at

East Carolina University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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Senior Manager of Electrical Engineering
University of Pittsburgh

The University of Pittsburgh is seeking a Senior Manager of Electrical Engineering. The incumbent will be acting as the senior electrical engineer for the Facilities Management Division, overseeing electrical engineering design services for all major and minor new construction and building renovation and addition projects as well as engineering support services for operations and maintenance on the University’s Pittsburgh and Regional Campuses. 

The Senior Manager supervises and manages all professional electrical engineering personnel. The Senior Manager reports to the Director of Engineering and may be required to directly manage complex projects as assigned by the Assistant Vice-Chancellor from time to time. The Senior Manager, working in collaboration with FM’s Operations, and Planning, Design, and Construction professionals, is responsible for the development and management of electrical engineering design standards for the Facilities Management Professional Design Manual. Further, through oversight of a thorough design review process, the Senior Manager shall ensure that all project designs and installations are in compliance with the established standards. 

In addition, the position will have input and oversight for energy conservation activities including project planning and operational activities related to the reduction of energy consumption at the Oakland and Regional campuses. Responsible for the operational and planning oversight of all campus electrical utility systems including 5 kV and low voltage service entrance distribution. Working in collaboration with FM Planning, Administration, and Operations personnel, the Senior Manager plans and develops annual and long-range capital plans for electrical systems to ensure responsible stewardship of campus systems and utility infrastructure. Projects shall be identified, estimated for probable cost, and prioritized in order to most appropriately allocate University resources, taking into consideration factors such as current condition, reliability, age of equipment, and energy consumption. The Senior Manager is expected to conduct all responsibilities with the highest degree of professionalism. 

The incumbent must demonstrate strong project and personnel management skills in order to effectively direct teams to achieve project goals and objectives. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills are required in order to effectively communicate with Facilities Management personnel and all levels within the University and external communities.  

Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited School of Engineering. Master’s degree in Engineering, Business, or related field preferred. 10+ years experience in engineering project management for large, institutional projects. 5+ years experience in the supervision of professionals, preferably in an institutional setting. Professional registration in Pennsylvania required (or ability to obtain within 6 months). Experience in large scale project management in an institutional setting preferred. LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP) Certification preferred, Certified Energy Manager Certification preferred.



Utilities Manager
Occidental College

Utilities Manager


Oxy is looking for a Utilities Manager with excellent leadership and communication skills to lead and support a talented team of Boiler, Electrical, HVAC, and Plumbing technicians.


  • Provides management and support of the Utilities Division- HVAC, Boiler, Electrical, and Plumbing bargaining unit personnel.
    • Performs weekly One-on-One meetings with staff members
    • Determines the expected level of performance, monitors performance, and counsels employees as required. Documents staff performance to support the College’s Mission Statement, Strategic Plan, and Department Goals.
    • Ensures that efficient work is being planned and executed by each shop section.
    • Evaluates staff skill level, establishes a training schedule and provides on-job training or outside training of staff technicians.
    • Performs administrative functions, prepares labor reports, recommends approval of leave and vacation requests, maintains records, interviews prospective employees, manages budgets.
  • Directs operations and maintenance of:
    • Central Steam Plant and building hot water boilers, including campus low-pressure steam and hot water distribution systems in tunnels and underground pathways.
    • Medium voltage electrical distribution system including systems in tunnels, underground pathways, house voltage distribution systems, and lights inside buildings and around campus.
    • Emergency power systems for egress lighting, which include inverters, generators and emergency power for critical campus ITS, emergency command center, science equipment, and hospitality food cooling.
    • Central Chiller Plant, cooling towers, chilled water distribution system in tunnels and underground pathways, and all building-specific HVAC equipment.
    • All domestic water systems, natural gas systems, sewer systems, all building plumbing and piping including specialty piping systems.
    • Fire Life Safety systems
    • Elevators
    • Pool maintenance and chemical management
    • Science specialty systems, including compressed air, vacuum, and RO/DI water systems.
    • Energy/building management systems (EMS or BMS)
  • Determines and implements proper preventative and corrective maintenance requirements for all systems; reviews completed tasks.
  • Schedules and reviews contractor performed maintenance. 
  • Plans and executes projects for the Utilities Division.
    • Commissions, reviews, and interprets complex studies related to mechanical and other systems.
    • Documents work scopes, contacts vendors, reviews proposals, prepares project documents, reviews work, makes final inspections, and processes appropriate documents relating to the project.
    • Documentation includes multi-week and daily schedules, weekly and daily schedule completion percentages, estimated and actual job times, planned and actual materials used, work action codes, work order comments, and standard administrative tasks such as attendance, vacation, and payrolls. 



Education:  High school diploma; 2-year Technical Certification in related technical fields.  Technical controls training required.


  • Understands what it means to be an Ideal Team Player who is Hungry, Humble, and Smart.
  • 4-years’ experience maintaining and operating HVAC equipment, boilers, plumbing, electrical, air conditioning, thermal energy storage, and related controls, fire life safety systems, elevators, and commercial pool maintenance.
  • Experience with Tridium EMS system
  • 3 years’ supervisory experience.
  • Preferred 2 years experience supervising in a Union environment
  • Preferred higher education management experience
  • Customer Service focus
  • CEFP certification preferred


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CEFP preferred.

Capital Projects Support Manager
University of Pennsylvania

3YR Capital Projects Support Manager

Responsible for the coordination of a systematic process for providing Operations & Maintenance (O&M) department’s support to Design & Construction (D&C) and Office of University Architect (OUA) for capital projects; ensuring building systems optimal performance, maintainability and sustainability of construction projects.  The person in this position; whether as the lead or as a support team member responsible for coordination of O&M efforts, will ensure delivery of the various O&M support services to a project from inception through completed construction; in concert with O&M staff and D&C, OUA and School/Center representatives.   


 Project Scope Phase:


LEAD responsibilities:

  • Gather all available data & analyze current conditions and history of the facility's existing systems to identify and document current shortcomings, inherent problems, improvement opportunities, and deferred maintenance deficiencies
  • Provide general estimates of perceived O&M related costs to the project for general budget planning purposes


Design Phase:

LEAD responsibilities:

  • Determine appropriate O&M required support for the project.
  • Develop budget and provide estimates of O&M related costs to the project.
  • Establish required milestones in D&C’s project management software system, E-Builder, for O&M sign-offs
  • Ensure appropriate attendance of O&M team in project meetings


Construction Phase:

LEAD responsibilities:

  • Assign appropriate level of O&M personnel and resources, as planned, to provide effective project support, systems shutdowns management, construction oversight, and quality control in the different stages of the process
  • Monitor O&M costs, manage expectations, request budget adjustments as necessary and justified
  • Ensure appropriate attendance of O&M team in project meetings
  • Provide O&M commissioning, substantial completion verification, punch list inspection
  • Sign off on final building acceptance by O&M, confirming receipt of all necessary drawings, manuals, and warranties.

SUPPORT & coordination responsibilities:

  • Develop formal preventive maintenance (PM) programs based on equipment manuals
  • Ensure appropriate setup and commissioning of SCADA for the new building systems

Selected projects assigned to this position will support the $250 - $300 million in annual capital expenditures which occur in approximately 189 instructional, research, administrative, and residential buildings containing 14 million GSF of space.


  • Position requires 5-7 years of extensive experience in construction and operations & maintenance in commercial/industrial/institutional facilities setting. A Bachelor’s degree in construction management, engineering, or related technical field preferred, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Proven knowledge of commercial building systems and their operations.
  • Background in project management and experience in the coordination of activities by multiple stakeholders to include architects, engineers, contractors and in-house personnel.  
  • Must be proficient in reading construction documents, knowledgeable of building codes and construction best practices. 
  • Must be detail oriented, computer proficient, with demonstrated project management skills. 
  • Strong communication skills and a proven record of providing excellent internal and external customer service.

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Mechanical Engineer
College of Charleston


Serves as department mechanical engineer to provide expertise, as needed, in issues involving the campus building and utility mechanical systems and equipment. Supports all departments in the Facilities Management division as needed to ensure campus building and utility mechanical systems perform effectively and efficiently. Applies engineering skills requiring the application of advanced techniques to modify or develop standard methods and procedures and to adapt them to unique mechanical engineering problems. Responsible for managing the mechanical system capital renewal program including building audits and inspections. Responsible for managing the campus building automation system. Responsible for coordinating mechanical construction and renovation of existing and new facilities. Develops specifications for equipment and contract work. Responsible for overall coordination and inspection of mechanical construction projects, as well as, preparing and maintaining project budgets.

Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a minimum of 3 years work experience in HVAC and mid-level mechanical engineering required. Experience with facility contract administration related to A & E and/or public arenas (Federal, State, County agencies) preferred. Must be knowledgeable of all mechanical codes, OSHA safety requirements/regulations and work practices relevant to mechanical fields. Must have valid SC driver’s license as the employee will be required to drive state vehicles to transport equipment &/or personnel as needed. Experience in utilizing on-line work order systems is a plus. Skill with electronic devices such as iPhone and iPad is preferred. Must be able to follow oral & written instructions. Candidates with an equivalent combination of experience and/or education are encouraged to apply.

Ability to establish & maintain effective working relationships with high ranking college officials, department heads, general work force, A & E, contractors, & other persons directly involved with projects. Must have knowledge of principles of building design, construction & materials necessary to repair & maintain College facilities. Must have knowledge of planning techniques, estimating costs & scheduling of assets to meet deadlines. Ability to prepare & present comprehensive reports or plans pertaining to an effective long range maintenance & repair program for the College. Must be proficient in MS Word & Excel. AutoCAD proficiency preferred. Must be able to follow oral & written instructions. All employees at the College are expected to perform their jobs in a safe manner in accordance with best safety practices as prescribed by their department, the Office of Environmental Health and Safety, and the Occupational Health and Safety Administration training as provided by Facilities Management at the College of Charleston.

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Space Planner
Washington State University

Washington State University

Space Planner

Facilities Services, Administration

Responsibilities include; analyze, design, develop, track, and coordinate facility proposals and master plans to improve and/or maximize the efficient use of campus work environments, space allocation, and utilization. Make recommendations concerning space needs, assignment, and usage. Analyze, design, develop, and coordinate facility space proposals and development plans to improve and/or maximize the efficient use of campus space and usage. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to planning, policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with state and university standards and policy pertaining to the use or access to building space; providing technical information and institutional policy requirements. Salary DOE. Background check required.  For full description of position requirements and to apply, visit WSU is an EO/AA Educator and Employer. Application deadline, 2/23/2020.