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Facilities Business Manager and Real Estate Senior Manager
The position of Facilities Business and Real Estate Senior Manager is a continuing 12-month Administrative and Professional Staff (A&PS) position. The position develops and manages business operations, facility planning and real estate activities under the purview of the Chief Facilities Officer. The Business and Real Estate Senior Manager reports to the Chief Facilities Officer.
Manage all real estate activities and functions.
Establish, implement and maintain policies and procedures.
• Developing and managing an operational strategy for optimal use of existing and future real estate assets held by Oberlin College and all real estate holding subsidiaries.
• Developing and maintaining all building property card records, planning documents and real estate holding documentation.
• Assisting the Chief Facilities Officer in development of policy documents associated with real estate and facilities operation.
• Assist Chief Facilities Officer in all campus facility planning activities.
• Assisting in management of resource reduction competitions.
• Assisting in writing grant proposals and other funding opportunities related to infrastructure and real estate.
• Assisting with management of work induction and asset management enterprise system.
• Assist with environmental and sustainability initiatives.
• Develop, implement and maintain all facility related contracting actions including planning, design, facility services, sustainability, environmental, safety, construction, maintenance and real estate.
• Assist in managing software and data associated with the “Facilities Dashboard” to ensure that it provides facilities personnel, faculty and students with real-time and historic feedback on facility operations, design, construction, energy, water, and other environmental conditions.
• Oversee the development and execution of the Facilities Team budget.
• Supporting and participating in academic work and courses related to real estate, planning, sustainability and facilities.
• Other duties as assigned
• Degrees in planning, real estate, statistics, architecture, engineering, business, economics, mathematics and other quantitative sciences are preferred
• Advanced degree or training in planning, business, public administration or real estate management preferred.
Manager of Facility Services Night Operations
Salisbury University, a member of the University System of Maryland, is a regionally accredited four-year comprehensive institution offering 58 distinct graduate and undergraduate programs. Located on the historic Eastern Shore, SU's beautiful campus is some 30 miles from the Atlantic beaches and 2.5 hours from Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Salisbury University is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Manager of Facility Services Night Operations
Primary Job Duties: Manage, provide guidance, and carry out the departmental strategic and daily plans and activities for the night operations of the Facility Services Department. The manager works with the Assistant Director of Facility Services to provide the professional leadership to subordinate night shift Housekeeping Chiefs, Building Supervisors, and Housekeepers in developing and training, planning, human resources, policy enforcement, and establishing and maintaining the highest achievable custodial cleaning program and culture commensurate with the resources made available. Conduct inspections of buildings and night housekeeping operations. Establish and maintain records, reports, recommendations, evaluations, etc. that reflect the conditions under which responsibilities are carried out and/or the efficiency and economy of operations.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Management, Human Resources, Facilities or other appropriate discipline and 3-5 years of related experience supervising a housekeeping operation. Valid driver’s license with 5 points or less.
Must be detail oriented and have excellent interpersonal, customer service, organization and planning, prioritization, problem solving, follow through, time management, and oral and written communication skills. Also, must be flexible and possess the ability to successfully handle multiple tasks/projects simultaneously and work well under pressure, work independently and in a team-oriented environment. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite is required.
Preferred Qualifications: Experience in supervising at an educational facility, hospital, or medium to large housekeeping operation is preferred.
This is a full-time exempt State position with a full benefits package. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. This position is considered essential personnel, and may be required to report to work during periods of University closure as a result of inclement weather, utility disruption, etc.
To be considered an applicant, you must apply online and submit a complete work history, cover letter and resume. All documents that you wish to provide must be attached to your application in the Online Employment Application System. Please do not send any documents via E-mail. Three professional references will be requested and required before the final stages of the search. Candidates will be notified prior to references being contacted.
Applications received by September 14, 2020 will be given first consideration. The position will remain open until filled.
Applications will be accepted via Salisbury University's Online Employment Application System. Please visit our website http://www.salisbury.edu/hr/careers/ to apply online. See the FAQs of the Online Employment Application System for more information and instructions.
SU is an EEO employer and is strongly committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff and student body.
Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County
Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County Tennessee has an immediate opening for a full-time, Governmental Assistant Comptroller to assist the Comptroller with the administration and operation of the Accounting functions for Payroll, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets, Annual Audit, Construction Work in Process and Job Costing. Comply with all policies outlined in employee handbook.
§ Preparing and consolidating financial statements
§ Establishing and maintaining internal controls
§ Managing all aspects of the general ledger
§ Providing monthly, quarterly and year-end analyses
§ Coordinating or assisting with the budget process
§ Researching accounting issues for compliance with generally accepted accounting principles
§ Analyzing and reporting cost variances
§ Serving as a liaison to external auditors
§ Supervising accounts receivable, accounts payable and general accounting departments
§ Overseeing payroll
§ Assist in development of procedures, standards, methods, internal controls, budgets, schedules, and any other duties as assigned by the Comptroller.
§ Assist as needed in ensuring Accounts Payable are processed.
§ Assist as needed in ensuring Accounts Receivable are maintained and processed.
§ Assist in ensuring payroll is setup, maintained, and processed per policy.
§ Assist in ensuring Capital Assets records are maintained & reconciled with General Ledger.
§ Assist in ensuring Construction Work in Progress subsidiary agrees with General Ledger.
§ Assist in ensuring long-range planning, goals and objectives are developed and implemented per Board direction.
§ Maintain relationships with staff in local, state and federal agencies.
§ Assist in ensuring CUD assets are maintained per policies.
§ Assist as needed in ensuring debt management is maintained per policy.
§ Assist in ensuring Board of Commissioners is presented with appropriate recommendations for rate structure, capital improvements, personnel, long range planning and goals.
§ Assist as needed in ensuring budget is developed, implemented & maintained per policies.
§ Assist as needed in ensuring cash management and investments are maintained in accordance with policy.
§ Ensure reports and records are maintained per GAAP.
§ Operate within the approved budget per policy
§ Maintain a secure and confidential work environment.
§ Other duties as assigned.
A. KNOWLEDGE/EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
- Three or more years of experience.
B. SKILLS REQUIRED:
- Math and organizational skills
- Detail oriented
- Familiarity with accounting software
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong organizational and time management skills
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word & Ten-key
C. ABILITIES REQUIRED:
- Able to keep confidential information
- Must have initiative and be resourceful in problem solving
- Work requires continual attention to detail, establishing priorities and meeting deadlines.
- Must demonstrate ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands.
For More Information and to Apply:
Capital Improvement Program Senior Manager
The CIP SM ensures that the design and construction of new buildings and modernization meet established design standards, fits within the architectural design and tradition of the campus, and that the planning of new facilities fits within requirements of Oberlin’s development plan. The CIP SM will coordinate projects and related permitting and approvals with the city and the local community. The successful candidate will have extensive project management experience with complex facilities. They will also be capable of operating in a high-paced environment with focus on delivering customized solutions on compressed schedules and tight budgets.
Essential Job Functions:
• Lead all architectural and engineering design services;
• Oversee and coordinate implementation of sustainable concepts in project design and construction;
• Direct project cost estimating and scheduling;
• Manage capital program master planning, budget development and financial control;
• Assist all campus space planning and management;
• Manage contract administration (with Purchasing Services);
• Lead all construction project management;
• Direct construction inspection, quality control and safety;
• Manage and coordinate IT support for various facilities systems including space management and project management.
• Oversee campus planning functions related to city planning, long range development plan, site planning, program development, concept studies and coordination with Advancement on donor funded projects.
• Promote teamwork among members of the staff and with other areas of the Facilities Group (most notably Facilities Operations and the Office of environment and Sustainability).
• Focus on project total cost of ownership in project design and construction and will foster and positive working relationship with the shop personnel through adequate collaboration and feedback.
• Serve as a principal advisor to Oberlin Senior Leadership on matters of campus planning, design, development, space planning, construction management and related capital program performance.
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience
• Degrees in planning, engineering, architecture, construction management and other sciences are preferred
• Advanced degree or training in planning, business, or public administration preferred.
Please see full job ad for desired qualifications.
You may apply using the following quick link: http://jobs.oberlin.edu/postings/9279
Facilities Project Manager - Architect
The Jackson Laboratory
You could make a difference in advancing our mission at The Jackson Laboratory as a Facilities Project Manager - Architect based at our Bar Harbor, Maine site as part of the Facilities Engineering team!
This full-time professional role will be responsible for managing capital projects from programming through close-out, with primary focus on renovations and new construction across our four campuses with budgets ranging from $20k - $20M. The successful candidate will develop project needs with clients and stakeholders and oversee designers, engineers, contractors, and other resources to assure successful delivery and closeout of each project.
In addition to the preparation of plans, specifications, and estimates for proposed projects, general duties include performing client programming and scope development; selection and management of professional design teams; project bidding and procurement; management of project documentation, schedule, and project cost accounting; review of building systems and construction details designed by others; and on-site inspections to assure construction is in compliance with plans and specifications.
The Jackson Laboratory has a reputation as being one of the leaders in mammalian genetics and human genomics. Combine that reputation and history of success with access to cutting edge technologies, vast internal knowledge, and access to collaborators all over the world, and you'll bear witness to a collaborative spirit here that permeates everything we do.
- Bachelors degree in Architecture, Architectural Engineering, or other related Engineering discipline
- Extensive experience in the development and delivery of capital projects in institutional setting, including building renovations, new construction, and infrastructure improvements, from programming through construction and project close-out. Knowledge and experience in the renovation of buildings, including building systems, design processes, and multiple methods of project delivery.
- Knowledge, experience, and a successful track record in managing capital projects and project delivery under budget and on schedule.
- Ability to self-organize, prioritize, and schedule work assignments through organizing resources and establishing priorities.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
- Need for occasional travel
- Demonstrated skill in the use of computers and related software (Windows based environment, AutoCAD, MS Office group, MS Project or Primavera, e-Builder, etc.)
For More Information and to Apply:
Please submit a cover letter of interest and resume!
University Space Planner
University of North Carolina Wilmington
The University Space Planner at the University of North Carolina Wilmington conducts short and long-range space planning and analysis for the university which includes monitoring the utilization of, and needs for, all space on campus. The position provides coordination of space programming needs related to the strategic implementation of the University’s Master Plan. This position works collaboratively with campus units regarding the maintenance space related databases and reporting to the UNC System Office for the DAVE database.
This position is critical for supporting the university’s commitment to and capacity for integrated planning, including space planning and management, which figures prominently in the university’s accreditation. Accreditation associations focus attention on the use of integration and alignment of strategic plans that are clearly supported by adequate space. This requires assessment and evaluation of current spaces for the most productive use of space to develop efficient plans and secure facilities and equipment to support dynamic learning and discovery experiences. The University Space Planner serves as the lead consultant to the institution related to the generation and evaluation of space allocation proposals. The position works independently with institutional data to complete technical analysis of proposed space costs and campus impact to determine feasibility of space proposals. The role manages space allocation processes and facilitates the identification and prioritization of space needs to support project planning, design and implementation.
The position will analyze functional space needs for the major categories of teaching, laboratory, open laboratory, research laboratory, and office space for the campus and will manage the allocation of this scarce resource for the university. The position will have significant administrative responsibilities and duties in a dedicated role providing expert advice and counsel to senior leadership to support the management and allocation of campus space with integration of strategic planning and budgeting. This position provides strategic insight and decisions related to large and complex space programming needs and allocations of capital projects and campus renovations which are rooted in institutional data and projections for institutional space needs based on forecasted student enrollment and trends and personnel growth.
The University Space Planner communicates with senior administrative officers and management, operations work groups, and campus committees, in the role of consultant in support and achievement of pre-planning and space allocation goals and assigned projects. This includes detailed analysis of space utilization and allocation of current buildings/spaces with recommendations for the possible allocation and utilization of new and projected buildings/spaces. The position oversees the Space Allocation policy and serves as the Chair to the University Space Allocation Committee, with specific recommendations made to the Executive Committee on Space. The position provides updates to campus through the Space Planning webpage(s) as needed.
Master’s Degree and two to four years of experience related to the area of assignment; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions. Apply here: https://jobs.uncw.edu/postings/18404