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For the week of April 5, 2021

General Administration & Management

Maintenance & Operations

Director, Campus Operations
Bennett College

The Director of Campus Operations is responsible for coordinating and integrating College resources, activities, and time to ensure a safe and healthy environment for the entire College community. The Director will oversee building maintenance, grounds, custodial services, manage vendor selection and contracts, the College’s Mailroom Services, and plan and monitor the departments operating budget.
• Administer oversight for all aspects of facilities management and operations for the College physical resources 
• Work directly with the AVP of Operations and Logistics to establish and implement short- and long-range facilities goals, policies and operating procedures
• Make routine inspections of campus areas to ensure the highest level of facilities maintenance standards are met
• Coordinate system repairs and monitor system performance
• Maintain adequate inventory of supplies and equipment and procure items
• Supervise facilities personnel
• Coordinate with the AVP of Operations and Logistics on renovation and repair projects
• Ensure facilities meet compliance standards, accreditation standards, and government requirements
• Develop and manage vendor contracts
• Coordinate comprehensive facilities assessment for all campus buildings 
• Monitor and document the College’s energy and utilities utilization to include cost saving energy projects
• Supervise Mail Services staff and operations
• Prepare and manage annual budgets for the department to include replacement and renewal of equipment and facility repairs and to continually monitor expenditures to ensure funds are effectively utilized
• Establish best practices and standard operating procedures related to all aspects of facilities maintenance and operation including quality control, asset management, safety, regulatory compliance and training
• Coordinate with the Director of Campus Safety to develop and implement protocols to respond to emergencies
• Participate in the College’s Strategic Planning Process 
• Provide monthly status reports detailing activities for each unit of the Department
• Competent writing and communication skills – including the ability to communicate technical information
• Management skills, particularly problem solving and decision-making
• Computer literacy and knowledge of Microsoft 360
• Time management skills
• Teamwork, leadership, and motivational skills
• Ability to effectively organize and direct personnel during crisis or emergency situations
• Ability to work with engineers, architects, contractors and other representatives of trade in management, construction, and renovation projects
• Procurement and negotiation
• Understanding of soft and hard service delivery
• Passionate about delivering consistent excellence
• Possession of valid motor vehicle operator’s license
At least 3 years’ experience in facilities management position
Proven experience in staff supervision and training
Foundation degree or a relation qualification in management, engineering, or business studies
Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related discipline
Higher education facilities management experience
Interested candidates should submit a complete applicant packet, which includes the following documents:
• online application for employment (found at
o click on “Quick Links” at the top of the home page
o click on “Employment Opportunities”
o click on “Click Here to Apply” 

The following are required documents to be attached to your application:
• cover letter
• resume
• unofficial transcripts from every college/university attended

Executive Director of Facilities Management and Operations
University of Colorado Colorado Springs

The Facilities Services Department at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) seeks a highly motivated individual for the position of Executive Director of Facilities Management and Operations. Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Planning and Facilities Management, the Executive Director of Facilities Management and Operations manages and coordinates the day-to-day operations of 69 campus buildings, 32 general fund and 37 auxiliary structures, totaling 3.4 million gross square feet across ± 440 acres.  Assesses current department operating processes and systems and implements mission critical processes and system improvements or changes in order to meet campus growth demands.  Monitors operational processes and systems performance and effectiveness to ensure outcomes are realized yearly. The Executive Director of Facilities Management and Operations creates and effectively implements the annual budget for the managed areas. The position is the Appointing Authority and recruits, supervises, evaluates, and manages a diverse Facilities Services workforce for the managed areas. The Executive Director of Facilities Management and Operations is an integral part of the campus community and the Facilities Services team.  Managing multiple priorities, the Executive Director must work cooperatively and effectively with a diverse campus community including Auxiliary Departments, campus offices and departments, deans, and faculty. The Executive Director of Facilities Services coordinates directly with the Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Planning and Facilities Management in department management, maintenance planning and project development.  

Salary Range: Generally starting at: $76,778 - $109,683

The salary of the finalist(s) selected for this role will be set based on a variety of factors, including but not limited to, internal equity, experience, education, specialty and training.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in business management, facilities management, construction management, engineering, or related field.
  • 10 years’ experience in facilities management with 5 years’ experience in a supervisory capacity.
  • 3 years of experience managing and evolving a Computerized Maintenance Management System (SchoolDude, FAMIS, WebTMA).
  • Certified Educational Facilities Professional (CEFP), Facilities Management Professional (FMP), or equivalent.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in business management, engineering, or a related field, or the ability to obtain within one year of hire.
  • 10 years’ experience managing a large department in a higher education setting.
  • 5+ years’ experience managing and evolving a CMMS system.
  • 5+ years’ experience managing state of Colorado classified employees.

Applications submitted by 11:59 pm, April 26, 2021 will receive full consideration. To see the full posting and to submit your application please visit our CU Careers Website.  -


CEFP Certification required.

Building Maintenance Technician
Hawken School

Hawken School is committed to doing school differently and better. This means developing an inclusive and accepting community where adults feel empowered to design educational experiences for students that deepen their learning, engaging their emotions as well as their intellects.  Successful candidates for any role at Hawken School must demonstrate skill and commitment in all the following key areas:


Mission, Culture, and Philosophy Alignment

Candidates must show they can thrive at Hawken and are highly motivated by the school’s mission.


Fair Play: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice

Candidates must indicate a commitment to and have experience with serving students and communities equitably.


Relationship Building and Cultivation

Candidates must show they can build relationships throughout the Hawken community.


Content Knowledge

Candidates must demonstrate that they can lead and guide colleagues and/students to depth in their work.


Humility and Growth Mindset

Candidates must be eager to learn new approaches and methods and be able to team effectively with others.


Approach to Work

Candidates must show initiative and agency with a commitment toward feedback and flexible problem solving.



Hawken School is seeking full-time, year-round maintenance employees to join our Facilities Department. The role provides:  machinery repair and maintenance, HVAC, Boilers, plumbing, electrical, painting, plastering and carpentry.  Knowledge of building codes and basic maintenance policies are essential.  Second shifts hours from 2pm - 10pm.  “Essential Personnel” requires incumbent to interact with the School during emergency situations.



  • Perform routine preventive inspections on machinery and mechanical equipment
  • Operate, troubleshoot and repair HVAC, refrigerant and boiler systems
  • Maintain and install plumbing systems and equipment
  • Install electrical services, equipment, repair or replace wiring and fixtures per NEC 70E
  • Construct walls and repair counters, benches, partitions, and other wooden structures, using power saws and typical carpenter’s tools
  • Paint walls, install and repair flooring, woodwork, and fixtures
  • Perform general grounds keeping duties, as needed, such as mowing lawns, trimming/edging walkways, lining athletic fields, pruning shrubs/trees, shoveling snow, cleaning and snaking drainage ditches, culverts, and sewer drains
  • Operate mowers, tractors and other motorized equipment
  • Perform other work as assigned by the Operations Manager or the Director of Facilities


  • Minimum of five years' experience
  • Skilled with hand tools and basic knowledge of carpentry, electrical, HVAC, boilers and plumbing
  • Strong verbal and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to lift 100 pounds and shovel snow, soil and gravel; ability to climb ladders, scaffolds, and stairs
  • CFC refrigerant recovery and low pressure boiler license preferred.
  • High school diploma or GED, formal education training certificate in Building Maintenance or HVAC field required.



To learn more about us, visit



Please send a resume, references, and a cover letter to: Dale Lucas, Director of Facilities at  or PO Box 8002, Gates Mills, OH 44040.


Hawken School is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to promoting all forms of diversity in the workplace and in our student body. We strongly urge all qualified individuals to apply.


EFP preferred.

Locksmith Foreperson
Georgia State University

Georgia State University Housing

Locksmith Foreperson

Requisition ID 21000370

This position is responsible for selecting, training, supervising, and evaluating the performance of the Locksmith II and the Locksmith I.  This position plays a critical role in overseeing security and access management of all GSU housing facilities and rooms for staff and resident students, including all lock shop and ingress/egress security for these facilities. This position ensures the Georgia State University Housing, accountability, and oversight of over 10,000 locks, doors, closers, security access points, and electronic access systems.

The scope of responsibility will include these specific duties but is not limited to the following,

  • Supervise, schedule work orders, and train and mentor staff Locksmiths.
  • Manage on-call schedule for the team in conjunction with the entire maintenance team.
  • Manage Central Lockshop and remote locations, including equipment and inventory.
  • Works with supervisor to maintain supply and parts inventory.
  • Maintain preventative maintenance schedules.
  • Install, repair, and maintain all major types of locks, door closures, and panic hardware systems, including but not limited to key-card and electromagnetic systems to conform with current federal, state, and local safety and security regulations.
  • Responsible for routine inspections and walk-through of the facilities.
  • Disassembles locks, repairs, or replaces worn tumblers, springs, and other parts.
  • Inserts new or repaired tumblers into the lock to change the combination.
  • Re-combinates cores, cut new or duplicate keys, and picks locks when keys are not available.
  • Maintains electronic and physical records of University Housing keys, locks, and key vaults.
  • Programs and maintains building key vaults.
  • Responsible for estimating material cost and time required to complete assignments.
  • Performs other professional-related duties as assigned.
  • Participate in departmental committees, interview processes, and training.
  • Attend and participate in regular unit and departmental meetings

The successful candidate should possess the following:

  • Knowledge of the tools, equipment, and practices of the locksmith trade.
  • Knowledge of relevant Codes and compliance requirements related to doors, locks, hardware, ADA, and fire safety.
  • Knowledge of the operating principles of various locks.
  • Working knowledge of Windows-based computers and related accessories. Working knowledge of time tracking software, key management and area access tracking software, keyboarding and data input skills, and knowledge of electronic mail software.
  • Asset management software experience.
  • Effective organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to read plans, drawings, and blueprints.
  • Ability to operate tools and equipment used in the locksmith trade.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally or in writing.
  • Ability to work professionally with the team, staff, and student residents.
  • Maintenance of a Class C license and the ability to safely operate a motor vehicle.

Preferred Hiring Qualifications

  • Journeyman level experience with significant and specialized training and experience in the locksmith trade
  • Technical or vocational degree and three years of experience at a lead worker or supervisory level, or high school diploma or GED and five years of related experience, including three years at a lead worker or supervisory level or a combination of education and related experience.
  • CPL (certified professional locksmith) or CML (certified master locksmith) certification.

Salary: $37,312 - $56,050

Shift: 8:30 AM - 5:15 PM | Monday - Friday | Being on call is a requirement

To be fully considered for this position all candidates at the time of submission must provide the following documents that clearly provide proof of education and relevant experience,

  • A complete and accurate GSU application
  • Resume
  • List of 3 professional references

Apply for position at the Georgia State University  Career Website:


Rental Property Maintenance Technician
Whitman College


Located in the historic community of Walla Walla, Whitman’s beautiful tree-lined campus is home to an intellectually dynamic, diverse, and supportive community of some 500 staff and faculty and 1,500 students. With an endowment exceeding $500 million, fiercely loyal alumni, exceptional students, and accomplished faculty and staff, Whitman College continues to build on its national reputation for academic excellence ranking as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country.



The Rental Property Maintenance Technician is responsible for maintenance and general upkeep of Whitman College owned rental properties.  This individual must be a responsible, self-directed person who has the ability to assess property (building and grounds) issues and either take action and/or make recommendations to the Director of Facilities or designee.  This technician will also regularly consult with the Associate Controller, including frequent check-ins with the Trust Coordinator on renter needs. The object is to restore and maintain the structural, mechanical and aesthetic integrity of all college owned rental properties, while ensuring a safe living environment.  Evening and weekend work may be required.



  • Complete daily minor maintenance of all residences and designated apartment buildings and selected commercial buildings owned by Whitman College.
  • Show rentals to prospective tenants in coordination with the Trust Coordinator.
  • Conduct rental property check and check out of tenants in coordination with the Trust Coordinator.
  • Manage and coordinate interior and exterior maintenance and repair projects for trust properties.
  • Perform scheduled preventative maintenance such as (a) service furnaces and boilers, (b) clean gutters (c) clean roofs and (d) winterize.
  • Perform routine checks of houses as needed and during school breaks.
  • Assist in development of summer maintenance projects and lead summer maintenance crews. 
  • Conduct annual building maintenance survey for 5-yr planning purposes.
  • Perform assessment on maintenance and care needs of property landscapes.
  • Understand general irrigation system principals.
  • Safely operate landscape and grounds equipment as required.
  • Utilize Facility Services work order system and computers (e.g. email, creating reports).
  • Work within the safety regulations for federal, state, and Whitman College. Actively participate in the accident prevention program, including attending safety training program.
  • Observe safety precautions and procedures at all times, being alert for unsafe conditions and correcting the conditions accordingly.
  • Supervise seasonal Rental Property Assistant.
  • Complete other duties as assigned (e.g. vacancy coverage, inclement weather, moving, furniture set-up).
  • Serve as essential personnel, meaning duties are essential to the operations of the College and requires that the position report to campus for work even during full or partial closures, emergencies, inclement weather, etc.
  • Provide after hours and weekend on-call coverage at least 4 times annually.
  • Adhere to College policies and guidelines.



Individuals must be able to explain and/or demonstrate that they possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities to safely perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation.

  • Ability to work closely and collaboratively with faculty, students and staff.
  • Ability to orally communicate effectively with contractors and others.
  • Ability to operate all custodial equipment, including, vacuums, buffers, waxers, shampooers etc.
  • Ability to use power tools as required for maintaining properties.
  • Ability to move supplies and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds.
  • Ability to climb up and down stairs and meet normal physical requirements for performing maintenance/custodial duties.
  • Ability to use computers for emails, creating reports, work on spreadsheets etc.
  • Ability to positively and actively contribute to the College’s core values of diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Ability to use good judgment and have an eye for detail.
  • Ability to be reliable and capable of working independently on the assigned shift.
  • Ability to maintain knowledge of the Landlord-Tenant Act.



  • Four years of related work (or equivalent) experience.
  • Must pass a motor vehicle report.
  • Must pass an employment physical.
  • Must have a valid driver's license and be capable of operating College vehicles including tractor, trucks and boom trucks.



  • Trade school training.
  • Past experience in standard facility/residential maintenance practices and procedures in an organization with extended hours of operations and multiple high-traffic rental properties.



Work environment is primarily inside Whitman rental facilities and sometimes outside landscape, both of which may include working in high places. This position may be exposed to dirt, dust and equipment solutions. Work may require periodic use of personal protective equipment (e.g. respirators, arc fault). Physical skill and sustained physical effort may be required for some of the maintenance responsibilities. Job requires moderate strength and agility and typically requires balancing, bending, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping and repetitive motions. Lifting and carrying materials weighing up to 50 pounds occurs with varied frequency.



Priority consideration will be given to applications received by April 19. The position will remain open until filled.



May 24, 2021