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35164 Executive Director, System Facilities
Lone Star College System

35164 Executive Director, System Facilities

Purpose and Scope:

The Executive Director, System Facilities provides direct leadership and strategic direction to the System Office Facilities and Construction Department. Works collaboratively with Campus VPADs and Facility Directors to develop, standardize, and implement operational efficiencies and best practices in facilities management.

Salary:

Hiring salary range is $99,340 - $114,241

Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree and at least 10 years of related work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Experience must include at least 5 years in a manager- or director-level position

How to Apply:

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE ONLY!

We will not accept application material received via fax, email, mail, or hand delivered. 

Postings for part-time and adjunct positions are active for the academic year.  By selecting the option to receive notifications on your profile, you will begin receiving electronic communication regarding new opportunities with Lone Star College (LSC).

If selected for an interview, a recruiter will contact you by phone, or email to schedule an interview.  

Lone Star College participates in the E-Verify program, under which Lone Star College provides the federal government with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm that the employee is authorized to work in the United States. 

More information on the E-Verify program is available at www.dhs.gov/E-Verify

Lone Star College is an EEO Employer.  All positions are subject to a criminal background check.

https://www.lonestar.edu/employment/

 


Associate/Assistant Vice President of Facilities Management
Mount Holyoke College

Associate/Assistant Vice President of Facilities Management
Mount Holyoke College
South Hadley, MA

Mount Holyoke College seeks a forward-thinking and compassionate leader to serve as the Associate/Assistant Vice President of Facilities Management. The campus is a beautiful natural setting, and the AVP will play an important role in advancing the college’s strategic vision for the campus, in executing the ambitious goal of 2037 carbon neutrality, and in leading efficient and effective operations.

The AVP reports to the Vice President for Finance and Administration, provides leadership for a diverse team of approximately 130 staff, and manages an annual operating budget of approximately 14 million dollars. The capital budget averages around 13 million dollars per year. The new AVP will be responsible for planning, program management, and implementation of best practices for all aspects of campus facilities and grounds operations, maintenance, and construction. The AVP will lead with inclusive excellence and be deeply committed to the mission of the college.

About Mount Holyoke College

Mount Holyoke College is a world-renowned women’s college that is gender diverse. Since 1837, it has built and fortified a spirited, engaged and intellectually adventurous community, taught by an innovative faculty dedicated to their students and passionate about their disciplines. The first and oldest of the Seven Sisters Colleges, Mount Holyoke prepares students with the skills necessary to become confident leaders in a rapidly changing world. Mount Holyoke is ranked consistently as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country by U.S. News & World Report, and its students go on to make a difference across a wide variety of professional and civic endeavors. For more information on Mount Holyoke College, please visit website.

The Opportunity

The overarching opportunity for the AVP will be to serve as a strategic leader, one who fosters a culture that highly values customer service, engagement, communication, and responsiveness to faculty, students, and staff. Efficiency and transparency in all aspects are highly important. The new AVP will be joining the Mount Holyoke College community with major sustainability and renovation projects in progress, and initiatives on the horizon. The successful candidate must provide the leadership and direction that will ensure that the campus continues to receive the highest level of support and service even as large projects are undertaken. These efforts will depend upon the successful development and maintenance of relationships at all levels of the college, including faculty, staff, students, trustees, and the broader South Hadley community.

The successful candidate will bring broad-based facilities and operations experience and a record of leading change, problem solving, fostering labor relations, streamlining processes and systems, and creating and delivering large scale strategic plans and projects. The successful candidate will be a person of the highest integrity with a collegial style that engenders trust and inspires collaboration, along with an enthusiasm for the day-to-day management of efficient operations and excellent customer service. Leadership of similar functions in another higher education institution or a comparably complex setting will factor strongly. A bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in a related field such as engineering or construction management, and a master’s degree is desirable.

The full position profile can be found here.

Tom Phillips and Charlotte Harris of Koya Partners have been exclusively retained for this search. To express your interest in this role please submit your materials here. All inquiries and discussions will be considered strictly confidential.

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The College is committed to the elimination of all forms of discrimination whether based race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap or disability, veteran/uniformed services status, or gender identity.  We have also committed ourselves to the active recruitment of candidates from diverse backgrounds.

Mount Holyoke College believes in the right, indeed the necessity, of free inquiry and free expression for every member of the college community. The College aims to provide an environment hospitable to open interchanges of knowledge and opinion in the terms of reasoned discourse. The citizen’s rights to free speech, free movement, free association, peaceful assembly, and orderly protest extends to every member of the College. So do the citizen’s responsibility to uphold the law and the civilized person’s obligation to respect the rights and feelings of others.

 


Director of Environmental Health & Safety
SIU School of Medicine

Overview:

Under the guidance of the Executive Director of Facilities Management, this position is responsible for the administrative oversight of the Environmental Health and Safety Office. Duties include coordination and participation in the operation of a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week unit that monitors and controls all safety activity in university facilities and addresses all institutional safety programs required to keep SIU School of Medicine in full compliance with federal, state and local safety and environmental regulations.

To review the position description for this vacancy, please visit our website at https://siumed.hiretouch.com

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

 
 
  1. Bachelor's degree in chemistry, environmental health and safety or related field.
  2. Seven years supervising the work of a professional staff or process within the specialization of Environmental Health, Occupations Safety, Biology, Industrial Hygiene or Health and Safety related field

Condition of Employment:  Pursuant to the State Universities Civil Service System, an out-of-state resident who is hired into this position must establish Illinois residency within 180 calendar days of their start date.

EXCELLENT BENEFITS:

  • Health, vision, dental and life insurance offered on Day 1 of employment
  • 13 paid holidays per year
  • Choice of retirement plans
  • Generous vacation time
  • Tuition Reimbursement and Tuition Waivers
  • Discount Programs
  • And MORE!

TO APPLY:

  1. Complete an online profile at https://siumed.hiretouch.com/.
  2. Find this Job through the ‘Jobs’ link at the top, left of the page.
  3. Select the 'Apply to Job' button at the bottom of this posting.
  4. Complete the Job Source form, letting us know how you learned about this vacancy.
  5. Complete the required Civil Service Application package forms and upload applicable documents.

Certain requirements may apply for out-of-state applicants.  Please visit https://siumed.edu/hr and review the specific job listing information for details.

Equal Opportunity Employer

 


Executive Director Facilities Operations
Stanford University

Please apply using this link: https://careers-anothersource.icims.com/jobs/3286/executive-director-facilities-operations/job?mode=job&iis=SOURCE&iisn=APPA

Another Source’s client, Stanford University, is recruiting a collaborative and strategic Executive Director of Facilities Operations to join their team.

 

Here's a little about Stanford University and the position they are seeking to fill:

 

About the Role 

 

Reporting to the Associate Vice President of Academic Projects and Operations for Land, Buildings and Real Estate, the Executive Director (ED), Facilities Operations will oversee the planning, organization, technical, and administrative aspects of the Department of Facilities Operations (DFO). This includes leadership and management of the following units: Buildings and Grounds Maintenance, Work Control and Contracted Services, Event Services, and Logistics.  Key function in each of these group include Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing, Architectural Trades, Grounds, Custodial Services, Preventative Maintenance Programs, and Events operational support across the university. The ED is responsible for managing operations and facilities in a way that supports and advances environmental sustainability, prioritizes employee safety and well-being, and ensures that quality service is provided to all customers. 

 

They will bring visionary and critical thinking skills to help advance current initiatives for smart campus integration in university operations, maintenance, and renewal programs. The ED will embrace the LBRE Core Values of Leadership, Exploration, Gratitude, Accountability, Community and You, in their management style and help to build an organization where these qualities serve as the foundation for successful and rewarding careers for all employees within Facilities Operations. The ED will lead, support, and maintain the current environment of exceptional customer service and constant improvement through customer and employee feedback, and provide regular reports on Key Performance Indicators to leadership. 

 

Job Responsibilities 

Responsibility for the leadership, broad oversight, and implementation of strategic and tactical planning involving facilities management, facilities operations, and maintenance staff /managers that has university-wide scope and impact. 

 

  • Ongoing implementation of the Stanford Research Park portfolio strategic business plan, which entails initiating recommendations and executing long-term strategic initiatives to create value and maximize risk-adjusted returns on the SRP portfolio.  Such analysis would involve evaluating the highest and best use of properties returning to the University at the expiration of ground leases, initiating recommendations and implementing strategies to promote reinvestment in building inventory, either through acquisition or disposition of ground leases, direct purchases or redevelopments of sites.   
  • Continually monitor portfolio financial performance to identify and make recommendations on how to capitalize on opportunities and proactively mitigate risks. 
  • Originate transactions, structure and negotiate complex agreements to either purchase or extend ground leaseholds, seize direct leasing opportunities or market new long-term ground leases.  
  • Supervise and approve portfolio reporting, data collectionanalytics, and annual portfolio valuation.  
  • Oversee annual business plan process and cash flow forecasting, including evaluation of changing scenarios and stress tests utilizing third party applications (Argus, etc.). 
  • Lead marketing strategy, due diligence and closing efforts associated with sales, purchases or leasing of assets, and engage consultants and advisors to assist with the effort as needed. 
  • Evaluate and approve requests by tenants and lessees for lease assignments, sublease approvals, lease extensions, and other contractual requests relating thereto, including analysis of any landlord-related rights and obligations.   
  • Ongoing implementation of long-term land use and programmatic planning for SRP, including conducting urban planning, architectural, economic, environmental, and other analyses designed to enhance the competitive advantage and income potential of the SRP portfolio. 
  • Direct and coordinate team of internal and external consultants with functional expertise, including legal, finance, lease administration, environmental, market research, and leasing. 
  • Make strategic recommendations and execute solutions for any ownership and management issues that arise in the Stanford Research Park, which often entails collaboration across cross-functional teams. 
  • Maintain positive relations and regular communications with SRP tenants and lessees
  • Effectively work with various constituents to educate them about SRP and seek areas of alignmentwhich entails the ability to develop relationships and rapport 

 

Qualifications 

 

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering or other appropriate technical area and an equivalent combination of technical education, training, and experience.  
  • Fifteen years of related, progressively responsible experience requiring extensive leadership and strategic expertise in facilities operations, maintenance, and planning, performing duties similar to those listed above. 

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

  • Advanced knowledge of best practices in facilities management discipline.
  • Demonstrated experience managing large facility organizations, or experience in managing a large professional service organization. 
  • Demonstrated experience as an executive level facilities manager with responsibility for developing and mentoring managers and senior professionals. 
  • Advanced knowledge and application of relevant codes, regulations, and processes.
  • Ability to foster a safe and cooperative work environment. Management experience with a proven track record of safety excellence, solid judgment, decision making, budget management, and environmental stewardship is required. 

 
Another Source works with their clients, on a retained project basis, to maximize the recruiting process. 

 


Vice President, Chief Campus Operations Officer
Durham Technical Community College

Durham Technical Community College seeks a strategic operational and business leader to serve as a senior officer of the College. The Vice President, Chief Operations Officer’s leadership in these important areas is central to the vision of President John (J.B.) Buxton, who joined the College as President in 2019. As President Buxton has described, “In 2021, Durham Tech adopted a five-year strategic plan that sets measurable goals for degree and credential completion and for job placement and wage premiums for our graduates. The goals and priorities in this plan signal our commitment to providing clear pathways to in-demand jobs with competitive wages and economic mobility, as well as to four-year universities. Our goals are ambitious, and we are committed to putting the systems, partnerships, resources, and, most of all, talented individuals in place to achieve them.”

The Vice President, Chief Campus Operations Officer (VP, CCOO) will provide operational and strategic leadership for Campus Police and Public Safety, Facility Services, Information Technology Services, and Campus Operations in both Durham and Orange Counties. Separately and together, these areas provide the core infrastructure, security, and technology support for the College. The VP, CCOO will ensure that key priorities are accomplished, and staff are supported and given the opportunity to develop their managerial and leadership skills.

Core Duties and Responsibilities

The VP, CCOO, together with senior colleagues/peers will, in addition to providing leadership and direction to the various offices reporting to them, provide support for the President in strategic planning, resource development, DEI, and stakeholder and regional engagement to ensure that the College best fulfills its role in the region and the sector. 

The VP, CCOO will be responsible for developing and maintaining policies and standards that maximize effectiveness and minimize cost; developing and monitoring operating and capital budgets; ensuring that strategic priorities are addressed and goals met; and maintaining a safe, comfortable, and welcoming campus environment that supports excellence in teaching and learning.

Nominations and Applications

The search committee will begin a review of applications in late September and will continue its work until an appointment is made. All applications should be received by October 29 in order to be considered.

Candidates should provide:

  • A letter of interest stating how the candidate’s experiences and qualifications align with the required/preferred characteristics and priorities expressed in the position profile. The letter should also include a statement of the candidate’s contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion;
  • A curriculum vitae/resume; and
  • Five professional references with emails, telephone numbers, and a description of the candidate’s professional relationship with each reference (references will not be contacted without prior written authorization from the applicant).

Applications and nominations should be submitted electronically (PDF or MS Word) to: DurhamTechCCOO@agbsearch.com

Complete information regarding Durham Tech’s Executive Search process may be found here: https://www.durhamtech.edu/executive-search/

The VP, CCOO position profile, along with a listing of the required qualifications and preferred attributes may be found at: https://www.durhamtech.edu/executive-search/ccoo-profile

 

Durham Tech Community College is being assisted by:

Dr. Margaret “Peggy” Plympton, margaret.plympton@agbsearch.com / (484) 554-4542

Dr. Phillip Clay, phillip.clay@agbsearch.com/ (617) 253-6164

 

Durham Tech is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, ADA, Section 504 Institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, age, religion, national origin, or disability. In our classrooms and campus work areas, we believe in giving everyone the opportunity to succeed and we are committed to creating a climate that is safe and welcoming for all.

 


Access Control Coordinator
Ohio University

Responsible for maintaining and updating the University’s access control records, faculty; student, and staff data base; systems; devices; and inventory. Partner with University Administration to establish and enforce standards for installation and function of access devices. Analyze access needs, vulnerabilities, and take appropriate action to ensure the safety and security of Ohio University’s faculty, staff, students, guests, and assets physical and electronic access resources. Consult with department leadership, make recommendations for best practices for managing key inventory and securing departmental assets. Maintain appropriate shop inventory to ensure expedient response to any access issues.

Primary Accountabilities:
1. Electronic Programming – Executes departmental requests for employee, student, and guest access to various on line and off line access control devices. Ensures expiration dates are included to prevent extended authorized access beyond specified time limits. Coordinates with Human Resources and department leadership to remove separated individuals from access devices. Performs training and programming on Morse Watch mans key banks and key watchers.
2. Analyzes departmental key systems and consults with departmental leadership to recommend keying strategies that are conducive to employee/asset safety and security. Delivers keys and manages core and key inventory records. Assesses security risks related to lost keys and provides recommendations on strategies to promote employee, guests, student, and asset safety and security. Provides assistance with promoting accurate key control and loss prevention/risk management. Facilitates issuance of keys/access control devices to contractors and vendors conducting work on University premises.
3. Systems Maintenance – Monitors University Access Control Systems (Basis, Key Pro, Key Stone, Blackboard) to ensure proper function of system components. Collaborates with University IT to ensure systems are maintained properly and that data is secure and backed up. Performs preventative maintenance on various electronic key cabinets (cleaning, reprogramming, device refurbishing. Submits and tracks work orders to University IT when network issues create access device outages.
4. Monitor and address work orders for access control devices that are not functioning properly. Troubleshoot access systems to determine problem and/or create and track work orders for University Key Shop employees to manage repairs.          
5. Consultation – May attend planning meetings and conferences to discuss University projects and ensure University Access Control design standards are being incorporated properly into renovations/new construction. Review architectural drawings to verify proper adherence to specified standards and function. Provides direction and assistance with projects to ensure timely completion and security throughout project.

Please apply at the following link by October 13, 2021:


https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/38683

 


Assistant Director Plumbing Systems
Stanford University

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Education & Experience:

Bachelor's degree in engineering or other appropriate technical training, or combination of technical education, training, and experience. Five or more years of extensive relevant professional and managerial experience in an environment with a variety of building types (administrative offices, classrooms, laboratories, residential & dining facilities, auditoriums, etc.). Successful completion of a plumbing apprenticeship program

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Technical knowledge of best practices in facilities maintenance discipline
  • Demonstrated experience developing and managing budgets and service contracts
  • Demonstrated experience planning, developing, and implementing programs
  • Demonstrated experience understanding and applying relevant codes, regulations, and processes
  • Ability to accurately read and understand building drawings, plumbing drawings
  • Basic computer skills

Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Considered Highly Desirable:

  • Demonstrated high level skills in the operation and maintenance requirements for building plumbing systems, domestic hot water systems, and building supply and waste plumbing systems; means and methods of the plumbing trade
  • Demonstrated knowledge in types of relevant building systems, advantages/disadvantages of each, and typical system life cycles
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing, including explaining technical information to non-technical audiences
  • Demonstrate effective cultural competence in diversity and inclusion practices, strategies, systems, policies, etc. 
  • Understands multiple cultural frameworks, values, and norms
  • Negotiates and facilitates through cultural differences, conflicts, tensions, or misunderstandings
  • Role models for inclusive and culturally competent behavior

Required Certifications and Licenses:

  • none

Desired Certifications and Licenses:

  • C36 Plumbing Contractor’s License

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS*:

  • Frequently sitting, perform desk-based computer tasks, lift/carry/push/pull objects that weigh up to 10 pounds.
  • Occasionally stand/walk, twist/bend/stoop/squat, grasp lightly/fine manipulation, use a telephone, lift/carry/push/pull objects that weigh up to 11-20 pounds.
  • Rarely kneel/crawl, climb (ladders, scaffolds, or other), reach/work above shoulders, grasp forcefully, writing by hand, sort/file paperwork or parts, lift/carry/push/pull objects that weigh >40 pounds.

* - Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of his or her job.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Requires 24-hour response availability seven days per week for emergency situations.
  • May be exposed to noise > 80dB TWA.
  • May working at heights 4 - 10 ft.

 

WORK STANDARDS:

  • Interpersonal Skills: Demonstrates the ability to work well with Stanford colleagues and clients and with external organizations.
  • Promote Culture of Safety: Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and value for safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behaviors based on training and lessons learned.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY:

https://careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/search/7538421

 


Assistant Manager, Service Center
University of Maryland College Park

Assistant Manager, Service Center (Coordinator)

Position #100953

Residential Facilities at University of Maryland

Join us at the University of Maryland!

ARE YOU:               Results Oriented?                                     Customer Service Focused?

          Strong Team Player?                                  Enjoy Working with Students?

          Like Being a Supervisor?

                 Looking to be part of a Progressive Management Team

WE OFFER:       Great Benefits                       Stable Career with Professional Development Opportunities

Position Responsibilities: The Department of Residential Facilities is responsible for the maintenance, housekeeping and building security services for the College Park Campus’ 70+ residence halls, Greek chapter houses and recreational facilities encompassing over 2 million square feet. The Service Center operates 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. It is the first point of contact for our facilities management operation; it processes over 50,000 service requests each year, manages more than 2,000 keys/access cards and coordinates response efforts to facilities and crisis incidents across the UMD campus. The Assistant Manager supports this fast-paced and dynamic environment by co-supervising 25-30 front-line part-time student staff; providing detail-oriented administrative management of critical daily processes and tasks; working with staff to identify changes in procedures, processes, or expectations that affect the services provided/supported by Service Center Desk Associates, serving as primary point person for hiring, training and supervision of student Service Center Desk Associates, and participating in a management on-call rotation. In the absence of the Service Center Manager, manages the operation of the Service Center and assists with providing a full-time supervisory presence at the Service Center. This position is supervised by the Service Center Manager.  Requires Bachelors degree, 3 years management/administrative experience.

Salary and Benefits -  starting salary in low to mid $60,000’s. 22 days annual leave, 3 days personal, 15 days sick and 15 paid holidays, health insurance, tuition remission for employee and dependents, participation in one of two retirement programs. To apply and learn more about qualifications, submit online application at https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/87917

For more information, call or email Sean Ballantine, 301-314-7521 or sballant@umd.edu

The University of Maryland is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

 


Associate Director, Facilities
Loyola University, Maryland

Assists the Director of Facilities Management in facility operations. This includes coordinating the delivery of essential facility maintenance services, recommending priorities for needed repairs and upgrades, and assisting in developing and planning for deferred and preventive maintenance programs. Provides personnel management, oversight and leadership for Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) trades and General Maintenance and Carpentry. Ensure productive and efficient use of resources for the timely response and feedback to customer requests. In the absence of the Director of Facilities Management, the Associate Director assumes full responsibility for the operations of the department. This position is classified as essential. 

Manage and evaluate employee performance including employment, promotions, and other personnel actions such as hiring, discipline within the University guidelines, policies and procedures. Maintain current knowledge of occupational health and safety, security, and workplace standards. Provide employee training and development programs, and ensure OSHA training is completed. Provide short and long term resource planning to include personnel, budget and capital resources. Assist in the development and enforcement of departmental guidelines. Research and recommend systems that would benefit the University. 

Visit https://careers.loyola.edu for additional information. 

CEFP preferred.


Grounds Superintendent
Western Carolina University

Position is responsible for all aspects of comprehensive planning, managing, directing, supervising and maintaining of the overall appearance of the University’s grounds.  This is carried out by coordination of assigned Grounds Department staff, coordination with other Facilities Management trade shops, Facilities Management Operations and Maintenance staff and the Campus Planning and Construction Staffs. These responsibilities require extensive knowledge, experience and in supervision in planning, initiating, and maintaining a comprehensive grounds maintenance program and landscape installation operations. The position also contributes to developing and carrying out of the campus master plan particularly in areas related to existing grounds conditions, landscape features, grounds maintenance expectations, landscape design standards and landscape installation implementation to ensure that changes/additions blends with and enhances existing conditions of the campus grounds; Serves as the professional grounds and landscaping consultant for the University.

Considerable knowledge of comprehensive horticultural practices and procedures required for landscape maintenance in large grounds situations including turf, trees, shrubs and seasonal color beds of the southeastern US.  Considerable knowledge of ornamental and native plant materials in their proper planting and utilization in landscape plantings in various landscape situations. Ability and knowledge to review landscape plans and site plans designed by outside designers to ensure that plant materials indicated and designed are appropriate for campus environment and their intended locations based on horticultural knowledge of landscape plant materials. Ability to design and develop landscape plans for projects on campus utilizing appropriate plant choices for the location and environmental situation based on knowledge of landscape plant materials. Ability to plan and direct routine and non-routine tasks of a ground’s maintenance and landscape installation staff. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, maintenance personnel, and University administration. Ability to supervise multiple subordinate supervisors, grounds personnel, other staff and trades in performing multiple simultaneous tasks.

Bachelor’s degree and two years of experience in general facilities work; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

Bachelor’s degree in horticulture or closely related field from an appropriately accredited institution; 10 years’ experience in managing and supervising multiple employees and their tasks simultaneously in performing landscape duties for routine, non-routine and preventative landscape maintenance tasks, landscape installation projects on a large scale and landscape site construction projects on a large scale; Extensive knowledge and experience with landscape plant materials, their proper utilization and their maintenance requirements of the southeastern US; Experience in landscape and greenhouse crop production; Extensive experience and knowledge of designing and developing landscape plans for large scale projects; Ability to review and evaluate landscape plans for proper plant material choice, their usage for the situation and their location for proper growth, development and design intent; Having a North Carolina Pesticide Applicators License.

https://jobs.wcu.edu/postings/17464

Anticipated Hiring Range $61,200 - $68,000

 


HVAC Technician
Stonehill College

To perform, conduct, complete thorough preventative maintenance on all heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems maintained by Stonehill College.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Conduct inspections of all equipment to assess proper function.
• Perform standard preventative maintenance tasks on various equipment in accordance with manufacturer’s standards, including filter changes.
• Complete preventative maintenance forms and prepare reports.
• Complete minor equipment adjustments and repair, including but not limited to belt replacement/adjustment, alignment and set screw adjustment, heating coil cleaning, evaporator and condensing coil cleaning on equipment, maintain and
treat condensate pans.
• Install, maintain, troubleshoot, diagnose, repair and operate campus HVAC systems and component parts especially hot water & steam boiler fired by No.2 oil.
• Work from piping diagrams, schematics, blueprints, sketches and/or verbal instructions.
• Utilize a variety of tools and instruments associated with the trade.
• Observe safety regulations at all times, attend safety training as needed.
• Clean work area and maintain tools and equipment.
• Under supervision, must be able to coordinate work with other trades.
• Work with Energy Management Systems including monitoring and programming.
• Perform other duties normally within the scope of an HVAC mechanic’s duties including domestic hot water, exhaust systems, make-up air systems and refrigeration.

Education and/or Experience

• High School Diploma or GED required. 
• At least 5 years of applicable experience 
• EPA Certification-Universal, MA Oil Burner Technician Certificate  
• 4 years vocational training or other certified or recognized trades program as pertains to the trade is preferred

Preferred Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:
• Individual must be able to complete tasks with minimum supervision.
• Must have knowledge of fire and building codes and of potential occupational hazards associated with the trade.
• Must work and adhere to all safety standards and practices; attend safety training as needed or required.
• Use and wear appropriate PPE as pertains to the job that is being performed.
• Must have knowledge of the standard methods, materials, tools and equipment used in the trade.
• Ability to use tools and equipment pertinent to the position, which includes staging, lifts, ladders, and all hand and power tools common to the trade.
• Must be willing and able to work at various heights and in limited area crawl spaces in order to repair and maintain necessary operations.
• Must be willing and able to work extra hours when needed and respond to emergency calls when or if available.
• Regular, reliable and predictable attendance is required.
• Ability to interrelate with diverse individuals including colleagues, students, and managers as needed to get the job done. 
• Must treat fellow employees, students, staff, faculty and visitors to the College with respect. 
• Ability to coordinate work with other trades to complete projects successfully and on time.

To perform this job successfully, an individual should be technically competent and have knowledge of all MS Office products, preventative maintenance and work order software.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands and fingers to handle or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to sit. The employee must regularly lift, carry, and/or move up to 10-25 pounds and frequently lift and/or move more than 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.

Licenses/Certifications

A valid driver’s license  is required.

For More Information and to Apply: https://jobs.stonehill.edu/postings/21378

 


HVAC Technician I
Pomona College

Target hiring salary: $32.83 per hour
Regular, full-time, non-exempt position

 

Pomona College has mandated the COVID-19 vaccination for all employees. New employees are required to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or request a Pomona College-approved medical or religious exemption on or before their first day of employment.

 

JOB PURPOSE: The HVAC Technician I perform HVAC preventative maintenance as directed on all Pomona College buildings.  Reporting directly to the Assistant Director, HVAC the HVAC Technician I perform the following essential duties and responsibilities:

 

Perform preventative maintenance tasks on HVAC equipment. (split systems, packaged units, small hp motors, fan coil units, small hp boilers, evaporative coolers).  Perform the necessary procedures to properly check, adjust and assess the condition of all V belts to determine when the need for replacement is required.  Assess the condition of all air filters and determine if they need replacement establishing a frequency schedule based on this determination.

 

Replace filters using all the proper methods and procedures to ensure minimum dirt dispersal and to insure proper function upon completion of the task. Remove all old filters and cleanup work area properly disposing of them.  Visually inspect and assess all HVAC equipment for any abnormalities. Documenting and reporting all abnormalities found so they could be scheduled for repair.  General equipment maintenance. Maintain equipment cleanliness and inside and around equipment to maintain a clean working environment.  Water treatment system check and log.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:  Education: High School Diploma or GED is required, or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Completion of 2 years of HVAC classes with certifications.  Licenses/Certificates: EPA Refrigerant Recovery Certification is preferred.  A valid driver’s license is required or equivalent means of reliable transportation to off-site meetings and events.  Experience: A minimum of 3 years in the HVAC trade working in HVAC maintenance is required. Able to understand basic electrical schematics as they pertain to HVAC systems.

 

TO APPLY:

https://theclaremontcolleges.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/POM_Careers/job/Claremont/HVAC-Technician-1_REQ-3750

 

Pomona College prides itself in being an open, competitive, and equal opportunity employer.

 


HVAC Technician II
Pomona College

 

Target hiring salary: $36.78 per hour

Regular, full-time, non-exempt position

 

Pomona College has mandated the COVID-19 vaccination for all employees. New employees are required to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or request a Pomona College-approved medical or religious exemption on or before their first day of employment.  

 

PURPOSE:

The Maintenance/HVAC Technician II serves primarily as an HVAC technician visually inspecting and assessing all HVAC equipment for repairs, preventative maintenance, service, modifications and troubleshooting, including refrigeration and preventative maintenance on equipment.  Visually inspect and assess all HVAC Equipment for any abnormalities, repairing and documenting all repairs needed on 72 buildings.  Must have knowledge and proficiency in chillers, boilers, air handlers, cooling towers, etc.  Performs skilled tasks independently or as part of a regular service crew.  Monitoring and documentation of water treatment program including condenser water loops, chilled water loops, heating hot water loops and water filtration system.  Responds to trouble calls and complete all necessary service reports.  Ability to work on HVAC equipment and insure proper efficient and safe operation of equipment.  Work from diagrams, sketches, manufacturer’s data and written or oral instructions to install equipment if needed. Ability to assess and repair refrigeration equipment. Perform preventative maintenance tasks on HVAC equipment to include filter changes, greasing/ lubricating motors bearings on various A/C Systems, large air handlers, fan/coils, pumps, etc., including documentation of maintenance completed.  Perform special projects/tasks and provide assistance as assigned

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:  High School Diploma or GED is required. Education and experience in HVAC field are preferred. Licenses/Certifications:  EPA Refrigerant Recovery Certification is required.  A valid driver’s license or equivalent means of reliable transportation to off-site meetings and events is required.  Must take and successfully pass a functional capacity test after job offer and prior to hire.  Experience: A minimum of 5 years of HVAC experience in the commercial factor.  Completion of a Union, private, military or trade school apprenticeship program that includes theory and on-the-job-training. Lock out/tag out, fall arrest, confined space, MSDS, asbestos and lead identification, ladder safety, emergency evacuation, ARC flash training, in-house OSHA and respirator training required.

 

APPLY:

https://theclaremontcolleges.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/POM_Careers/job/Claremont/HVAC-Technician-II_REQ-3752

 

Pomona College prides itself in being an open, competitive, and equal opportunity employer.

 


Manager Building Operations
Loyola University, Maryland

Technical/Project Management Develops, implements and enhances software applications used to conduct the business of the Facilities Department. Actively participates and supports Facilities Operations and Maintenance functions and project management as they relate to facilities management applications. Serves as administrator of department computing and information resources. Develops reports as needed. Oversees departmental technical support in conjunction with Technology Services. Manages, maintains, updates, and upgrades Loyola’s CMMS. This system is at the heart of Facilities Management as it drives the business process for work orders, preventive maintenance, inventory control, and service requests campus-wide. Develops and maintains a thorough understanding of the application functions, facilities, and technical architecture in order to develop and extend Facilities Management systems planning. Investigates and provides solutions to application issues, i.e. bug fixes, and customer support. As part of the CMMS, update and maintain building spaces by HEGIS code. Work with Director of Project Management, Design and Construction to maintain updated building plans and blueprints in a centralized database or shared drive. Analyzes and documents business processes and problems. Designs solutions to automate processes and solve problems to meet business needs. Creates functional/technical specifications. Creates or enhances software to include a review, assessment and possible implementation of a mobile system. Maintains appropriate documentation for new software, software changes, and testing plans. Researches and recommends systems that would benefit the University. Visit https://careers.loyola.edu for additional information. 

 


University Locksmith/Electronic Security Technician
Drew University

Drew University is seeking a University Locksmith/Electronic Security Technician  in the Facilities and Campus Operations Department.  For more information and to apply go to https://drew-university.oasisrecruit.com/job/317434/university-locksmith-electronic-security-technician

Summary:

The University seeks a journey-level locksmith who is a well-organized, self-motivated, effective communicator and team player with experience working with electronic access systems, interchangeable core systems and organizing and tracking a master key system.  The University Locksmith will work as a part of the Facilities team and interacts directly with all areas of the campus, especially Campus Security, Technology and Residence Life.

Key Responsibilities: 

Maintains the integrity of all campus doors, locks and associate hardware, including but not limited to, door knobs, deadbolts, crash bars, door closers, electronic and ADA door openers, for all University owned buildings and residence halls by performing preventative maintenance, routine maintenance and respond to service requests. 

Operates, updates and maintains the proximity card reader access system on campus, including electronic locks, strikes, door contacts, and door readers.  In coordination with the Director of Public Safety and AVP of Facilities, assign and manage all access permissions for the campus community as well as door schedules.  Input data into access system and work order system on a daily basis.

Perform key cuttings, core pining and lock changes.

Maintain accurate records of all core codes and key distribution in a way that is accessible to others if needed.  Work closely with Student Life and department heads on the distribution and tracking of all keys, including all student residence hall keys.

 


Energy and Billing Analyst
Northern Arizona University

Job Description

Through purchase, production and distribution, Utility Services provides electricity, natural gas, domestic water, reclaimed water, sewer, stormwater, steam, chilled water, and medium temperature hot water to the Northern Arizona University community. Under the general direction of the Associate Director for Utility Services, the Energy and Billing Analyst will oversee the billing and metering program to recover costs associated with providing the utilities to campus. This position operates under the working title of “Energy and Billing Analyst”.

Duties and Responsibilities:

(70%) Building Energy Analysis and Billing: 

  • Manage entire Utility Services billing program including review and approval of vendor bills, collection and review of campus energy and water meter data, processing data through the campus billing program, and issuance of bills to customers.
  • Analyzes building energy data to benchmark and identify anomalies.
  • Modify data using engineering analysis when anomalies are found to bill customers appropriately.  
  • Coordination with other Utility Services, Facility Services, or NAU staff to document changes that may impact utility consumption and billing.
  • Review of building control systems for changes that may impact utility consumption and billing.    
  • Management of Utility Services students assisting with metering and billing processes.
  • Hiring and management of vendors for the installation or replacement of components.
  • Creation of monthly and annual reports for review by Utility Services, Facility Services, and the University Budget Office.
  • Review of new technology, processes, and systems to advance the campus billing and metering program.
  • Provide data and assist with rate development for all utilities.
  • Assist with and/or prepare applications for grants or rebates.
  • Maintain effective communication with all customers across campus to receive and respond to metering inquiries appropriately.

(25%) Meter Inspection and Maintenance

  • Inspects, investigates, and troubleshoots metering equipment to determine and complete appropriate repair methods.
  • Management of vendors for calibration or installation of meters and reporting to the campus network.
  • Development of repair, replacement, expansion, and improvement priorities and budgets relating to the metering and billing program.
  • Plan review and inspection of capital projects with new or replacement meters.

(5%) Other Duties:

  • Assist with Climate Action Plan development, updates, and reporting.
  • Provide data to faculty/staff/or consultants.
  • Assist with Revolving Fund data analysis.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Completion of a four-year Mechanical, Energy, Technology, or other related degree,
  • 2-4 years of relevant experience.
  • Requires an Arizona driver’s license.

Salary

The salary range for this position is $54,779-$68,474

To read the full Job Description and to Apply visit: https://hr.peoplesoft.nau.edu/psp/ph92prta/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=605595&PostingSeq=1

 


Manager of Utilities and Central Plant Operations
Northern Arizona University

Under the general direction of the Assistant Director for Utility Services, the Manager of Utilities and Central Plant Operations oversees 2- 24/7 operation Central Heating and Cooling Plants. The Central plant and distribution equipment include high-pressure power boilers up to 243,000 lbs. /hr. steam capacity and 96 MMBtu HTHW capacity, centrifugal chillers up to 4500 tons capacity, and auxiliary components.  The near-term expansion includes the addition of an ice chiller for an ice rink and potential thermal storage. Long-term master planning may involve the conversion to a low-temperature hot water distribution system. This position exists to aid and assist Facility Services' mission to the University by providing distributed energy to the Campus community, exercising fiscal responsibility, reporting on leading-edge technology, and practicing sustainable maintenance and operations.

This position is responsible for operating and maintaining all central plant equipment, including boilers, chillers, and associated equipment per the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the Arizona Department of Occupational Safety (ADOSH), and other applicable regulatory organizations codes and standards, resulting in a safe and comfortable working, living and learning environment for the university campus.  Maintains NAU's district energy system of approximately 7 miles of tunnels and direct buried pipe systems to deliver steam, high-temperature hot water, and chilled water to campus buildings.  Operates valves, controls, and other central plant equipment to control air, gas, water, and steam flow while maintaining temperatures and pressures at designated levels following the American Boiler Manufacturers Association (ABMA) instructions, chiller manufacturer instructions, and University standards.  The role requires replacing and maintaining minor piping and control components associated with the plant production and distribution systems. This position is autonomous, requiring the supervisor to rely heavily on their own experience and knowledge.

 
Salary: 
The hiring salary range for this position is $62,996-$78,745.
 
 
To read the full Job Description and to apply visit: 
 

Senior Project Manager - Electrical & Tech
Milton Hershey School

MHS is currently seeking a Senior Project Manager with the expertise and technical focus in the specific areas of electrical and technology to manage the preconstruction and construction phases of capital projects. Management responsibilities include budget development, design, contractor bidding, construction, and project close-out for all academic, athletic, administrative facilities, student homes, and related infrastructure campus-wide, focusing on the electrical and technology work.  
This role provides planning support required to define projects including the preparation of estimates for budgeting purposes, value analysis, and assisting in preparing the annual capital budget.  In addition, manages the construction phase of small to medium-size electrical and technology-related projects, providing electrical/technology technical support to other project managers on all projects. Some of the responsibilities include:

  • Work closely with “project advocates” to determine project needs.
  • Coordinate design work performed by design/engineering firms or perform simple electrical/technology design work in-house.
  • Manage contractor bidding process including development of general requirement specifications, pre-bid meetings, contractor scope meetings, and contract awards.
  • Interface with state and local agencies to obtain permits & approvals.
  • Oversee construction work including managing contractors and preparing project construction schedules.
  • Review submittals and shop drawings; review and process invoices and change orders.
  • Track and monitor project costs in relation to approved budgets, inspect work quality, and accept completed work. 
  • Manage the construction project close-out process including financial closeout and obtaining warranties and operation & maintenance manuals.
  • Assist the Facilities Department with energy audits, potential energy savings opportunities, code-related issues, and general electrical and technology related problems across campus.
  • Manage the implementation of preventative maintenance for electrical/technology equipment and systems.

Requirements:

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in applicable field of engineering, architecture or business required or, in absence of a bachelor’s degree, minimum of 15 years of related experience in construction/facilities management.
  • In-depth knowledge and electrical background required. 
  • Demonstrated construction experience in planning, management, and field oversight.
  • Strong knowledge of construction methods and practices to review, assess, and resolve complex construction/design situations.
  • Experience in reading complex plans & specifications for bidding and construction. 
  • Knowledge of federal, state and local regulatory laws and regulations including familiarity with electrical code requirements.
  • Knowledge and skills to make recommendations on selection of correct materials & equipment for use/application, including ability to prepare cost comparisons versus life expectancy, etc.
  • Strong computer skills (Microsoft applications, project management software, etc.)

For More Information and to Apply:

https://careers.mhskids.org/job-21000178-senior-project-manager-electrical-tech-in-hershey-pa

 

CEFP Certification and EFP preferred.


Architect Job Vacancy #605611
Northern Arizona University

This Architect position serves as a member of the Planning, Design & Construction team.

Essential Position Responsibilities:

  • Works with university clients in order to design, draft, estimate, and assist with the implementation of interior and architectural services
  • Guides and holds accountable  3rd party design professionals and furniture vendors to define scope and deliver projects that meet schedule, budget and scope needs.
  • Plans layouts of project and integrates related engineering elements for the development of construction documents.
  • Develops specifications, conducts materials research, and selects materials required for renovations and alterations. Reviews drawings and documents to ensure compliance with specifications and standards.
  • Prepares drawings, specifications, and construction documents.
  • Collects and analyzes data on site conditions for preparation of architectural analysis and plans.
  • Completes preliminary architectural studies for new structures and alterations to existing structures and site development.
  • Demonstrates successful project leadership by defining, developing and meeting project requirements, goals, budget and schedule.
  • Ensure the quality and success of projects by managing consultants’ design and recommend design modifications as required in the best interest of the university.
  • Take ownership and be the champion of assigned projects. Effectively lead project teams of design professionals, facility users, and various university departments by exemplifying high standards.
  • Provide organization, leadership, and coordination to the project team.
  • Collaborates as needed in the selection of finishes, fixtures, furniture, and other architectural elements to ensure selections meet needs and all appropriate codes and requirements.
  • Adheres to site, environment, local and federal regulations, building codes, and local planning and zoning laws.
  • Resolves complex design issues with innovative and practical solutions.
  • Selects appropriate materials for use in designs.
  • Writes reports, produces estimated costs, presents proposals to clients for approval, and discusses requirement with clients.
  • Oversees the management  and  maintenance of  job files,  such as  resource  libraries,  schedules,  and procurement and budget  tracking documents.
  • Oversees,  reviews,  and  manages  required correspondence  for  all  aspects  of  design work.
  • Contributes  to  the  university design guidelines  and technical  standards  as  a  subject  matter  expert  in interior design and building aesthetics.
  • Review project documentation to ensure project requirements, quality of design, and compliance with University design standards, as well as appropriate codes and standards.
  • Report current status and coordinate future milestones of projects to all relevant stakeholders and supervisors.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • 5-7 years relevant experience
  • Licensed Architect

Application deadline:

Applications received by October 14, 2021 will be given full consideration. Applications received after that date may be considered until the position is filled.

Annual Salary:

The salary range for this position is $72,445 - $90,556.

**The starting salary will be determined by the qualifications of the selected applicant balanced with departmental budget availability, internal salary equity considerations, and available market information.

Please see nau.jobs for full job descriptions and details on how to apply online!  NAU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 


Construction Project Manager
SIU School of Medicine

Overview:

Under general direction, oversees the effective management of capital projects through all phases including planning, design and construction in accordance with department and university policies, procedures and processes. This position collaborates with engineers, architects, etc. to determine the specifications of each capital project.

To review the position description for this vacancy, please visit our website at https://siumed.hiretouch.com

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

 
 

1)  Bachelor's degree in engineering, construction management, architecture, or a closely related field.
2)  Five (5) years of commercial construction management experience.

*Master's degree in an area consistent with the duties of the position may be substituted for one (1) year of work experience.

Condition of Employment:  Pursuant to the State Universities Civil Service System, an out-of-state resident who is hired into this position must establish Illinois residency within 180 calendar days of their start date.

EXCELLENT BENEFITS:

  • Health, vision, dental and life insurance offered on Day 1 of employment
  • 13 paid holidays per year
  • Choice of retirement plans
  • Generous vacation time
  • Tuition Reimbursement and Tuition Waivers
  • Discount Programs
  • And MORE!

TO APPLY:

  1. Complete an online profile at https://siumed.hiretouch.com/.
  2. Find this Job through the ‘Jobs’ link at the top, left of the page.
  3. Select the 'Apply to Job' button at the bottom of this posting.
  4. Complete the Job Source form, letting us know how you learned about this vacancy.
  5. Complete the required Civil Service Application package forms and upload applicable documents.

Certain requirements may apply for out-of-state applicants.  Please visit https://siumed.edu/hr and review the specific job listing information for details.

Equal Opportunity Employer

 


Executive Director, Design Management
Auburn University

Job Summary

Reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Planning, Design, and Construction, leads a staff of over 35 personnel responsible for all university planning and project designs which includes all four major divisions of Auburn University. Directs the university’s campus planning efforts to include the Campus Master Plan and is responsible for managing all campus planning and space management initiatives. Manages the Auburn University Capital Projects program consisting of 40+ projects valued at roughly $200 million annually. Manages the design process for these capital projects for new campus facilities. In addition, manages the design of all campus maintenance, repair, and renovation projects, consisting of approximately 400 projects in support of approximately 470 existing university buildings.

Essential Functions    

  • Manages the planning, programming, and design for Auburn University capital projects (40+ projects valued at $200 million annually) as well as repair and renovation projects (400 projects valued at $40 million annually). Manages the portfolio of all University design and engineering projects to ensure their successful completion in a timely manner.
  • Leads and directs all Design Management staff and external consulting groups who work in support of the department’s mission to include architects, engineers, campus planners, interior designers, and supervisors. Establishes and administers programs, procedures, and processes to ensure the quality and timely execution of all work performed by the Design Management personnel working on Planning, Design, & Construction projects. Establishes departmental priorities and allocates resources. Establishes training programs, credentialing standards, and mentoring processes aimed at the professional and technical development of personnel.
  • Collaborating with University leaders, such as the Provost, Deans of Colleges and Schools, or Athletic Director, develops facility program requirements for University capital projects and provides support to the Board of Trustees on project approvals and issues.
  • Directs the Campus Planning and Space Management department and the development of the Campus Master Plan, Image and Character Standards, and the Landscape Master Plan. Collaborates with the University Engineer on Campus Design Standards and the Dir, Construction Management on construction issues. Oversees the space management process for campus facilities.
  • Provides guidance, oversight, and overarching direction for all University projects relative to the order, plan, image, character, and coordination of the campus’s physical, service, and system attributes and aesthetics. Evaluates and provides recommendations concerning the long range viability and interrelations of projects.
  • Responsible for the implementation and communication of standard operating procedures, and works collaboratively with the Assistant Vice President of Planning, Design, & Construction to develop policy guidelines. Guides processes for architect, engineering, campus planning or specialty consultant selection and contracting by recommending the appropriate contract and method(s) for delivery of services.
  • Directs and leads the Design Review Committee which reviews all projects that impact the exterior aesthetic of AU Campus and remote properties. Provides recommendations to University senior leaders regarding compliance with the Image and Character Guidelines.
  • Communicates with University leadership, administrators, and department heads to establish  working procedures, project parameters, and facility performance expectations. Collaborates with Facilities Management Client Relations to identify and implement continuous improvement activities to ensure expected quality and service are provided to all customers. Communicates and maintains relationships with external regulatory agencies.
  • Manages the annual operational budget development process for Planning and Design and oversees cost accounting and fund expenditures supporting a consolidated budget of approximately $2.61M. Provides cost estimates on design and engineering expenditures, requirements, and major projects and provides input for the Facilities Division annual budget.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

 

EEO Statement          

A commitment to an inclusive and diverse campus environment is required. Women, underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.

AUBURN UNIVERSITY IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities for all individuals without regard to race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

Apply Link: https://www.auemployment.com/postings/25213

 


Manager I/II, Project Design
Auburn University

Manager I/II, Project Design

Position Details

Position Information

Requisition Number

S1084P

Home Org Name

Planning Design and Construction SC

Division Name

Assoc Vice President Facilities

Position Title

Manager I/II, Project Design

Job Class Code

NC10A/B

Appointment Status

Full-time

Part-time FTE

 

Limited Term

No

Limited Term Length

 

Job Summary

Manages the architectural/engineering design, planning, program development, design/construction, bidding, and contract administration of numerous in-house and contracted projects ranging in scope from less than $50,000 to greater than $100 million. 

Essential Functions

- Presents design representations of project information graphically, in writing, and orally.
- Manages consultant services by enforcing contractual requirements, common industry practice, and university standards. 
- Analyzes, documents, reports, and recommends corrective action concerning the condition of existing facilities to assist in forecasting and prioritizing anticipated costs and needs.
- Designs and illustrates solutions for projects on campus facilities. 
- Manages financial documents to approve and expedite the processing of payments to external providers of goods and services. 
- Manages and reviews design/construction documents to ensure they are accurate and prepared within professional technical standards, university standards, building codes, State Public Works and other applicable laws. 
- Manages and revises project budgets to establish realistic project estimates that keep project costs within established budgets and return excess funds to the funding source.
- Develops, implements, manages and revises project schedule to establish realistic project timelines that keeps project delivery within established deadlines. 
- Develops and manages facility design standards that meet established university guidelines. 
- Performs as a liaison for Facilities to personnel within and outside of the university by representing Facilities in a positive and professional manner. 

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Level

Level I: Bachelors degree in discipline appropriate to position

Field of Study

Degree in Building Science, Architecture, Engineering, or related field 

Years of Experience

Level I: 2 years experience

Area of Experience

Experience in project management and construction 

Requirements for Additional Job Levels

Level II: Bachelors degree in discipline appropriate to position plus 4 years experience. Experience must include at least 2 years at the preceding level or equivalent. 

 

Alternate Minimum Education and Experience (If available)

Education Level

Indicated education is required; no substitutions allowed.

Field of Study

 

Years of Experience

When a candidate has the required education, but lacks the required experience, they may normally apply additional appropriate education toward the experience requirement, at a rate of one (1) year relevant education per year of required experience.

Area of Experience

 

Requirements for Additional Job Levels

 

Minimum Skills, License, and Certifications

Minimum Skills and Abilities

 

Minimum Technology Skills

 

Minimum License and Certifications

Valid Driver’s License

 

Desired Qualifications

Desired Qualifications

Managing Capital projects (over $1 million), Higher-Education projects, and LEED certified projects.

Posting Detail Information

Salary Grade

33

Salary Range

$39,300 - $86,400

Job Category

Executive/Director/Management

Working Hours if Non-Traditional

 

City position is located in:

Auburn

State position is located:

Alabama

List any hazardous conditions or physical demands required by this position

 

Posting Date

09/09/2021

Closing Date

09/23/2021

EEO Statement

A commitment to an inclusive and diverse campus environment is required. Women, underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.



AUBURN UNIVERSITY IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities for all individuals without regard to race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

Special Instructions to Applicants

Special Instructions to Applicants:

· Only completed applications will be considered, so please provide all requested information in each section.  This should include all employment history and required application documents.  

· If required, be sure to attach cover letter and resume.

· Please include a copy of any required or relevant certifications/licenses in the “Other Documents” section.

· Please answer all supplemental questions completely and accurately.

Quick Link for Internal Postings

https://www.auemployment.com/postings/25018

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter

Optional Documents

None

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  1. * Please provide how you first became aware of this opportunity. Your response helps us determine how we can more effectively reach our candidates.

(Open Ended Question)

  1. * Do you have a Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited institution in Building Science, Architecture, Engineering, or related field?
    • Yes
    • No
  2. * Do you have a minimum of 2 years' experience in project management and construction OR a Master's degree from an accredited institution to use in lieu of experience?
  3. Yes
  4. No
  5. * Please describe your related experience in detail and provide the job titles of the positions in which you obtained it. "Please see resume" is not a valid answer.

(Open Ended Question)

  1. * Do you have a valid Drivers License?
    • Yes
    • No

Plan Review Engineer (Electrical Plan Engineer)
George Mason University

Plan Review Engineer (Electrical Plan Engineer)

George Mason University’s, University Building Office is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic person for it’s Plan Review Engineer (Electrical Plan Engineer).  This position will report directly to the University Building Official and will work at our Fairfax, Virginia campus.  The working hours for this position will be Monday – Friday, from 7:30am – 3:30pm.  George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.

About the Position:
The successful candidate for this position will be a licensed Professional Electrical Engineer and will perform interdisciplinary reviews of plans and documents for large multifaceted structures at a nationally recognized research University. Complex engineering and constructability analysis related to work covered by the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code, the National Electric Code, NFPA 72, other referenced standards, Virginia Statewide Fire Code, and GMU Design Standards for new construction, renovations, and repairs of educational, commercial, industrial, one and two family dwellings, and other structures to assure compliance with the code and related regulations prior to permit issuance.  Conducts interdisciplinary inspections throughout all phases of construction to verify compliance with codes and related regulations during construction. Evaluates proposed alternative designs to determine whether equivalent measures are provided. Analysis and decisions require engineering and constructability expertise as they affect life safety. The work shall be performed in a complex and fast-paced setting requiring professional expertise, attention to details, and client assistance. Other related duties as required under the supervision of the University Building Official.

Required Qualifications/Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Substantial knowledge and experience with all Electrical standards referenced by the VUSBC;
  • Must have significant experience in the complex calculations and evaluations of Electrical systems, engineering/architectural principles and practices of design, construction, and inspection processes for large and small projects;
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, including those requiring expedited review and action;
  • Progressive, resourceful and flexible; able to effectively navigate in a setting that involves numerous parties, internal and external stakeholders with differing perspectives, interests and goals;
  • Must have the ability to resolve issues in an amicable manner and promote a team approach to problem solving;
  • Have outstanding interpersonal skills when interacting with a myriad of personalities;
  • Able to balance the ability to listen and solicit input with the capacity to make analytical and objective decisions in conformance with adopted codes and regulations;
  • Ability to work independently and prioritize project work appropriately;
  • Exhibit leadership and fortitude to uphold findings that may not always be popular;
  • Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions; to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagrammatic form; and to deal with several abstract and concrete variables;
  • Ability to move about construction sites and commercial/residential properties in a safe and effective manner in small spaces and walk or perform work tasks on uneven surfaces to perform inspections;
  • Normal visual acuity, field of vision, hearing, and speaking are necessary;
  • Ability to move about construction sites and commercial/residential properties in a safe and effective manner;
  • Must currently possess an appropriate, active, valid motor vehicle operator’s license that meets all of GMU’s requirements for operating state vehicles and equipment under Mason’s Vehicle Use Policy 1411 https://universitypolicy.gmu.edu/policies/vehicle-use/. The Office of Risk Management reserves the right to review the driver’s licenses and Motor Vehicle Reports (MVRs) of all candidates selected with employment contingent upon a favorable review.

Education, Licenses, and/or Certifications:
An ABET accredited Bachelor of Engineering degree is required.  A Bachelor or Master of Engineering degree with an emphasis on building systems or mechanical engineering is preferred;

Must be able to use computer-based applications including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Suite and Bluebeam Revu.  Powerpoint, Word and Excel programs.  CAD and GIS experience is helpful;

Virginia-Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) is required.  Professional Engineers licensed in another State must have the ability to become licensed in Virginia within one year. 

Special Instructions to Applicants 
For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number FA92HZ at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and upload a cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references with contact information.

George Mason University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, committed to promoting inclusion and equity in its community. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or veteran status, or any characteristic protected by law.

 


Plan Review Engineer (Mechanical Plan Engineer)
George Mason University

Plan Review Engineer (Mechanical Plan Engineer)

George Mason University’s University Building Office is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic person for its Plan Review Engineer (Mechanical Plan Engineer).  This position will report directly to the University Building Officer and will work at our Fairfax, Virginia campus.  The working hours for this position will be Monday – Friday, from 7:30am – 3:30pm.  George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.

About the Position:

The successful candidate for this position will be a licensed Professional Mechanical Engineer and will perform interdisciplinary reviews of plans and documents for large multifaceted structures at a nationally recognized research University. Complex engineering and constructability analysis related to work covered by the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code, the National Electric Code, NFPA 72, other referenced standards, Virginia Statewide Fire Code, and GMU Design Standards for new construction, renovations, and repairs of educational, commercial, industrial, one and two family dwellings, and other structures to assure compliance with the code and related regulations prior to permit issuance.  Conducts interdisciplinary inspections throughout all phases of construction to verify compliance with codes and related regulations during construction. Evaluate proposed alternative designs to determine whether equivalent measures are provided. Analysis and decisions require engineering and constructability expertise as they affect life safety. Work shall be performed in a complex and fast-paced setting requiring professional expertise, attention to details, and client assistance. Other related duties as required under the supervision of the University Building Official.

Required Qualifications/Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Substantial knowledge and experience with all Mechanical standards referenced by the VUSBC;
  • Must have significant experience in the complex calculations and evaluations of HVAC and Plumbing systems, engineering/architectural principles and practices of design, construction, and inspection processes for large and small projects;
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, including those requiring expedited review and action;
  • Progressive, resourceful and flexible; able to effectively navigate in a setting that involves numerous parties, internal and external stakeholders with differing perspectives, interests and goals;
  • Must have the ability to resolve issues in an amicable manner and promote a team approach to problem solving;
  • Must have outstanding interpersonal skills when interacting with a myriad of personalities;
  • Able to balance the ability to listen and solicit input with the capacity to make analytical and objective decisions in conformance with adopted codes and regulations; 
  • Ability to work independently and prioritize project work appropriately;
  • Exhibit leadership and fortitude to uphold findings that may not always be popular;
  • Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions; to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagrammatic form; and to deal with several abstract and concrete variables;
  • Normal visual acuity, field of vision, hearing, and speaking are necessary;
  • Ability to move about construction sites and commercial/residential properties in a safe and effective manner in small spaces and walk or perform work tasks on uneven surfaces to perform inspections;
  • Must currently possess an appropriate, active, valid motor vehicle operator’s license that meets all of GMU’s requirements for operating state vehicles and equipment under Mason’s Vehicle Use Policy 1411 https://universitypolicy.gmu.edu/policies/vehicle-use/ The Office of Risk Management reserves the right to review the driver’s licenses and Motor Vehicle Reports (MVRs) of all candidates selected with employment contingent upon a favorable review.

Education, Licenses, and/or Certifications:

  • An ABET accredited Bachelor of Engineering degree is required.  A Bachelor or Master of Engineering degree with an emphasis on building systems or mechanical engineering is preferred;
  • Must be able to use computer-based applications including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Suite and Bluebeam Revu.  PowerPoint, Word and Excel programs.  CAD and GIS experience is helpful;
  • Virginia-Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) is required.  Professional Engineers licensed in another state must have the ability to become licensed in Virginia within one year. 

Special Instructions to Applicants 

For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number FA94Hz at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and upload a cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references with contact information.

George Mason University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, committed to promoting inclusion and equity in its community. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or veteran status, or any characteristic protected by law.

 


Project Manager (Multiple positions)
University of Maine System

To respond to a significant increase in Capital investments in our Universities, we are seeking to increase our Project Management staff by up to five positions across the state.

The Project Manager maintains responsibility for the completion of assigned University construction, renovation, remodeling, repair, and other projects related to operations and programmatic needs, while ensuring a safe, modern, efficient and effective environment for our students, employees and public.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Acts as owner’s representative for building renovation and construction projects through the full lifecycle of a project, from project idea through procurement and to successful final completion.
  • Provides direction and support to building committees throughout the capital renovation/capital construction process.
  • Negotiates design and construction agreements and handles other activities associated with the bidding and awarding of design and construction contracts, as required.
  • Ensures an orderly and timely flow of project documentation and financial accounting for capital projects.
  • Ensures construction work is in compliance with plans and specifications.  Monitors and inspects construction work in all phases of construction to assure quality and completeness.  Authorized to make necessary changes to yield the desired end result.
  • Acts as Facilities Management liaison with designers, consultants and contractors during construction process.
  • Works effectively and cooperatively with other members of the Facilities Management team, University administration, the campus communities, and external clients and customers.  Develops and maintains professional relationships based upon courtesy, civility and mutual respect.

Budget Responsibilities:

  • Develops project cost estimates, develops budgets, and manages multi-million dollar construction projects within available budgets.
  • Assists in development of project and construction budgets, maintains accurate records of purchases, expenditures and processes appropriate charges.

Qualifications:

  • Typically requires the education of a relevant Bachelor’s degree with substantial experience in a responsible position involving building renovation, alteration and new building construction.  An equivalent combination of appropriate formal education and significant leadership and management experience in the construction industry/field may be accepted in lieu of the Bachelor’s degree requirement.
  • Previous successful experience organizing and managing multiple priorities, activities and projects concurrently.
  • Previous experience in project management.
  • Knowledge and skills in preparation of plans, specifications, purchase requisitions, bids, quotes, record keeping and payment in accordance with standard construction practices.
  • Knowledge of building codes and standards such as BOCA, NFPA, NEC, ADA.
  • Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Other Information:

Review of applications begins immediately.  To ensure full consideration, materials should be submitted by October 15, 2021.  Materials received after that date will be considered at the discretion of the University.

The successful applicant is subject to appropriate background screening and a post offer physical.

For Full job description and to apply visit:  https:/maine.hiretouch.com

 


Senior Director of Projects
The Ohio State University - Wexner Medical Center

The Senior Director of Projects for the Wexner Medical Center Project Team within the Office of Design and Construction will provide detailed and focused leadership regarding the planning, design, and physical construction and renovation of Wexner Medical Center facilities, The Ohio State University Health Science Colleges and Veterinary Medicine buildings. The Senior Director of Projects will report directly to the Assistant Vice President for Facilities Design and Construction and lead a team which includes a Director of Projects and 18 to 20 (will likely grow to 25) Senior Project Managers, Project Managers, and Construction Managers. This position will partner directly with the Associate Vice President of Facilities for the Wexner Medical Center along with many senior leaders, business and financial managers, internal customers and stakeholders, and the Facilities Operations and Development organization (FOD), including Operations and Engineering within the Medical Center and University.

Required Qualifications

  • Background in architecture and/or construction management with experience in medical center projects and experience with regulatory requirements within a highly complex medical system. 
  • Bachelor's degree in architecture, business admin, engineering, or equivalent education/experience. 
  • 10 to 15 years’ experience planning and managing complex construction projects.
  • Certified Project Management Professional, Registered Architect, and Licensed Professional Engineer.
  • Demonstrated track record in directing a significant project management team.
  • Solid knowledge of state and local building codes, healthcare codes and standards, and industry best practices and licensing requirements. Detailed working knowledge of building systems, design, and construction techniques.
  • Experience with healthcare projects along with a solid knowledge of healthcare design standards, healthcare architecture, operational and equipment requirements, sustainable construction. Solid understanding of building construction methods and materials as well as MEP systems.
  • Experience in leading and managing construction and facility management staff. Experience negotiating contracts.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead diverse teams and build consensus.
  • Knowledge and experience with large and small project contracts, including the General Conditions, and related documents.
  • Excellent communication skills. Strong organizational, time management, presentation skills and attention to detail. Ability to communicate in a clear, concise, and professional manner both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to listen and understand information and ideas presented as well as communicate information and ideas in speaking and writing.
  • Ability to manage multiple, unrelated projects simultaneously. Ability to work under pressure of tight deadlines. Ability to work independently on multiple tasks without immediate and constant supervision.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, communication skills, leadership skills, and mentorship skills.
  • Understand appropriate industry technologies and software.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, and a knowledge of eBuilder and workday is a plus.
  • CADD experience preferred.

Contact:

Matt Lesher, Senior Managing Consultant

E: MattL@helblingsearch.com

O: (724) 935-7500 x114

www.helblingsearch.com

Visit our posting to view the entire position description.

Ohio State is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.