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Associate Vice President for Infrastructure Planning, Management and Sustainability
Colorado School of Mines

Job Purpose:

The Associate Vice President for Infrastructure Planning, Management and Sustainability (AVP) provides strategic leadership for the university physical planning, development, and operations of campus facilities and grounds. This includes strategic development and management of the campus through real estate acquisition, master planning, design, construction, operations, maintenance, renewal of campus facilities, deferred maintenance, utility systems, infrastructure, capital planning, space management, sustainability, creation of a safe working and learning environment, parking, fleet and transportation services.


Reporting to the Executive Vice President and COO, CFO and Treasurer (EVP), the AVP will oversee the offices of Capital Planning and Design; Facilities Management; Environmental Health & Safety; Office of Design and Construction; Sustainability; Administration; Parking, Fleet and Transportation Services. Through this oversight, the AVP will oversee the strategic development of the annual and long-term capital outlay, capital maintenance, and operational budgets; directing planning and construction design; ensuring that the culture and practices enables a diverse and inclusive environment; and perform other related duties as required.


The AVP must have a high degree of knowledge of financial planning and its short- and long-term impact on the university’s financial position. The AVP will employ effective strategies when planning resources to ensure that cost efficiencies are balanced with strong service and quality levels. The AVP also leads the evaluation and management of strategic infrastructure development and financing approaches that are in the best interest of the university which includes but is not limited to public, private, partnerships.

The AVP coordinates with and presents to executive leadership, state agencies, the legislature, county, local agencies, and respective communities.


• Required: Bachelor's degree in a related field such as engineering, business, construction management.

• Preferred: Master’s degree and/or professional certification such as Professional Engineer, Licensed Architect, or LEED/LEED-AP certification.

• Minimum fifteen years related experience including 7+ years leadership experience.

• Demonstrated success in planning, developing and implementing complex strategic goals and program initiatives that require effective resource management over short and long timeframes.

• Track record of success completing large capital projects.

• Substantial experience in change management.

• Broad knowledge of facilities management and operations, infrastructure, landscape and building construction, and design.

• Complex budget and resource management.

• Previous success in real estate development, large-scale vendor management, large contract negotiation, creation of construction and maintenance metrics, risk assessment, public/private partnerships, workplace safety & accident prevention, utility financial planning and forecasting, strategic planning, and capital financing.

• Strong knowledge of fundamental principles of construction and maintenance operations.

• Knowledge of Environmental Health & Safety regulations.

• Knowledge of effective personnel administration, people management, and leadership.

• Progressive responsibility as a facilities development and operations leader in a highly complex organization, with significant experience supervising large teams, and providing oversight for financial and technical resources.

• Demonstrated knowledge and ability coordinating activities of multifaceted operations that provide support and services to a diverse constituency in a customer service centered manner

• Demonstrated effectiveness in negotiations with internal and external constituencies to meet the needs of the University and arrive at effective solutions.

• Ability to work effectively and purposefully during crises and emergency response conditions.

• Demonstrated knowledge of budgetary development and control principles relating to full scope of duties.

• Ability to analyze, and provide recommended action on information gathered through a variety of methods (i.e. surveys, focus groups, best practices, strategic initiatives, etc.).


For detailed information on the job, total compensation, and application  please see our posting at:


Chief Administrative Superintendent Building and Grounds
Bronx Community College

Job Title: Chief Administrative Superintendent of Building & Grounds, Level 4 - Physical Plant Services

Job ID: 22265

Location: Bronx Community College

Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Regular/Temporary: Regular



This is a management class of positions. Incumbent performs related work.

Under executive direction, with the widest latitude for the exercise of independent judgment and action, serves as the chief in charge of Campus buildings and grounds.

·       Is responsible for promoting and enhancing efficient and safe management, operation and maintenance of all campus buildings and grounds under his/her control.

·       Serves as advisor to the senior executives of the college.

·       Directs the work of one or more Administrative Superintendents of Campus Buildings and Grounds.

·       Coordinates strategic, emergency or short range planning activities for safe operation of buildings and grounds.

·       Is responsible for adherence to City, State, and Federal codes and regulations including the handling and removal of toxic materials from the campus buildings and grounds.

·       Sets policies for garbage removal including toxic wastes; directs and develops recycling programs.

·       Provides expert advice and direction regarding EPA and OSHA regulations and standards.

·       Participates in policy planning and implementation concerning all matters under his/her jurisdiction.

·       Is responsible for development of job standards for hourly personnel.

·       Is responsible for administrative and/or ancillary functions required by and in support of the operations and functions of the department including personnel, training and development, labor relations, discipline, budget preparation and implementation.

·       Reviews and comments on major construction projects or renovations as requested by appropriate college and University administrators.

·       Responsible within limits for the purchase of materials and equipment needed for the department, in adherence with the University purchasing regulations.

·       Ensures necessary certification of staff to accomplish standardized and quality work.

·       Reports and makes recommendations to the senior executives of the college.



Chief Administrative Superintendent Building and Grounds





Bronx Community College (BCC) of The City University of New York offers more than 30 academic programs that prepare students for their education at a four-year college as well as to continue with achieving their goal and careers. Located on a 44.6-acre tree-lined campus, the campus consists of 32 buildings occupying 1,275,304 square feet of building space. BCC is home to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans, the country's first hall of fame. The College provides its approximately 11,500 students with quality academic programs, outstanding faculty, and flexible class schedules. BCC is a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), with students representing approximately 100 countries. In October 2012, the BCC campus was declared a National Historic Landmark, becoming the country's first community college campus to receive such a designation.

In addition to the General Duties, the Chief Administrative Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds will be responsible for overseeing:

• Develop, coordinate, monitor and manage the campus maintenance program including: scheduled and unscheduled repairs, renovation and/or construction, developing, coordinating and monitoring class schedules, development and review of maintenance policy and procedures, ensuring compliance of staff with established maintenance policy and procedures, and assessment of maintenance training needs.

• Estimation and administration of annual departmental budget requirements for custodial, laborer, maintenance, skilled trades and power plant staff and functions.

• Inspection of facilities plant and major infrastructure systems and equipment to determine the need for repair, alteration, and maintenance.

• Development and implementation of extensive and continuous training programs for custodial services and other staff in all aspects of building cleaning and maintenance systems, equipment, chemical use and storage, EHS compliance, customer service, energy savings, recycling, new hire orientation, and special post requirements.

• Maintenance of accurate control and issuance of inventory for all materials, supplies, and equipment.

• Function as a key liaison for oversight of maintenance and service contracts and prepare detailed specifications for maintenance and service contracts.

• Function as a key liaison for faculty and staff instructional and office environmental needs.

• Manage and monitor service requests and the work order system to ensure all staff activities are fully reported and issue reports monthly.

• Recommend strategies for proactively addressing relevant sustainability issues.

• Participate in cross-functional teams and campus planning.

This position is deemed essential and as such must be able to respond to and assist with managing any and all emergencies including snow, hurricane, flooding, and other OEM designated building and campus emergencies.


The complete position announcement can be found at:


Director of Enterprise Space Management
Carnegie Mellon University

At Carnegie Mellon University, Facilities Management and Campus Services (FMCS) defines our core activities through stewardship of university facilities and happiness of our customers. In order to carry out these strategically important activities, we focus on the areas of technological enhancement, process improvement, quality assurance, and collaboration.

Carnegie Mellon University is seeking a creative, cooperative Director who will manage projects in varying complexity and size initiated at the executive level.  Manage teams through all phases including space information collection, management, and governance.  Ensures that project plans, scopes, work breakdown structures, schedules, risks, budget and deliverables are in alignment with all project goals and objectives.  Achieves project goals and objectives on time and within budget.  Focuses on managing team members and ensuring they achieve their project goals and initiatives.  Works independently and guide project team while developing stakeholder relationships and maintaining confidentiality.


Core responsibilities will include:

  • Responsible for the development and maintenance of Facility Information Management System (FIMS), which includes the campus land, facility, and space inventory.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple deadlines and work with all levels of staff across various departments.
  • Well-developed problem resolution, analytical, and research skills. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to work with people at all levels of the university.
  • Meet with/report to executive steering committee to prioritize projects, review data governance and report progress of ongoing initiatives.
  • Plan, develop, and manage periodic surveys to ensure that space data is accurate and complete working with academic and administrative departments to determine current assignment and use of space.
  • Plan and manage the program to ensure that Space Information for new construction and renovations is updated in a timely manner.
  • Ensure that space is classified according to the US Department of Education Postsecondary Education Facilities and Classification Manual and the OMB Circular A-21 definitions.
  • Train members of the University community in the use of Space Information and related systems.
  • Develop analysis tools and provide space information floor plans to administrators who manage space for campus planning studies.
  • Provide space information floor plans and analysis in a variety of forms.
  • Supervise, train and provide for professional development of professional and clerical support staff.
  • Hire and oversee the work performed by outside consultants.
  • Develops and implements policies and design architecture of information systems across multiple platforms enabling analyses of complex space data.
  • Manages and oversees the integration of facilities data (including space data, floor plans, risk management archives, record drawings and other facility documentation) from across multiple platforms to provide internal and external constituents convenient access through efficient systems
  • Develops facility & space studies, reports and surveys associated with teaching, research, public service and administrative functions.
  • Provides facility and space data to internal and external constituents for use in monitoring and reporting compliance in many areas of operations including, but not limited to, safety, research, facility management, continuity planning and budget & resource planning.
  • Develops long-range strategies for the maintenance of the FIMS systems, facility archives and document management system by identifying needs and staffing requirements, and by establishing implementation plans and procedures.
  • Hires, trains, develops and manages the team that provides technical expertise to the department in areas of AutoCAD, GIS, CAFM/IWMS, archival functions, web design and data visualization.
  • Other duties as assigned


Flexibility, perfection, and passion are vital qualities within FMCS. Inclusion, collaboration and cultural sensitivity are valued competencies at CMU. Therefore, you should be able to effectively interact with a dynamic population of internal and external partners at a high level of integrity. We are looking for someone who shares our values and who will support the mission of the university through their work.



Bachelor's Degree in Library Sciences, Information Knowledge, Architecture, Engineering, Business, Planning, or a related field required. Master’s Degree preferred.


Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience in roles demonstrating how data informs decisions required. 


Preferred experience in space/facilities information management, decision support systems, archival management, project management, preferably in higher education space planning or management.


PMP Certification preferred.



  • Successful background check



COVID-19 Condition of Employment

  • As a condition of employment, Carnegie Mellon University requires all staff and faculty working in Pennsylvania, California, Washington D.C., New York and Virginia to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.  Prior to commencement of employment, new hires must provide proof of their vaccination or have an approved exemption.

  • New employees requesting a medical, religious or strong moral or ethical conviction exemption from the vaccine must complete and submit an exemption request form for review and approval. To receive the appropriate exemption request form, contact Employees with approved exemptions will be required to comply with all applicable COVID-19 mitigation requirements including use of facial coverings, Daily Self-Assessment and Weekly Tartan Testing.


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Executive Director for Parking and Transportation-VCAS (Job ID #153296)
University of Illinois Chicago

Executive Director for Parking and Transportation-VCAS (Job ID #153296)

University of Illinois Chicago

Position Summary

The University of Illinois Chicago is seeking an experienced Executive Director for Parking and Transportation. This newly-established position reports to the Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services and is responsible for leading and managing campus Parking Services, Transportation Services, Grounds Services and Mail Services and the more than 200 employees who work in those areas.

The Executive Director will manage an annual budget of $4.2M along with self-supporting funds with annual combined revenues of $1.8M and a Parking Services auxiliary fund with annual revenues of $17M. They will also manage the capital repair and renewal of parking structures and surface lots and make recommendations about bond financing for new development.

In addition, the Executive Director will develop and implement policies and procedures for Parking, Transportation, Grounds and Mail Services that ensure a safe campus environment, enhance customer service, create operational efficiencies and provide transparency for charges and expenses.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lead, plan and direct the combined operations of campus Parking, Transportation, Grounds, and Mail Services.
  • Manage campus Parking operations, including repair and replacement of parking structures and surface lots, the annual rate review process, implementation of new equipment and technologies, and communication to campus.
  • Manage campus Transportation operations, including trucks, cars and refuse collection. Determine actual campus service needs and inventory of vehicles, fleet and implements to meet those needs. Manage fleet inventory and make recommendations for replacement or equipment lease.
  • Manage the Grounds services team to establish and meet Association of Physical Plant Administrators (APPA) level of service standards.
  • Manage campus Mail Service operations and lead the effort to create efficiencies in the sorting and delivery of campus mail.
  • Work with the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services (OVCAS) Business Services team to plan, project and manage funds for multiple self-supporting plans, including rate development and chargebacks for services.
  • Work with central Business Services team to create a leased vehicle program for campus rental vehicles and fleet vehicles in Facilities Management, Police and other OVCAS units.
  • Evaluate existing programs and develop and enact operational improvements and efficiencies across service lines.
  • Develop and maintain strategic relationships with other university stakeholders for all service lines.

Desired Qualifications and Skills

Qualified candidates should possess a bachelor's degree in business or a related field and a minimum of ten years' experience managing a university auxiliary, transportation, parking, or grounds department or a similar operation. They should also have experience managing large teams of employees and experience managing union and civil service employees is preferred. They should also have experience working in an urban university setting with a decentralized campus structure.

The successful candidate will possess strong leadership and customer service skills as well as a demonstrated ability to lead multiple service lines and identify opportunities to streamline operations. They should be proficient in interpreting data sets and able to make projections for future operations. They should also be able to effectively communicate strategies and plans to multiple stakeholders.

How to Apply

Apply online at: by November 4, 2021.

  • A resume and a cover letter are required.
  • Incomplete applications will not be considered.

About the University of Illinois Chicago

With approximately 33,000 students and more than 13,000 employees, the University of Illinois Chicago is Chicago's largest public research university and second-largest university employer. UIC has 16 top-ranking colleges and a health sciences system that includes a hospital, clinics and seven health sciences colleges. Our mission, for our students and community, as well as for our faculty and staff, is to provide equitable access to excellence and success.

UIC offers competitive salaries and benefits including health, dental and vision insurance and paid holiday and leave time.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, protected veteran status, or status as an individual with a disability.

Offers of employment by the University of Illinois may be subject to approval by the University's Board of Trustees and are made contingent upon the candidate's successful completion of any criminal background checks and other pre-employment assessments that may be required for the position being offered. Additional information regarding such pre-employment checks and assessments may be provided as applicable during the hiring process.

The University of Illinois System requires candidates selected for hire to disclose any documented finding of sexual misconduct or sexual harassment and to authorize inquiries to current and former employers regarding findings of sexual misconduct or sexual harassment.


Executive Director of University Housing
Auburn University

Chartered in 1856 and established as the first land-grant college in the South in 1872, Auburn University today enrolls nearly 31,000 students in over 150 programs of study. Ideally located on 1,841 acres just one hour from the state capital of Montgomery and two hours from Atlanta, GA, Auburn is the second largest university in Alabama and one of the state's two public flagship universities. Classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very High Research Activity,” and producing five Rhodes Scholars and five Truman Scholars, Auburn University remains on the educational forefront with its traditional blend of arts and applied science, changing with the needs of today while living with a respect for the traditions and spirit that are Auburn. With over 300 student clubs and organizations from which to choose, a 20:1 student/faculty ratio, and an exciting Division I athletics program that competes in the Southeastern Conference, Auburn is a seminal destination for living, working, and a world class education.

The Position

Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, the Executive Director for University Housing (Executive Director) provides vision, leadership, and strategic direction for the University’s comprehensive student housing program, accommodating over 4,000 students in on-campus residence halls and leased off-campus apartment complexes, as well as Property Management Services, which provides custodial and maintenance support to both University Housing and Campus Dining. The Executive Director effectively manages the University Housing and Property Management budgets, ensuring sound fiscal operations; coordinates the development of short- and long-range plans for the maintenance and improvement of University-owned housing facilities; manages master off-campus leases for nearby apartment complexes; supports, in collaboration with the Director of Property Management Services and the Director of Campus Dining and Concessions, the creation of renovation, refreshment, and capital project plans; and provides oversight and guidance for the summer conference program, guest and transient housing program, and other activities to ensure a high level of space utilization of housing facilities annually. Additionally, the Executive Director monitors student housing applications and assignment data to determine the accuracy of projected occupancy; establishes departmental priorities supporting student learning and success; evaluates and ensures departmental effectiveness and efficiency through on-going data collection and assessment efforts; and engages a diverse student body and workforce in fostering a welcoming, supportive, and inclusive environment that promotes connection to campus life.


A master's degree in higher education, education, management, business administration, or a related field is required, with at least ten years of progressively responsible leadership experience within student housing and residence life in a university setting, including experience in budget planning, personnel management, student development, program evaluation, facilities management, and operations.

The successful candidate should have extensive working knowledge of housing operations, assignments, residence life functions, and trends related to housing, student conduct, and dining; demonstrated ability to successfully perform managerial responsibilities in a complex regulatory, legal, policy, and political environment that best meets the needs of the students, department, division, and university; and a proven record of successful staff supervision and motivation, providing solid organizational leadership at all times. The ability to solve complex issues; demonstrated experience and the ability to interact with diverse constituents; strong interpersonal and human relations skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills; and knowledge of applicable laws (Clery Act, FERPA, VAWA, Title IX, Fair Housing Act, HIPPA, etc.) are highly desirable.

Application and Nomination

Review of applications will begin November 5, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at Nominations for this position may be emailed to J. Scott Derrick at Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

Visit the Auburn University website at and the University Housing website at

Auburn University recognizes its ethical and legal obligation to provide a work environment in which employment opportunities are open to all qualified individuals without discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex (which includes sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression), age, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or genetic information. The University affirms its commitment to this principle and to an affirmative action program which not only establishes the goal of achieving equal opportunity in employment, but which also detects and eliminates any elements of discrimination in employment which may be found to exist within the institution. The University also commits itself to maintaining on a nondiscriminatory basis the conditions for continuing employment and for individual advancement within the job structure of the University.



Facilities Manager
California State University, Bakersfield

California State University, Bakersfield


Posting #21-066-BK


(Administrator I)

Position Purpose: Within the Facilities Management Services department, the Facilities Manager is responsible for planning, coordinating, and directing all daily activities related to the mechanical and building trade functions of the university, including carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, painting, vehicular operations, and general maintenance. This person is also required to negotiate and lead various construction/renovation projects in partnership with the project manager from Capital Planning, Design, and Construction. Finally, this position is the energy manager for the campus and the fleet manager as well.


• Identify and manage campus

• Lead deferred maintenance projects.

• Maintain safety training

• Review, update and maintain departmental policy

• Manage Maintenance and Deferred Maintenance Budgets

• Disaster Service Worker

The position will remain open until filled. To view full job description and to apply, use the following link:

California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) opened in 1970 as the 19th campus of the 23 campuses within The California State University (CSU) system. As the only public four-year institution within a 100-mile radius, CSUB is committed to being a comprehensive regional university and strives for academic excellence. Our four schools offer majors in 31 undergraduate degree programs, seven credential programs, and 17 graduate degree programs. CSUB serves more than 10,000 students including the campus in Antelope Valley, counts approximately 50,000 alumni from its four schools, and serves a socially and ethnically diverse population. Under new campus leadership, CSUB is currently experiencing a vibrant period for strategic thinking, planned growth, and creative change. The city of Bakersfield has a population of 347,483 and has one of the lowest housing costs in the state. The city of Los Angeles, the Pacific Ocean, Mojave Desert, and Sierra Nevada mountains are all within a one to two-hour drive from either campus. Candidates are encouraged to visit the University’s web site:


Sustainability Coordinator
Reed College

Reed College seeks an inspiring and collaborative person to be our first Sustainability Coordinator.  This person in this position will effectively engage the Reed community by using narrative to advocate for sustainability efforts on campus. The Sustainability Coordinator will empower the campus community through guidance, direction, support and mentorship toward sustainable practices and initiatives to reduce the College’s impact on the environment. This position will encourage ongoing sustainable programs and work closely with leaders to develop a culture of innovation, creativity and engagement. This role reports to the Director of Environmental Health Safety and Risk Management

Reed College offers an exceptional benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with 10% employer contribution (after one year of service), educational assistance for employees and their children, 22 days of paid vacation, paid holidays, half-day Fridays in the summer, and many other campus amenities. This is a full-time, exempt role with work hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with a one hour unpaid lunch. Starting salary for this position is $65,000 per year. 

Application Instructions

Visit for the full announcement and to apply. Applications will be considered as they are submitted so you are encouraged to apply early. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. 



Assistant Director, Housing Facilities Custodial Services Operations
University of Colorado Boulder

The University of Colorado Boulder is seeking applicants for an Assistant Director (AD) for Housing Facilities, Custodial Services Operations! The AD has leadership responsibility for the environmental services and custodial activities for 25 residence halls, 6 family housing complexes, 5 dining rooms, CU Children’s Center, the Chancellor’s Residence, and additional auxiliary buildings. The AD is responsible for the development and management of a $6 million operating budget, personnel and contract services budget, personnel and resource allocation needs, and contribution to HFS critical initiative planning. The position provides a common view across zones within housing controlled buildings to ensure a consistent delivery of services and products to all customers—residents, departmental staff, and campus constituencies. The successful candidate will also be responsible for the hiring and progressive management process for environmental services staff. 

The University of Colorado Boulder is committed to building a culturally diverse community of faculty, staff, and students dedicated to contributing to an inclusive campus environment. We are an Equal Opportunity employer, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Who We Are

Housing Facilities Services (HFS) is a comprehensive facility management operation that provides around-the-clock support to over 10,000 residents and 20,000 conference guests annually. Services include maintenance, repair, renovation, project management, capital construction, housekeeping, and groundskeeping operations. HFS has approximately 190 full-time employees, as well as approximately 80 part-time and student staff, who all strive to give residents the best living experience possible.

What Your Key Responsibilities Will Be

  • Planning, Innovation, and New Process Development
  • Operations Leadership
  • Management of Key Performance Metrics
  • Human Resource Management, Budget, Finance and Analysis
  • Environmental Services Operations Management & Customer Service
  • Compliance, Fire, Life and Health Safety, Environmental Initiatives

What You Should Know 

This position is required to be in-person. Our targeted start date is January 3, 2022.

What We Can Offer 

The hiring pay range is $76,000 to $94,514. Onboarding assistance is available within Student Affairs division guidelines.


The University of Colorado offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, retirement, paid time off, tuition benefit and ECO Pass. The University of Colorado Boulder is one of the largest employers in Boulder County and offers an inspiring higher education environment. 

What We Require

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience may substitute.
  • At least four (4)+ years of job related experience, including lead or supervision experience.
  • A valid driver's license. 

What You Will Need

  • Experienced with Microsoft Office suite of products and work management systems.
  • Experienced with process improvement.
  • Ability to manage a diverse staff.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Demonstrated negotiating skills.

What We Would Like You To Have 

  • Master's degree from an accredited University in Environmental Science, Business, Public Administration or related field.
  • Five years of supervision experience in operations with an emphasis on customer service.
  • Experience leading people and managing processes in multicultural work environment.
  • Two years of experience developing and implementing continuous improvement initiatives.
  • Experience running budgets and profit/loss of a department.
  • Fire Life Safety Knowledge and experience.
  • Experience in auditing and root cause analysis and corrective action planning for workplace injury.
  • Demonstrated experience in human resource management.
  • Proven experience in strategic and tactical activities.

Please apply by November 2, 2021 for consideration.

To apply to this position, please visit:


Associate Director of Facilities Management - Grounds, Landscape & Hauling
Grinnell College

Grinnell College is a top ranked Liberal Arts institution that values of diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice, intellectual freedom, and social responsibility. We seek candidates that align with our values and have the ability and desire to advance diversity, equity, social justice, and belonging within our community and the communities we engage. Ideal candidates will be prepared to collaborate and contribute to the mission and values of the college across all constituencies

Position is responsible for all aspects of comprehensive planning, managing, directing, supervising and maintaining of the overall appearance of the college’s grounds and landscaping.  This is carried out through supervision of assigned Grounds Department staff, coordination with other Facilities Management trade shops, various departments and contractors. These responsibilities require extensive knowledge, ability and supervision in planning, initiating, and maintaining a comprehensive grounds maintenance program.

Other Responsibilities

  • Develops landscape features, grounds maintenance expectations, landscape design standards, and landscape installation implementation
  • Serves as the professional grounds and landscaping consultant for the college
  • Leads planning and set up of large-scale events
  • Manages the moving of furniture, equipment, and supplies
  • Manages mail/package delivery
  • Oversees compost and recycling efforts of the college

Minimum Qualifications:

  • The ability to manage and supervise multiple employees at once
  • Able to review and evaluate landscape plans to determine proper plant, material and placement for proper growth, development, and design intent
  • Bachelor’s degree or combination of Associate Degree and commensurate years of experience
  • 5 years of experience
  • Values Diversity Equity and Inclusion
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to efficiently manage and organize projects
  • Must effectively partner across all levels of campus constituencies

Preferred Skills:

Bachelor’s Degree in Horticulture Science

For More Information and to Apply:



Boiler Plant Operator
Holderness School


Boiler Plant Operator

The Position

Holderness School is seeking an experienced, full-time Boiler Plant Operator to join the Building and Grounds Department. The Buildings and Grounds Department (B&G) is a team focused department working to provide a safe, healthy and comfortable physical environment for Holderness School students and employees by ensuring the proper function of the campus infrastructure and building systems. The successful applicant will be a motivated problem solver, be able to communicate well, and work with a diverse group of people. Safety and a positive attitude are a must. Working on tasks outside of one’s primary skill set is also a must (i.e., snow removal on campus is an all hands-on deck activity that the entire department participates in).

The central biomass boiler plant and district hot water piping system provides space heat and domestic hot water to 275,000 sq. ft. of 27 buildings. Each building utilizes heat from the district system via a heat exchanger. The campus has direct digital controls in the majority of sq. ft. of building tied to the district system. We utilize an electronic work order system for day-to-day requests for repairs.


Located amid the lakes and mountains of central New Hampshire, Holderness School is a traditional co-ed independent secondary school, serving grades 9-12. Holderness strives to strike a balance in fostering the resources of the mind, body, and spirit: the mind through a challenging college preparatory curriculum; the body through outdoor activities and required interscholastic athletics; and the spirit through school and community service and affiliation with the Episcopal Church. Holderness remains by choice a small school where everybody plays an important role, and where students, faculty, and staff maintain close personal relationships.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Serve as one of the primary points of contact for B&G Department
  • Monitor fuel levels and order fuel for woodchip and propane boilers
  • Troubleshoot, specify, order and replace pumps
  • Maintain biomass plant in compliance with air permit
  • Perform daily, weekly, monthly and annual plant maintenance tasks
  • Maintain an inventory of frequently used parts
  • Record daily reading of plant systems
  • Record monthly readings of various water, sewer, and electric meters
  • Utilize a DDC front end to monitor and make setting changes to boiler plant system
  • Manage fly and bottom ash disposal/stockpiling in means compliant with protocol
  • Respond to emergency calls (including after hours) as needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Assistant Facilities Director or Facilities Director
  • Participate in the on-call rotation on weekends

The Process

To view additional information about this position please go to  To be considered please send a resume to Tony LeMenager, Director of Facilities at

Letters of recommendation are not required at first, but will be required after preliminary screening.  No phone calls please.  We prefer electronic attachments rather than paper.  An onsite interview is required. Criminal background checks are performed on all new hires.

Holderness School is an equal opportunity employer, and will not discriminate, or tolerate discrimination, against any employee or applicant in any manner prohibited by law.


Director of Custodial Services
Washington State University

Director of Custodial Services

Washington State University

Facilities Services at WSU Pullman is seeking qualified applicants for the Director of Custodial Services.

About the position:

The Director of Custodial Services is responsible for planning, organizing, managing and directing the activities of 140+ FTE in and 6-8 direct reports in the custodial division of Facilities Services. The position coordinates and supervises assigned personnel in the operation of a unit providing custodial and general maintenance duties. The Director of Custodial Services is a member of the leadership team and reports directly to the Executive Director of Facilities Finance, Business and Building Services.

For more information and to apply please visit:

About WSU Pullman Facilities Services:

Facilities Services’ primary mission is the stewardship, maintenance, and operations of the campus buildings, grounds, and utilities on the Pullman campus. Facilities Services also provides the planning, design and construction of facilities and environments for the university system including Pullman, Vancouver, Tri-Cities, Everett and Spokane, as well as our research stations and other sites throughout Washington State.

We aspire to be the service provider of choice and the employer of choice. We believe in developing solutions of lasting value through robust dialogue and collaboration with our campus partners and industry. Our staff of skilled trades people, custodians, architects, engineers, interior designers, and support staff strive to demonstrate our commitment to integrity and professionalism.

It is our commitment to the university community and to the community-at-large to create a lasting Cougar heritage through respectful stewardship of our beautiful facilities and open spaces.

About WSU and Pullman:

WSU was founded in 1890 as Washington’s original land-grant college. With a student enrollment of over 30,000 at six locations, the WSU systems serves citizens throughout the state and world-wide. WSU Pullman is the original and largest campus with enrollment over 19,000. Located in eastern Washington, Pullman offers abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation, close access to exceptional K-12 school systems, and easy commutes to campus.

For more about  WSU Pullman, please visit this link:  and for more about Pullman;


Elevator Contract Administrator
University of South Carolina

Elevator Contract Administrator

University of South Carolina

The Facilities Maintenance department is seeking a full-time Elevator Contract Administrator.  The position will be under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director of Facilities Maintenance.  The position administers the University of South Carolina elevator maintenance contract for the Columbia campus.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Responsibilities include managing the service contractor to ensure that the terms and performance of the contract are being performed.
  • Schedules and monitors inspections to ensure compliance with state regulations; maintains and manages a project listing of needed modifications and compliance issues.
  • Performs minor elevator maintenance service for items not covered under the state contract (i. e. lighting). Escalators, and other vertical lift platforms are included.

Minimum Qualifications

High school diploma and 8 years’ experience in Contract Management, Project Management or Construction Management. 

All applicants must apply here:

EEO Statement

The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, sex, gender, gender identity, transgender status, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genetics, protected veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions.


Managing Director, Building Operations
University of British Columbia

UBC Building Operations provides comprehensive facilities operations and maintenance services for lands and buildings owned by the University of British Columbia. The Managing Director, Building Operations is responsible for ensuring the best physical environment for learning and research at the University of British Columbia by providing strategic leadership, vision and direction in the stewardship, operation, maintenance, repair and renewal of university facilities and grounds.

The Managing Director is accountable, through accurate operations and maintenance, for the reliability and performance of over $5 billion in building and landscape infrastructure assets on the UBC Vancouver campus including approximately 9 million square feet of academic building space and 1,000 acres of campus grounds. The Managing Director is responsible for the planning and preparation of the $65m department operating budget, and, in collaboration with the Routine Capital Steering Committee, the $50m capital maintenance and renewal budget.

The Managing Director reports to the Associate Vice-President, Facilities and is responsible for three operating divisions offering a comprehensive range of campus-wide services, including Trades Operations and Maintenance Services, Custodial Services, and Municipal Services. The Managing Director works closely with colleagues in the other Facilities departments (Infrastructure Development, Energy & Water Services, Customer Services and Informatics) and with departments providing distributed administrative services to Building Operations including Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology (IT) Services, Safety & Risk Services, and Communications to ensure an integrated and coordinated approach to facilities stewardship, total cost of ownership, customer service, employee engagement, safety and risk management.

Sample job Duties:

  • Provides leadership for over 600 staff who perform all facilities operation and maintenance activities on the Vancouver campus.
  • The Managing Director is accountable for providing the vital leadership and communications to encourage and inspire staff to perform their work at the highest level possible, emphasizing the importance of thoughtful risk taking, employee engagement and supporting staff for outstanding outcomes, operational excellence, safety and sustainability, and re-enforcing the societal benefits of UBC's success and the department's staff key role in contributing to that success.
  • Is responsible for the implementation of the business plan throughout Building Operations, through the Building Operations Leadership Team by setting targets and objectives and key performance indicators, reviewing progress, addressing variances and recommending remedial action.
  • Accountable for the condition of the physical campus assets. Oversees, in conjunction with the Managing Director, Infrastructure Development, the development of a capital plan to ensure the right balance of maintenance and capital renewal to provide equipment and reliability at lowest total cost of ownership. Although the allocation of capital is approved year to year many of the programs delivered within this funding envelope have 25 to 30 years of scope. Examples include renewals of building envelopes, roofing, elevators, cooling systems, and fire alarm systems.
  • Accountable for the UBC Technical Guidelines which have been established to ensure all new, renewed and renovated buildings on campus incorporate lowest life-cycle costing principles in their design and construction.

For more information, and to apply, please visit the UBC Careers site here.


Plant Operations Supervisor
Milton Hershey School

For more than 110 years, Milton Hershey School (MHS) has helped children realize their full potential by offering a top-notch private, cost-free education in a residential model from Pre-K through 12th grade. Working at MHS is much more than a job. Each employee helps shape the lives of the students we serve and every position at the school is designed to help our students thrive on campus and beyond. If that sounds fulfilling to you, MHS may be the perfect place for your next career move

MHS is currently seeking a Supervisor, Commercial Operations to provide dedicated, high-quality technical support to all building system operations on campus in an uninterrupted 24/7/365 basis model. Total equipment loads of 10,850 tons of chiller capacity, 5,900 HP of Boiler capacity and 23 - 15 KVA switch gears. This role assists the Manager, Physical Plant Operations with the operations of the scholastic and administrative buildings throughout the campus along with the private site infrastructure.  

This role requires weekly on-call rotation (24 hours a day, 7 days per week) for maintenance and emergency situations. Standard hours of operation: 7:00 am – 3:30 pm and may change due to seasonal and/or programmatic changes.  In addition to competitive pay, full-time employees are eligible for an excellent benefits package. It includes paid time off, medical and dental insurance, and financial benefits.

  • Associate degree in related field required.  
  • Minimum 5 years of demonstrated experience managing a large commercial power plant operation and maintenance (planning & implementation of PM program), required  
  • Extensive experience working with building automation systems in a large-scale commercial environment, required
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience leading trade technicians in a related field (e.g., power plant/facilities/mechanical/maintenance/building automation systems operations, etc.)
  • Valid PA driver’s license in a good standing
  • OSHA-30 certification (construction & general industry certificate), required 
  • EPA Universal Refrigeration Certification, preferred 
  • ARC Flash training, preferred 
  • Niagara Technical Certification, preferred 
  • Highly detail-oriented and dependable
  • Strong supervisory, interpersonal, organizational and problem-solving skills
  • Exceptional communication skills – written, verbal, and platform
  • Proficiency in using technology, including MS Office, and Internet
  • Willingness and ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively as part of a team, with effective skills in influencing others & negotiating
  • Ability to work well across functions and departments to forge strong cross-disciplinary relationships 
  • Demonstrated exceptional customer service orientation

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CEFP Certification and EFP preferred.

Holderness School


The Position

Holderness School is seeking an experienced, full-time Plumber to join the Building and Grounds Department. The Buildings and Grounds Department (B&G) is a team focused department working to provide a safe, healthy and comfortable physical environment for Holderness School students and employees by ensuring the proper function of the campus infrastructure and building systems. The successful applicant will be a motivated problem solver, be able to communicate well, and work with a diverse group of people. Safety and a positive attitude are a must. Working on tasks outside of one’s primary skill set is also a must (i.e., snow removal on campus is an all hands-on deck activity that the entire department participates in).


Located amid the lakes and mountains of central New Hampshire, Holderness School is a traditional co-ed independent secondary school, serving grades 9-12. Holderness strives to strike a balance in fostering the resources of the mind, body, and spirit: the mind through a challenging college preparatory curriculum; the body through outdoor activities and required interscholastic athletics; and the spirit through school and community service and affiliation with the Episcopal Church. Holderness remains by choice a small school where everybody plays an important role, and where students, faculty, and staff maintain close personal relationships.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Serve as one of the primary points of contact for B&G Department
  • Perform a combination of repairs and new plumbing work including supply, waste, vent systems, valves, PRVs, etc. 
  • Troubleshoot and replace domestic hot water tanks (electric and indirect)
  • Replace backflow preventers and mixing valves
  • Service and replace sloan valves
  • Troubleshoot, specify, order and replace pumps
  • Maintain a current understanding of applicable plumbing codes
  • Maintain an inventory of frequently used parts
  • Work with and oversee work performed by contractors
  • Respond to emergency calls (including after hours) as needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Assistant Facilities Director or Facilities Director
  • Participate in the on-call rotation on weekends

The Process

To view additional information about this position please go to  To be considered please send a resume to Tony LeMenager, Director of Facilities at

Letters of recommendation are not required at first, but will be required after preliminary screening.  No phone calls please.  We prefer electronic attachments rather than paper.  An onsite interview is required. Criminal background checks are performed on all new hires.

Holderness School is an equal opportunity employer, and will not discriminate, or tolerate discrimination, against any employee or applicant in any manner prohibited by law.


Construction Project Manager
Kenyon College

Kenyon College

Position Description

Construction Project Manager


Position Summary


Reporting to the Director of Project Planning and Management (DPPM), the Construction Project Manager (CPM) is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, directing and controlling capital planning, new construction and major renovation projects.  They will be responsible for managing project budgets, project estimating; supervision of general contractors and construction management firms, coordinating project bid processes, and long-range facilities development plans. 


Normal work week is 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Flexible scheduling and work during non-traditional hours are expected in the normal course of business for this position as needed to ensure effective project delivery.

Under the direction of the DPPM, the CPM assumes leadership for administering new construction, renovations and contracted capital maintenance projects by:

  • Overseeing all phases of new facilities development initiatives from concept through design and construction until completion of the warranty period.
  • Directing and managing construction administration of all size projects.
  • Providing guidance and direction to staff, contractors and vendors in conjunction with the development and implementation of capital projects to ensure campus standards are met.
  • Preparing and reviewing estimates and schedules at all project stages, preparing trend reports of impacts of design developments and new requirements on project costs and schedules, and leading value engineering efforts to correct/address adverse trends.
  • Tracking milestones and timelines for all projects by employing effective metrics to assess progress against stated goals; analyzing and resolving issues that impact project schedules and budget projections; notifying the DPPM of any issues that may result in significant delays and recommending solutions and interventions.
  • Maintaining all documentation and records pertaining to new facilities planning and construction.
  • Collaborating with internal and external constituencies to ensure successful planning and construction of new facilities.
  • Serving as the liaison with village, state and federal agencies and governing bodies and ensure compliance with all codes, laws and regulations.
  • Identify contractors in conjunction with the Kenyon subcontracting policy, consultants, architects, engineers, and vendors; lead contract negotiation, selection of key staff and compliance with the contract.
  • Serving as the liaison with architects, contractors, consultants, etc. and provide them with direction regarding project objectives, schedules, and budget.  Manage third party construction cost estimators (to the extent that they are used.)
  • Coordinating the construction bid process with the DPPM, evaluating bid submissions, and making recommendations for selection.
  • Coordinating contractor activities with campus constituencies to minimize disruption to academic and other College programs and activities.
  • Making regular inspections of construction projects and attending regular and special project meetings to assess progress against project goals and schedules, and ensuring work is completed to contract specifications.
  • Ensure funds are spent in accordance with College policy and protocol.
  • Developing and monitoring detailed budgets.


Minimum Qualifications

  • B.S. in Engineering, Project or Construction Management with three (3) years of related work experience OR,
  • Any combination of education or related training with six (6) years of work experience in construction administration, project planning, or project management.
  • Must have excellent computer skills with a working knowledge of software related to design and construction industry.
  • Strong leadership and supervision skills
  • Must have a valid Ohio Driver License and complete Kenyon College Driver Training.
  • Employment is contingent upon satisfactory results of a due diligence background check.

Compensation and Benefits

Salaries at Kenyon are competitive and commensurate with experience. In addition to an attractive salary, Kenyon offers benefits for employees and their family members. Children of employees are eligible for 100% tuition waivers at Kenyon, and through the Great Lakes Colleges Association, children of employees are eligible for 85% tuition waivers at fifteen other of the nation's finest liberal arts colleges.

We also offer health and dental insurance, TIAA retirement, and many other benefits, including provisions for a spouse, families, and domestic partners. Details about benefits as well as conditions of employment are described more fully in our Staff Handbook.

Kenyon is a unique place to live and work. To discover why it should be your next home, click here.

Kenyon College is an equal opportunity employer and applications from members of all underrepresented groups are encouraged. It is the College's policy to evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, physical and/or mental disability, age, religion, medical condition, veteran status, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by institutional policy or state, local, or federal law. Kenyon College has a strong commitment to supporting diversity, equity and inclusion. Please visit our Diversity at Kenyon website.

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Construction Supervisor
Loudoun County Public Schools

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Learn more about LCPS at 

Roles and Responsibilities

This is a supervisory position in support of School District construction projects.  The Construction Supervisor has a thorough understanding and knowledge of architectural and engineering principles. The Construction Supervisor coordinates the daily project management function of all new school construction and renovation projects.  The Construction Supervisor must be capable of developing an effective working relationship with administrative, support, and local school personnel.

  • Contributes to the development of construction and project estimates for Capital Improvements Program; contributes to and reviews all Technical Specifications,. and is responsible for preconstruction activities advising on feasibility and constructability of each project.
  • Develops and implements training programs for staff; analyzes construction sequence schedules; supervises budget monitoring for all projects; supervises construction project management staff.
  • Works proactively with construction field staff to develop solutions to issues which keep projects on schedule and on budget.  Attend field meetings as needed and develop partnerships with contractors.
  • Coordinates with internal cross functional teams to align on construction solutions which meet LCPS goals.
  • Reviews and approves all payment requisitions, invoices, and change orders for assigned projects.
  • Attends bid openings and contributes to recommendations for award of construction contracts; reviews and makes recommendations for all contracts, purchase orders, and payment applications; monitors construction activities and recommends dispute resolutions to Director of Construction.
  • Develops and supervises post-construction program and erosion and sediment control program.
  • Ensures record documents are received and maintained for all construction projects; coordinates project close-out with respect to permits, occupancy, and warranty.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural, Engineering, or Construction Technology and experience in field construction
  • Seven years successful experience in the development and construction industry as a project manager of educational projects
  • Knowledge of construction principles and practices as applied to the construction of school facilities; knowledge of materials testing, engineering standards, building codes, and other applicable requirements governing school construction
  • Ability to perform technical construction inspections; to maintain accurate and complete records; to apply engineering standards, codes, and other requirements to varying situations
  • Demonstrated knowledge of computer software (including E-mail, internet, Microsoft Office, and Construction Project Management Software)
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and tracking budgets
  • Ability to keep and maintain accurate records and to meet deadlines
  • Possesses strong organizational skills and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to communicate with individuals of varied cultural and educational backgrounds
  • Possess leadership qualities and personal characteristics necessary to work effectively with members of the community, administrators, school board members, parents and teachers

Physical Requirements

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly talking, expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word. The employee must convey detailed or important spoken instructions to other workers accurately, loudly, or quickly. The employee must possess normal cognitive abilities including the ability to learn, recall and apply certain practices and policies. Frequently sitting and/or remaining in a stationary position for long periods of time. Exerting up to 25 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.


Project Manager - Capital; Project Manager - Non Capital; and Project Coordinator
University of Colorado Boulder

Facilities Management's Planning, Design and Construction division at the University of Colorado Boulder welcomes applications for a Project Manager - Capital, Project Manager - Non Capital and Project Coordinator! 

The Project Manager - Capital will manage large multi-million dollar design and construction projects from pre-construction through project closeout, and will work in close collaboration with University Planning, from project planning through design. The position may also manage multiple small to large projects from project development though closeout, all together equaling several million dollars, in lieu of a single multi-million dollar project. Please apply by 10/20/21.

To apply to this position, please visit: Project Manager - Capital (

The Project Manager - Non Capital functions as a University representative to the campus community for small to large construction and renovation projects, determining the scope of work, estimating and cost control management, giving instructions to hired consultants and contractors, for the timely alteration, modification, maintenance, and repair of campus buildings. As the University representative, the position develops, manages and analyzes budgets and master schedules. The Project Manager may manage the construction of Capital Construction projects but would need a higher degree of oversight and guidance from their supervisor or higher authority. Please apply by 10/24/21.

To apply to this position, please visit: Project Manager - Non Capital (

The Project Coordinator works with project managers on all aspects of project management for capital, non-capital and deferred maintenance projects. The coordinator assists with planning, coordination and oversight of various aspects of repair, remodel and capital improvement projects; prepares written documents, and oversees coordination for the review of specifications and drawings for these various projects. This position collaborates with the project management staff in their oversight of this type of work as performed by architects, engineers, and contractors; and assists with the coordination of up to 400 different maintenance and capital improvement projects within the buildings under the department's purview. Please apply by 10/19/21.

To apply to this position, please visit: Project Coordinator ( 

Who We Are

As one of 34 U.S. public research institutions belonging to the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU)—and the only member in the Rocky Mountain region—our goal at CU Boulder is to directly affect Colorado communities through collaborative research, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Our faculty, staff, and students work with the broader community to establish unique connections that have lasting outcomes—both across Colorado and around the world.


Project Manager/Engineer
Ohio Northern University

Posting Number: S000379

Department: Financial Affairs

The Project Manager manages campus construction, repair and renovation projects through a variety of responsibilities. Several of the chief tasks include developing plans and designs, serving as a project manager, supervising staff and student workers, managing capital and operating budgets, coordinating set-up for special events, collaborating with outside agencies, serving on committees and providing professional engineering services 

Principle Responsibilities:

  • Develop plans and designs for campus construction, repair and renovation projects
  • Serve as the project manager for campus construction, repair and renovation projects
  • Supervise and direct co-op students and other student workers
  • Coordinate set up for major campus events including commencement, honors day, scholarship days, concerts and more
  • Collaborate with local, state and federal agencies as necessary
  • Serve on various campus committees for issues concerning facility planning, campus parking, and sustainability efforts
  • Routinely lead and make decisions affecting both the University and the surrounding community
  • Correspond with external contacts to respond to inquiries or convey the enforcement of regulations, policies and procedures
  • Orient, train and lead others performing similar work and report to a higher level on a formal basis
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Skills:

·       Ability to gather and interpret data using technical guidelines

·       Ease in discussing issues of moderate importance with higher officials through cooperation, explanation and persuasion

·       Advanced knowledge of professional theories and practices within the given field and a working knowledge of related fields

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering or a related field
  • Five to seven years of similar work experience

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree
  • Seven or more years of similar work experience

Open Until Filled: No

Closing Date: 10/29/2021

To view full description and apply online go to:

ONU is an equal employment opportunity employer.