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Agency Director of Facilities Management - County of Ventura
County of Ventura

THE OPPORTUNITY AND POSITION

The County of Ventura is recruiting nationally for a highly experienced, executive leader in facilities management who is innovative, visionary, and a collaborative partner amongst all agencies and departments within the County. 

Under general administrative direction of the Director of the General Services Agency, the Agency Director of Facilities Management is responsible for the executive leadership and administration of the General Services Agency’s Facilities and Materials Department for the County of Ventura which is diverse and encompasses a myriad of services and programs including preventive and corrective facility maintenance, infrastructure upgrades, construction project management, utilities, energy conservation, waste stream management, sustainability efforts; and facilities contracts oversight. This position supports an agency culture that adheres to the highest ethical standards, promotes employee morale and acts in concert with the mission, vision and values of GSA and the County of Ventura.

The Agency Director of Facilities Management is responsible for planning, organizing, and leading 4 upper management level direct reports responsible for 6 divisions consisting of 143 employees which include Maintenance/Facilities, Housekeeping/Grounds, GSA Projects, and Securities/Special Services. This position serves as the representative of the General Services Agency Director in his absence and in contacts with executive leadership from various County departments. The  Agency Director of Facilities Management is responsible for the preparation and management of the Facilities and Materials operating budget of $78 million including establishing service rates and fees, leading operational managers in establishing and accomplishing operational goals, substantially developing and monitoring implementation of the County/Agency Strategic Plan goals and objectives and making a concerted effort to continually explore process improvement opportunities enhancing operational efficiencies. Additionally, this position is responsible for conducting formal presentations to the Board of Supervisors, advisory boards and commissions, and the public as required.

VENTURA COUNTY GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY

The General Services Agency is one of approximately two dozen departments and agencies in the County of Ventura. Our primary role is providing support and services to other County Agencies in support of their mission success. Our dedicated Agency staff of 300 is organized into four departments: Facilities and Materials, Fleet Services, Administrative Support and County Parks. We have an annual budget of $162.4 Million. We operate through internal services funds for the Facilities and Materials, Fleet Services and Administrative Support Services and an enterprise fund for the Parks Department. We maintain over 110 buildings with 3.1 million square feet of space in cities across the County.  We maintain a fleet of approximately 2,000 vehicles and heavy equipment and operate 3 distinct garages for vehicle maintenance and repair. GSA provides procurement services to all County agencies and departments and last year procured over $460 million in goods and services for our county customers. GSA Parks Department manages the County Parks system that includes 15 regional facilities for camping and day use with over 5,300 acres of parkland and 458 campsites. 

QUALIFICATIONS

Any combination of education, training and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline OR four or more years of progressively responsible senior management experience within a large, complex facilities or campus environment which includes leadership and strategic expertise in facilities management.

Must have demonstrated experience with the following:

  • Two years direct experience supervising, leading, mentoring and performance management of managers/senior professionals;
  • Developing and managing multi-million dollar operational and maintenance budgets;
  • Providing executive leadership and decision making on facilities contracts including customer service resolution;
  • Making presentations before community groups and public agency governing boards.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bachelor or Graduate degree in an engineering discipline; MBA or MPA;
  • Extensive management/leadership experience leading a diverse staff of facility-related disciplines within a large facility/campus environment;
  • Significant experience developing and implementing strategic long-range maintenance programs;
  • Experience with process improvement initiatives such as Lean Six Sigma;
  • Professional Engineer Registration

APPLICATION PROCESS

To learn more about this exciting opportunity, click the link to the online brochure: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ventura/jobs/3299356/agency-director-of-facilities-management?sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

To apply for this exceptional career opportunity, please submit a resume and cover letter which demonstrates your progressively responsible senior management experience within a large, complex facilities or campus environment which includes leadership and strategic expertise, supervision of managers/senior professionals, managing a multi-million dollar operational budget, making presentations to boards/committees/executives, and providing oversight on facilities contracts.

Submit in one of the following ways:

· E-mail to: Monika.Maine@ventura.org OR

· Submit an on-line application with attachments (resume and cover letter) at www.ventura.org/jobs.

First review of resumes is anticipated to be December 6, 2021 and weekly thereafter. This is a continuous recruitment and may close at any time. If interested, apply as soon as possible to be included in an early review. Candidates whose experience and skillset most closely match the requirements of the position will be invited to a selection interview. Contact Monika Maine at (805) 654-2629 or Monika.Maine@ventura.org for additional information.

 


Assistant Vice President for Facilities Operations
Wesleyan University

Reporting to the Senior Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer, the Assistant Vice President (AVP) for Facilities Operations at Wesleyan University is a key member of the administrative team that provides strategic and operational leadership and oversight for the facilities department. 

The AVP for Facilities Operations manages a real estate portfolio of approximately 300 University buildings with almost 3 million square feet of facilities on a campus of more than 300 acres in Middletown, Connecticut. 

The facilities operations team consists of approximately 110 full-time professional, technical and maintenance staff, of which approximately half are contract janitorial staff. 

The AVP for Facilities Operations manages an annual operating budget of more than $20M for maintenance, environmental health and safety, fire safety, energy management, real estate, and rental properties. 

The AVP for Facilities Operations will directly oversee the Director of Physical Plant Operations, Director of Environmental Services, and the Facilities Business Manager. 

The AVP for Facilities Operations will partner with the Assistant Vice President for Construction and Infrastructure in the implementation of the University’s campus master planning and achievement of carbon neutrality. 

Responsibilities include: 

  • Leads an efficient, effective, innovative, responsive, and empowered facilities team and promotes a culture of continuous improvement, customer service orientation, and a commitment to diversity within the organization. 
  • Provides leadership in maintaining a safe, healthy, sustainable, and disaster-resilient environment that provides faculty, students and staff with the environment and functionality required to perform at the highest levels of achievement. 
  • Provides oversight to strategies associated with the maintenance of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, HVAC systems and general building structures. 
  • Develop and implement strategic plans and initiatives regarding preventative maintenance. 
  • Makes effective hiring decisions, sets expectations, and clarifies roles and responsibilities of direct and indirect reports. 
  • Effectively manages the University’s real estate portfolio valued at more than $1 Billion to optimize university assets including the leasing and acquisition of new properties, management of 100 rental properties, and the disposition of underperforming assets.  
  • Provides the leadership to the facilities operations team to plan, organize and respond to campus emergencies including but not limited to weather and other major events to maintain business continuity. 
  • Cultivates and maintains working relationships with relevant neighborhood, business, city, state, and federal agencies, public utilities and building industry groups.
  • Measures, monitors, and benchmarks facilities and energy performance against peers and best practices to ensure that the University is performing at the highest level. 
  • Ensures requisite safety and code compliance in all areas of Facilities operations.
  • Collaborates with Human Resources in the negotiation and implementation of collective bargaining agreements. 
  • Proactively develops and maintains a collegial working relationship with the union membership and ensures compliance with collective bargaining agreements.
  • Oversees and monitors the annual facilities operating budgets. 
  • Delivers timely, informative, and critical internal communications to faculty, staff and other stakeholders regarding facilities conditions on campus. 
  • Survey campus (grounds and buildings) regularly with a safety, improvements and campus visitors lens. 
  • Other duties as assigned.

For more information or to apply:  https://careers.wesleyan.edu/postings/8358

 


Associate Vice President in the Division of Facilities and Campus Planning
Kansas State University

Kansas State University 

Associate Vice President in the Division of Facilities and Campus Planning 

 

Academic Career & Executive Search is pleased to assist Kansas State University in their search for Associate Vice President in the Division of Facilities and Campus Planning. 

 

To view the complete description, please click on the following link: https://acesrch.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a21esjyf7e48

 

For best consideration, please apply by 1/25/2022. 

Kansas State University seeks an experienced facilities professional to serve in this critical and highly visible role. The ideal candidate is proactive with a proven background in supervision, planning, and facilities management seated in real world experience. The Associate Vice President delivers a hands-on approach to leadership, operations, and problem solving while working seamlessly with all levels of the institution including trustees, senior administration, faculty, staff, students as well as external contractors and vendors. This leader is an actively involved, outward facing, transparent communicator who engenders trust.  

The Associate Vice President will provide strategic and project planning, capital prioritization and stewardship for Kansas State University’s land, building, space, and continuously changing portfolio which comprises 3 primary campuses, 183 acres, and 7.3 million gross square feet. In addition, this position provides executive leadership and oversight of the Division of Facilities including:  

  • facilities management;  
  • building and grounds maintenance;  
  • road system maintenance;  
  • energy and environmental programs;  
  • mechanical, electrical and water distribution systems;  
  • planning and construction management projects;  
  • custodial and postal services.  

The AVP ensures that the goals of the university’s strategic plan and campus master planning are supported by adequate infrastructure, appropriate capital planning, construction planning and design, and facilities operations. This position reports to the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.   

Essential Qualifications and Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree 
  • Knowledge of facility management and/or auxiliary services principles and practices.  
  • Knowledge of construction rules and regulations for compliance.  
  • Knowledge of RFP and bidding process, contractual terms, and conditions.  
  • Knowledge of accounting/finance rules and regulations as mandated by federal and state agencies.  
  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents.  
  • Ability to negotiate terms of contracts. 
  • Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from internal or external customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. 
  • Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communications. 

 

To Apply  

 

For best consideration, please apply by 1/25/2022. 

 

Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should include a cover letter and curriculum vita.  

  

Please do not email applications. To be viewed by the search firm, you must apply directly at:https://acesrch.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a21esjyf7e48

 

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States at the time of employment.  

  

Inquiries, referrals, and nominations are treated confidentially.  

 

Inquiries and questions: Please send to kstatefacilities@acesrch.com 

Nominations and referrals: Please send to nominations@acesrch.com  

 


Director of Operations
Alcorn State University

Job Title Director of Operations
Employment Status Full Time
Department Facilities Management
Purpose of Job
Manages and directs all technical and administrative aspects of the maintenance division consisting of work center and trades personnel who provide maintenance and operation services for all University buildings including all interior and exterior maintenance. Design and maintains a computerized preventive maintenance program for facilities and related equipment; provide routine and emergency maintenance, service calls and maintenance service requests and complete major maintenance and repair projects.
Scope of Responsibilities
This position provides routine and specific guidance and coordination for the supervisors reporting to the Associate Vice President of Facilities Management and also functions as Deputy to the AVP of Facilities, acting as his alternate in his absence. This position is additionally responsible for internal management of the department including the development and surveillance of all budgets, personnel policies, and administrative procedure and standards. 
Qualifications
•Must be a graduate from an accredited College or University with at least a BS in engineering or related field. 
•An additional financial or management degree is desirable. Will also accept a minimum of five years supervisory experience in the area of educational facilities or construction management. 
•Should have thorough knowledge of facilities maintenance management principles and practices, utilities maintenance and operations, construction and design management, personnel management and financial management. Must have good administrative and supervisory skills. 
 
Essential Job Functions
•Develop, formalize, and implement both short-term and long-term plans, goals, and objectives for the Maintenance, Environmental Services, and Grounds. 
•Administer annual gross operational budget and the expenditures. 
•Develop policies and procedures which successfully provide efficient and effective services. 
•Supervise, control, and direct supervisors toward meeting the goals of the department and the University. 
•Provide leadership and direction to the administrative staff and hourly employees. 
•Recommend disciplinary action and wage increases. 
•Recommend candidates for all administrative and upper level hourly wage positions. 
•Research and implement improvements in building products or systems which will serve to better utilize, institute human and financial resources (i.e. energy saving systems and labor saving products and methods). 
•Remain up-to-date on all government laws, rules, and regulations which affect hazardous chemicals that are used, generated, handled, disposed, or controlled by the departments under the responsibility of the position. Insure compliance. 
•Coordinate all institute safety policies within the Facilities Department. 
•Prepare written reports as required by the Associate Vice President of Facilities. 
•Perform special projects as assigned by the Associate Vice President of Facilities. 
•Present a consistently positive approach to students and all other internal and external contacts at the University through a manner that is friendly, courteous, helpful, and cooperative at all times. 
•Investigate complaints regarding such matters as lack of custodial care, employee performance deficiencies and/or conduct, building safety, etc., and initiate corrective action as required 
•Assigns specific duties to subordinate supervisors and hold them accountable for the satisfactory and effective performance of such duties. 
 
Licensing and Certifications
None
Knowledge Skills and Abilities
Should have thorough knowledge of facilities maintenance management principles and practices, utilities maintenance and operations, construction and design management, personnel management and financial management. Must have good administrative and supervisory skills. 

Posted Salary Range

Commensurate with experience.

For More Information and to Apply

https://jobopps.alcorn.edu/postings/5245

 


Facilities Director
YMCA Camp Belknap

 

CAMP BELKNAP
Tuftonboro, NH

FACILITIES DIRECTOR

Organization Overview
YMCA Camp Belknap (“Belknap”) is one of the oldest all-boys summer resident camps in the country.   Founded in 1903 it is an independent non-profit organization affiliated with the national YMCA. Belknap is known for its nationally recognized leadership program, its meticulously maintained physical plant and the development of boys and young men.  Belknap employees enjoy being role models by leading by example with kindness, helpfulness, integrity, cultural awareness and joy.  Belknap serves 300 boys ages 8-16 and 100 staff at a time.  In addition to its core summer programming, Belknap offers both spring and fall programming.  Approximately 1,800 campers, adults and families annually enjoy its property located on the shores of beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee in Tuftonboro, New Hampshire. 

Summary
The Facilities Director, a member of the senior management team, is responsible for overseeing the execution of all aspects of Belknap’s 300-acre property, ~75 buildings/structures, infrastructure, equipment, maintenance and facilities planning.  The Director will strive to ensure the property and facilities are of the safest and highest quality in order to support the mission, vision and delivery of Belknap’s outstanding programs. Living on campus in a newly built residence, with excellent benefits, the ideal candidate will have:

• Strong communication and organizational skills
• A wide-range of facilities and/or project management experience with demonstrated experience leading teams
• Experience with leadership development and an appreciation for the opportunity for collaborative interactions with staff and campers
• Knowledge and experience managing sustainability and environmental stewardship practices
• Strong sense of personal responsibility

Interested candidates please submit a cover letter detailing why you are interested in this position and resume to jobs@campbelknap.org.

For a full description please go to:  https://campbelknap.org/leaders-staff/employment-opportunities/

 

CEFP Certification and EFP preferred.


Operations Coordinator
University of Portland

This position has primary responsibility for the University’s computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) under the general direction of the Assistant Director of Physical Plant. This position will manage department wide policies and procedures for the maintenance work order software. This position will work collaboratively with all units of the department to ensure a quality experience for residents, guests, and staff that live and work within the 1.5 million square feet of facilities.

Core Duties

CMMS Work Order Coordinator/Service Liaison

  • Serve as primary customer service contact for work order updates, inquiries, and call-ins.
  • Continuous, ongoing review and processing of high-volume daily work-order requests in accordance with departmental procedures, and in a timely manner.
  • Ongoing review and reporting on work order statuses, callbacks, time to complete, and other pertinent information.
  • Support processes related to TMA data entry, technician support, and customer communications.
  • Work with stakeholders to further develop, improve, and maintain comprehensive preventive maintenance program.

CMMS Database Management/System Administration

  • Maintain accurate and detailed database of all University facilities and facility related assets; this information is maintained in list, map, and architectural floor-plan form.
  • Perform system administration functions such as setting up new users, creating and running reports, creating system dashboards, improving system processes.
  • Work directly with CMMS vendor on training, bugs, and implementation of upgrades.

Office Support

  • Serve as back-up to Office Manager with Physical Plant Office administrative processes. Such processes include coordinating uniform orders, processing check requests, ordering and keeping track of office and medical supplies, creating and maintaining personnel files, maintaining contact lists, and doing data entry as needed.
  • Serve as secondary customer service point for the Physical Plant, including managing the Physical Plant switchboard and other communications such as emails and walk-ins.
  • Support department staff with administrative duties as requested.
  • Identify and implement areas for process and operational improvement. Contribute to the efficiency and impact of the department.

Other

  • May oversee and carry out duties associated with scheduling, organizing, and operating projects and events, including arranging for services, overseeing the production and distribution of materials, recording minutes, and administering logistics. 
  • May compose and draft documents and correspondence for presentations, letters, and other office business. 
  • May edit and fact check materials for distribution or publication.
  • May create, maintain, modify, and/or ensure accuracy of content in various department documents, reports, websites, and other media. 
  • May create complex reports and spreadsheets that may utilize specialized software and systems.
  • May support financial processes, including producing, monitoring, and reconciling budget and purchase card statements.     
     

Other duties as relevant to the duties of the position or as assigned by supervisor or supervisor’s designee.

Please note that the above list of duties is not comprehensive but generally demonstrates the types of matters under this position’s purview and responsibility.

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Education and Experience

  • Required: Associate degree and two years of related experience.
  • Required: 1-2 years of experience with computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) or database management
  • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree.
  • Preferred: Experience with computer aided design (AutoCAD or similar).
  • Or a combination of equivalent education and/or experience.

For More Information and to Apply

https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details/search-jobs and search for Operations Coordinator.

 


Director of Building Services
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Primary Purpose of Organizational Unit
Building Services provide full maintenance and repair services for all UNC facilities and ensure the proper operation of those facilities in support of the UNC mission of teaching, research and public service. Building Services supports more than 300 campus buildings with more than 18 million gross square feet of space. The teams that provide quality maintenance, repair and construction services that support the teaching, research, and public service mission of the University include Campus Maintenance, EMCS, Facilities Operations Support, Housing Support, HVAC Systems, Life Safety Services, and the Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling. 

Position Summary
Provides leadership and management to the department in successfully planning and leading daily and long-range programs for the effective operation of building systems, energy efficiency, life safety and code compliance, repair and replacement of building components, a comprehensive preventive maintenance program, predictive maintenance, and collaboration on recommending strategic investments in deferred maintenance and capital projects. Works closely with members of the senior leadership team in Facilities Operations, to sustain a high- performance service culture that promotes sound planning and excellent execution and leads organizational efforts to foster a safe, respectful and diverse work environment that values its people. This position also works closely with administrators in the schools and departments within the university to ensure that facilities meet programmatic requirements and remain compliant.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, or related business area; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

Required Qualifications, Competencies, and Experience
Progressive experience in managing institutional facility maintenance or construction activities, or an equivalent combination of training and directly related experience. Ability to establish strategic goals and objectives and manage a budget; and to motivate staff and promote a safe and respectful environment. Requires demonstrated commitment to customer service; a continuous quality improvement focus; sensitivity in working with diverse groups; and excellent communication skills. Must possess a valid North Carolina Driver’s License or have the ability to obtain one prior to start date. Also requires the ability to report to work in support of mandatory University operations even when adverse weather or other emergency conditions, such as a public health emergency, require the University to close.

Preferred Qualifications, Competencies, and Experience
Minimum of 10 years progressive experience in a higher education institution; 5 years supervisory experience; experience with energy management and control systems related to integrated building automation systems; experience with the development and control of budgets; experience integrating current technologies into facilities maintenance operations (Mobile AiM) and Building Information Modeling (BIM); and a commitment to sustainability. Experience with Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS). Very strong people skills and a positive history of reshaping unit cultures through change management.

Required Licenses/Certifications
Valid North Carolina Driver’s License or ability to obtain one prior to start date.

Please apply online at https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/216118

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

 


Facility Engineer
Elon University

Elon University is currently accepting applications for a Facility Engineer.  The principal function of this position is to provide assistance to the various divisions in Facilities Management with engineering support for the management, maintenance and repair of campus facilities and infrastructure. The primary responsibilities include: oversight of technical designs for the department’s repairs to building systems and small construction contracts; providing engineering support and assistance to the division departments maintaining the campus buildings’ electrical, plumbing, heating/air-conditioning, and other systems; providing oversight of Elon’s energy management program, and monitoring of utility usage; and responsibility for the technical library files and building drawings. Bachelor’s degree in an engineering field, preferably mechanical or electrical engineering with ten years large commercial or education facilities.  Provides supervision over BAS Application Engineer controls group, Maintenance Engineer, and Utility Clerk.  Position will remain open until filled.  Apply at https://elon.peopleadmin.com/postings/8236Elon University is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff and student body and welcomes all applicants. 

 


HVAC Technician
University of Portland

The HVAC/R Technician is a Journey-level position which performs troubleshooting, maintenance, repair, and installation of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R) equipment and components within a variety of campus buildings and student residential housing. This position is responsible for completing tasks and projects related to the systematic inspection, detection, and correction of equipment failures before they develop into major defects. This position works independently within the HVAC/R department and performs moderate to complex tasks without immediate supervision. This position will be expected to interact with students, faculty and staff in a professional, service minded manner that enhances work effectiveness for the HVAC team.

This is a full-time, non-exempt (hourly – generally 40 hours per work week, although overtime hours will be required dependent on operational needs.), 12 months per year position with benefits. Benefits include: medical and dental insurance, life insurance, sick time and vacation time consistent with University policies, long-term disability insurance, flexible spending account benefits, tuition remission benefits generally starting after 90 days (employee) or 2 years (spouse and children) of employment, retirement contributions generally starting after 2 years of employment, and eligibility for the University’s home purchase assistance program consistent with program requirements. (Benefits are subject to all relevant University policies, practices, contracts, and any other relevant materials.)

The hourly rate for this position is $30 per hour (approximately $62,400 annual projected compensation). This position is eligible for a $1,000 hiring bonus.

Responsibilities:

Review and respond to work orders received through the TMA work order system via UP provided iPhone including any necessary follow-up and customer service.

Follow scheduled preventive maintenance plans i.e. change filters, replace fan belts and pulleys, Voltage, Amperage and RPM readings, temperature/ pressure readings, grease bearings, clean equipment and mechanical spaces etc.

Interpret verbal and written guidance into work duties.

Troubleshoot, repair, and maintain HVAC/R equipment and components, including but not limited to walk-in coolers/ freezers, air handlers, package RTU’s, mini-splits, VRF systems, HRV’s, water source heat pumps, chillers, steam and hot water boilers, chilled-beams, residential furnace and a/c’s, exhaust fans, and air compressors.

Provide support and assistance for HVAC/R team.

Act as Physical Plant weekly on-call staff person based upon department needs (typically once every 10 weeks).

Respond to facilities emergencies on campus and residential properties and provide timely resolution to problems.

Please note that the above list of duties is not comprehensive but generally demonstrates the types of matters under this position’s purview and responsibility.

Requirements:

Education and Experience

Required: 5 years of journey level experience in the HVAC/R industry preforming extensive troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, and repairs

Required:  5 years experience using hand and power tools i.e. reciprocating saw, drill, pipe

Preferred: Experience with steam and hydronic boiler maintenance and repair.

Preferred: Experience in the construction trades and experience having worked with a general contractor

Certificates and Licenses

Required: Active driver’s license.

Required: EPA Refrigeration Certification (Section 608)

To apply please do so here: https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=72405

 


Supervisor - Custodial Services
Dartmouth College

Supervisor - Custodial Services

Dartmouth College

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Custodial Services Manager, the Custodial Supervisor exercises overall responsibility for planning, scheduling, implementing, and reporting on the daily and special duties of the custodial department. Responsible for the supervision of full-time employees, as well as numerous subcontractors hired for special projects or to perform services not provided by the College. The custodial department is responsible for the performance or management for providing a clean and safe campus using current and effective sustainable custodial methods and techniques with four supervisors for 4+ million GSF with 134 FTE. This position will provide training and leadership for a custodial staff of approximately 30 FTE who provide custodial, recycling and solid waste services for approximately 1 million+ GSF for a diverse college community. Schedule: 3rd shift – 10:00pm-6:30am, Sunday-Thursday; Friday/Saturday off 

The Supervisor maintains a current working knowledge of all trades under their purview, establishes safety, quality control and productivity standards applicable to each trade, ensures that these standards reflect best industry practices and are applied in the performance of work. In addition, he/she is responsible for assisting in the preparation of specific and annual budgets, overseeing the shop’s equipment and supply inventory, communicating effectively with FO&M management and the College community, as well as, building and maintaining staff morale and overall productivity. Maintain professional and effective communications and professional working relationship with College faculty, staff and students.

Requirements:

  • Associate’s degree in general management, facilities or industrial management or a technical field or equivalent experience of 7+ years. 
  • Minimum of five years of custodial or housekeeping experience. 
  • Minimum of three years of supervisory experience of 5+ employees. 

For additional information and to apply please visit: https://searchjobs.dartmouth.edu/postings/58802

 


Building Automation Systems Administrator
Boise State University

Boise State is seeking a Building Automation Systems Administrator.  The position is open from December 3rd thorugh January 16th, 2022.  Please see the link below for additional details about this position.

https://careers.pageuppeople.com/978/cw/en-us/job/496308/building-automation-systems-administrator

 


Distribution Engineer
Reading Municipal Light Dept.

Under the direction of the Director of Engineering and Operations (E & O), provide electrical distribution engineering services to the RMLD.  Employees in this classification apply knowledge of electrical engineering to problems and projects requiring familiarity with methods and materials of electric programs.  This job is an integral of a progression path to Systems Engineer.  Must be able to qualify as a minimum Level 3 Control Authority and be capable of on-call rotation with other Control Authorities.

Essential work activities, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following.  Other related duties may be assigned.

  • Assists the System Engineer and Director of (E & O) in the areas of systems planning to accommodate projected load growth.
  • Evaluates the impact of localized load growth of the electrical system; provides recommendations for plans to accommodate such growth.
  • Monitors system power factor and determines placement of capacitors for correction of power factor.
  • Prepares technical specifications and drawings for the procurement of electrical sub-transmission distribution and control apparatus.
  • Provides technical support for the maintenance of substations and associated control systems.
  • Performs short circuit and coordination studies to ensure the proper protection of the RMLD’s sub-transmission and distribution systems.
  • Organizes and dispatches sequenced switching orders for maintenance and emergency line operations.
  • Assists in the instruction of proper maintenance and operation of electrical apparatus.
  • Performs electrical testing of high voltage and associated control equipment as required.
  • Performs load flow and circuit load analysis to determine the capacity and future requirements of the sub-transmission and distribution lines.
  • Provides technical specifications and assists with the preparation and review of RFP’s and technical proposals.
  • Design and manage of multiple 35KV, 13.8KV and 4.16KV distribution construction projects, including O/H, U/G and substation.
  • Performs required Eng. calculations and analysis (i.e. reliability, load flow, short circuit, voltage analysis, protection & coordination, life cycle analysis, system loss calculation, planning study, etc.)
  • Assists in programing and operating SCADA and other related automated distribution equipment.
  • Provides technical information and assistance to other Town depts./agencies and customers.
  • Must meet applicable qualifications to be responsible for overseeing emergency operations as assigned control authority, as determined by the General Manager or designee.
  • Monitors and oversees NERC, NPCC, and ISO compliance standards and requirements.
  • Reviews all applicable construction and codes and standards (i.e. NESC, IEEE, ANSI, NIST, etc.) and makes   necessary recommendations for modifying construction designs and practices accordingly.
  • Performs GIS edits, develops load flow models, programs & troubleshoot smart grid devices.
  • Performs all aspects of quality Project Management.
  • Prepares construction drawings under supervision of System Engineer.
  • Perform single contingency analysis for proper planning.
  • Perform harmonics analysis. 

Education:

Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university; specialization in power systems preferred; Master’s Degree preferred.  

Experience:

Minimum of 3 - 5 years of demonstrated electrical engineering distribution design planning, including demonstrated ability to perform load flow, protection and coordination, short circuit, voltage analysis, life cycle analysis, system loss calculation, pole loading, guy tensioning, in accordance with applicable laws and codes.  3 years of demonstrated switching and tagging of a system equivalent in complexity. 1 year of demonstrated experience in qualified project management, 3 preferred.

Knowledge of theory and practices of electrical engineering related to the areas of assignment as obtained from accredited college or university. Knowledge of NESC, OSHA and related O/H and U/G distribution construction and safety standards, codes and regulations.  Knowledge of GIS and applicable software packages, formal Red Tag Switchman/Tagman procedures and hazardous waste spill prevention regulations. Knowledge of cost estimating, budgeting, and project management. Knowledge of emergency response, switching and tagging, as a qualified Control Authority or similar.  Knowledge of engineering mathematics and calculations. 

Judgment and Initiative:

Under direction, performs duties in accordance with established policies, codes, laws and professional standards; unusual policy questions involving interpretation or clarification usually reviewed with supervisor.  Initiative in ensuring continued process improvements in areas of job description duties to demonstrate better accuracy, productivity, safety and customer service, is expected. Ability to multi-task. Strong understanding of utility best practices enables predictive and preventative initiatives. 

Physical Demands:

Capable of performing job functions under occasionally adverse weather and working conditions for extended periods of time.  Moderate physical effort may be required on an intermittent basis.

Manual Skills:

Ability to utilize hand tools and test equipment such as high voltage test equipment, grounding equipment and other related apparatus.

Supervisory:

Supervises engineering staff and field personnel as required when performing Control Authority duties.   Maintains his/her career development plans. 

Licenses and Certifications:

Valid Driver’s license or equivalent.  Ability to obtain a MA Construction Supervisor’s License.

Must qualify as a Level 3 Control Authority.

Demonstrates ability to communicate ideas and directions to employees, customers, vendors and peers, in a clear and concise manner.  Demonstrates ability to be a team player.  Demonstrates a positive attitude.

https://www.rmld.com/employment-updated-openings

 


Electrical Engineer
Reading Municipal Light Dept.

Job Summary

Under the direction of the Director of Engineering and Operations (E & O); provides electrical engineering services to the RMLD.   Employees in this classification apply knowledge of electrical engineering to problems and projects requiring familiarity with methods and materials of electric programs.  This job is an integral part of a progression path to Systems Engineer.  Certain requirements and response times are required, see progression job descriptions.  Control Authority in training.

Illustrative Work Activities:

Essential work activities, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following.  Other related duties may apply.

  • Assists the Distribution, System Engineer(s) and Director of E & O in the areas of systems planning to accommodate projected load growth.
  • Assists in performing load flow analysis and evaluates the impact of localized load growth of the electrical system; provide recommendations for plans to accommodate such growth.
  • Monitors system power factor and assists in determining placement of capacitors for correction of power factor.
  • Assists in the preparation of technical specifications and construction drawings for the procurement of electrical sub-transmission distribution and control apparatus.
  • Provides technical support for the maintenance of substations and associated control systems.
  • Performs short circuit and coordination studies to ensure the proper protection of the RMLD’s sub-transmission and distribution systems.
  • Assists in the performance of electrical testing of high voltage and associated control equipment as required.
  • Performs circuit loading and voltage analysis to maintain system voltage within acceptable IEEE recommended standards and determine the capacity and future requirements of the sub-transmission and distribution lines.
  • Assists in the performance of engineering analysis (i.e. Load flow, short circuit, protection coordination, system losses, contingency, harmonics, etc.) and make recommendations to System Engineer(s) and Director of E & O.
  • Prepares construction drawings for both overhead (O/H) & underground (U/G) constructions.
  • Performs pole guying, loading, and tension analysis and make recommendations.
  • Reviews all applicable construction and design codes and standards (i.e. NESC, IEEE, ANSI, NIST, etc.) and makes necessary recommendations for modifying construction designs and practices accordingly.
  • Assists in the review of technical proposals.  Performs other engineering/technical duties as required.
  • Assists in the design and management of 35KV, 13.8KV and 4.16KV distribution construction projects, including O/H, U/G and substation.  Develops quality project management skills.
  • Provides technical information and assistance to other Town departments/agencies and customers.

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

A Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university; specialization in power systems preferred; Master’s Degree preferred.  

Experience:

Minimum of 1-3 years of demonstrated electrical engineering distribution design planning, including demonstrated ability to perform load flow, protection and coordination, short circuit, voltage analysis, life cycle analysis, system loss calculation, pole loading, guy tensioning, in accordance with applicable laws and codes. Minimum of 1 year of demonstrated switching and tagging of a system equivalent in complexity.  One year of demonstrated experience in qualified project management.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of theory and practices of electrical engineering related to the areas of assignment as obtained from accredited college or university. Knowledge of NESC, OSHA and related O/H and U/G distribution construction and safety standards, codes and regulations. Knowledge of GIS and applicable software packages.  Knowledge of formal Red Tag Switchman/Tagman procedures. Knowledge of hazardous waste prevention spill prevention regulations. Knowledge of cost estimating, budgeting, and project management. Knowledge of emergency response, switching and tagging, as a qualified Control Authority or similar.  Knowledge of municipal purchasing and bidding laws. Familiarity with various distribution analysis software applications and construction and design codes. Ability to conduct engineering research and apply results to engineering problems.

Judgment and Initiative:

Under direction, performs duties in accordance with established policies, codes, laws and professional standards; unusual policy questions involving interpretation or clarification usually reviewed with supervisor.  Initiative in ensuring continued process improvements in areas of job description duties to demonstrate better accuracy, productivity, safety and customer service, is expected. Ability to multi-task. Strong understanding of utility best practices enables predictive and preventative initiatives.  Demonstrates capability for accepting responsibility for the activities of major multi-divisional function areas as a Control Authority.

Physical Demands:

Capable of performing job functions under occasionally adverse weather and working conditions for extended periods of time.  Moderate physical effort may be required on an intermittent basis.

Manual Skills:

Ability to utilize hand tools and test equipment such as high voltage test equipment, grounding equipment and other related apparatus.

Supervisory:  None

Licenses and Certifications:  

Valid Driver’s license or equivalent. Ability to obtain a MA Construction Supervisor’s License. 

OTHER/SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Demonstrates ability to communicate ideas and directions to employees, customers, vendors and peers, in a clear and concise manner.  Demonstrates ability to be a team player.  Demonstrates a positive attitude.

For More Information and to Apply:

https://www.rmld.com/employment-updated-openings

 


General Foreman Grid Assets
Reading Municipal Light Dept.

This position is responsible for the managing, supervising, training, safety, programs, scheduling and coordinating work for substation and metering work areas and staff related to storm/emergency response and management, design, construction, maintenance, operation, troubleshooting, and testing of substations, metering, AMI mesh networking system, design and testing of all electric system Smart Grid Devices (SGD) and fiber & radio communication systems, including wireless, fiber, etc.; hazardous waste and spill prevention. 

Illustrative Work Activities:

Essential work activities, pursuant to the American with Disabilities Act, may include the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

  Manages and supervises employees of the Metering and Substation groups

  • Manages and supervises the Assistant General Foreman Grid Assets in planning, scheduling, implementing, and maintaining including the prioritization of their work.
  • Provides timely recommendations to the Assistant Director of E&O relative to employee evaluations, step raises, and progression classifications.  Works with employees on their Career Development Plan, to ensure they remain updated, reviewed, and maintained per procedure; making recommendations for further training requirements, etc., for employee to achieve required safety and skill proficiencies. 
  • Adheres to and enforces all department policies, procedures, OSHA, standards, codes, rules, laws and regulations. Addresses violations in a timely manner, documents any violations and makes recommendations to the Assistant Director of E & O for any progressive discipline.  Participates when required in union/management negotiations, grievance procedures, and arbitrations. Responsible for first step response under the existing labor contracts for grievance procedures.
  • Ensures proactive and timely documentation, maintaining material evidence and ensuring accurate incident and/or trouble report to support potential insurance claims, billing disputes, etc., adhering to all policies and procedures including scrap and surplus material,
  • Provides recommendation for operational staffing, including required qualifications and manpower levels for all Meter and Substation assignments for both scheduled and unscheduled work. 
  • Performs Spill Prevention Coordinator duties, coordinates the work of contractors and LSP for the HAZMAT cleanup, maintains records, establishes cyclic training (in-house and/or LSP) for all company operations employees, in accordance with best utility practices. 
  • Provides for all budget input and budget tracking related to managed work areas.
  • Plans and coordinates all integrated work efforts with the appropriate divisions and subdivisions .
  • Coordinates and executes switching operations with National Grid and Eversource, ISO operational procedures, and NERC mandated requirements, alerts, reporting, ordinances, and maintains all records on RMLD’s SharePoint, or other company authorized shared location
  • Ensures that all manufacturers recommended cyclic maintenance, testing, repairing, troubleshooting,  etc., for all equipment responsible under this division,  is performed in accordance with standards, procedures, applicable codes, law, etc. (i.e., IEEE, NIST, OSHA, NERC, ANSI, NESC, NEC, etc.). 

Education: 

Bachelor’s in electrical engineering or equivalent qualifications as determined by RMLD with minimum of 10 years of demonstrated  leadership, management, and supervisory  experience in the successful development, and maintained accuracy of ,substation, AMI/Mesh Network, Smart Grid technology, etc. procedures and programs.

Experience: 

Minimum 10 years’ successfully demonstrated experience in leadership, management, and supervision of substation and metering groups under normal and storm/emergency conditions. Minimum 10 years’ demonstrated technical experience in the design, construction, programming, testing, troubleshooting  and maintenance of substations and metering systems in accordance with current standards, codes, laws and best utility practices.  Minimum of 5 years’ experience in system protection and coordination, smart grid systems and associated telecommunications. Minimum 10 years’ experience as a rated Switchman/Tagman.  Minimum 10 years’ experience in HAZMAT associated with distribution systems; Spill Prevention Coordinator experience desired.  Demonstrated ability to utilize latest testing devices, e.g. Omicron CDC100,  is strongly desired.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Demonstrated proficiency, knowledge and experience in management, including program development and maintained accuracy of substation design, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and testing.  Demonstrated knowledge in managing AMI fixed and mesh network metering systems, residential, commercial and primary meter installations and testing.  Knowledge of telecommunications network design integration into Smart Grids, including fiber/radio telecommunications input to Outage Management Systems, Meter Data Management (MDM) Systems, etc.  

Judgment and Initiative: 

Demonstrated ability to exercise judgment and initiative in all aspects of related work.  Demonstrated ability to evaluate all work-related practices, procedures and systems to make recommendations for continuing improvements for increased efficiency, productivity and to limit liability.  Demonstrated ability to work independently to manage multiple projects and work areas in parallel, establishing short, medium and long-term planning, establishing priorities, developing work schedules and budget plans.  As a Department representative on both customer complaints, customer service and emergency service, employee must demonstrate ability to effectively communicate ideas, technical information and directions in a precise and courteous manner.

Physical Demands: 

Capable of performing all job functions under occasionally adverse weather and working condition during both normal and storm/emergency operating hours ,for extended periods of time.  Moderate physical effort may be required on an intermittent basis.

https://www.rmld.com/employment-updated-openings

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Integrated Resources Engineer I or II
Reading Municipal Light Dept.

Integrated Resource Engineer II will act as the point of contact for commercial, industrial and municipal customers pertaining to, but not limited to billing, rates, metering, power quality, renewable technologies, demand and energy programs and services.  This position will focus on integrated energy solutions that address the capability, capacity and optimization of the electric system with a goal of targeting the reduction of customer peak demand and lowering customer costs through offerings such as energy efficiency recommendations/rebates, demand response, behind the meter generation/storage which could include renewable energy and/or traditional fossil fuel for all class customers.  In addition, this position will focus on economic development for the attraction and retention of new/existing commercial/industrial customers to RMLD service territory and perform technical and financial analysis on the benefits of implementing new technologies and procedures.  

Essential work activities, pursuant to the Americans with Disability Act, may include the following:  Other related duties may be assigned. 

  • Promotes appropriate and applicable programs/services to commercial customers to meet demand and energy reduction goals that benefit the customer as well as supports the optimization of the electric system and power supply portfolio.
  • Develops and executes strategies that create “win-win” situations that will achieve RMLD’s reliability and financial goals while providing attractive, cost-effective customer outcomes that will encourage broad based customer adoption of programs/services
  • Works directly with commercial customers to develop work plan to achieve efficiency goals using a comprehensive understanding of commercial building components such as lighting, HVAC, heating, pumping systems, etc
  • Works with energy models such as DOE II.
  • Performs various complex economic analysis, including cost benefit analysis
  • Ensures ISO-New England rule compliance relating to job duties. 
  • Develops, evaluates and updates, as required, current residential rebate programs essential to optimizing the efficiency of the program.  Assists in the training of Customer Service Specialists or other company employees, Boards, etc. on the program, as requested.
  • Designs, develops, and implements business retention, expansion, and targeted outreach programs.  Participate in long range planning and recommend economic development goals and programs. through the development of said plans for integration.
  • Evaluates programs through data collection and analysis; reports on the evaluation including the cost-benefit of programs.
  • Performs commercial audits to integrate efficiency measures for both the customer and the electric system.  Generates auditing reports including prioritization, funding schedules, etc.
  • Maintains applicable knowledge of electrical distribution system overall functional capabilities and integrated smart technology. Initiates dialogue on system reliability upgrades that could or would directly impact system energy efficiency measures.
  • Seeks out grants, tax incentives, rebates availability and assesses financial programs to support the funding of the recommended energy related measures on an ongoing basis.
  • Assists Director of Integrated Resources with utility accounting annual budget. Provides reports and presentations.
  • Represents RMLD in electric industry and trade organizations to increase customer or industry related knowledge and promote positive business relationship.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the wholesale aspect of Integrated Resources Division.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:

BS in Mechanical, Electrical or Utility Engineering or related discipline as determined by the RMLD. Course work in Business Administration, Business Management, preferred.                                                     

Experience:

Minimum 3-5 years of experience as an engineer working with efficiency measures for key accounts for a technical organization, with ability to perform complex technical and financial analysis on the benefits of implementing new technologies and procedures. Utility industry experience preferred. Minimum 1-3 years of experience in performing commercial auditing for efficiency integration and reporting. Minimum 1-3 years of project management, budget preparation and cost control.   Familiar with up-to-date lighting technologies, HVAC systems and components, motor and energy technologies is required. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Specific and demonstrated knowledge of distribution engineering fundamentals, energy risk management, marketing, business program development and business finance.  Ability to interact effectively with customers.  Ability to collect, research and effectively analyze data.  Effective oral, written and presentation skills, command of industry terminology.  Familiarity with office procedures, methods and equipment.  Well-developed computer skills and excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office software package including SharePoint. Knowledge of budget and project management software.

Judgement and Initiative:

Reacts professionally to customer concerns and resolves issues independently.  Ability to communicate ideas and technical information clearly to internal and external customers. Demonstrated ability to analyze. Strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail. Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion and be adaptable to competing demands 

Manual Skills:

Must have strong computer skills with an emphasis on spreadsheets, database and Powerpoint.  Ability to use equipment to measure all aspects of energy conservation measures including kW meters, amp meters, ultrasonic equipment, etc.  Ability to use other related equipment and tools in the performance of this position.

Physical Demands:

Work may involve occasional moving and carrying of light equipment and/or materials.  May be required to climb ladders at commercial facilities.  Moderate physical effort may be required on an intermittent basis.

https://www.rmld.com/employment-updated-openings

 


Architectural Project Manager
University of Montana

We are looking for a skilled and motivated individual to join our Facilities Services team. As our Architectural Project Manager, you will serve in a prominent role within our Planning, Design and Construction department. Primary duties will include managing design and construction for major renovations and new construction projects, providing in-house architectural design services, and helping to lead our space management program. This position works collaboratively with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders, including representatives from Montana state government, the Montana University System, and local city and county government.

The successful candidate will have earned a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, or Construction Management. Preference will be given to applicants who have, or are able to obtain, an Architect License in the State of Montana.

This full-time position includes a generous and competitive benefits package. Salary for this position is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

To apply and for more information, please visit https://bit.ly/3144umjobs For best consideration, apply by September 6, 2021. Complete applications include a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references.

The University of Montana is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  This position is eligible for veterans' preference and disability preference in accordance with Montana State Law.

 


DIRECTOR OF SPACE AND CAPITAL PLANNING
UC San Diego

UC San Diego

DIRECTOR OF SPACE AND CAPITAL PLANNING

Filing Deadline: Sun 1/2/2022

Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

 

Academic Affairs is the largest of the vice chancellor areas at UC San Diego. Led by the Executive Vice Chancellor (EVC), it is comprised of seven academic divisions and schools, seven undergraduate colleges, the University Libraries and University Extension. The vice chancellor area also includes academic support units, as well as the units under the purview of the Vice Chancellor Student Affairs and Vice Chancellor Equity, Diversity & Inclusion. 

 

Under general direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor of Resource Administration, the incumbent is responsible for developing and updating long-range space plans for Academic Affairs Divisions and Departments. Provides project management to a variety of capital planning, facilities renovation and space program planning activities lead out of the Office of the EVC. Collaborates with senior and executive campus leadership in the development of the capital program. Provides expertise in programming of space for new academic initiatives. Evaluates and analyzes data related to space utilization, capacity projections, academic program requirements, and facilities resources in order to develop options for long-range capital development. Provides technical expertise and staff support to space planning committees. Analyzes space plans and projects for feasibility, appropriate space utilization, and budget impact. Represents EVC and participates in deliberations on campus-wide committees.

 

Uses advanced concepts at an expert level to implement and coordinate building management procedures and space planning activities which require specialized consideration such as laboratories with special circumstances (e.g., special ventilation, or use of hazardous materials) or coordination of activities with multiple building occupants / departments. 

 

• Please submit a cover letter for a complete application.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

• Expert knowledge and skill for specialized research needs in space planning and highly developed skills to effectively translate needs to professional architects and engineers. Demonstrated successful experience in interpreting policies and other regulations, designing processes, performing research and evaluating resource implications leading to effective strategic planning.

• Expert knowledge of architectural or engineering concepts. Advanced knowledge and skill in CAD (floor plan hatching, ASF calculations, etc), advanced knowledge and skill to read and understand architectural plans and building blueprints. Advanced knowledge of space planning techniques and tools particularly in research and academic spaces.

• Expert ability to assess processes or services to make improvements in project management. Demonstrated experience to proactively problem solve, taking initiative and using investigative and research skills and resources to develop and implement creative solutions.

• Proven ability to coordinate the work of individuals in a variety of campus offices, architects, and committees to meet deadlines.

• Demonstrated supervisory experience, with the ability to promote team building and management best practices.

 

Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).

 

Apply Online:

http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=215791

 

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

 


Facilities Project Manager
University of South Alabama

Responsible for project management of construction projects under the direction of the Department of Engineering, Design and Construction to include management of all professional and construction services in coordination with other University departments; provides oversight of project scopes, budgets, contracts, design, bidding and construction compliance with codes, contracts and day-to-day operational and tactical aspects associated with various projects and facilities; manages capital building projects from design and contract documents through construction administration and project close-out; coordinates work with University departments and Administration during all phases of the work; manages the services of Design Professionals and Contractors; reviews and implements project budgets, bids, contracts and schedules; ensures that procedures and materials comply with specifications, observes work in progress and performs physical inspections to assure timelines, conformance with requirements and verifying acceptable workmanship and quality; performs administrative functions such as reviewing and writing reports, approving expenditures, enforcing rules and making decision about the purchase of materials or services; coordinates and directs projects, making detailed plans to accomplish goals and directing the integration of technical activities; coordinated with project team to continually monitor cost and time management, keeping current summaries of actual and projected expenditures, and approaching the budget to the appropriate project components; interprets and implements the requirements of the current State of Alabama building code in effect and all other local and Federal regulations; interprets and implements the requirements of the State of Alabama Public Works Law and relevant sections of the Code of Alabama; facilitates the preparation of bidding documents with contractor/vendor lists, coordinates contractor agreements with the University Attorney office and coordinates bond, insurance and other requirements; coordinates project close-out, including preparation of punch lists, certificates of substantial completion, coordination of as-built drawings and requirements for final payments; develops and implements University Facility policies, standard and procedures for the design and technical work performed by various projects and facilities; under immediate supervision, performs standard tasks using established methods, principles, concepts and procedures related to a specialized field; judgements are made on routine matters with direction and guidance of senior project managers; regular and prompt attendance; ability to work schedule as defined and additional hours as required; related duties as required.

EO/AA Employer – minorities/females/veterans/disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity.
Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or building construction/construction management from an accredited institution as approved and accepted by the University of South Alabama and two years of experience in project management of commercial buildings, and possession of a valid driver's license and maintenance of a driving record sufficient to maintain insurance coverage under the University of South Alabama. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Project is required.

Autodesk Build experience is preferred. University or Healthcare project management experience as highly preferred.

EO/AA Employer – minorities/females/veterans/disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity.
 
 


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SENIOR MECHANICAL DESIGNER/SENIOR ENGINEER
University of Wisconsin - Madison

Provides engineering expertise in designing, modifying and constructing University facilities including buildings and physical plant infrastructure. These professionals are responsible for interpreting, designing and/or constructing University facilities subject to regulatory and professional standards, developing cost-benefit engineering analyses comparing construction alternatives, and/or other duties typical of a professional mechanical engineer in an institution of higher education.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • 25% Assesses, designs, modifies, and constructs institution facilities utilizing engineering techniques and best practices
  • 20% Monitors, interprets, communicates, and applies all established building codes, policies, and procedures
  • 20% Liaises facility construction plans with internal and external stakeholders and vendors, and provides engineering guidance and recommendations to align with strategic facility planning
  • 15% Serves as a subject matter expert to unit leadership regarding engineering technology, design, methodology, and execution for varying facilities projects

UNIQUE RESPONSIBILITIES

  • 5% Performs plumbing and HVAC cost estimating on a per-element, -assembly and/or -square foot basis utilizing conventional estimating tools.
  • 5% Seeks opportunities to incorporate sustainability into design work.
  • 5% Performs plumbing and HVAC system capacity & utilization studies and condition inventories for customers when requested.
  • 5% Acts as a design team lead on a per-project basis to ensure project delivery is coordinated, budget sensitive, timely and customer-focused.

For More Information and to Apply

https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/cw/en-us/job/511429/senior-mechanical-designersenior-engineer