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Assistant Vice President for Real Estate
University of Central Florida

We are seeking a strategic and forward-looking leader to serve as its inaugural Assistant Vice President for Real Estate. The university is shifting its approach to the management of our physical space, both on and off campus.  This position will spearhead the centralization of the management of all real estate activity under one office.

About UCF

UCF is a thriving metropolitan research university located in Orlando, which has ranked #1 in the U.S. for job growth four years in a row. Founded in 1963 to provide talent for Central Florida and the growing U.S. space program, UCF has been making an impact on the state, the nation, and outer space ever since. Driven by its entrepreneurialism and optimism, UCF will not be defined by its contemporaries and seeks to forge a new path that leads the way to the future of higher education. Founded in 1963, UCF is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as Florida’s most innovative university and one of the nation’s top 20 most innovative. UCF is one of 14 universities nationwide designated as both a Hispanic-Serving Institution and Research 1 university. With 13 colleges, including a fully accredited College of Medicine, UCF offers more than 220-degree programs between its main campus, downtown campus, hospitality campus, academic health sciences campus, and 11 UCF Connect centers located throughout the region. 

Position Summary

Under the direction of the Vice President for Facilities & Business Operations, the Assistant Vice President for Real Estate will work closely with the University’s senior leadership to develop strategies for real estate including, the evaluation of financial feasibility, market analyses, alternative project development methods, site selection, land acquisition, property disposition, real estate asset management, commercial real estate transactions and real estate negotiation as assigned.  This position will supervise a small team of professionals, with the flexibility to restructure and increase team size as needed.  The role will have strong ties to the Assistant Vice President of Planning & Construction to ensure that Real Estate strategies are integrally linked to the direction of the University’s Campus Master Plan and Institutional Master Plan.

Responsible for all university real estate strategy, in coordination with the Provost’s Office, Registrar’s Office, Facilities, UCF Foundation, & General Counsel’s Office. Oversees planning and transactional activities related to property acquisitions or disposition and leases of commercial, retail, research, clinical, residential, and other space where the University serves as either landlord or tenant.

Serves as a liaison for both internal and external constituents, including University Administrators, the Board of Trustees, and other collaborators in and beyond the University.  Working across the University, the Assistant VP will collaborate with key groups, including the Provost’s Office, Registrar’s Office, Facilities, UCF Foundation, the Office of the Senior Associate VP of Financial Affairs, and the Office of General Counsel.

Provides review, policy guidance and strategic review of campus master planning activities and other real estate type activities.

Provides strategic and operational oversight of all university-owned rental properties in accordance with established standards, administering University leases and managing all aspects of Foundation-owned properties.  Ensures that properties leased by the University are managed in accordance with lease agreements.

Develops plans that are affordable and fiscally responsible, including managing development and operations budgets. Prepares financial analysis and documentation in coordination with established record keeping standards that supports key decision-making processes for real estate transactions and oversee the performance of required due diligence activities in evaluation new real estate deals.

Develops and cultivates private/public partnerships and other community relationships beneficial to the property and space needs of the University.

Fosters a positive relationship with members of the local community, including community groups, local developers, and local landlords.  Meet with the local community to review real estate acquisitions in collaboration with Planning and Design team.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree and 10+ years relevant experience with at least 5+ years of leadership experience

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience leading negotiations on large scale and/or complex real estate transactions.
  • Extensive experience managing a complex real estate operation.
  • Understanding of urban planning and how cities and communities work, especially regarding community engagement for specific development projects.
  • Familiarity of local and national real estate needs and trends for innovation, life science and other emerging markets.
  • Strong knowledge of capital financing mechanisms and structures that can deliver projects that meet institutional goals as well as economic targets.
  • Technical competencies in areas of responsibility and the ability to analyze data and draw logical conclusions and make recommendations.  Must be a proven collaborator with the ability to manage teams of contractors or consultants as required.
  • Demonstrated ability to foster a community with a culture of inclusiveness that holds all of it members accountable for creating, supporting, and championing diversity and the expansion of opportunity and a commitment to equity.

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Associate Vice-President (Facilities)
Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador

We acknowledge that the lands on which Memorial University’s campuses are situated are in the traditional territories of diverse Indigenous groups, and we acknowledge with respect the histories and cultures of the Beothuk, Mi’kmaq, Innu and Inuit of this province.

Memorial University – Newfoundland and Labrador’s University - is one of the largest postsecondary institutions in Atlantic Canada with more than 19,000 students, approximately 3,700 faculty and staff, and a global network of over 100,000 accomplished alumni. The University plays an unparalleled role in the social, cultural, scientific, and economic development of Newfoundland and Labrador. Enjoying national and global impact, a commitment to diversity, Indigenous students and peoples, as well as the international students that join its vibrant community, Memorial is home to 19 faculties and schools offering more than 100 degree programs of international distinction across the humanities and social sciences, health disciplines, sciences, fine arts, education and business. In an environment that fosters innovation and creativity, equity and diversity, Memorial University’s multi-campus system includes the St. John’s Campus, the Fisheries and Marine Institute, the Labrador Campus, the Signal Hill Campus, the Grenfell Campus, and the Harlow Campus, located in Essex, England. For more information about Memorial University, please visit

Memorial University has, in recent years, engaged in significant campus development and renewal, including the construction of the newly opened 480,000 square foot Core Science Facility, a state-of-the-art Animal Resource Centre, and a Holyrood Marine Base expansion project scheduled for completion in 2022. The University’s new five-year strategic plan, Transforming our Horizons, is a catalyst for a better tomorrow. As the University embarks on this plan, with people and place as pillars, and aspirational cultures focused on Team Memorial, Inclusion and Equity, Service, Innovation, Care and Well-Being, and Achievement, it seeks a new Associate Vice-President (Facilities) who is excited by the prospect of playing a leadership role in Memorial’s future.

With the paradigm shift seen in the field of facilities management - everything from embedding advanced technologies into building projects, to a concentrated focus on sustainability, to embracing living labs and fashioning environments for mixed use – there is real opportunity for the new Associate Vice-President (AVP) to make meaningful strategic advancements in facilities management at Memorial University. Reporting to the Vice-President (Administration and Finance), the AVP is Memorial University’s chief physical resources officer, responsible for the strategy, operations, capital development and renewal of the University’s campuses, centres, and institutes. Among other priorities, the AVP provides strategic leadership to a dedicated and diverse team of professionals who oversee capital projects and planning, engineering, operations and maintenance, and administrative services.

For this critically important role, the AVP will work in collaboration with the University’s leadership and senior academic and administrative stakeholders. They must have an abiding commitment to fostering mutually beneficial relationships with the broader university community; a passion for promoting Indigenization, equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in the planning and development of campus facilities; and, a mindset that exemplifies and inspires service excellence, continuous improvement, and best practice in facilities management delivery. The ideal candidate possesses a university degree - with a B.Eng, a PMP certification, or a Master’s degree considered an asset - and/or an equivalent combination of experience and training. With senior leadership experience in complex facilities operations environments, the new AVP will be known for transformational, visionary, and decisive leadership and the ability to motivate and mentor large teams. The successful candidate possesses strong project management skills and financial acumen, and has excellent organizational, planning, interpersonal, and people management abilities.

Consideration of candidates will begin in mid-December 2021 and continue until the position is filled. Nominations and/or applications should be submitted, in confidence, to Gerri Woodford or Krutika Hotwani at

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. Memorial University is committed to employment equity and diversity and encourages applications from all qualified candidates, including women; people of any sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; Indigenous peoples; visible minorities/racialized people; and people with disabilities. 

Memorial University and Odgers Berndtson respect people’s different needs and therefore will take all reasonable steps to ensure accommodation for applicants during the process. If you require accommodation to participate in the recruitment process, please inform Odgers Berndtson.


Facilities Director
Linn Benton Community College

The Facilities Director is responsible for the overall management of facilities operations for the college.  This position is responsible for the implementation of the Campus Master Plan overseeing capital construction and major renovation projects and supports programs and initiatives that drive the institution’s Strategic Plan by planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating the construction, operation, and maintenance of college buildings, utilities, and grounds. This position is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance and operations of the physical plant, thermal energy plant, as well as directing the energy management program. The Facilities Director is accountable for the budget and serves as a representative of the college on issues related to facility department’s budget management. Additionally, the position supports education, and campus community services by providing campus facilities that promote a safe and attractive environment furthering student success and excellence.


Education and Training: Requires a bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, construction management, engineering, or related field. Additional directly related experience may substitute for degree requirements. Specialized building trades related training is required:   Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration; Building Automation Systems; Plumbing; Electrical; Masonry; Carpentry; Water systems; Filtration Systems; and Roofing.

Experience: Requires a minimum of 5 years full-time directly related experience in facilities management, remodeling, construction contracting, building construction, or trades related. Experience must have included fiscal, supervisory, planning, and evaluation responsibilities. Knowledge of functions performed in physical plant operations and ability to direct those functions is required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Requires broad knowledge of building structures and building systems specific to HVAC, electrical, fire/life systems, etc. 
  • Must understand local, state, and federal building codes and compliance issues and have the ability to ensure compliance.  
  • Requires the ability to manage the operations of a physical plant, as well as major/minor construction or renovation. 
  • Must have knowledge of utilities and energy conservation measures. Requires project management and short- and long-term facility planning and budgeting skills. 
  • Must possess the ability to schedule and meet deadlines. 
  • Must have knowledge of architectural principles and terminology. 
  • Knowledge of conducting technical research projects associated with the permitting of public facilities or space allocations. 
  • Knowledge and skills in the use of word processing, spreadsheet, and database software, including use of computer-aided drafting (CAD) and computer networks. 
  • Requires strong interpersonal and communication skills. 
  • Must have well-developed ability to work with contractors, subcontractors, and tradespeople to work with compliance agencies and utility agencies/companies. 
  • Requires ability to enforce contractual requirements for repairs, replacement, remodels, and renovations. 
  • Must have supervisory and team-building skills. Requires ability to deal with emergencies and multiple projects and changing priorities.



For a detailed list of duties and to apply for this position, please visit



Facilities Management Director
Campbell University

The Director of Facilities Management is under the direction of the VP for Business and CFO, and is responsible for planning, communicating, facilitating, preventive maintenance, repairs, improvements, renovation, new construction, presentation of all buildings and grounds, and housekeeping for the University. This position manages and leads the assigned facilities staff. The Director plans, coordinates and directs all repair, maintenance, and renewal activities of the buildings. Provides leadership and direction for the cleaning of residence halls, classrooms, offices, and event venues. Leads the completion of capital and non-capital projects. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Plan, organize, and direct the activities of facilities by prioritizing, assigning, and following up on job assignments with facilities staff and through the management of third-party contractors to ensure the operation and maintenance of all facilities and utility systems
  • Assist with the development and maintenance of various capital, construction, and operational budgets
  • Plan, estimate, execute, and manage various projects through outside contractors as well as current staff
  • Management of personnel within the department, including budgeting
  • Organizing work orders and staff to perform the required requests in an efficient manner
  • Work with schools and departments regarding all major and minor facilities repairs
  • Oversee the set-up of events both academics and athletics
  • Prepare for emergency response from all areas within Facilities Management and act accordingly
  • Assist in the development, coordination, and maintenance of the facilities master plan
  • Prepare, monitor, and manage facilities budget
  • Annually update and prepare cost estimates for facilities capital projects in collaboration with the VP for Business and CFO to ensure University needs are being met
  • Assist in the planning and guidance on the design, construction, and renovations of facility projects to support the academic mission
  • Determine optimal efficiencies for completing individual projects including estimating material costs and determining the materials, labor needs, and impact on facilities
  • Assure an aesthetically pleasing campus through the management and oversight of institutional grounds, horticulture, and custodial contracts
  • Responsible for leading the staff, hiring qualified personnel, ensuring proper training, performance monitoring, establishment of job standards and effectively evaluating staff performance
  • Routinely inspect building, grounds, equipment, and operating systems to determine cleanliness, maintenance, and repair needs
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory obligations concerning health, safety, and building codes
  • Identify and develop strategies in which the university can repurpose space for maximum utilization and/or generate additional revenue
  • Collaborate with Procurement Office on written proposals for all building and ground maintenance service contracts and other maintenance services such as HVAC, custodial, elevators, generators, and pest control
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Always maintain a professional appearance and demeanor
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned



  • Bachelor’s Degree in one of the following Fields of Study: Engineering, Business Administration, Building and or Technical Trades, or Related Fields required or equivalent experience
  • At least ten (10) years of progressive facilities experience with a minimum of five (5) years being in a supervisory/management role

Additional information can be found on the full posting at


Financial Specialist (C.S. Title: Business/Administrative Associate)
SIU School of Medicine


Under the guidance of the Executive Director of Facilities Management, preforms complex financial and accounting assignments related to preparation of unit budget, preparation and tracking of capital projects, tracking and monitoring real property and University assets for insurance purposes, audit information, and year-end and financial information as required. This position is responsible for coordinating and compiling financial information to aid the Executive Director of Facilities Management in making unit decisions.

To review the position description for this vacancy, please visit our website at


  1. Bachelor's degree in business administration, management or a field related to the position; AND
  2. 4 years of professional level business, financial, accounting, and/or managerial work experience (NOTE:  A Master's Degree in an area consistent with the duties of the position may be substituted for 1 year of work experience); AND
  3. 1 year of experience in internally billing complex construction projects and service operations to state, local and special allocation accounts


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


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

Certain requirements may apply for out-of-state applicants.  Please visit and review the specific job listing information for details.

Equal Opportunity Employer


Vice President for Finance and Operations
Central Oregon Community College

Vice President for Finance and Operations


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1st Application Review Date: 12/27/2021

Approximate Start Date: Spring 2022



The Vice President for Finance and Operations reports to the President and is a member of the President’s Senior Leadership Team (SLT). As the Chief Finance and Operations Officer, the VPFO is responsible for the overall vision and direction of the Finance and Operations Division, including strategic planning, management, evaluation, and continuous improvement of Fiscal Services, Campus Services, Auxiliary Services, and Procurement, Contracts, Risk Management. The VPFO advocates for the Division. The VPFO also employs a college wide perspective when making decisions and addressing issues, policies and processes.

The VPFO is responsible for organizing, developing, and administering the comprehensive financial and operating services of the College to achieve its mission, while maintaining the strong budget position. The VPFO ensures that the College is effective in its use of resources to reach institutional goals and that services optimally support student learning and success.

The VPFO oversees an annual College budget of approximately $113 million. The VPFO provides leadership for budget development and planning, resource allocation, fiscal services, procurement, facilities management and planning, auxiliary services, contracts, and risk management across the College’s four campuses, as well as the College’s real estate portfolio.


Required Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution in Business Administration, Management, Finance, Accounting, or a related field.

• Seven years of increasingly responsible multi-fund management, senior-level leadership experience, including responsibility for fiscal control and other general management functions.

• Seven years of leadership in the development, analysis, and implementation of effective and fiscally sustainable budget and administrative/operational strategies.


College Leadership

• Participate as a forward-thinking, strategic, energetic member of the President’s Senior Leadership Team. Participate in high-level decision-making discussions and short-term and long-term planning for the College. Establish the expectations, goals, service standards, and performance expectations for the staff within the areas of oversight. Develop and supervise: Director of Fiscal Services, Director of Campus Services, Director of Auxiliary Services, Director of Contracts and Risk Management, and an Administrative Assistant-through coaching, mentorship and professional development.

• Ensure the development of effective and timely financial and operating reports.

• Serve as the College’s Chief Ethics Officer, staying informed about and communicating State of Oregon ethics laws.


Fiscal Leadership

• Lead the SLT through the annual development of the College’s budget.

• Coordinate and communicate the college-wide budget process to engage stakeholders.

•  Ensure college-wide communication regarding the budget process.

•  In coordination with the Director of Auxiliary Services, provide direction, long-term planning and oversight of the bookstore, food service, printing and mail services.


Operational Leadership

• In coordination with the Campus Services provide direction, long-term planning, and oversight for the Department.

• In coordination with the Director of Contracts and Risk Management, provide direction, long-term planning and oversight of risk management activities.

•  Serve as a principal reviewer and signatory for the College in all business contract transactions.


The Getty


Maintains, repairs, inspects, installs and replaces plumbing systems, pipes, fittings and fixtures to maintain the heating, water, gas and drainage systems. Cuts, bends, threads and fits pipes with adjoining pipe assemblies. Repairs leaks and clears clogged drains. Installs sinks, showers, toilets, water heaters and related plumbing fixtures. May replace tile, replaster or paint walls through which holes have been made to gain access to plumbing. Interprets blueprints and works from sketches or verbal instructions. Performs all work in accordance with established safety procedures.


  • Inspects, tests, repairs, installs and maintains mechanical equipment and systems, including but not limited to fire protection systems, domestic and sewer lines and systems, eye wash stations, back flow devices, flushometers, service kitchens equipment, and grease interceptors
  • Estimates time and material costs on plumbing projects
  • Inspects completed work to ensure compliance and engineering specifications and Los Angeles city codes
  • May requisition new plumbing supplies and equipment


  • High School/GED
  • 4 to 5 years of maintenance plumbing experience
  • Valid California driver's license with less than three DMVV points
  • Holds a Los Angeles County back flow tester license or able to obtain one within 12 months of employment
  • Holds a C 36 contractor's license or Journeyman's card

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Assistant Vice President, Engineering and Energy
Columbia University

Assistant Vice President, Engineering and Energy
Columbia University

Columbia University Facilities and Operations supports the core educational and research mission of the University by maintaining a safe, beautiful, and functional campus environment, and providing services and spaces for campus life and activity outside the classroom. Facilities and Operations is responsible for the safety, preservation, and maintenance of Columbia's real estate portfolio. It provides space planning; oversight of new building design and construction; renovation, repair, and restoration of existing spaces; operations and maintenance of buildings and grounds; and management of the University apartment housing inventory and campus public safety. Within campus, Facilities and Operations also serves the community through the operation of its residential and retail dining program, event catering and venue management, undergraduate residence halls, student center and bookstore, and sustainability engagement.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Vice President for Operations, the Assistant Vice President of Engineering and Energy is responsible for visionary and strategic energy services and programs for Columbia University.  This position will direct, strategize, and organize utility plant and environmental initiatives and services.  This includes master planning, conservation efforts, managing renewable energy portfolios, strategic procurement of natural gas and electricity, and other energy-related strategic initiatives. 

The Assistant Vice President leads the tactical effort to integrate energy conservation practices into the University operations and activities.  He / she develops and recommends plans to advance the University's energy conservation efforts; and provides leadership for the development and implementation of goals, policies, and elimination of GHG emissions.

This position makes decisions on strategic initiatives with the goal of meeting the University's commitments to energy reduction.  In addition, he / she is responsible for coordinating the energy procurement and utilization of the campus's central utility plants to maximize efficiency and minimize cost. This position will lead the Energy Management Group, the Engineering Group, the Building Commissioning Group, and the Central Utility Plants.  The Assistant Vice President will work with and provide recommendations on sustainability and energy management initiatives to Capital Project Management, Operations, and the Sustainability committee, and works closely with senior leadership to balance short- and long-term strategic sustainability and energy management efforts. He / she will act as subject matter expert to provide leadership to develop campaigns and promotions that heighten awareness of energy issues.

Essential Functions:

  • Develops strategic initiatives tied to utility management plan, consumption measurement, conservation technologies, renewable energy, sustainable systems, policy program development and implementation, utility recharge and forecasting, energy commodity market analysis, and procurement of natural gas and electricity.
  • Responsible for the development and implementation of procedures to comply with regulatory programs.
  • Establishes and implements short- and long-range organizational goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates program effectiveness; and implements changes required for improvement. Implements strategies for continuous improvement of campus infrastructure, capital planning, systems, operations, and energy conservation.
  • Provides oversight for energy efficiency projects in cooperation with Capital Project Management and the Manhattanville Development Group.  
  • Directs Central Utility Plant Manager’s activities to ensure reliable operations of the steam plants, steam and condensate distribution and metering systems, chiller plants, distribution, and metering systems. 
  • Identifies opportunities for outside grant funding, rebate programs, or other savings programs and manages application submittals, grant program management, and various reports.
  • Identifies building mechanical problems impacting energy consumption. Advises maintenance shops on energy efficient operation of building mechanical systems.
  • Provides direction to the Building Automation Systems Manager to ensure establishment of and adherence to standards for existing control systems and new installations, and direction.  Leads building re-commissioning and new commissioning efforts.


  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related field required.
  • Master’s degree in Engineering, MBA or other advanced degree preferred.
  • Ten years of experience in utility infrastructure, university utility and facilities operations preferred; ten years of experience in related field required. 
  • Demonstrated experience managing the operation and maintenance of central utility plants preferred. 
  • Minimum of seven years of environmental / sustainability experience.
  • Certified Energy Manager or Certified Energy Procurement Professional preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience in sustainability or LEED AP credentials preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience with energy, water, and waste conservation in buildings required.
  • Skilled in budget preparation, financial management, and analysis required.
  • Strategic planning skills. Ability to make administrative / procedural decisions and judgments required.

About the Search:

Columbia University is conducting a national search with the assistance of Helbling & Associates (, an executive search firm specializing in areas of facilities management, construction, engineering, and real estate development.

Please Submit Applications or Nominations to:

Mr. Lee Grandovic

Regional Manager, NYC

Helbling & Associates, Inc.

(724) 601-4607 (Cell)


Helbling & Associates, Inc.

8000 Brooktree Road, Suite 100

Wexford, PA 15090

Please visit Helbling & Associates’ Candidates Page for more information.

Columbia University is an equal opportunity / affirmative action – Disability / Veterans employer.




Engineering Systems Manager
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is seeking applications for an Engineering Systems Manager for the Facilities Management Department. This is a full-time, permanent staff position.

Purpose of the Position: The Engineering Systems Manager is the manager of our Facilities Condition Assessment Program (FCAP), Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Integrated Lifecycle Management (ILM) team. Will coordinate our processes for collecting, updating and reviewing data for our FCAP. Inspect, capture and catalog the information pertaining to the current state of the physical assets of the University. Work in collaboration with other departments within Facilities Management.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in the engineering discipline related to the area of assignment; or equivalent combination of training and experience. May require licensure by the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors.

Essential Job Duties: Utilize a generalist building system knowledge to assess building system condition and needs for improvement/repair. Utilize working knowledge of building sitework, substructure, shell, interiors, services, equipment & furnishings, special construction & demolition. Review existing building documentation (drawings, specifications, submittals) and use this information to perform building conditional assessments. Assist in the development and implementation of all FCAP procedures and processes relating to the collection and updating of FCA data. Manage FCAP database and update as building conditions change as the result of age, renovation and replacement. Review construction project scopes and ensure adherence to UNC Charlotte’s BIM and ILM standards. Review project documentation for new construction and renovation projects. Develop and manage assessment scope related to building equipment. Manage schedule and sequence of FCA work performed by in-house staff and consultants. Work with Planning Design Construction (PDC) management and perform project reviews to incorporate condition deficiency remedial work. Review estimates and proposals for building system repair, renovation and capital improvement. Execute projects and building walk throughs in a timely manner. Meet with campus stakeholders to plan facilities condition assessment walk throughs and present FCAP findings and to develop dashboards/customer user interfaces for FCAP data and metrics. Respond to campus stakeholder questions relating to FCA information. Perform presentations for internal FM teams and campus stakeholders. Supervise building walk through with teams that could include campus personnel.

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in the field of civil, mechanical, or mechanical engineering and/or facilities management/construction. Ten years’ experience working in the fields of construction or facilities management. Construction experience which includes experience a variety of different projects types. Experience working in a facilities management group, preferably in higher education. Experience working with VFA/Gordian Facility Condition Assessment databases, or similar product from another software company. Experience working in the field of Building Information Modeling (BIM). Experience working with Revitt. Knowledge of building infrastructure including roofing, enclosure and MEP systems. Knowledge of the design and construction process.

Salary and benefits are competitive; interested individuals should apply on-line at Search for SHRA job #009505. Applicants are subject to background checks.

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.


Mechanical Engineer
Salisbury University

Mechanical Engineer (Facilities)

Salisbury University, a member of the University System of Maryland, is a regionally accredited four-year comprehensive institution offering 58 distinct graduate and undergraduate programs. Located on the historic Eastern Shore, SU's beautiful campus is some 30 miles from the Atlantic beaches and 2.5 hours from Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

Salisbury University is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Mechanical Engineer (Facilities).

Primary Job Duties: Provide design and construction administration services for a host of annual projects to include HVAC, plumbing and fire protection design; Develop and prepare construction and bid documents for mechanical systems across the campus; Project Management for work designed internally and externally for renovation and new work; May provide assistance to maintenance staff in resolving maintenance problems and conduct periodic code and technology research.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and 5-7 years of related experience to include Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC). 

Must be detail oriented and have excellent interpersonal, customer service, organization and planning, prioritization, problem solving, follow through, time management, and oral & written communication skills.  Also, must be flexible and possess the ability to successfully handle multiple tasks/projects simultaneously and work well under pressure, independently, and in a team-oriented environment. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) is required. Must have detailed knowledge of HVAC industry and be able to produce specifications for Bid purposes. Must be able to design in AutoCAD.

This is a full-time exempt State position with a full benefits package. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

To be considered an applicant, you must apply online and submit a cover letter and resume.  All documents that you wish to provide must be attached to your application in the Online Employment Application System. Please do not send any documents via E-mail.  Three professional references will be requested and required before the final stages of the search. Candidates will be notified prior to references being contacted.

Review of applications will begin January 7, 2022; however, applications will continue to be received and accepted until the position is filled.

Applications will be accepted via Salisbury University's Online Employment Application System. Please visit our website to apply online. See the FAQs of the Online Employment Application System for more information and instructions.

SU is an EEO employer and is strongly committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff and student body.


The University of New Mexico

The University of New Mexico’s (UNM) Planning, Design & Construction (PDC) seeks a Planner to join our vibrant, committed team of professionals who support the built environment at UNM.  The Planner will be responsible for supporting the University Planner, Senior Planner, and PDC staff with planning efforts, as well as other Campus Environments and Facilities planning efforts.

UNM’s PDC provides seamless delivery of professional support services to internal clients using best practices in capital project planning, development, and construction.

Duties of the Planner include, but are not limited to:

§  Assists in campus master planning studies, long-term facility management and land planning activities.

§  Assists in the: preparation of feasibility studies; identification of project goals, objectives, critical physical and environmental constraints; space utilization and facility condition assessments; and completion of project deliverables.

§  Assists with preparation of quantitative-based projections for facility and capital projections.

§  Supports the production of the annual capital budget, inclusive of facilities, environmental design, landscaping, renewal, and infrastructure and participates in the 5-year capital budget update.

§  Coordinates production of planning documents, reports, and portfolio.

§  Provides comprehensive facility planning support to PDC capital projects; including coordination of project scopes, programs, program adjustments and project revisions.

§  Leads special studies and environmental design projects.

§  Maintains consistent design guidelines and standards.

§  Assists with various internal and external committees and working groups concerned with the campus physical development plans.

§  Supports Campus Environments and Facilities with a variety of Asset Management Program efforts.


UNM employees enjoy a great benefits package, including: four (4) weeks of vacation, paid holidays, sick leave, retirement benefits, tuition remission benefits for yourself and additional education benefits to spouses or domestic partners, and dependent children of eligible employees and retirees.

See the Position Classification Description for additional information:

Minimum Job Requirements:  Bachelor's degree; at least 3 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.  Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.

Preferred Qualifications:

This position will be critical in supporting PDC’s efforts to improve and maintain the built environment. The ideal candidate will have:

·       Degree in Architecture, Planning, Landscape Architecture, or related field.

·       Excellent discipline-specific analytical abilities.

·       Excellent discipline-specific communications skills.

·       Excellent writing skills.

·       Excellent graphic and map production skills.

·       Consensus building skills.

·       Awareness of the relationship of planning with the physical environment, real estate, economics, development, architecture, and governmental processes.

·       Experience using Word, Excel, desktop publishing, graphic applications, spreadsheets used in planning projects.

·       Ability to learn UNM’s software and asset management systems.

·       Experience in the field of planning for educational communities.


To view the full job advertisement and for application instructions, visit:

Please note that incomplete applications will not be reviewed.  See application instructions for details.

The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.


Project Coordinator
Ohio University

Ensures project success through consistent administration of project documentation in support of the Project Managers. Interfaces with Capital Projects Finance to provide all necessary project documentation in the required format. Monitors project scope, budget and schedule performance to advise the contracting authority on appropriate course of action. Provides training and support in the use of eBuilder project management software and serves as a system administrator for eBuilder.
Job responsibilities:
1. Coordinate project management activities, resources and information including but not limited to preparing contracts, reviewing change order backup and validating information for projects. Review invoices and applications for payment. Make recommendations and work with the project team to resolve project billing questions, problems and or inconsistencies. Monitor and document expenses against established project budgets. Coordinate and forward all legal documentation as required
2. Assist with coordinating project design meetings, bidding, and construction activities. Compile project documentation in a consistent format. Develop Controlling Board requests for projects funded with state appropriations. Monitor and report upon established project activities and general financial status including development of project cash flows.
3. Serve as an eBuilder administrator. Complete training on how to use the system and perform administrative functions. Assist the Manager of Project Support in performing administrative functions in the software from establishing new user accounts to more advanced functions like developing processes and process documentation.
4. Coordinate and assist with project reporting which involves entry and extraction of data activities with various electronic formats and software.
5. Assist with communicating and coordinating project activities with University stakeholders.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Associate’s Degree, or vocational or technical school degree in Business, Accounting or Finance or related field.
• Minimum of 3 years work related experience
**An equivalent combination of education and experience will also be considered.

Please apply at the following link by December 21, 2021:


Sr. Planner
The University of New Mexico

The University of New Mexico’s (UNM) Planning, Design & Construction (PDC) seeks a full-time Sr. Planner to join our vibrant, committed team of professionals who support the built environment at UNM. PDC is working on numerous, long-term plans. The Sr. Planner will be responsible for leading the University’s efforts in facility planning. This role will provide leadership in a broad array of matters including facility planning, architecture, site development, asset management and real estate associated with but not limited to the University’s academic, administrative, athletic, and residential functions.

The Sr. Planner will lead the University’s facility planning efforts by coordinating with academic and administrative leadership, facility managers, and consulting planners, architects, and other professionals. The Sr. Planner will provide broad leadership on facility use and development, working closely with the University Architect and University Planner, Institutional Support Services’ Campus Environments and Facilities, and the University’s executive administration.

Duties of the Sr. Planner will include, but are not limited to:

·       Provides leadership in campus master planning studies, long-term facility management and land planning activities.

·       Develops and prepares feasibility studies; identifies project goals and objectives, critical physical and environmental constraints, space utilization and facility conditions, and establishes and monitors project deliverables.

·       Collaborates with Office of the Provost, administrative leadership and Capital & Space Strategies to analyze the efficiency and utilization of existing space allocations and to strategize space needs in facility planning.

·       Provides strategic leadership to wide variety of facility management efforts.

·       Provides guidance in benchmarking, technology, academic and research trends, and space projections to establish quantitative based projections for facility and capital projections.

·       Assists with production of the annual capital budget, inclusive of facilities, landscape, renewal and infrastructure and participates in the 5-year capital budget update.

·       Manages production of planning documents and reports.

·       Facilitates comprehensive facility planning support to all Planning, Design & Construction capital projects; including the development and / or guidance of project scopes, programs, program adjustments and revisions in development.

·       Manages special studies and environmental design projects.

·       Participates in various internal and external committees and working groups concerned with the campus physical development plans.

This leadership role provides expertise to the University’s leadership at a time of rapidly changing business context and space usage. The ideal candidate will be able to provide superior, active guidance regarding the University’s near and long term programmatic and physical planning goals.

UNM employees enjoy a great benefits package, including: four (4) weeks of vacation, paid holidays, sick leave, retirement benefits, tuition remission benefits for yourself and additional education benefits to spouses or domestic partners, and dependent children of eligible employees and retirees.


See the Position Classification Description for additional information:


Minimum Job Requirements:  Bachelor's degree; at least 7 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.  Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.

Preferred Qualifications:

·       Master’s degree in Architecture, Planning or related field

·       Excellent discipline-specific analytical abilities

·       Excellent discipline-specific communications skills

·       Excellent writing skills

·       Consensus building skills

·       Awareness of the relationship of planning with the physical environment, real estate, economics, development, architecture, and governmental processes

·       Experience using Word, Excel, desktop publishing, graphic applications, spreadsheets used in planning projects

·       Ability to learn UNM’s software and asset management systems

·       Experience in the field of planning for educational communities


To view the full job advertisement and for application instructions, visit:

Please note that incomplete applications will not be reviewed.  See application instructions for details.

The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.