Working independently under the general direction of the Sr. Administrative Manager (and a dotted line report to the A&S Director of Facilities), the Facilities Coordinator provides oversight of all facility operations, maintenance, and security of the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts housing teaching, performance, and administrative activities. The Coordinator provides guidance, assesses issues, impacts and scope, and oversees construction/renovation projects. Plans and schedules renovations, maintenance, facility upgrades and mechanical shutdowns with faculty and trades people to minimize disruption to the teaching and performance activities. Manages key system. Responsible for securing the building and ensuring compliance with all state and local codes. Supervises student building monitors.
Work schedule generally follows a standard work week. This position is ongoing, 20 hours/week, 12 months/year.
Associates Degree or equivalent; more than 4 years and less than 6 years' experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Demonstrate proficiency of knowledge of University policies and procedures surrounding project work. Must have demonstrated working knowledge and understanding of utilities within building facilities (e.g., HVAC, Heating, Plumbing, Electric, Steam and Chilled Water, etc.). Must have excellent customer service skills, be well organized, able to manage multiple projects simultaneously; establish and meet deadlines. Ability to deal with often conflicting interests and demands of faculty and students is required. Excellent communication and diplomacy skills, required. Must have experience and proven ability to cultivate and maintain collaborative effective work relationships. Prior experience supervising students is preferred, but not required.
Applications will be accepted through Wednesday, March 27, 2019. To be considered, please submit BOTH cover letter and resume. We have found it most efficient to save in one document before attaching.
No visa sponsorship or relocation assistance are provided for this position.
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