Responsible for strategic planning, design, modernization, installation, operation, and maintenance programs for portfolio-wide building systems, including HVAC, mechanical, building automation and direct digital controls, emergency, and physical access control. Building portfolio includes 250+buildings, approximately 10M sq. ft.
Directs Office of Physical Resources and Planning (OPRP) involvement in integrating new control system technology with outside vendor(s) and Harvard University Information Technology in building operations and construction. Plans, develops and coordinates relevant networks. Works with departments across the University (i.e. Engineering and Utilities, Harvard University Police Department, Operations Center) to insure proper configuration and management of FAS facilities systems.
Manages capital projects for building controls and security system upgrades throughout portfolio.
Serves as FAS Energy Manager and manages the Energy Team and FAS-wide Utilities consumption. In accordance with the Harvard Climate Action Plan, is responsible for the oversight and implementation of short and long-term projects and strategies that increase energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and minimize unnecessary consumption. Work with the Energy Team to identify goals, calculate budget and project savings for each project.
Create and monitor the utility budget including: calculation of current energy costs and identification of potential savings for upcoming projects.
Prepare budget reports and cost estimates for senior leadership.
Reviews HVAC, mechanical, BAS, DDC and security system and other multi-building contracts, proposals and service agreements upon request.
Participates in design review for major renovations, new construction projects and House Renewal.
Promotes, builds, and maintains good relations with the campus community. Keeps OPRP senior leadership informed of campus needs, systems status, and actual or potential occupant problems.
All formal offers will be made by FAS Human Resources.
Salary Grade: 059
Union: 00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary
Experience with computer based building controls and networking technology. Knowledge of building operations, particularly mechanical and electrical systems operations and maintenance. Experience setting direction and managing major upgrades of computer based building controls, including integrating new facilities into an expanding control network and program.
Eight+ years of experience in building management, construction and technology required, with an emphasis on new computer based technologies.
Experience with CCure 800 and 9000 helpful. Experience with Siemens APOGEE Building Automation System preferred. College degree preferred.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Internal Number: 49859BR
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