Job ID: 2019-6159 Type: NYU Tandon School of Engineering (PE1001) # of Openings: 1 Category: Campus/Auxilary/Transportation, Facilities, Public Safety New York University
Position reports to the Director of Technical Services & Facility Planning and works with senior management to align space planning solutions with the school’s strategic goals. Partner with internal and external constituents to understand and address all area and department space requirements. Create and maintain space related documentation, including occupancy reports and forecasts, project budgets and timelines across projects/departments. Develop and implement documentation, standards and procedures to support the strategic goals of the school. Responsible for the planning process by preparing key planning and space metrics. This includes strategic planning, building operations, space planning, facilities inventory, budget development, resource projections, and scheduling.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree in Facilities Management, Architecture/Engineering or Design, Construction/ Project Management, or related field preferred
Required Experience: 5+ years Space Planning, Facility Project Management, Facilities Management experience or related experience. Must have a comprehensive knowledge of project management methodologies including design and construction practices, design and construction management, contract management, safety codes and requirements, and building codes. It is crucial that the Planning Manager be able to accurately identify, and integrate the MEP/FP system impacts and design components. He/she will also oversee quality control of design through the construction phase of projects.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Knowledge of space utilization and facilities management. Ability to analyze and determine space utilization needs and projections. Knowledge of AutoCAD/Navisworks (Revit experience a plus). Knowledge of sustainability best practices (LEED AP preferred). Ability to analyze and determine space utilization needs and projections. Ability to anticipate problems and minimize negative impacts on campus/college/unit/department. Ability to manage multiple complex and often-interdependent projects with varying scope and multiple stages of completion, concurrently. Ability to partner with departmental team members (both internal and external consultants/contractors). Working knowledge of NYS Building Codes, National Electrical Code, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) code requirements, and other National and Fire Protection Act (NFPA) standards Experience with Microsoft Office suite of products including Excel, PowerPoint, and MS Project.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Strong Experience in AutoCad; Knowledge of Revit, 3-D modeling, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Sketch Up, Rhino, 3D Max desired Experience working on a university campus is preferred Excellent communication skills and ability to prepare and perform presentations to executives and internal colleagues are required. Enthusiasm for being both an individual contributor as well as part of a high energy team is essential.
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