Maintains and oversees the day-to-day operations of computing or technology-based facilities, resources, or services required for others to do their work. May typically work with pre-programmed/pre-set software and hardware. Supports District, Zone and Central Shops' system and reporting needs. This position functions with a moderate to high degree of autonomy. Position makes decisions according to established policies and procedures, although incumbent frequently exercises discretion in determining appropriate methodologies for analysis of data. Identifies and/or develops appropriate tools (spreadsheets, databases, graphs, charts, etc.) required to conduct analysis. Defines new iterations of analysis, identifying new data elements to be incorporated based on previous outcomes. Restructures projects according to previous outcomes. Identifies and often resolves issues affecting analysis that need further development or resolution prior to completion of project. Implements selected methodology to develop results such as historic trends, current position, projected position, or impact on resource requirements. Performs comparisons against identified standards, targets, and/or strategic plans. Generates reports of results for use by internal and external customers; these reports can be used by all levels of management including senior leadership. Fully understands the ins and outs of the maintenance program Customized Maintenance Software (CMS). Analyzes workflow, identifying logistical and/or operational issues to target for improvement. Supports university sustainability initiatives. Must be able to use and write VBA code to automate processes. Uses the program Smart Inspect for both FOD and WMC to help ensure the cleanliness of campus. Must understand Tableau. Creates dashboards as needed for all levels of leadership.
Bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent combination of education and experience; knowledge of the software systems, work order management CMS, Tableau, Excel including VBA, and Smart Inspect.
Extensive knowledge of Tableau; ability to create and projects, design and maintain dashboards, ability to create, manage, and interpret data to ensure productivity and support for organizational demand; excellent organizational, planning and computer skills and ability to work in an office environment. Ability to lead projects and be on multiple teams covering a wide spectrum to help University goals. Knowledge of work order management systems: design and run reports, ability to troubleshoot problems within the system. Knowledge of analysis methodologies and the appropriate applications; demonstrated advance problem solving abilities, especially in the application of appropriate methodologies to data; advanced communications and presentation skills; experience in project management; knowledge of office practices and procedures; thorough knowledge of relevant University policy and procedures.
Target Salary: $58,000.00 - $78,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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