Posting Summary: Typically Reports to: Executive Director, Planning Design & Construction Supervisory Role: Possible student-worker supervision
General Function: This position will be responsible for the management and keeping of all drawing files, electronically and paper form. Will develop and enforce TSU Signage standards and work with signage contractors. Will be responsible to maintain all building inventory data base and assist the Executive Director in the development of all State required building reports. This position requires a self-motivated employee capable of working with multidisciplinary team members in a collaborative, respectful, and productive manner. Attention to detail and a positive attitude towards tackling new tasks challenges and exploration opportunities is expected. This position will require great time management and prioritization skills to meet aggressive deadlines and working on multiple projects at once. *Responsible for the in-house development of any necessary drawings associated with any Facilities related project. Drawings may be architectural design drawings, design development drawings, construction drawings or conceptual drawings. *Develop and enforce TSU's signage standards, all necessary drawings, and manage all signage contractors. *Work with IT team to maintain and resolve technical equipment issues with hardware and software supporting the Department. *Manage the daily upkeep of the building materials and resource Library. *Update on a quarterly basis all TSU building inventories as required for State reports and submittals (keep the Schedule D and other State forms Current). This work may be completed manually or via Archibus Software if available. *Field verify measurements, and existing building conditions as needed for projects development, and drawing updates and revisions. *Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
Internal Number: 220_57019
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