Job Requisition Number: 23142. The Asset Management group, part of the Asset Management/Facilities Services unit, is responsible for planning and coordinating facility maintenance and renewal efforts, providing customer service to campus clients and collecting and maintaining condition and cost data for groups of buildings on the campus. Working in partnership with other campus units, such as Facilities Services and Construction and Design, the Regional Facilities Manager will be responsible for ensuring the effective planning and execution of maintenance and renewal work done in a group of buildings. The Regional Manager provides general support and oversight of regional facility work, projects, data, renewal and maintenance needs and cost planning.
Support renewal and maintenance projects and activities performed by internal staff and external vendors Assist with the prioritization of Facilities Services work and coordinate with staff to effectively execute the work. Monitor quality and performance of regional work done by trades staff Work with internal staff, external consultants and architectural/engineering firms to develop facility and project requirements for the region. Monitor tenant improvement and deferred maintenance projects done in a region Develop budgets and schedules for renewal projects in a region Maintain data on facility condition, life cycle and project costs, renewal plans and planned and completed projects for the region Assist with vendor and construction contracts, review and manage regional work activities, and act as liaison among region participants, resolving problems or conflicts. Communicate to campus and regional leadership regarding reqion activities and issues Develop a preventative maintenance plan for the region buildings and coordinate the execution of the plan with internal and external staff Identify and prioritize renewal projects and requirements for the region. Work with Capital Renewal program manager to coordinate inclusion in and funding from the program Perform organizational, campus and administrative activities not directly relating to projects, including serving on campus committees representing region.?Thorough working knowledge of building and construction, design, construction contract administration and California Building Codes, including full understanding of industry practices. ?Thorough project management skills, including skill to manage complex projects. ?Thorough knowledge of the campus, including its infrastructure and short and long range strategic building plans. ?Thorough skills in problem recognition/avoidance/resolution. ?Thorough organizational and analytical skills including skill to provide high quality control. ?Thorough written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills including high level political acumen. Education/Training: ?Bachelors degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training
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