Full Time 40 hours Grade 053 UF&S MC Operations Schedule 7:30 AM-4 PM Responsibilities GENERAL PURPOSE: Participates in the planning, preparing of estimates and coordinating of all assigned maintenance and renovation projects. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Under general direction and with latitude for independent judgment: Receives all work/projects requests and reviews them with requestor departments and designated authorities. Conducts the necessary facility, service and utility surveys in order to determine the feasibility and scope of work. Prepares costs estimates, consolidates estimates and submits to designated authorities for review and approval.Â May provide the necessary authorization for approved projects.Â Develops and maintains a current master schedule of all maintenance and renovation projects.Â Maintains close contact with all concerned parties regarding changes and scheduling, coordinates and monitors all work in progress. Assigns priorities, plans and schedules work with Trade/Maintenance Supervisors and/or outside contractors and vendors. May maintain fiscal accountability of approved funds. May provide necessary computer data base input and utilize control reports to identify and investigate significant variations in schedules, reviewing them with designated authorities. Keeps informed regarding new methods and procedures in the construction field, new products and equipment. May serve on, or participate in committees. Assures that all work performed on behalf of the department complies with all University, federal, state and local safety regulations.Â Assures that contractors obtain Electrical Underwriters certificates for every project which is contracted outside of the University. REQUIREMENTS: Associate Degree in a relevant Engineering Technology and at least 3-5 years experience in maintenance or construction activities; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
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