Commissioning Project Manager, Systems Performance and Turnover (SPT)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 22586
COMMISSIONING PROJECT MANAGER, SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE AND TURNOVER (SPT), Facilities (Dof), to oversee the implementation of the commissioning and turnover processes executed for new and renovated building projects, retro-commissioning, re-commissioning, or continuous commissioning projects performed by the Dof on campus; manage third-party consultants; and collaborate with groups across the Institute regarding commissioning and facility turnover activities.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree in engineering; five years' commissioning/turnover experience; excellent negotiation, organizational, interpersonal, problem-solving, and oral and written communication and presentation skills; experience with project scheduling and Microsoft Office applications; progressive experience managing multiple small- to complex design and construction projects simultaneously, meeting budget and deliverables; field experience operating and troubleshooting building systems and building automation systems; experience with energy-efficient equipment design and control strategy optimization; and a systematic and self-motivated approach to work. Must have knowledge of the following: relevant Massachusetts' building codes and regulations; building operation and maintenance and O&M training; building commissioning, retro-commissioning, and continuous commissioning processes; automation and controls systems, HVAC systems, gas distribution systems, commercial refrigeration, fire alarm/life safety systems and lighting controls; designing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems for commercial, institutional, and light industrial facilities; and building and energy codes and energy standards. Should also be able to exercise judgment and independent evaluation, selection, and adaptation/modification of standard project management approaches; prepare budgets, schedules, and logistical graphic descriptions on how a project will be implemented; independently resolve complex issues and recognize when to escalate issues; review commissioning specifications and pre-functional and functional test procedures; and liaise effectively with professional staff throughout the Institute. PREFERRED: EIT or PE, CCP, BCxP, or LEED accreditations/certifications. Job #22586-9
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