The Director of Security and Building Operations is responsible for all operations-related activities of the facility; ensuring an industry standard level of security in both public and non-public areas of the museum; training gallery staff on security procedures and; overseeing all cleaning, regular maintenance. This position supervises the building and operations assistant who hires, schedules and provides daily supervision to gallery staff.
This is a 100%, 12-months, continuous Civil Service position (classification 7424BG, CO Pro 4 Supervisor-Building Management).
Ensures an industry standard level of security in both public and non-public areas (45%):
• Has primary responsibility for establishing and maintaining proper security systems and procedures. • Ensures the proper function of all security systems including video surveillance, access control, intrusion alarm, and physical/mechanical barriers. • Implements policies and procedures to ensure smooth operations and communications with security personnel. • Works with the University Department of Central Security and University Police to maintain appropriate alarm response, card access, and other security system programming. • Works with the curators, museum registrar, and exhibits coordinator to address issues related to the safety and physical security of the artwork on view and in storage. • Supervises building and operations assistant who hires, schedules and supervises student gallery staff and student custodians. • Is responsible for training student gallery staff on security and emergency procedures and to provide ongoing instruction • Trains all staff on emergency procedures
Responsible for operations of WAM’s physical plant. Oversees all regular cleaning, maintenance, and operations-related activities of the facility. Coordinates and manages construction activities (45%):
• Ensures and upholds high standards of cleanliness and upkeep of the facility and grounds. • Hires, trains, and supervises building operations staff including the building and technical operations assistant and student custodians. • Establishes and manages the building operations annual budget. • Plans, prioritizes, and coordinates regular maintenance of the facility. • Plans, prioritizes, budgets for, and coordinates upgrades to and replacement of building systems, working with University Construction, CPPM and other University auxiliary departments. • Works with supporting U departments to ensure smooth operation and upkeep of the facility • Understands and ensures the proper maintenance of the technical interfaces with the building systems including HVAC (Metasys), and fire detection/suppression.
Assists other museum departments (10%):
• Provides support to Events department when needed, including use of lift to support internal and external programs • Provides support to museum staff for facilities needs, i.e., office reconfigurations, carpentry projects.
PAY RANGE: $63,000-$66,000
WORK MODE: 100% on site.
Bachelor's degree and 5 years of experience in building operations, maintenance, HVAC, and security or a combination of related education and/or work experience to total 9 years.
Experience with computer applications that control HVAC, fire, and/or security systems.
Must have prior supervisory experience.
Demonstrate strong organizational skills, be self-motivated and be able to work independently.
Must demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of art museum operations and practices.
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