Job ID: 2022-15024 Type: Full-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Facilities Management and Physical Plant
Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects (OCP), projects seeks experienced Construction Code Analyst to join our dynamic staff.
The university Code Analyst serves as the code specialist for the University and is the chief liaison to the State Bureau of Construction Project Review, and university code representative to municipalities for all construction plan review and permit approval matters. It is the Code Analyst’s responsibility to provide management, oversight and guidance on all code matters effecting university construction, and to assist with related fire safety and campus housing issues as they pertain to buildings constructed and occupied under the state codes.
This successful candidate must embody core values essential to the Facilities organization including excellent customer service, resourcefulness, dependability, and approachability, while exercising the utmost discretion. The position will require strong organizational, communication, customer service, and process management skills to help shape this dynamic department responsible for executing the Capital Plan.
Liaison to the state bureau of construction project review, and university code representative to municipal construction offices.
Expedite plan review of university Class 1 construction projects by the state bureau of construction project review.
Expedite receipt of final state plan review approvals to allow issuance of municipal certificates of occupancy.
Provide advice to state and municipal construction officials concerning specific code questions on university construction projects.
Track the status of all submittals made to the state bureau of construction project review.
Meet with program and project managers to maintain and pass on state and municipal construction code information.
Act as resource to the university community on code matters.
Oversee state uniform fire code, subchapter 4 projects to insure compliance with required scope and implementation.
Serve as senior staff person to the office, reporting directly to the executive director of administration.
Other tasks from time to time determined to be within scope of practice.
Professional degree in Architecture, Professional Engineering, or Construction Code Compliance.
Licensed New Jersey Architect or Professional Engineer (or ability to obtain a license.
Licensed and certified (or ability to obtain a license and certification) in New Jersey construction, fire and housing codes, including construction code official, and HHS (Class 1) building, and fire, subcode official.
Experience in codes and standards, plan review, and inspections.
Able to supervise and assist professional and technical staff in state uniform construction code matters.
Proficient in the use of web-based project management software/tools.
Ability to make persuasive written and oral presentations to authorities and peers.
5 years construction experience at a college, or 10 years’ experience in an architectural firm, construction firm, corporation or government agency.
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW
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