Required Qualifications (as evidenced by attached resume): Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Architecture, Business or related field. Seven years of full time directly related experience in utilities. Prior management and supervisory experience. Must have, keep and maintain the appropriate valid NYS Driver's License; have a motor vehicle record which is free from major violations or a pattern of repeat violations. (***Out-of-State Applicants, see "Special Notes."). Preferred Qualifications: Three years of experience in the operation and management of heating and cooling plants. Experience supervising personnel in a union environment. Experience working in a large academic setting or similar facility. Brief Description of Duties: The Director of Utilities and Energy Management/Sustainability is responsible for the daily operation of East and West Heating and Cooling Plants, Campus Utilities, High Voltage, Energy Management/Sustainability, HVAC and Electric Trades. The Director is also responsible for every aspect of Facilities Operations at the Stony Brook Southampton Campus. The Director will recommend and oversee conservation efforts; utilities coordination and monitoring; project management; and environmental compliance within areas of responsibilities. The Director will oversee the management of approximately 93 staff members in multiple unions (UUP, CSEA, PEF.) The Director is also responsible for the administration of the operating budgets in excess of $8 million and utilities consumption budgets exceeding $54 million. Meets with HVAC, Power Plant, High Voltage, Electric, Southampton, and Energy Management/Sustainability managers to review activities and provides direction on meeting the departmental and division objectives. Oversees expenditures in other functions in his/her area of responsibility. Coordinates with other divisions of the department in creating a unified public image and the most efficient provision of services. Responsible for emergency response and coordination in critical situations. East and West Heating and Cooling Plants: Direct the daily operations for both the East and West Power Plants, including new East Plant chiller building and High Voltage switching station and West Plant chiller and switchgear addition. Reviews work assignments, maintenance schedules, service programs, procedures, and practices and makes improvements as needed; develops and directs preventive maintenance programs, procedures and policies. Request and oversee capital projects. HVAC: Direct the day to day operations. Reviews work assignments, maintenance schedules, service programs, procedures, and practices and makes improvements as needed; develops and directs preventive maintenance programs, procedures and policies. Utilities - High Voltage Shop: Direct the daily operation and maintenance of the East and West Campus 69KV sub-stations 10A, new sub-station 10B with all associated systems, campus emergency generators, and the campus natural gas system. Reviews work assignments, including electrical shut downs; maintenance schedules, service programs, procedures, and practices and makes improvements as needed. Administer procedures and policies and oversee capital projects. Electric Shop: Direct the day to day operations of the electrical shop and street lighting. Review work assignments, maintenance schedules, service programs, procedures, and practices and make improvements as needed. Develop and direct preventive maintenance programs, procedures and policies. Direct work order flow making sure work orders are completed in an efficient timely matter. Southampton: Direct the operation of the Southampton campus through subordinates who manage the daily maintenance and repair activities of the campus in support of the academic mission of the University and its research environment. Directs the collection and verification of all utility data, and meets regularly with campus budget office. Acts as liaison between cogeneration pla
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