Location FMO Full/Part Time Full-Time Regular/Temporary Regular
Performs and directs the design, planning, and management of complex engineering, construction, and facilities engineering projects or programs. Performs architectural and engineering work for design, design review, project management and resident engineering related to permanent improvements, renovations, and other projects with an emphasis on HVAC design. Performs other duties as assigned. JOB DUTIES:
35% - Essential - Design and Estimation: Develops scope for construction and renovation projects in campus buildings. Provides design, permits and specifications for general construction, HVAC, mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems. Provides drawings and specifications using AutoCAD, Revit, and other computer applications. Ensures compliance with applicable codes and standards. Estimates labor and material requirements and project schedule. Procures design services by contract. Ensures Facilities Maintenance and Custodial personnel are consulted to ensure maintainability. Assists codes official in plan reviews and code reviews. Collects data required to implement projects for departments and project managers.
35% - Essential - Project Management: Prepares contract and bid documents, reviews amendments and changes orders, and approves payment requests. Procures construction services by contract or use of in-house forces. Procures equipment and materials. Creates work orders. Schedules and coordinates material take-offs, project phasing, outages and disruptions. Recommends design modifications when field conditions warrant. Performs continual on-site inspection of construction activities and follow-up with customer throughout project to ensure quality, timeliness, and budget expectations are met. Conducts final project walk-through with customer. Ensures Facilities Maintenance and Custodial personnel are informed of project status.
20% - Essential - Records Maintenance: Maintains records of construction documents, including budgets, communications, contracts, change orders, drawings and specifications, meetings, invoices, payments, and purchase orders. Prepares reports. Documents project progress and management time daily. Ensures new equipment is added to building equipment database, including establishment of required preventive maintenance procedures. Ensures old equipment is removed from building equipment database. Provides as-built drawings to reflect physical changes of each project to vault coordinator. Reviews project upon completion to compare estimated with actual labor, materials, and duration. Completes and closes project in CMMS system.
10% - Essential - Safety: Promotes a safe workplace and safe work practices. Ensures compliance with all applicable OSHA safety mandates and enforcement of Clemson University's LOTO policy, excavation safety and confined space entry safety. Adheres to all EPA and DHEC rules. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
A bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture or engineering technology and journey-level engineering or architectural work experience. A master's degree in engineering or architecture and entry-level engineering or architectural work experience may be substituted for the required experience.
Work Experience 5+ years RESPONSIBILITIES:
JOB KNOWLEDGE Firm Job Knowledge - Firm working knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures and ability to use in varied situations
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Acts as Lead - Acts as a Lead by guiding the work of others who perform essentially the same work.
BUDGETARY RESPONSIBILITIES Monitors Budget - Does not provide input but is responsible for monitoring the departmental budget and may oversee fund allocation. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Stand for prolonged period Sit (stationary position) for prolonged period Walk or move about Use hands or feet to operate or handle machinery, equipment, etc Ascend or descend (i.e. stairs, ladder) Position self to accomplish task (i.e. stoop, kneel, crawl) Communicate, converse, give direction, express oneself Recognize or inspect visually Move, transport, raise or lower Extends hands or arms in any direction Use taste or smell to detect or determine particular flavors or odors Perceive, observe, clarity of vision WORKING CONDITIONS:
Exposure to heat or cold Exposure to dust/fumes Wet or humid Noise Vibration Mechanical Hazards Chemical hazards Electrical hazards Radiant energy hazards Burn hazards Overnight Travel WORK SCHEDULE:
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