The College of Human Ecology has an immediate opening for a two year term position as a Facilities Coordinator.
Serving as a key member of the Facilities Coordinator team preform duties in support of the daily management, maintenance, and operation of the physical plant of buildings occupied by the College of Human Ecology. Trouble-shoot and coordinate trade response to routine and emergency facility maintenance and operation issues. Prioritize and coordinate maintenance and repair of building systems through the Zone trade crew or outside contractors. Assist in scheduling system outages and utility interruptions. Ensure the safety and security of the building, occupants, and teaching and research activities conducted therein. Assist EH&S and OFPC with fire drills and other annual inspections. Coordinate small (<$100k) single-trade or components of larger multi-trade maintenance and program enhancement projects. Perform regular updates of the physical space inventory of these buildings. Perform regular updates of the capital assets inventory for all assets assigned to a College account. Provide facilities related support for special events. Provide shipping/receiving and loading dock management functions. Perform all responsibilities within compliance of University policies and Facilities Services procedures.
The work requires the ability to work within a complex structure with various college, university, state, and community personnel. The successful incumbent will have the skill, judgment, and ability to listen to problems of others and to provide appropriate solutions in a quick and friendly manner.
The successful candidate must be able to:
interact with the College community (faculty, staff, and students) with a consistently service-oriented attitude.
provide prompt client feedback in a clear, tactful manner.
employ independent judgment to coordinate activities for building operations and maintenance and related assigned maintenance projects
interact with people at various levels of authority with confidence and effectiveness, handle confidential and sensitive information with appropriate levels of discretion, and represent the administrative support functions of the college in a professional manner.
Please note that this position requires regular full-time hours of work to be from 7:30/8:00am to 4:00/4:30pm Monday through Thursday and from 7:30/8:00am to 3:00/3:30pm on Friday. Occasional late evening and weekend work as on-call/back-up support or emergency response is required.
Formal training beyond High school of 1 to 2 years, minimum 4 years related work experience required, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Working knowledge or proven capability to trouble-shoot complex, commercial building systems (electrical, plumbing, HVAC, IT, etc).
Ability to lift 50 pounds or more.
Highly motivated, self-initiating
Systems thinking, with strong desire to grow and learn.
Strong verbal and written communication skills, with a focus on customer service
Fundamental information technology skill required: BACS, basic Microsoft Office applications, email clients, and electronic calendaring.
Must have demonstrated ability to:
Exercise sound and ethical judgment/reasoning
Interact effectively with stakeholders and co-workers while maintaining a professional and positive attitude.
Perform self-directed work to accomplish goals required.
Perform well in a team environment
Organize information and tasks with attention to detail.
Logically and creatively problem solve, multi-task and manage priorities effectively.
Simultaneously coordinate multiple activities that involve a diverse group of stakeholders, within fiscal and time constraints.
Associate's Degree or equivalent in construction technology desirable.
Four years or more of relevant work experience in an academic setting where wet-lab research is performed.
Familiarity with the CU Facilities Services processes and procedures.
Demonstrated project management skills.
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Bldg/Facil Coord IV
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