Pay Range: $20.60 per hour or higher depending on education and exprience
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Position Summary: This position (Superintendent), based in McCall, ID, will oversee all facility operations at the McCall Field Campus (MFC) and assist with facility operations at the Taylor Wilderness Research Station (TWRS). The Superintendent will support operations, facilities & grounds relating to all research and academic programming at MFC and will ensure that all buildings & grounds, research, programming, and maintenance equipment deployed meets the needs of faculty, staff, and students. The Superintendent, reporting to the Business Operations Director, will develop annual facilities work plans, maintenance schedules, equipment acquisition and liquidation. The Superintendent will assess facilities needs for long-term functionality of MFC, develop project plans including new construction, remodeling, major renovations, and similar multi-layered projects related to station wide management. research needs. The Superintendent will be responsible for meeting all university rules, regulations, and policies of the facility. The MFC Superintendent will serve as a team member with the TWRS Superintendent to provide assistance at either property as needed related to facility management.
High school degree or GED
3 years of experience in facility or property management including skills related to financial and project management and trades
Experience in performing maintenance and repairs involving carpentry, plumbing, electrical and general buildings and grounds maintenance
Experience using power tools, machinery, and farm equipment.
Experience using computer software and applications for word processing, project and budget management, email and internet research
Experience in construction trades.
Experience in project management and oversight.
Experience working at a remote or field-based facility & grounds; experience as a Wilderness First Responder. (WFR)/Wilderness EMT, or other emergency response skills.
Experience working in a university/academic environment.
Experience in handling, feeding, and packing livestock for use on remote trails.
Experience in forestry skills including wildland fire preparedness and initial attack, tree falling, chainsaw certification and other forestry skills related to managing a forested campus environment.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Must be able to lift, carry, and/or otherwise move 90 pounds.
Must be able to climb and work from ladders, stand, and walk continuously, and operate power equipment and automotive vehicles.
Must be able to work during inclement weather, at times for extended periods to time.
Posting Number: SP003094P
Posting Date: 11/02/2021
Open Until Filled: Yes
Special Instructions: Priority will be given to applicants who have submitted their materials by November 19th, 2021.
Background Check: Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.
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