Administrative Superintendent, Level III - Facilities Management and Planning
This is a classified managerial position with four (4) assignment levels. Levels are based upon size of staff and campus:
Under general direction, with wide latitude for the use of independent judgment and initiative, oversees and is responsible for areas such as: cleaning, operating, maintaining, repairing and making improvements to the physical plant and grounds of a campus; the safe and effective operation and maintenance of the campus facilities; reviewing of repair/service requests and making inspections; establishing preventive maintenance plans and standards; the implementation of campus sustainability and energy saving measures; and dealing with outside vendors, contractors, federal, state, local and other entities.
- Assists in, or in the absence his/her supervisor, performs higher level administrative assignments and supervision of staff to ensure the safe and effective operation and maintenance of the plant, mechanical equipment and grounds.
- Serves as a principal assistant to a higher level college executive in one or more areas, such as the cleaning, operation, maintenance, repair and improvements of the physical plant and grounds of a community or senior college.
- Prepares the annual budget for the operation and maintenance of the college buildings and grounds under his/her control.
- Directs buildings and grounds staff in all repair, maintenance, and improvements involving major and minor alterations; directs staff in operation of plant, mechanical equipment and grounds.
- Trains staff in proper procedures involving equi9pment operation and safety procedures.
- Establishes work standards and procedures.
- Evaluates repair and service requests and makes inspections to determine the need for actual and preventive maintenance.
- Oversees operation and repair of vehicle fleet.
- Plans for the direction the rehabilitation, improvement, and repair work involving alterations to buildings and grounds, such as panting, electrical work, heating, ventilating, and air conditioning plant repairs, plumbing, masonry work, carpentry, gardening, and horticulture work .
- Requisitions, distributes and inspects materials, tools and equipment needed for repairs and maintenance.
- Reviews finished work, time spent, and material used for assigned projects.
- Ensures that waste is properly sorted for recycling or disposal and disposed in the proper manner.
- Is responsible for the proper removal of toxic waste under Environmental Health & Safety Office guidelines.
- Coordinates proper storage of toxic and flammable materials- allots proper space and containers if necessary.
- Assists in making surveys for cost estimates, and checks contractual work in progress for conformance with specifications and blue- prints.
- Contracts for maintenance services agreements and ensures adherence to bid specifications; approves payments.
- Is responsible for guaranteeing adherence to bid specifications and approving payments.
- Prepares bid specification for the performance work by contractors for the rehabilitation, improvement, and repair of buildings and grounds, including areas such as panting, electrical work, heating, ventilating, and air conditioning plant repairs, plumbing, masonry work, carpentry, gardening, and horticulture work.
- Develops and oversees preventive maintenance plans and standards.
- Plans for and directs the rehabilitation, improvement, and repair work involving alterations to buildings and grounds, such as painting, electrical work, heating, ventilating, and air conditioning plant repairs, plumbing, masonry work, carpentry, gardening, and horticulture work or prepares bid specifications for the performance of such work by contractors.
- Guides and oversees the implementation of campus sustainability and energy saving measures.
- Acts as a college representative with outside vendors, contractors, federal, state, local and other entities.
Administrative Superintendent Buildings-Grounds
CAMPUS SPECIFIC INFORMATION
Reports to the Executive Director.
- Foster a culture of sustainability through ongoing organizational communications and education and support the College's long term sustainability vision, mission and operating principles;
- Chairing (or proxy to chair) the sustainability committee, especially regarding hosting monthly meetings and overseeing efforts within the College continually redefining scope of the committee, duties and accountability;
- Identify potential funding sources and financial incentives for implementing projects by assisting in grant applications and partnership proposals.
- Serving (or proxy to administrative official) on the TGIF Grant Making Committee;
- Support implementation of programs in the following areas; Waste Mgt., Energy Conservation, Renewable Energy, Water Conservation, Transportation and Green Purchasing
- Complete annual greenhouse gas emissions inventory for College and action plan for reducing GHG emissions and energy use.
- Liaising with the Sustainable CUNY team as university efforts are increased across the board to collaborate on sustainability-related goals.
- Analysis of energy usage trends at the college;
- Analysis for projects on campus related to energy efficiency;
- Grant writing (including, but not limited to, NYPA OMAP administration and SIF grant writing
- Project management on energy efficiency projects.
- Write an energy-management policy;
- Devise a strategy for reducing energy costs and environmental impact;
- Coordinate an energy committee and energy champions;
- Develop a program of energy-saving projects;
- Maintain a register of energy-saving opportunities
- Measure and verify the savings achieved;
- Keep abreast of potential energy and water saving products;
- Maintain records of energy suppliers, transportation and metering companies, and regulatory bodies;
- Maintain links with current and potential energy suppliers
- Collect weather statistics, occupancy and production figures, and other measureable variable factors which affect energy consumption;
- Establish normal relationships between consumption and relevant driving factors;
- Analyze energy consumption histories on a weekly basis (say) to detect exceptions;
- Diagnose, investigate and rectify detected exceptions;
- Collate comparative data and yardstick figures for benchmarking purposes;
- Participate in energy benchmarking groups;
- Conduct or arrange staff awareness and motivation programs;
- Operate an energy-saving suggestion scheme;
- Devise, commission and deliver or supervise energy training programs
- A Baccalaureate degree in a related field of study from an accredited college and four years of related experience of which two years must be progressive full-time managerial/administrative experience dealing with a large staff, in the management and/or operation and maintenance of buildings and grounds such as large hotels, educational complexes, large office buildings, large building or hospital complexes, large gardens or parks; OR
- A valid New York State Registration as an architect and 3 years of related experience of which 1 year must be full-time managerial/administrative experience as described in "1" above; OR
- A valid New York State professional engineers license and 3 years of related experience of which 1 year must be full-time managerial/administrative experience as described in "1" above; OR
- A valid New York City High Pressure Boiler Operating Engineers license, a four year high school diploma or its equivalent, and six years of related experience of which four years must be progressive full-time managerial/administrative experience as described in "1" above; OR
- A four year high school diploma or GED and 8 years of related experience of which 4 years must be progressive full-time managerial/administrative experience as described in "1" above; OR
NOTE: An advanced degree in a managerial field from an accredited college may be substituted for an additional year of managerial/administrative experience.
Must be familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Must be a self-starter with the ability to work alone and with others.
Commensurate with qualification and experience ($74,960 - $85,000).
CUNY offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees and eligible dependents based on job title and classification. Employees are also offered pension and Tax-Deferred Savings Plans. Part-time employees must meet a weekly or semester work hour criteria to be eligible for health benefits. Health benefits are also extended to retirees who meet the eligibility criteria.
HOW TO APPLY
Click on the "Apply Now" button and follow the application instructions. Please have your resume or curriculum vitae and cover letter with names and contact information of 3 professional references available to attach into the application before you begin. The resume, cover letter and any other required documents must be uploaded as ONE document. The document must be in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .rtf, or text format. Incomplete application packages will not be considered.
The committee will begin reviewing applications on August 24, 2016. The search will remain open until the position is filled.
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Location: Hunter College
Job Title: Administrative Superintendent, Level III - Facilities Management and Planning
Job ID: 15315
Full/Part Time: Full-Time