Science Complex Manager

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Description
The Science Complex Manager will work closely with the Dean, faculty and staff in the Fisher College of Science and Mathematics to ensure an efficient move into the Science Complex. The position will not only effectively manage shared spaces with a unique understanding of the needs of the college, but will also make recommendations for improvement. Coordination and collaboration are key functions of this position. As the liaison to the Office of Technology Services, the Science Complex Manager will coordinate classroom technology, including troubleshooting and problem-solving when applicable. This position will also work closely with the Lab Managers within the college to facilitate improvements and effectiveness. To be successful, this position will regularly collaborate with various TU departments including facilities, work control, access control, environmental health and safety, and ABM janitorial services. The Science Complex Manager will have oversight of building operations, including material requests and replacements, disposal of chemical materials, recycling and disposal of lab material, and key coordinator. The Science Complex manager will also oversee receiving and shipping of items that are large or require special handling (live, frozen, refrigerated) and oversee the chemical inventory for the building.



Qualifications
    Bachelor degree.

    Three years of experience in coordination/management of a major department, division, or building.  

    Coursework or work experience in laboratories or independent research. 

    Demonstrated organizational and communication skills.

    Experience with coordinating maintenance issues with appropriate parties.

    Proficiency in serving as the point-person for an organization or project with an ability to build positive relationships. 

    Strong understanding of technology and ability to troubleshoot/problem-solve a variety of issues.

    Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with peers to resolve issues and develop solutions. 


Preferred:

    Graduate degree in the sciences.

    Experience managing a laboratory or building at a college and/or university.

 

 

A Criminal Background Investigation is required for the hired candidate, and the results may affect employment.



Organization: Academic Affairs Division
Primary Location: Main Campus
Job Posting: Apr 5, 2021

 

 

 

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Posted: 4/7/2021
Application Due: 7/6/2021
Work Type: Full Time
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