Payroll Title: UCP IX
Class Code: 0930-9089
Job Family: FAC
FLSA Code: E
Under the administrative review of designated supervisor, directs construction, renovation and other building projects for campus and special off campus projects.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Designs or provides major assistance in designing complex renovation/construction projects which require an understanding of structural design and department/university needs.
- Determines the overall plan for implementing renovation/construction projects, including time schedule for each phase of the work, purchase and delivery of materials and equipment, staffing needs, etc.
- Develops an overall plan to implement each project, including time schedule for each phase of the work, purchase and delivery of materials and equipment, specific staffing needs and work assignments.
- Directs the on-site work necessary to bring each project to completion, making necessary adjustments to accommodate problems encountered in construction phase.
- Arranges for appropriate personnel, using either internal work force or task labor force to perform specified work; supervises, schedules and coordinates activities of work crews engaged in such trades as carpentry, plumbing, electrical wiring, sheet metal work, painting and other construction trades.
- Arranges for task labor work crews for each project; schedules and supervises work and makes arrangements for housing, food, travel, etc.
- Is responsible for purchase of materials, contact and coordination with university offices/outside vendors and follow-up to resolve problems that arise.
- Conducts feasibility and cost effectiveness studies for renovation and other special projects.
- Is responsible for regular maintenance and repair of laboratory utility systems such as plumbing, air, gas and electric services.
- Inspects condition of buildings and renovated areas and institutes schedule for routine maintenance.
- Responds to emergencies and initiates emergency repairs in a timely manner.
- Serves as troubleshooter for problems that arise regarding safety of building or laboratory facilities.
- Performs related duties as required.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree in an engineering field and 5 years experience or equivalent combination of training and experience
- Demonstrated knowledge of a variety of trades skills such as carpentry, plumbing, heating, ventilation, electrical, mechanics.
- Demonstrated ability to manage projects and supervise work crews.
- Ability to work with a variety of university staff, the public and outside suppliers of materials and personnel.
- Sound knowledge of structural design as well as knowledge of building codes, heavy equipment use
- Certification, or willingness to be certified, in solving asbestos problems.
Date Revised: 09/09/99