The Planning & Capital Project Management (PL+CPM) group has the primary responsibility for overseeing the planning, design and construction process for capital projects at the Morningside Campus, the Baker Field Athletic Complex and Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Campus of Columbia University.
Working in conjunction with all the Columbia University Facilities departments including Construction Business Services and Communication, Finance and Administration, Campus Operations, Real Estate and Public Safety, PL+CPM and it's subsidiary groups implement approximately $75M to $150M worth of construction projects annually and consists of a staff of approximately 35 planners, architects, engineers and project managers of varying background including construction management, mechanical, electrical and civil engineering, and architecture.
The Planning & Space Information group is a business unit within the Planning & CPM organization that provides centralized planning, programming as well as space assignment, usage and tracking support for capital renovation projects, facility studies and in support of other critical University initiatives involving facility space use.
Reporting to the Executive Director of Planning & Space Information, the Manager, Space Information (MGR-SI) provides technical and managerial support for a portfolio of approximately 15 million square feet of space on five campuses, including academic and residential buildings, off-campus buildings and leased locations.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent required.
A minimum of three (3) years experience working with architectural drawings and databases preferably in an institutional setting is required.
A minimum of six (6) years of experience with Autodesk AutoCad software, space surveys and scanning protocols.
The ability to learn Tririga workplace management system is required.
Candidates must have excellent interpersonal, communications (written and oral) and problem solving skills.
Candidates must be highly organized and motivated, capable of effectively prioritizing project-related tasks and goals, and be detail oriented.
Experience working with academic space types and building space information is highly desirable.
Experience with Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software or the ability to learn is preferred.
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