This position will manage the daily scheduling and coordination of abatement work across campus, perform administrative duties associated with the abatement process (i.e. process invoices, access control, etc), managing contractor workforce, conducting job site audits, validating building data, collecting field data to support estimating, and conduct various data entry tasks into several data management systems. Additional, this position will assist with various other tasks to support PIA II: Environmental and Technology Infrastructure.
This position will engage in High Performance, leading edge practices, which are Innovative in their approach to increased Stewardship and Service Excellence.
Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills
Knowledge normally acquired in the first two or three years of college, technical or vocational school in project or office management with an associates degree in an engineering technology, sciences field, or a related area; one to three years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work in project management; experience in reading and interpreting blueprints, specifications, and instructional manuals; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; possession of a valid vehicle operator's license; must drive a University vehicle to perform job duties of this classification.
More than three (3) years experience in project or office management; technical report writing; certifications or training in hazardous building material (asbestos, lead, PCB, silica);excellent customer service and computer skills.
A creative and innovative lifelong learner with the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse population; able to problem solve within a collaborative team environment; ability to understand different perspectives while utilizing expert knowledge of the technical operations of the job.
Required Application Materials
Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm and may require after-hours, weekend and holiday work. A creative and innovative lifelong learner with the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse population
Summary of Health Risks
Work in noisy (at or above 85 decibels) areas. Risks that have been identified by Environmental Health and Safety, such as exposure to lead, chemotherapy, formaldehyde, asbestos, etc. Please list: PCB's, Silica
Bidding eligibility ends on 11/12/2019 at 11:55 PM
Internal Number: 620279
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