Director for Campus Operations
Harford Community College
The Director for Campus Operations manages the operations area of the College, which includes master planning, capital projects, facilities maintenance, housekeeping, grounds maintenance, real estate management, occupational safety and health and distribution services.
This position supervises direct reports in the areas of capital projects, waste water management, facilities maintenance and distribution services; develops facilities master plan and capital program documents and proposals; coordinates design, construction, and maintenance activities; manages the annual capital budget and departmental operating budgets; and represents campus operations at meetings and hearings. Other duties include serving on College, state and county committees and tasks forces.
The Director engages peers and colleagues in regular communication with the intent of fostering an open dialogue and healthy exchange of ideas; and demonstrates a strong commitment to the College’s mission, vision and values through behaviors and work performance.
This is a full-time administrator position reporting to the Sr. Associate Vice President for Administration and Campus Operations.
A bachelor's degree and five to seven years of senior-level administrative and supervisory experience in the field of facilities operations and capital projects are required; ten or more years of experience will be considered in lieu of degree.
Applicants must have experience in developing and executing master plans and capital programs and prioritization of deferred maintenance project lists; experience working with state and county officials in executing capital improvement projects; experience working with engineers, architects, designers, and contractors and large-scale projects; experience in managing large-scale construction projects from conception to completion; the ability to read, interpret, and execute blue prints and schematics for construction and mechanical systems, building codes, and regulations; and knowledge of current and emerging sustainable and green technologies, systems, and building methods.
The ability to develop and manage large operating budgets; knowledge of advanced electronic support systems and energy management technology; and the ability to create and deliver presentations to College leadership, the Board of Trustees, employee groups, and legislative entities are also required.
Salary will be commensurate with education, licensure, and experience.
For best consideration apply online by April 1, 2018.
For best consideration apply online at www.harford.edu/careers by April 1, 2018.
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