Job Requisition Number: 23838. Asset Management is responsible for managing the data analysis for evaluating the full life cycle of the campus buildings, systems, assets and infrastructure. Provide analytical reporting and matrix to inform management on building and asset performance, risk assessments, condition and reliability centered maintenance measures. Coordinate preventive maintenance programs for all assets and systems with FS Shop Leadership. Perform ongoing condition assessments for all campus buildings and infrastructure. Manage all deferred maintenance needs thorough our CMMS (Maximo) system.
The Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) Program Manager performs responsible project management and coordination functions for the various campus facilities stakeholders, in support of the Intergraded Capital Asset Management Program (ICAMP) and UC Berkeley Asset Management. The ICAMP program's objective is to inventory and access all UC owned real property assets at each of the UC campuses, using trained onsite campus inspection personnel. The Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) Program Manager position acts as the liaison and single point of contact for the campus, working with each assessment inspector, regional asset manager, and/or facilities services stakeholder. ICAMP Program Manager is responsible for supervising, coordinating, scheduling and overseeing all aspects of the inventory and assessment efforts performed by the onsite inspectors on each real property asset. Typical duties include scheduling; facilities observations and/or surveys, facility maintenance interviews, obtaining and providing existing electronic or hardcopy equipment list, architectural and site developed information, drawings, existing facilities condition assessment reports and other related facilities inventory and condition assessment data.
FCA PRE-PLANNING Plans, directs, supervises, coordinates the work activities and evaluates work flow of the ICAMP inspection employees and the daily activities at a facility or groups of facilities, in order to complete the building condition assessments. Organizes, coordinates and directs ICAMP assessment implementation plan, reviewing existing data, including but not limited to work order data and CMMS data. FCA INSPECTION MANAGEMENT/LEADERSHIP Plans, directs, supervises, coordinates the work activities and evaluates work flow of the facility assessment inspectors. -Assist in reducing likelihood of assessment effort disruptions of campus activities (i.e., classroom interruptions, interview schedules, etc.) by providing interruption approvals and/or notifications to assessment-affected areas as well as assisting in developing appropriate contingency plans as needed. -Ensure compliance and adherence to security, Environmental Safety & Health (ES&H), and work control requirements to ensure proper and efficient operation during building inspections. -Establish clear performance expectations; provide corrective action in accordance with unit and University Policies and Procedures. Monitor and evaluate employee job skills and performance, including evaluations, merit recommendations. Lead, motivate, coach and mentor subordinates; communicate clear vision of ICAMP deliverables. Assign work to FCA inspection staff; manage employee workload using computerized reporting system. Act as focal point for inspection staff in developing, prioritizing, submitting all systems maintenance projects/preventative maintenance programs for budgetary consideration and scheduling. Analyze/ resolve work problems; maintain records/reports. Exercise responsibility for quality of work produced by those supervised. Ensure new and existing staff receive proper training. Notify appropriate campus personnel of any danger of damage to campus physical assets, research, human or animal life, or environment.
FCA INPECTION REPORTING & CLOSEOUT -Ensure data integrity by reviewing all assessment data for consistency and accuracy. Develop reporting for system managers to review FCA data. Develop FCA Reports and manage DM opportunities. -Manage new development of new System Items not found in RS Means and Cost Adders in accordance with ICAMP processes. Ensure update of all documents and floor plans in the system. -Ensure proper closeout of all inspection task and set up all reoccurring FCA inspections.•Experience in construction, or maintenance and operations of facility systems or utility site infrastructure systems. •Progressively responsible experience in facility management, maintenance and operations. •Experience in all phases of coordinating, performing and/or scheduling property condition assessments. •Computer skills to utilize various programs and software such as Excel, Word, Outlook and Microsoft Project to manage work assignments, schedules, record keeping, report development, project management, and correspondence; skill to use peripheral devices. •Experience in supervision and human resources management to hire, assign and direct work, evaluate and reward performance, transfer or promote, suspend, discharge or otherwise discipline career staff employees. •Interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills to clearly and effectively interact with a diverse group of individuals to secure and/or provide information to clarify situations, resolve problems, and negotiate services and/or agreements. Customer service skills to provide courteous and professional service. •Skills to analyze, research, compile, organize and extract complex information or problems in an objective manner and derive logical conclusions to provide a sound basis for establishing priorities, selecting appropriate courses of action for pursuit or recommendations to others.
Education/Training: •Bachelor's Degree or technical degree from a post-secondary vocational or technical school in either Mechanical or Business Management, or equivalent combination of experience/training preferred
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