The Capital Asset Manager will oversee the INSITE space management database as well as the Building Condition Assessment database, Infrastructure Condition Assessment database and the 10-Year Capital Facilities Plan database maintained within the Facilities Management Division. Responsibilities include ensuring that each of the databases is current and accurate. Provide custom reports for management. The position interfaces with Facilities Management personnel as well as personnel from the Provosts Office, Auxiliary Services, Athletics, Health Sciences, School of Medicine and each of the Regional Campuses. Creation of PowerPoint presentations for Assistants and the Associate Vice Chancellor. Must be knowledgeable of access data base systems, PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and Crystal Reports. Be organized and multi-task.
Bachelor degree with five (5) years' experience working with space management databases or managing major Facilities Capital Plans.
Hiring Range: $35,100.00 - $56,784.00
Education Required: Baccalaureate
Overall Related Experience Level Required: 5-6 years experience
Additional Education And/or Experience Essential To the Position: Bachelor degree with five (5) years' experience working with space management databases or managing major Facilities Capital Plans. Experience with Space Management software, database software and AutoCad software a plus.
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