Assistant Director Physical Plant

The University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill , NC 27516

Posted 2 weeks ago

Physical Plant Duties: Prepares Physical Plant/university accident reports in conjunction with personnels representative.

Interview prospective employees that are recommended by Human Resources/supervisors to determine appropriate qualification, then make recommendation for hire to the director. Coordinate with supervisors the estimates for materials, equipment and supplies. Assist with decision relative to repair/replacement of equipment.

Prepare cost estimates and draw working plans for small renovations and repair projects. Schedule, assign, and inspect small renovations and repair projects. Assist in managing the removal of asbestos material when necessary.

Custodial of asbestos survey completed on campus. Channel all university requirement standards existing facilities information to designers and ensure that it is incorporated into design. Review plans, specifications and other documents to ensure compliance with university parameters, state criteria and comment.

Inspect the work to ensure compliance with university standards and procedures, plans and specifications, good workmanship and accepted construction practices. Obtain supporting work by in-house forces or by separate small contractors are necessary to supplement or facilitate work by contractors. Take actions to mesh repair work with university operations and to prevent repair interference with academic and other university activities.

Establish communications and ensure continuity of effective interfaces with university users, designers, contractors and external agencies. Work to ensure that Operations budgets and completions schedule are managed to obtain maximum benefit without exceeding funding or extending project schedule. Receive pay request applications from service providers, check for accuracy then process for approval for payment.

With project closeout ensure that Physical Plant staff receive all needed training information and special materials necessary for operation and maintenance of the building. Other Duties: Attend meetings; this includes daily departmental and weekly administration meetings.

Attend training workshops conducted by Human Resources Department and external contractors. These sessions includes supervisor training, workman compensation, policy and procedures, sexual harassment and safety. This position is Mandatory Personnel:

Mandatory Employees: Employees whose presence has been determined to be mandatory to University operations during certain types of adverse weather or emergency events. Bachelor's Degree and two years of experience in general facilities work; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.



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