Division Director, Facilities Management

Spotsylvania County, Virginia Spotsylvania , VA 22553

Posted 3 weeks ago

General Statement of Job Benefits Supplemental Questions

The Spotsylvania County Department of Utilities/Public Works is seeking to hire a Division Director of Facility Management to work as part of an innovative and energetic team. The incumbent will champion commercial construction projects ranging in size, including: renovations of existing facilities, new base building commercial construction, tenant build-outs, civil, and solid waste projects.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the implementation of the collective goals and objectives developed within the Department to ensure overall system integrity. The candidate will be expected to respond independently to various construction and engineering challenges that arise.

Special Duties & Responsibilities:
Leadership and Teamwork

  • Monitor, evaluate, manage and develop the performance of team members; execute dialogues, develop plans and follow-ups and take actions accordingly.

  • Provide guidance and direction for the team, including setting performance standards, providing technical advice, resolving requests for information.

  • Enhance partnerships with various departments including Utilities, Information Services, and Community Development.

  • Fosters and promotes the development of workplace culture based on collaboration, mutual respect, and responsibility; promotes a strong culture of safety awareness and compliance.

Project Management

  • Project development: draft specific scopes of work for solicitations; prepare additional solicitation documents as needed including floor plans, section and enlarged details, and schedules.

  • Designate managers to perform specific technical or administrative functions. Serve as project champion for multiple simultaneous projects.

  • Execute baseline property condition assessments.

  • Execute takeoffs in-field and by electronic drawings. Must have the ability to quantify linear feet, square footage, square yards, and lump sums.

  • Provide cost estimating for capital renewal projects using construction publications and records.

  • Integrate life cycle cost management strategies with facility service contracting.

  • Perform energy analysis with BAS and utility tracking data.

  • Manage the tracking of data and information sharing.

Contract Management

  • Advise on, or determine, need for a product or service; review technical requirements; determine deliverables required from the contractor; conduct market research to establish requirements and identify the marketplace; provide technical information to assist in determining type of contract and level of competition.

  • Conduct source selection activities. Serve on panels to evaluate technical or business proposals. Conduct past performance evaluations.

  • Monitor technical work of the contractor, and perform quality assurance and inspection of deliverables. Monitor the contractor's compliance with schedule. Provide technical direction to contractor within the scope of the contract. Ensure the contractor properly corrects all defects and omissions. Monitor contractor spending and review and process payment requests. Execute contract closeout or termination.

Minimum Training & Experience: Bachelor's Degree in architecture, engineering, construction, or related field with five (5) to seven (7) years of related experience with supervisory duties or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities.

Employee shall have at least one professional licensure/certification as a Professional Engineer, Architect, Building Official, Facilities Manager, LEED AP, or Certified Energy Manger.

Ability to work with various computer programs including Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), Geographical Information System (GIS) and common business software systems.

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