The department of Energy Management Systems has an exciting opportunity for a Full Time Assoc. Director, Facilities Management to work at the UHealth Campus.
The Associate Director Energy Management Systems is headed by the Executive Director of Energy Management and Engineered Systems and supported by the Manager of Energy Systems and the Sr. Software Engineer. The Associate Director Energy Management Systems has the primary directive of reducing outside costs incurred by the University such as energy/water consumption and vendor service/project costs. The Associate Director Energy Management Systems is the head of Energy Management group which supports and maintains the Energy, Compliance Monitoring and Automation systems across the campus and remote satellites for the Miller School of Medicine and UHealth Hospitals and clinics. The Energy Management group reduces the need for outside vendors by self- preforming complicated HVAC and lighting automation projects along with the service and maintenance required to sustain these intricate systems.
The Associate Director Energy Management Systems is a professional position responsible for providing leadership and technical support in the analysis, development, and implementation of energy programs or conservation projects.
Associate Director Energy Management Systems works closely with Facilities Design and Construction (FDC) reviewing mechanical system designs and ensuring new HVAC, electrical, mechanical, and building automation systems are installed in a manner that meets or exceeds University standards.
The Associate Director, Facilities Management will report directly to the Executive Director, Energy Management Systems.
Establishes and continuously assesses the effectiveness of the internal controls within the unit and compliance with University policies and procedures. Ensures employees are trained on controls within the function and on University policy and procedures.
Manages the day-to-day operations of the Energy Management and Automation department which includes (2) direct reports and (9) total staff members
Investigate and resolve any issues resulting from substandard performance and ensure service policies and procedures are followed by team members.
Provide assistance in the design and planning of new facilities and spaces, consults leadership on potential needs for capital and budgetary planning
Close monitoring of Central Energy Plant's operation to assure that the Plant consistently operates at optimum efficiency.
Consults FDC during new project conception and implementation ensuring mechanical and electrical designs accommodate existing building design and use case.
Maintains the15800 and 17000 specifications ensuring they are compliant with current Energy and System Integration plans
Collaborate with Physical Plat and Central Energy Plant (CEP) to ensure that mechanical equipment is operating at manufacturers specifications, ensures mechanical system retain expected efficiencies
Evaluates Test and Balance reports for new construction ensuring design intent for the project was met.
This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities as necessary.
Graduation from an accredited Mechanical or Electrical Trades school with major work and/or degree in facilities construction management, architecture, engineering, or technical management.
Bachelors of Science in Engineering Discipline, Mathematics, or Physics (Preferred)
At least 10 years work related experience required in research environment and facilities management. Experience in a Medical School facility setting is highly desirable
Preferred- Certification/Licensure in Professional Engineer(State of Florida), Certified Energy Manager(CEM), or Building Commissioning Professional(BCxP)
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