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Serves under the direction of the Department of Pathology Administrative Vice Chair, Assistant Department Business Officer and Chairman as the Department Facilities and Special Projects Coordinator in matters related to space planning, moving services, equipment, safety and various special projects within the Department. Participates in the space planning process, researches, gathers and provides data for decision making.
Reviews project budgets and manages construction projects including time line. Analyzes Department of Pathology facilities projects for feasibility and budget estimates; provide data and technical information for long range planning recommendations; completes or coordinates complex space assessments and moving projects. Manage integration of new faculty members with respect to facility, IT and other needs as required.
Serves as facilities resource for the Department of Pathology; working directly with faculty where necessary to develop a facilities program for labs and offices. Reviews existing Department of Pathology facilities management, departmental policies and procedures and provide recommendations for changes and/or additions. Oversees all maintenance issues and needs of facilities on an on-going basis.
A Bachelor's Degree in related area; and/or equivalent experience/training.
Two (2) years of relevant experience.
Knowledge of building and construction, design, construction contract administration and California Building Codes.
Knowledge to coordinate and manage complex space planning and analysis, facilities construction, oversee project renovation, perform space utilization analysis, and project budget development.
Strong ability to manage details of complex construction projects and moves. Demonstrated skills to develop project scope and drawings.
Demonstrated strong computer skills in word processing, spreadsheet, and project management software.
Solid ability to manage contractors and maintain compliance to the agreed-upon scope of work and budget. Ability to act as intermediary between faculty/staff and architects/engineers or contractors.
Knowledge of University-wide and UCSD organizations, policies and procedures, particularly in regard to the areas of facilities planning, management and renovation and budgetary areas.
Working knowledge of University, federal, state and OP requirements for the management of inventorial property activity.
Knowledge of the UCSD construction process, including fund procurement, bid and ward of construction work, approval process, establishment of plant accounts, and inspection.
Ability to follow established Safety Guidelines. General knowledge of campus departments, personnel and their activities.
Employment is subject to a criminal background check.
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