Deputy Director – Plumbing Services
Type: full time
Role: supervisor / manager
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ABOUT STANFORD AND HOUSING AND FOOD COMPANIES:
Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley, is one of the world’s leading teaching and research universities. Since opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to big challenges and preparing students for leadership in a complex world.
Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE), Stanford University’s largest charity, supports the university’s academic mission by providing the highest quality services to students and other members of the university community in a sustainable and tax-responsible manner. The division is the manager of a $ 1.8 billion asset portfolio that covers 1/3 of the Stanford campus and has an annual operating budget of $ 272 million for fiscal 2017. R&D includes over 800 employees in the following departments: Office of the Senior Associate Vice Provost (SAVP Office), Student Housing, Stanford Dining, Stanford Hospitality & Auxiliaries, Stanford Conferences, Maintenance Operations & Capital Projects, and a team of four R&DE strategic business partners : Finance and Administration, Human Resources, Information Technology and Strategic Communication. Home to over 13,000 students and their families, R&DE serves over 6.5 million meals annually to college students, conference, catering, retail and concession guests, and hosts a combined 52,000 guests annually at the Stanford Guest House and the Stanford Conferences campus.
ABOUT MAINTENANCE & CAPITAL PROJECTS (MCP)
This department supports all R&D activities and ensures strong management of their facilities by performing daily and preventive maintenance, running a 50 year old facility renewal model, managing planning and construction of capital and other important projects, promoting sustainability, health and safety protects in the workplace, monitors life. -Security systems and after-hours security, monitoring inventory of fixtures / fittings and parts, managing moving services and the fleet, managing utilities and waste, ensuring contingency preparedness and business continuity, and providing space and property management
PURPOSE OF WORK:
Management of facility operations and maintenance personnel, including other supervisors / managers, through assigned areas or facilities involved in the management or maintenance of facilities, buildings and / or equipment. Lead the strategic management of the department / unit and participate in long-term planning.
KEY ACTIVITIES *:
Overseeing the management of the assigned facilities and program staff (technical, operational and administrative), including: planning and directing the activities of the department (s); Monitoring of maintenance activities for timely completion and quality; Staffing monitoring, performance appraisal and staff management; Forecasting the staffing needs of departments or departments.
Create, develop and manage budgets for assigned areas.
Participation in annual and multi-year project prioritization, planning and funding; Head of the strategic management of the department / unit; can lead planning in some areas or segments; Recommendations on short and long-term programs and projects to develop and review long-term financial and programmatic planning and development.
Develop and review policies and procedures; Interpret and manage policies and procedures for the assigned area.
Clarify and solve complex problems that span multiple domains or technical fields; Develop or oversee program implementation within the assigned area. Implementation and monitoring of condition assessment programs. Manage assigned projects.
Research and develop new initiatives and technologies to improve service, increase sales, and realize system-wide opportunities
Carrying out complex, precise troubleshooting / problem solving for all facets of building installation systems and sanitary-related infrastructure, including hot water systems, sanitary supply and sewer pipes and associated infrastructure from the power grid to the building; Planning, monitoring, ensuring the timely implementation of preventive maintenance in connection with sanitary facilities; Sanitary-related safety oversight; Carrying out high-quality, legally compliant maintenance and repairs; Definition and management of contract work in these areas; Development, review, updating of R&D installation standards; Staff training on means and methods related to the plumbing trade; serve as a plumbing technical resource for the development of the project scope; Support the Stanford plumbing-related training program
Acts as a rotating part of the Duty Supervisor program team that provides hours of guidance in resolving emergency situations
* – Other tasks can also be assigned
Bachelor’s degree in engineering or other appropriate technical education, or a combination of technical education, training and experience. Five or more years of extensive relevant specialist and management experience in an environment with different building types (administration offices, classrooms, laboratories, living and dining rooms, lecture halls, etc.). Successfully completed training as a plumber
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
Technical knowledge of best practices in the discipline of asset maintenance
Proven experience developing and managing budgets and service contracts
Proven experience in planning, developing and implementing programs
Proven experience in understanding and applying relevant codes, regulations and processes
Ability to carefully read and understand architectural and plumbing drawings
Basic computer skills
Additional knowledge, skills and abilities that are considered very desirable:
Proven high level skills in the operation and maintenance requirements for building installation systems, hot water systems, and building supply and sewage installation systems; Means and methods of the plumbing trade
Proven knowledge of the types of relevant building systems, their advantages and disadvantages and typical system life cycles
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, including explaining technical information to a non-technical audience
Demonstrate effective cultural competence in diversity and inclusion practices, strategies, systems, guidelines, etc.
Understand several cultural frameworks, values and norms
Negotiates and facilitates through cultural differences, conflicts, tensions or misunderstandings
Role models for inclusive and culturally competent behavior
Required certifications and licenses:
Desired certifications and licenses:
C36 plumber license
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS *:
Perform frequently seated computer tasks at your desk, lifting / carrying / pushing / pulling items weighing up to 10 pounds.
Occasionally stand / walk, turn / bend / bend / crouch, lightly grasp / fine manipulation, use the phone, lift / carry / push / pull objects weighing up to 11-20 pounds.
Rarely kneel / crawl, climb (ladders, scaffolding or other), reach over the shoulders / work, grasp firmly, write by hand, sort / put down paperwork or parts, lift / carry / push objects weighing more than 40 pounds /pull.
* – In accordance with its legal obligations, the university provides reasonable accommodation for any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of their job.
Requires 24 hour response availability seven days a week for emergency situations.
May be exposed to noise> 80 dB TWA.
Can work at heights of 4 to 10 feet.
Interpersonal Skills: Demonstrates the ability to work well with Stanford colleagues and customers as well as with outside organizations.
Promote safety culture: Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and importance to safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behavior based on training and lessons learned.
They are expected to adhere to all applicable university policies and procedures, including, but not limited to, the personnel guidelines and other guidelines found in the university’s administrative manual, http://adminguide.stanford.edu.
The listed work duties are typical examples of the work performed by positions in this occupational classification and are not intended to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks and responsibilities. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based on departmental or program needs without changing the general nature and scope of the position or level of responsibility. Employees can also perform other tasks as assigned.
In accordance with its legal obligations, the university provides all employees with a disability who need accommodation to carry out the essential tasks of their job, reasonable accommodation.
Stanford is an equal opportunity and positive action employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment regardless of race, skin color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or other legally protected characteristics.
Apply to: https://careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/assistant-director-plumbing-systems-11719