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Camosun College Career – for Director, Facilities Operations Jobs In Victoria, BC

Camosun College Jobs in British Columbia :– Hurry ! great news for job seekers. Camosun College Jobs site publish notice for various jobs vacancy in their offices. Currently Camosun College Director, Facilities Operations Jobs available now. Candidates who are looking for Director, Facilities Operations Jobs in British Columbia with relevant required experience can apply for Camosun College careers Employment. Candidate will get after selection great Salary $ 87,327.00 Per Year.

Camosun College Jobs in British Columbia Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Camosun College

Name of the Vacant PositionDirector, Facilities Operations

Job LocationVictoria, British Columbia

Salary – $ 87,327.00 Per Year

Jobs TypeUniversity Jobs In Canada

Job Description

A) JOB SUMMARY
Facilities Services and Campus Development is responsible for planning, providing and maintaining an appropriate and effective physical learning & working environment at Camosun College. As a key steward of the College’s physical environment, Facilities Services is responsible for long term building & site planning, new construction, management of planned, corrective and preventative maintenance, renovations and tenant improvement projects, building operations and maintenance, grounds management, waste and recycling services, campus security operations, emergency management, occupational health and safety, and sustainability, transportation and parking.
Reporting to the Executive Director of Facilities Services and Campus Development, the Director is responsible for the management, coordination, support, and work accomplishments of all operational areas of the department. The Director provides support, guidance, advice and direction to managers in the areas of Facilities Operations, Emergency Management, Protection Services and Sustainability, Parking& Transportation, and maintains positive internal and external relationships using effective communication techniques.
The Director partners with college schools and departments to steward Camosun College’s campus operations in a consistent manner that supports the College’s mission of building a better future for our community with relevant, innovative and applied education. The incumbent of this position ensures that the College complies with applicable legislated requirements, that safe and clean campuses are maintained, that processes and equipment are in place to ensure the protection of the College’s physical assets and its employees, students and visitors. The Director liaises with external partners and stakeholders to collaborate on matters of mutual concern regarding college operations.
The Director accepts, emulates, implements, and supplements the College’s vision, goals, policies, and procedures. This involves representing the College at all times in a professional, ethical, and exemplary manner.

B) REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS
The Director directly supervises the Manager, Facilities Operations; Manager Protection Services; Manager, Sustainability & Transportation; and the Emergency Manager. Approximately 75 people work under the Director’s areas of responsibility.

C) ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Within the context of the College Strategic and Campus Plans:

Facilities Operations and Management
– Responsible for the management, coordination, support, and work accomplishments of all operational areas of the department, including building maintenance, custodial services, grounds management, receiving services, campus security, emergency management, occupational health and safety, sustainability, parking and transportation, and special facilities projects. This also includes responsibility for some maintenance upgrade and construction projects.
– Manages and coordinates Utility (electricity, gas, water, etc.) services to the College, including identifying opportunities for and promoting Energy Management, cost containment and usage reduction strategies.
– Ensures effective building inspection, audit and evaluation programs are in place
– Responsible for ensuring appropriate building regulatory & code compliance.
– Identifies and minimizes risk within campus operations and with individual projects and contracts.
– Reports on Operations & Maintenance performance to the Executive Director using KPI and other data driven statistics using the department work order system.
Fiscal Resource Management
– Develops, manages and monitors budgets in all areas of responsibility (approximately $7.5 million in 2020).
– Negotiates and manages contracts for services.
– Develops and manages contracts for various facilities-related services, including preventative maintenance and specialized services and maintenance upgrade projects; monitors contractor performance & compliance with contract requirements.
New Project and Program Development
– Works collaboratively with the Director, Campus Planning & Capital Projects, Capital Projects on major maintenance, refurbishment and renovation projects; jointly participates in ensuring requests are prioritized, appropriate scope documents and drawings are produced, and the management of and liaison with outside contractors and consultants.
– Provides departmental expertise in development of mechanical & electrical scopes of work on all projects
– Promotes and implements LEED & Green Building concepts where appropriate.
Protection Services
– Oversees all aspects of Protection Services. Works closely with the Manager, Protection Services.
– Responsible for ensuring public safety and public order programs are in place at the College. Ensures the development and promotion of safety programs with students and staff communities.
– Ensure security programs at the college are in compliance with international, federal, and provincial regulations and College security/risk policies.
– Participates, as appropriate, in investigations relating to the Student Conduct Policy and will ensure Protection Services’ participation, recommendations and actions under the policy are appropriate and consistent.
– Ensures the department’s risk management practices and safety culture are in line with corporate goals.
– Represents the College with regulatory agencies.

Emergency Management
– Working closely with the Emergency Manager, oversees all aspects of Emergency Preparedness and Occupational Health and Safety programs.
– Responsible for ensuring emergency preparedness and occupational health and safety programs are in place at the College.
– Performs active leadership role in the college’s emergency preparedness program.
– Manages and maintains life safety policies, procedures & systems and ensures regulatory & code compliance.
– Ensures the College OH&S programs reflect the most current developments in OH&S legal compliance and best practices.
– Reports on OHS performance to the Executive Director; generate statistical reports, analyze for trends and develop strategies to improve OHS performance.

Sustainability, Transportation and Parking
– Oversees all aspects of Sustainability, Transportation & Parking programs and services at the college. Works closely with the Manager of Sustainability, Transportation & Parking
– Ensures the development and implementation of the sustainability goals and initiatives on campus.
– Monitors parking programs to ensure continued growth in financial contribution to the College.

Management of Human Resources
– Responsible for, and provides expert leadership and overall human resources management and labour relations for the Facilities operational areas, including recruitment and selection, orientation, performance planning, training and development, and providing guidance to facilitate positive resolutions.

Leadership and Community Engagement
– Provide advice and guidance on facilities issues, acting as a resource person for college departments or members of the college community on facilities matters, and assists with the development of policies and procedures, researches facilities issues and implements operational solutions.
– Recommends solutions to the Executive Director on strategic issues.
– Liaises with other college administrators, especially on short-term tactical & operational planning matters, promoting cooperative and collaborative working relationships.
– Develops, implements, coordinates, and communicates college procedures relating to Facilities Services; responds quickly to inquiries or complaints.
Develops and maintains effective external relationships and partnerships

D) OTHER FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
– Assists and acts for the Executive Director, Facilities Services and Campus Development in their absence and/or as directed.
– Participates in various College committees.
– Participates in relevant professional associations and meetings.
– Performs other related duties as assigned

Qualifications
Education
– Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Mechanical/Electrical) or Architecture, Facilities Management or equivalent.
– Real Property Administrator (RPA) or Facility Management Administrator (FMA) designation or equivalent.
– Additional Building Owners & Managers Association and/or leadership, trades courses, certifications or qualifications is an asset.

Experience
– A minimum of eight years of progressively responsible experience in facilities management, facility planning and/or building operations preferably in a post secondary/educational institutional environment, including five years management & leadership experience as a senior administrator with demonstrated technical expertise in building operations and maintenance.
– Working knowledge of applicable Building & Fire Codes.
– Working knowledge of WorksafeBC and occupational safety and health law and practices.
– Working knowledge of personal safety and security issues, regulations, practices and investigations
– Excellent computer skills, including working knowledge of web technologies, MS Office suite of software.
– Proficiency with CMMS and Building Systems software is an asset.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

The Director must be able to:
– Utilize a wide variety of leadership knowledge and skills to advise, guide and direct appropriately on all matters affecting Facilities Services.
– Use technical knowledge to ensure the effective use of facilities space, equipment, people and contractors.
– Function independently in an environment where multiple projects, tasks and initiatives are in various stages of development and implementation.
– Exercise independent judgment and initiative to assess problem situations and to plan projects.
– Be self-motivated, professional and flexible; able to work equally as part of a team and independently.
– Provide strong leadership, teamwork, supervisory and customer service skills, with the ability to quickly develop & maintain positive client relationships.
– Demonstrate excellent time management skills
– Maintain superior communication (oral & written) and interpersonal skills.
Capabilities
As a member of the college community with responsibilities to enable the achievement of college-wide strategic objectives, the Director will demonstrate the three core and three leadership capabilities identified in the College’s Capability Framework:

Focus on Students and Their Success (Core)
We all have a role to play in promoting and supporting students – directly or indirectly – contributing to their success, education and transition as they build their path to the future.

Cultural Alignment (Core)
Inclusion and respect align with Camosun’s traditions of lifelong learning and positive, supportive experiences for all. We examine our individual and institutional cultures and, through indigenization, consider other ways of knowing (thinking), being (approaches), doing (acting), and relating.

Fostering and Nurturing Relationships (Core)
Fostering and nurturing relationships is at the core of everything we do. Successful workplace relationships take time to develop and include building trust, engagement and collaboration.

Address College Needs (Leadership)
In order to address college needs leaders recognize and respond to the complex, diverse and interdependent components. Leaders inspire others to work individually and collaboratively to achieve departmental/divisional, college and sectoral goals.

Enable Self & Others (Leadership)
To better serve students and the college to achieve success, leaders enable self and others to take responsibility and to participate in learning and development opportunities.

Create Time and Space (Leadership)
To be at our best and achieve organizational goals, we need both time and space. Time and space as a unitary concept promotes opportunities to listen, plan, think, create, innovate and develop relationships.

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Camosun College Career – for Maintenance Technician II Jobs In Victoria, BC

Camosun College Jobs in British Columbia :– Hurry ! great news for job seekers. Camosun College Jobs site publish notice for various jobs vacancy in their offices. Currently Camosun College Maintenance Technician II Jobs available now. Candidates who are looking for Maintenance Technician II Jobs in British Columbia with relevant required experience can apply for Camosun College careers Employment. Candidate will get after selection great Salary $ 30.39-32.59 per hour.

Camosun College Jobs in British Columbia Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Camosun College

Name of the Vacant Position – Maintenance Technician II

Job Location – Victoria, British Columbia

Salary – $ 30.39-32.59 per hour

Jobs Type – University Jobs In Canada

Last Date – 09/16/2021

Job Description

GENERAL STATEMENT

Under the limited supervision and direction of the Maintenance Technician III, performs building fabric and mechanical/electrical maintenance on all facilities’ equipment; provide staff and clients a comfortable and secure environment.
Provides work guidance to maintenance helper(s).

CORE DUTIES

Maintenance Technicians perform the core duties as well as one or more of the specific trade sections listed below, dependent upon certification requirements and/or regulations; some cross-over of duties may occur.
• Ensures work is done in a manner that meets or exceeds regulatory and safety standards;
• If required, requests inspections, signs related declaration and disclose any related risk or damage;
• Operates and maintains power tools and equipment;
• Keeps work areas, tools, mechanical, electrical, fan rooms, and work order projects clean and organized;
• Maintains safe working conditions, performs safety-conscious methods of installation, wears appropriate safety equipment;
• Inspects departmental vehicles and minor repairs;
• Liaises with contractors, fire department, engineers, WCB, alarm monitoring companies, associated service companies;
• Responsible for public safety and security of buildings, including fire safety;
• Responds to emergency call outs on a 24-hour scheduled basis, required to carry a cellular phone while on call;
• Supplies cost estimates of work projects;
• Required to wear a uniform;
• Stays current on College’s maintenance manual procedures and standing orders;
• Height work involved;
• Handles toxic wastes and chemicals for disposal purposes;
• Performs snow removal by hand and machine, salting and sanding;
• Participates in and completes periodic training as required;
• Performs other related duties similar in scope and complexity.

Power Engineer

• Performs closed water system and cooling tower chemical analysis and treatment, records daily log schedules of equipment for all campuses;
• Maintains, repairs and tests, emergency lighting systems, including batteries, emergency diesel generating equipment, complete with associated controls, portable generator and auxiliary emergency pumps;
• Performs plumbing maintenance, repairs maintaining and repairing water closets, fountains, basins, soap dispensers, shower heads, urinals, faucets and taps, emergency eye wash stations and shower stalls; clears obstructions from water closets, floor, basin and main sanitary and storm sewer lines;
• Tests, maintains building fire systems, hydrants, extinguishers, hoses, associated valves and fire panels;
• Installs, operates and maintains building Direct Digital Control systems and associated equipment;
• Operates and maintains computerized lighting system;
• Operates and maintains chillers, cooling towers and associated equipment;
• Maintains heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, boilers compressors, associated equipment and controls, filter media installation, filter readings, pneumatic controls repair and re-calibration, baffle adjustment, replacement of fans, motors, belts, bearings; replacement of pump gland packing and mechanical seals; maintains drive-train components including re-alignment and replacement of belts and sheaves, checks electrical amperage and resistance for safety of equipment; performs various techniques of balancing and alignments of mechanical shafts and bearings;
• Performs preventative maintenance routines on mechanical/electrical equipment;

Electrician

• Performs electrical maintenance and repairs, ballasts receptacles, sockets, switches, fuse devices, including repairs to electrical appliances, installation of electrical motors, as permitted under electrical trade licence;
• Tests, maintains building fire systems, hydrants, extinguishers, hoses, associated valves and fire panels;
• Installs, operates and maintains building Direct Digital Control systems and associated equipment;
• Operates and maintains computerized lighting system;
• Performs preventative maintenance routines on mechanical/electrical equipment;
Plumber/Gas Fitter
• Performs plumbing maintenance, repairs and alterations including installation of hot and cold water supplies, replacement of existing plumbing fixtures, maintaining and repairing water closets, fountains, basins, soap dispensers, shower heads, urinals, faucets and taps, emergency eye wash stations and shower stalls; clears obstructions from water closets, floor, basin and main sanitary and storm sewer lines;
• Maintains, repairs and tests, emergency lighting systems, including batteries, emergency diesel generating equipment, complete with associated controls, portable generator and auxiliary emergency pumps;
• Replaces filter media installation, filter readings, pneumatic controls repair and re-calibration, baffle adjustment, belts, bearings; replacement of pump gland packing and mechanical seals; maintains drive-train components including re-alignment and replacement of belts and sheaves, checks electrical amperage and resistance for safety of equipment; performs various techniques of balancing and alignments of mechanical shafts and bearings;
• Does layout, fabricates and installs piping, galvanized and stainless steel metal work by soldering, riveting, arc/gas welding, cutting, brazing for heating/air conditioning duct work and various metal-oriented projects;

Carpenter/Lock Smith

• Performs fabrications and renovations including repairs, framing, cabinet repair, shelving fabrication and installations; aware of earthquake restraint measures;
• Fabricates and installs campus signage; repairs furniture including desks, chairs, tables, cabinets, etc.;
• Performs roof and flashing repairs, cleans, maintains and repairs downspouts including catch basins and drains;
• Repairs carpet, floor and ceiling tile and associated accessories, including wall-covering, general painting and staining;
• Replaces defective window hardware, weather-stripping, fabricates and installs security screens;
• Maintains an up to date key inventory, re-pins locks, cut keys on a duplicating machine and a computerized code key cutting machine, maintains panic/door hardware and closing devices;

Qualifications

Grade 12 plus a Trades Certification and applicable legislated certificates in the following categories – 4th Class Power Engineer, Plumber, Carpenter, Locksmith, Electrician, Millwright – as determined by the current needs of the department plus three years’ post certification experience performing a variety of trade tasks in institutional maintenance or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Knowledge of HVAC, refrigeration and knowledge of sources of supplies and terminologies.
• Ability to use a computer, knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel and energy management (DDC) systems.
• Ability to use initiative and varied skills in diagnosing and effecting repairs.
• Strong electrical and mechanical background in an Institutional or Industrial environment.
• Ability to carry out an effective work schedule, under limited supervision, and utilize materials and equipment for maximum benefit.
• Good physical health, sufficient strength, stamina and coordination to perform a variety of routine manual and machine operation tasks continuously.
• Ability to maintain cooperative working relationships with faculty, staff and students.
• Ability to follow oral and written instructions accurately.

Capabilities

The core capabilities are required for all positions at the college.
Focus on Students and Their Success (Core)
• We all have a role to play in promoting and supporting students – directly or indirectly – contributing to their success, education and transition as they build their path to the future.
Cultural Alignment (Core)
• Inclusion and respect align with Camosun’s traditions of lifelong learning and positive, supportive experiences for all. We examine our individual and institutional cultures and, through indigenization, consider other ways of knowing (thinking), being (approaches), doing (acting), and relating.
Fostering and Nurturing Relationships (Core)
• Fostering and nurturing relationships is at the core of everything we do. Successful workplace relationships take time to develop and include building trust, engagement and collaboration.
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Posting Information
The incumbent will perform the duties of a POWER ENGINEER in addition to the Core Duties. This is a repost of ES555P. Previous applicants need not reapply.
Special Instructions to Applicants Regular employees as defined in the CUPE Collective Agreement shall be considered prior to all others., Other – This posting is for Maintenance Tech II – Power Engineer
Additional Information
Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting http://camosun.peopleadmin.ca/postings/3674

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