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Manager, Senior Construction Engineering

Company: CMS
Location: Charlotte, NC
Job Type: Full Time
Date Available: 6/7/2024

Summary: Responsible for performing areas of Senior Construction Engineer duties related to operations and maintenance management, new construction / renovations and replacement / uplift of assigned trades in compliance with NC Statues and all applicable federal, state, local laws and regulations.

Essential Duties:
• Leads and directs group that includes:
- 4 Maintenance Departments and 4 Departmental Supervisors
- 3 Project Managers
• Responsible for the overall operations, maintenance, and upkeep of Roofing, Painting, Carpentry, and Pest Control Operations.
• Responds to Operational Emergencies related to Roofing, Painting, Carpentry and Pest Control Operations. Trouble shoot issues to determine causes and solutions.
• Develops scope and leads multiple project management teams to completion of assigned projects.
• Develops, manages, and maintains preventative maintenance schedules and procedures of all facilities for departments responsible.
• Manages various projects such as facility up fits and replacements.
• Recommends and prioritizes renovation and replacement projects under areas of responsibility.
• Monitors and reports progress on ongoing and planned projects and repair / maintenance activities.
• Participates in the design and approval process for new construction and renovation projects as well as investigation of warranty related issues.
• Reviews and approves specifications for areas of responsibility for construction and renovation projects.
• Provide staff responses to requests for data and information and other correspondence.
• Reviews and recommends changes to the existing CMS A/E Guidelines and Specifications.
• Supervises, interviews, recommends candidates for hire, trains, evaluates performance and handles disciplinary issues as required.
• Responsible for training and development, as well as performance evaluation of direct reports.
• Provides assistance to Director of concerned department in other work areas as necessary.
• Assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures.
• Performs related duties as required

Qualifications

Education and Experience:
Minimum

• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Engineering Technology.
• 5 years’ experience as Maintenance / Facility Manager and/or Engineering Manager either in private or a governmental agency.
OR
• Fifteen (15) years of Leadership Experience and evidenced relevant accomplishment in an environment relevant to CMS may be considered in lieu of the degree requirement.
• Valid NC Driver’s License.
Desirable
• Master’s degree in Engineering Management
• Five (5) years facilities management experience as Engineering Manager or higher with area of responsibility in excess of 1,000,000 sf of conditional spaces.

Knowledge / Skills / Abilities:
• Knowledge of Commercial Construction and the ability to maintain the Interior and Exterior of Buildings including Roofs, Parking Lots, and any fixture attached to the interior or exterior of building.
• Knowledge of the principles and practices used in the planning, construction, operations and maintenance of buildings.
• Knowledge of materials, tools, and methods used in the operation and maintenance of buildings.
• Knowledge of capital planning process and capital construction requirements.
• Knowledge of North Carolina Public School Laws relating to construction.
• Have sense of urgency and drive to complete projects, respond to problems and establish solutions to minimize planned or unplanned disruptions to the operation of a building.
• Lead multiple project teams simultaneously.
• Define work scope, estimate labor and material cost and equipment needed for a variety of renovation and maintenance projects.
• Read and interpret drawings, plans, and blueprints.
• Proficiently use Word, Excel, and Roof Management Programs.
• Select, supervise, train, and evaluate assigned staff.
• Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

Physical Requirements:
• Required skills most (4 to 8 hrs.) of a normal work shift: walking, standing, sitting, bending/stooping, lifting/carrying, grasping/twisting, reaching, and pushing/ pulling.
• Required skills part (up to 4 hrs.) of a normal work shift: climbing/balancing, crawling/kneeling, fingering/typing and running is not required.

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