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Distinguishing Characteristics: Administrative Facilities Professional Career Progression

Distinguishing Characteristics: ADMINISTRATIVE FACILITIES PROFESSIONAL Career Progression

PROFESSIONAL
PROFESSIONAL SENIOR
Nature of Work
  • Provide specialized technical services and administrative oversight in support of University facilities projects
  • Use judgment in prioritizing work tasks, determining technical applications, and remediation efforts
  • Influence area operations and short range University processes
  • Oversee and provide leadership in facilitating highly specialized technical services and operational planning to influence, define, and support University facilities project goals
  • Use judgment in prioritizing workflow, determining technical applications, and developing long-range goals
  • Influence area operations and long-range University processes
Expertise
  • Update and maintain drawings, specifications, and utility master and campus maps
  • Prepare preliminary cost estimates, cost/benefit data, contract and bid materials, facilities assessments, and related technical reports
  • Use specialized software applications
  • Provide recommendations and approve specifications, schedules, project designs, and plans
  • Develop budget, cost estimates, and related technical reports; oversee technical documentation and cost/benefit data; approve contract and bid materials
  • May use professional stamp/signature for document authorization
  • Use specialized software applications
Interaction
  • Coordinate with internal and external constituents and consulting firms; monitor and track activities; advise on technical problem resolution; may provide technical training for staff
  • Use comprehensive knowledge and understanding of University policies and procedures
  • Coordinate with internal and external constituents and consulting firms; oversee activities; provide leadership in negotiating and resolving complex technical concerns and problems
  • Use thorough knowledge and understanding of University policies and procedures
Supervision
  • May provide functional supervision to exempt, non-exempt, and student employees
  • Provide functional or administrative supervision to exempt, non-exempt, and student employees
Conditions
  • Work may be deadline-driven
  • Occasional exposure to physical danger and inclement weather
Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor's degree in a related or specialized field and two to five years’ related experience required
  • Valid Vermont driver's license, ability to obtain license, or driver's check required if operating a University vehicle
  • Bachelor's degree in a specific field, six to nine years related experience required
  • Specialized professional licensure

Last modified May 08 2009 07:36 AM