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Facility Condition Assessment Spec. - Electrical

UC San Diego Facility Condition Assessment Spec. - Electrical Filing Deadline: Thu 4/5/2018 Salary Range: $53,600 - $82,600 /year Under general supervision of the Work Management Manager, in support of the system-wide Facility Condition Assessment (FCA), independently perform ongoing electrical condition assessments for all building systems, equipment and components of campus buildings and infrastructure. Identify, collect and label electrical real property asset inventory (building systems, equipment and components). Develop schedules and identify required materials for facilities observations and surveys, obtain existing electronic or hard copy equipment lists, architectural key-plans and site developed information, drawings, existing facilities condition assessment reports and other related facilities inventory and condition assessment data. Inspect and assess the condition of electrical assets and/or components. Identify deficiencies and provide cost estimates to replace or repair the deficiencies. Provide an overall risk/condition score for each asset. Based on their electrical journeyman knowledge, ensure electrical inventory and assessment efforts are in compliance with all University/Campus policies and procedures, including but not limited to: roof access, controlled areas, safety compliance, and environmental policies. Manage multiple records of University buildings, system plans and specifications by ensuring all required information is accurate and logged properly. Research problems with building electrical systems and their associated components. Identify and detail deficiencies and make recommendations for necessary repairs or replacements. Develop project scope of work and schedules of required repairs for management review. Follow-up with customers to ensure accuracy of billing, completion of project and overall satisfaction. Establish and maintain positive and cooperative working relationships with members of the Department and Campus Community. Communicate effectively with people of many diverse backgrounds including students, staff, faculty, and customers. Practice and model the fundamentals of UC San Diego's Principles of Community. Safely work in confined spaces such as vaults, tunnels and manholes. Follow established safety procedures to test atmosphere for proper ventilation. Maintain a functional awareness of the typical hazards of the work place as well as the special hazards that may be encountered at UCSD such as biohazards, radiation, chemicals, etc. Follow established procedures for dealing with such potential hazards. Adhere to policies, procedures and practices on safety and operation instructions. Comply with rules and regulations applicable to building codes. Uses skills as a seasoned, experienced professional and implements and coordinates building management procedures and space planning activities. Develops space allocation project scope, schedule and budget plans for management review, implements and makes recommendations for new and revised procedures. Oversees various facilities-related operational activities. Has general knowledge about several operational functions. Receives little instruction on daily work, general instructions on new assignments. May function as a lead and resource or supervise support staff (for less than 2.0 FTE). QUALIFICATIONS • A Bachelor's Degree in related area with progressive experience working in construction or maintenance and operations of facility electrical systems or utility site infrastructure electrical systems within a large scale, commercial Facilities Operations environment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. • Journey level skill through demonstrated experience in the Electrical trade. State of California Certified General Electrician Card provided by the Department of Industrial Relations required. • Experience performing real property or system condition assessments including identifying, collecting, and labeling real property asset inventory (buildings, systems, and components). Experience in all phases of performing and/or scheduling real property condition assessments. • Demonstrated experience conducting inspections on electrical assets to assess the condition of assets and/or components. Experience recommending appropriate repairs and replacements. • Demonstrated knowledge of architectural or engineering concepts. Thorough working knowledge of building and construction, design and California Building Codes. • Proven ability to manage contractors, project teams and skilled trades workers and maintain compliance to the agreed-upon scope of work, schedule and budget. Working knowledge of current project and construction costs and experience with industry standard cost estimating systems. • Experience analyzing, researching, compiling, organizing and extracting complex information or problems in an objective manner and deriving logical conclusions to provide a sound basis for establishing priorities, selecting appropriate courses of action for pursuit or recommendations to others. • Demonstrated experience ensuring data integrity and logically analyzing complex information and data to develop clear and concise reports. • Demonstrated experience in electrical system estimating, replacement cost and/or RS Means estimating practices. • Thorough knowledge in the areas of building space planning, codes, capacity, security, fire safety, organization and departmental principles and procedures involved in risk assessment and evaluating risks as to likelihood and consequences. • Knowledge of building and safety codes, rules and regulations including Standard California Building Codes, Uniform Building Code (UBC), applicable fire codes, and Life and Safety Standards. • Demonstrated experience working within and following standard safety regulations, policies, and procedures typical to the trade. • Experienced user of standard computer systems and applications including Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe, CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System), email and web based applications commonly used in a facilities management environment. • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, plans, specifications, CAD drawings, single line drawings, ladder logic diagrams, technical, verbal or written instruction and guidance by trade practices, manufacturer or underwriter specifications. • Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Ability to communicate ideas and issues clearly, concisely and accurately. Excellent interpersonal skills. • Strong ability to build and maintain strong customer relationships through a professional and helpful approach in handling customer service needs and problems. Excellent customer service skills. • Ability to effectively work with co-workers, internal and external customers, and contractors to accomplish work with a high level of quality and efficiency. Strong problem-solving skills and sound judgement. • Thorough and effective skills to multi-task and prioritize daily activities effectively. Ability to work effectively in a service oriented environment subject to frequently changing priorities. Ability to follow through and meet deadlines. • Knowledge of records management principles and practices, maintenance retention, archiving, both digital and paper. • ICC Commercial Electrical Inspector Certification preferred. • Experience using AutoCAD software preferred. SPECIAL CONDITIONS • DOJ, FBI, and DMV background checks and clearances are required prior to hire. • Must possess and maintain a valid California driver's license and participate in the DMV Pull Notice Program. • State of California Certified General Electrician Card provided by the Department of Industrial Relations required. • Must be able to occasionally work at heights up to 30 feet using vertical ladders and/or lifts. • Must be able to work in confined spaces, move through limited access spaces and cover distances on foot to widely separated work sites. • Ability to work in morgues, gross anatomy and pathological laboratories where human and animal bodies or parts thereof may be exposed to view of worker. • May be required to work in the vicinity of labs contaminated with bio-hazardous substances. • May work overtime, alternate shifts or call-back hours as determined by the University's needs. APPLY ONLINE: The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: San Diego Union-Tribune. Keywords: Facility Condition Assessment Spec. - Electrical, Location: San Diego, CA - 92116
UC San Diego
Full time
San Diego, California 92116, US