Provide general facilities support to the Carver College of Medicine Facilities Planning and Management Office. This position will be responsible to the day-to-day management of the student labor force, event set-ups, laboratory equipment exchange/surplus, central autoclave & darkroom maintenance coordination, minor lab moves, along with the storage room equipment and furniture inventories.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operational Management (50% of duties)
Liaison between Carver College of Medicine and UI Facilities Management, answering daily service calls providing CCoM back up for after-hour emergency calls.
Work with CCoM Project Manager and UI Facilities Management, Environmental Health and Safety, and Public Safety regarding violations, safety issues and regulations.
Identify & report work repair requests for public areas in collegiate buildings to CCoM Facilities Operations Manager to submit for remediation through the UI FM work order portal. Track repair requests to ensure remediation is complete.
Liaison with CCoM Materials Management to schedule the move of items from the receiving dock to labs.
Manage the laboratory equipment exchange/surplus program
Coordinate logistics of lab and office moves/relocations.
Assess and maintain storage space inventory and management including surplus activities when items are no longer needed
Workforce Resource Management (30% of duties)
Assist in hiring, developing and managing the performance of temporary labor force (undergraduate students).
Lead temporary labor force to accomplish established objectives, successful outcomes within set deadlines.
Project and Event Management (15% of duties)
Assist CCoM clients, faculty/staff, and students in the layout of event space needs and special accommodations.
Provide the physical labor along with the student labor force for all event staging needs including but not limited to equipment set-up and take-down.
Support the CCoM Project Manager for Small Projects as needed (coordinate and monitor staff or vendor/contractor activity in the modification of facilities or system repairs).
As directed by the CCoM Project Manager for Small Projects, oversee small budget (less than $50,000) Facilities Management-driven projects in CCOM:assist in generating project scope, oversee projects, vendor work, and construction.
Financial Management (5% of duties)
Manage the student labor budget, and recommend purchases for poster board charge back account.
Working with the CCoM project managers, develop an inventory and phased improvement plan for the furniture supporting the CCoM public spaces.
Gather information and recommend products or services to aid facilities operations.
Strategic Planning Initiatives (5% of duties)
Execute initiatives established by others.
Advise on efficacy of programs or services.Helps set goals for CCoM Facilities office operations.
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