Department:Intercollegiate Athletics Appointment Type and Duration:Regular, Ongoing Salary:Commensurate with experience Compensation Band:OS-OA09-Fiscal Year 2017-2018 FTE:1.0
Application Review Begins February 2, 2018; position open until filled
Special Instructions to Applicants To ensure consideration, applicants please upload the following with your online application:
• A cover letter in which you clearly describe how your knowledge, skills, and abilities prepare you for the job responsibilities and requirements outlined in the job announcement. Please discuss each element completely and succinctly.
• Current resume, which includes dates of employment and clearly highlights experience that meets the required qualification
Department Summary The University of Oregon Intercollegiate Athletic Department's primary purpose is to provide a unique opportunity for student-athletes to be developed, tested, and encouraged to reach their maximum potential in every aspect of their lives. It is the steadfast goal of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics to provide the most outstanding student-athlete experience by helping them to achieve excellence, both in the classroom and in their chosen sport. The department has approximately 250 administrative & classified employees, hosts over 600,000 spectators annually and represents the University of Oregon in athletic competition with other universities & colleges.
Position Summary The purpose of this position is for the oversight and responsibility of the electrical & mechanical infrastructure performance of the following locations: Autzen Complex, Jaqua Academic Learning Center, Hayward Field, and Jane Sanders Stadium. Mechanical infrastructure includes but is not limited to: HVAC equipment, grill exhaust fans, steam and hot water boilers, gas fired equipment, chillers and DX units. Electrical infrastructure includes but is not limited to: 12kv to 110 volt power, Lutron lighting systems, field lighting, stadium lighting, and life safety.
This position ensures that the Athletic Department's facilities and infrastructures are functioning and operating at peak performance for its student-athletes, patrons and performers of sporting events, concerts and presentations. The Athletic Department is a highly visible entity both in Lane County and the United States as its events are broadcast on major television/internet platforms. The importance of this position cannot be minimized in maintaining the positive image and professionalism of the University of Oregon.
Position acts as electrical supervisor for Autzen Stadium, Casanova, Moshofsky, Hayward Field, Jane Sanders Stadium, PK Park, Pape Master Electrical Permit. In addition this position is responsible for supporting game day, scoreboards, timers, and audio visual sound systems. Support includes the installation, maintenance, modification and repair of equipment and systems throughout the Athletic Department.
This position will assist staff in completing their tasks. For example, provide path forward as required, assist with maintenance, install and troubleshoot down equipment. Assist in locating reference materials, prints, drawings and spec sheets. Ensure all repairs, maintenance and installations are done safely. Strictly following OSHA rules and university policies.
Works within the Athletic Department Facilities unit whose mission is to provide essential professional, technical and non-technical support and services for the Athletic Department facility users and guests.
The Director of Facilities Systems helps to manage the physical assets of the Athletic Department; the role is to provide leadership and direction to those members who report directly to this position, while collaborating with Athletic Facilities Operations, campus operations and power plant staff to support a strong synergistic Athletic Facilities staff.
The Director of Facilities Systems is responsible for being a project manager, strategic planner and key technical resource in the management and coordination of all athletic department facility related issues.
The Athletic Facilities Systems Director holds an up to date Oregon Plant Supervising Electrician license or better.
This position is responsible for promoting the philosophy and objectives of the intercollegiate athletics program, including adherence to all department policies and procedures, as well as the rules and regulations of the university, Pac-12 Conference and the NCAA.
Minimum Requirements • Possess an Oregon Plant Supervising Electrical License. • 7-10 years technical maintenance experience supervising Electricians, HVAC mechanics, building automation technicians, or Operating Engineers, in a complex facility(s) - specifically, heavy industrial, medical, wafer fabr, data center, or large University at least 250,000 square feet. • Ability to obtain State of Oregon Electrical Plant Supervising license or better within 3 months of hire date. • 7-10 years leading large technical projects greater than $30k. • 7-10 years journey level experience as an Electrician or Operating Engineer. Specifically, hands on experience working on large electrical switchgear, 12kv transformers, lighting and emergency standby systems. • HVAC hands on experience to include large motors, chillers (over 200 tons), boilers, hydronic, air balancing and steam generators. Strong background working with Industrial HVAC systems. • Valid driver’s license and good driving record required. It is required to have a valid Oregon’s Driver’s License within 90 days of employment, and to successfully receive a University of Oregon’s Drivers Certification card. It is required that this license be maintained throughout employment with the Athletic Department.
Professional Competencies • Strong computer skills including proficiency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. • Proficient in building automation software. • Strong team leader and proven ability to develop staff. • Ability to analyze trends and proactively address problems. • Ability to monitor and trim utility costs. • Excellent customer service and public relations skills. • Ability to communicate effectively to diverse backgrounds and cultures. • Demonstrated commitment to Affirmative Action and Diversity plans and commitment to maintain the highest ethical standards within the department and university. • Ability to effectively work in a team environment and create effective networks for problem solving and positive change. • Ability to effectively integrate contractors into overall maintenance or repairs projects. • Commitment to safety, including knowledge of OSHA, lock-out/tag-out procedures and other safety related laws, rules and practices.
All offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a background inquiry.
The University of Oregon is proud to offer a robust benefits package to eligible employees, including health insurance, retirement plans and paid time off. For more information about benefits, visit http://hr.uoregon.edu/careers/about-benefits.
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