University of California San Francisco Human Resources (UCSF)
The Architectural Condition Assessment Inspector 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).
Under minimal supervision, The Campus Architectural Condition Assessment Inspector reports directly to the Asset Manager. The individual performs responsibilities that support the Integrated Capital Asset Management Program (ICAMP) programu0027s objectives to inventory and assess all UC owned real property assets using industry standard inspection techniques. The Architectural Condition Assessment Inspector will perform all Architectural, real property systems, components and assets inspections, inventory, and documentation as required by the ICAMP guidelines. Typical duties include scheduling Facilities Architectural observations and surveys, facility maintenance interviews, obtaining and utilizing existing electronic or hardcopy equipment list, Architectural key plans and site developed information, i.e. drawings, existing facilities condition assessment reports and other related facilities inventory and condition assessment data.
The UCSF Facilities Services Department (FS) is committed to creating an exceptional campus physical environment to support the research, teaching, health care and community service mission of the University. FS employs over 400 professional staff and acts as steward for over $90 million in operating funds to achieve its goals in operating and maintaining the UCSF campus environment. Located in the Campus Life Services organization, FS is organized into five distinct units: (1) Mission Bay/East Campus Operations, (2) Parnassus/West Campus Operations, (3) Infrastructure u0026 Utilities Services, (4) Customer Service u0026 Technology, and (5) Strategic Organization Development.
FS participates in system-wide Principles of Community, and all FS leaders are expected to create a fair, equitable, safe and supportive work environment, where everyone can do their best work. FS leaders share accountability for the overall success of the operation and strive towards a high-performance work environment. We value innovation, creative problem solving, and diligent follow-through.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care. It is the only campus in the 10-campus UC system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.\\,\\
Required Qualifications: Bacheloru0027s degree in related area (Architect, Structural Engineer) and five to seven years of experience in construction, or maintenance and operations of facility systems or utility site infrastructure systems, and /or equivalent experience / training
Valid California driver s license
Thorough knowledge in the areas of building space planning, codes, capacity, security, fire safety, involved in risk assessment and evaluating risks as to likelihood and consequences
Thorough knowledge of architectural design concepts and construction details
Ability to read Blueprints and Schematics
Computer skills to utilize various programs and software such as Excel, Word, Outlook and Microsoft Project to manage work assignments, schedules, record keeping, report development, project management, and correspondence Skill to use peripheral devices
Thorough interpersonal and communication skills including good service orientation and effective problem-solving.
Thorough and effective skills to multi-task and prioritize daily activities effectively
Skills to analyze, research, compile, organize and extract complex information or problems in an objective manner and derive logical conclusions to provide a sound basis for establishing priorities, selecting appropriate courses of action for pursuit or recommendations to others
Organizational skills to establish work priorities, manage time and priorities to respond to deadlines, and work on multiple complex tasks maintaining a high level of productivity
Preferred Qualifications: Leadership in Energy Environmental Design (LEED)
Thorough knowledge of organization and departmental principles and procedures involved in risk assessment and evaluating risks as to likelihood and consequences
Experience performing condition assessment
Experience in architectural system estimating, replacement cost and RS Means estimating practices
Experience in all phases of performing and scheduling work
Experience and training in business and computerized inventory management
Experience implementing or operating computerized maintenance management system software including a preventative maintenance program
License/Certification: Valid California driver s license
Equal Employment Opportunity: The University of California San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.