Salary: $50,684.00 - $77,716.00
Reference Number: JR00046923
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The Associate Director for Facilities Planning works closely with the Senior Associate Director for Facilities Planning and Senior Director for Facilities Planning and Space Management to provide facility planning analysis, allocation of facilities resources, and implementation of facilities initiatives in support of the mission of the Perelman School of Medicine. Activities include analysis of programming; planning; project initiation; project tracking and reporting; coordination of related planning and project-level activities with School, University and third-party stakeholders; capital budget forecasting; and tracking sources-and-uses of project funds. Project initiation to include evaluating need, developing space programs/space plans, and confirming feasibility with cost implications. This position is considered “essential.”
Education and Experience :Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, Facilities Management, or related field and three to five years of experience required.
Professional Experience: Prefer five to seven years of relevant work experience, preferably in a medical school or academic environment, along with professional architectural licensure (e.g. RA, AIA)
Job Knowledge and Personal Skills:Excellent written and oral communication skills. Good managerial and people skills. accurate and precise, organized, willing to follow procedures/regimen. Familiar with database software packages, CAD/CAFM systems, and building infrastructure systems and space planning. AutoCAD proficient, Revit preferred. Ensures accountability, demonstrates self-awareness, values differences. Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Ability to manage conflict. Nimble learning and self-development skills.