Reporting to the Director of F&O Division, the position supervises a wide spectrum of staff who work in two primary areas: Asset Management and Facilities Management. In Asset Management, through the AM Manager and Campus Architect, you will oversee and coordinate strategic planning for the campus, plan and program major laboratory investments, and maintain laboratory infrastructure drawing databases. In Facilities Management, through the Shops Support and Building & Space Management Supervisors, you will oversee our service center teams tasked with managing service calls, service contracts (janitorial, landscaping, etc.), and space assignments and utilization team responsible for executing office moves, and supporting our computerized maintenance management system. As the Facilities and Asset Management Manager, this position is expected to collaborate with SLAC directorates and senior management, DOE Federal Project Directors, scientists, service contractors, procurement staff, financial analysts, technicians, and other professionals.
Your specific responsibilities include:
- Lead strategic planning; multiyear project prioritization, planning, and funding, and strategic condition assessment of programs.
- Define and lead local facilities activities, or lead delegated activities in a larger unit and hold managers accountable for meeting established goals.
- Develop plans for maintenance programs and oversee implementation, research and recommend division policies and strategies including long-range facility project/program.
- Manage real estate, facilities, and assigned conventional infrastructure.
- Manage current year indirect budget, provide input to support the formulation of future yearbudgets and programs. Develop, monitor, and analyze budgets and staffing levels within FAM.
- Develop and manage short- and long-term plans for laboratory infrastructure operations, maintenance, and capital improvement requirements.
- Oversee and manage the official laboratory repository for drawings and facilitiesdatabases via Facilities Information Management System (FIMS), geographic information system (GIS), Teamcenter, and other various authoritative and centralized databases.
- Lead and oversee the triage, prioritization, and operational plan for the full spectrum of service outlets provided by F&O.
- Lead and direct operations of the service desk, work induction, and management of the division’s computerized maintenance management system (CMMS).
- Lead the laboratory’s building and space management program, space utilization policy, administration of facility service contracts, and administrative support to shops forces.
- Guide staff in developing, interpreting and implementing regulations, policy, procedures, and programs.
- Oversee and manage effective transition of capital improvements, construction, and repair projects to operations.
- Develop and maintain strong working relationships with scientific program leadership, ensuring short-term and long-term space assignment, infrastructure, and service requirements are aligned with the scientific directorates' goals, plans, and projects.
- Partner with Stanford University, Department of Energy, and other National Labs to ensure the development and implementation of best business practices.
- Represent SLAC in a wide variety of activities involving the DOE, Stanford University, and other DOE-sponsored Laboratories, and chairs and/or participates on committees and working groups to address Laboratory-wide issues.
- Define activities of assigned groups, assess staffing needs, commit resources, evaluate performance, and develop staff.
- Other duties may also be assigned.
To be successful in this position:
- Bachelor's degree in engineering or other appropriate technical area, or an equivalent combination of technical education, training, and experience. Ten years of related, progressively responsibleexperience requiring extensive leadership and strategic expertise in facilities operations, maintenance, and planning, performing duties similar to those listed above.
- Advanced knowledge of best practices in facilities management discipline.
- Demonstrated experience managing large facility organizations, or experience in managing a large professional service organization.
- Demonstrated experience as a senior manager with responsibility for developing and mentoring managers and senior professionals.
- Advanced knowledge and application of relevant codes, regulations, and processes.
Certifications and Licenses.
Professional licenses and certification in the following facilities management and technical areas is strongly preferred:
- Registered Architect
- Professional Engineer
- American Institute of Certified Planners
- Certified Facilities Manager
- Certified Educational Facilities Professional
- Certified Public Works Professional
- Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design Accredited Professional