Your specific responsibilities include:
- Performance facilities engineering responsibilities involving the planning, design, construction, modification, operation and maintenance of infrastructure and utilities supporting LCLS science. Act as liaison between LCLS science program and SLAC Facilities and Operations Division activities. May serve as project leader in area of expertise for a major group of ongoing, technically complex projects with large budgets and requiring substantial coordination.
- Prepare budgetary estimates for a wide variety of infrastructure projects. Review and analyze project estimates prepared by others for completeness and reasonableness.
- Prepare project schedules for a wide variety of infrastructure projects. Work with other Project Managers to assure their project schedules are consistent with and have the least impact on the LCLS user program.
- Work with subject matter experts to Identify and resolve complex technical issues which may have high visibility and/or high risk/consequence/impact on LCLS science program.
- Act as stakeholder, representing the interest of LCLS Directorate on major, ongoing, technically complex infrastructure projects.
- Prepare, review, and analyze projects' technical plans and specifications for sound design, conformance with design guidelines and other best practices to assure robust and reliable infrastructure, with high availability, to support the science program. Assure lessons learned in prior years are addressed in standard specifications.
- Work with the LCLS stakeholders to ensure all building concerns are appropriately addressed. Plan and coordinate maintenance activities and projects ensuring they do not interfere with user operations to the maximum extent possible. When disruptions are unavoidable, assure that building occupants and users receive proper and prompt notification of shutdowns and/or facilities related activities.
- Act as building manager to implement the laboratory Building Management Program as it applies to LCLS Facilities. Provide release for facilities work in assigned area to assure maintenance, repair and construction activities are deconflicted with user program.
- Act as secondary emergency contact for off hour facilities issues as assigned.
- Act as technical expert for LCLS facilities to interface between the LCLS research and technical personnel, LCLS-II Project, Area Managers, Building Managers, F&O Division and ES&H BIO personnel.
- Other duties may also be assigned
To be successful in this position you will bring:
- Bachelor's degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Biomedical, Petroleum, Computer, Aeronautical, Geotechnical, physics or engineering science or related relevant engineering discipline. Five years of directly related experience including managing complex projects, developing construction cost and schedule estimates.
- Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to cultivate strong and collaborative relationships inside and outside the organization.
- Proficiency with standard desktop applications for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations.
- Excellent communication and presentations skills
- Direct project management experience.
- Knowledge of estimating, scheduling, project management tools and resources.
- Technical knowledge in engineering area of expertise
- Experience in high and/or medium voltage power distribution highly desired
- Experience in operations and maintenance of laboratory and/or industrial process and/or utility infrastructure desired.
- Proficiency with AutoCad and/or Revit highly desired
Certifications and Licenses:
SLAC Employee Competencies:
- Effective Decisions: Uses job knowledge and solid judgment to make quality decisions in a timely manner.
- Self-Development: Pursues a variety of venues and opportunities to continue learning and developing.
- Dependability: Can be counted on to deliver results with a sense of personal responsibility for expected outcomes.
- Initiative: Pursues work and interactions proactively with optimism, positive energy, and motivation to move things forward.
- Adaptability: Flexes as needed when change occurs, maintains an open outlook while adjusting and accommodating changes.
- Communication: Ensures effective information flow to various audiences and creates and delivers clear, appropriate written, spoken, presented messages.
- Relationships: Builds relationships to foster trust, collaboration, and a positive climate to achieve common goals.
Physical requirements and Working conditions:
- Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of his or her job.