Budget Title: Assistant Facilities Program Coordinator (SL-3)
Salary: : $45,000 - $50,000, 90%
Binghamton University's Physical Facilities, nestled within 887 acres, consists of more than 100 structures (primarily constructed between 1966-1976) totaling more than 5.2 million square feet (1.7M residential, 3.5M academic/support) with a current replacement value in excess of three quarters of a billion dollars. The Binghamton University community is made up of approximately 2,500 staff and over 16,000 full/part-time students; approximately 7,000 of who live on campus. The Physical Facilities Department, comprised of approximately 550 hard-working, diligent employees, is progressing another multi-million dollar, multi-year plan of capital renewal projects. This position shall conduct day-to-day functions around premise established by the Physical Facilities "Fundamental Management Objectives" (copy can be found on Physical facilities web site).
The Interior Projects Coordinator position is a salaried, professional position that works with architects, engineers, designers, project coordinators and campus customers, on the design and construction of campus projects. This position focuses on the campus community impacts, needs, project budgets and schedules. This Designer works closely with other design professionals to provide the best possible design, within budget, while anticipating potential problems, minimizing the negative impacts of construction on campus operation.
This Interior Projects Coordinator would be expected to work with licensed design professionals in a team environment to identify a scope of work, prepare design concepts with construction cost estimates and complete the design with final construction documents (i.e. drawings and specifications), periodically review construction progress, attend and document job meetings and answer requests for information from the construction team.
Project Coordinators work closely with campus customers to determine the project facility needs, in order to provide the best possible facility within the budget allotted for the project. They concentrate efforts on minimizing the negative impacts of construction on the operation of the campus, anticipating potential problems and working toward prevention, and maintaining communication with all entities. Specific reviews are conducted with interested committees/groups on the campus such as Services for Students with Disabilities and the Committee on the University Environment. Designers/Project Coordinators will be assigned design/coordination work in association with fellow Campus Design professionals.
Primary functions of position include the following:
The Interior Projects Coordinator is a 90% salaried professional position, annual renewal, and is eligible for the NYS benefits package