Universite Concordia - Montréal, QC (28 days ago)

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This posting represents a full-time thirty (35) months contract position.


Reporting to the Manager, Process Improvement and Technical coordination, the incumbent develops the architectural programs, creates the maintenance plan, and implements the recommendations with the operations team. He/she ensures that a robust plan is in place to maintain architectural installations in good condition.

Primary responsibilities
Develop Architectural Programs, coordinate and perform condition inspections of architectural installations; collaborate with operational and project teams to deliver recommendations put forward by architectural program studies.
Coordinate with the architectural trades to evaluate /compare types of finishes; replace with the most appropriate material that meets our standards (re: maintenance, durability) and coordinate colors, furniture, materials with Interior Designers as well as signage with the Signage Coordinator.
Recommend strategies for applying program deliverables and prepare a maintenance plan based on recommendations outlined in program studies.
Ensure all architectural asset data is kept updated in both Maximo (CMMS) and Archidata (FMIS).
Prepare and submit project requests based on recommendations from program studies, condition inspections, and preventive maintenance routines.
Update the condition of assets once an architectural deficiency has been resolved.
Ensure preventive maintenance task lists, asset details, and frequency of maintenance are kept up to date in the CMMS; prepare reports and analysis on current condition of architectural installations.
Collaborate with Facilities Management units to ensure our Facilities Condition Index is update with the repair or replacement of architectural installations.
Coordinate seasonal interventions and inspections after severe weather on external architectural assets including, but not limited to, building envelopes and roofs.
Coordinate yearly inspections both internally and with the involvement of the "Association des Maîtres Couvreurs du Quebec" (AMCQ); maintain the inspection schedule for all architectural programs in collaboration with property management and the architectural shops.
Bachelor's degree in Building Engineering or Architecture or in a related field and two to four years of relevant work experience.
BOMA (Building, Owners and Management Association) designation or a designation in facility or property management is an asset.
Good working knowledge and understanding of computerized CMMS system (i.e.: Maximo) and FMIS (i.e. Archidata)
Knowledge and experience with CAD essentials (AutoCAD, Rivet, Sketchup)
Basic knowledge (Level 3) of spoken and written English and French in order to communicate with the University employees.
Proven ability to collaborate using sound principles and practices in a team environment.
Project Management skills; excellent organization and prioritization skills, with a demonstrated ability to bring tasks to successful completion on budget and within stipulated timelines.
Leadership; provide strong administrative and technical leadership desirable.
Basic knowledge of Word (able to input text), good knowledge (Intermediate Level) of Excel (able to format spreadsheets and do simple formulas for budgeting purposes).
Superior leadership, interpersonal and communication skills in order to build strong teams.
Commitment to excellence in providing quality service to internal and external customers.
Available, on occasion to work extended shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays as necessary to meet event needs and in the case of emergencies.

$ 65,699.14 - $ 78,474.25 per annum



Interested applicants must submit a curriculum vitae with a covering letter by November 26, 2019. Please click on the How to Apply button below for further instructions.

IMPORTANT: The language and computer skills of short-listed candidates will be tested.

Concordia University is committed to Employment Equity and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal Peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, and persons with disabilities.