Physical Plant Manager, Spring Valley, Glenwood Springs

Physical Plant Manage...Reporting to the Campus Vice President and in collaboration with the Colorado Mountain College Facilities Director, the Physical Plant Manager is responsible for managing and actively participating in the care and maintenance of campus physical plants and grounds at the Spring Valley residential campus and Glenwood Center location. The incumbent oversees and monitors expenditures required for building alterations, capital equipment, maintenance and custodial services, and is also responsible for the receipt and warehousing of inventory and building supplies. The Physical Plant Manager supervises a team of full and part time custodial, maintenance, and grounds keeping staff, as well as temporary and seasonal employees.

Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to working in a culturally competent environment and the ability to effectively work with students, employees, and community members having diverse backgrounds.

Conversational Spanish language skills are strongly preferred.

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Pre-requisites for Position (Qualifications Standards)

Education and experience sufficient for the rigors of the position responsibilities. Examples of qualifications includes an applicable combination of related experience and education that equals eight years, for example: High School diploma or GED and eight years of experience, Associates and six years, or Bachelors and four years of experience. Experience in the field to include leadership/supervisory experience in facilities, construction, project management and related work.

Knowledge of:  skilled trade principles, practices, and procedures; facilities and personnel management; budgeting; and standard Microsoft Office software; knowledge of Web based control systems.

Ability to: communicate clearly verbally, interpersonally, and in writing; perform and/or manage a variety of facility maintenance activities; manage and control budgets; supervise and delegate work to others to meet campus expectations; work independently and as a team member; obtain and maintain a valid Colorado driver’s license and other required credentials/licenses; good organizational, prioritization and computer skills, and serve on-call duty as may be required.

Please see job description for additional information regarding working conditions and conditions of employment.

Apply Online. Please submit the required letter of interest, a resume, and a list of three professional references. CMC is an EOE committed to diversifying its workforce.

Review of resumes begins November 17, 2017.