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We are currently seeking a Facility Planner
This position, under minimal supervision, is responsible for the management, coordination and program oversight of all lab campus planning, real property and sustainability activities for Jefferson Lab. Possess the ability to balances multiple priorities and engage in long term planning to meet schedules and achieve divisional and Lab goals.
Duties fall under there major categories:
Capital project identification and scoping and multiple planning efforts including facility maintenance, land use, technical and office space planning for the lab. Responsible for updates to the Annual Lab Plan, Ten Year Campus Plan and DOE Real Property inventory.
Condition and Functionality Assessments execution, Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) technical oversight and Federal Information Management System (FIMS) reporting including coordination of required SME inputs to ensure alignment of FIMS, DOE Real Property, Sustainment and Energy information. Responsible for tracking the Lab’s planned and actual maintenance, infrastructure Repair Needs and Differed Maintenance.
Management TJNAF sustainability goals and project planning. Responsible for formulation of Annual Sustainability Plan and Energy Use and audit deliverables to DOE.
Essential Job Functions:
Develops the Ten Year Site Plan in consultation with the FML Division Manager and lab’s Chief Operating Officer
Provide project management services for planning projects assigned to the incumbent by Facilities Management to include but be limited to; scope development, scheduling, sub-contractor management, safety oversight and reporting as necessary.
Management of FIMS reporting to include but not be limited to; maintaining current and up-to-date information to keep the FIMS system in compliance with Department of Energy requirements. Providing all reports to management to forward to DOE as required.
Management of the Facility Condition Assessment program to include but not limited to planning, procurement and scheduling both Condition and Functionality Assessments. Responsible for oversight of process to include alignment and collection of data for input into enterprise databases, subcontract technical representative for contracted services and coordination of contract inspectors and in-house staff. Responsible for management and maintenance of the Condition Assessment Information System (CAIS) database used for tracking the condition and functionality of facilities and planning and budgeting of future maintenance and construction projects.
Manages Lab’s Space Management program to include but be limited to; Manage and maintain the Space Management program, making modifications as necessary. Collects information on projects ranging from space allocation and standards, capital project planning, indirect project scoping and campus and master planning initiatives. Routinely meets with all Lab Division Managers and Chief Operating Officer to establish requirements, proposes alternatives and give recommendations based on competing interests.
Manages the Sustainability program. Work includes all sustainability DOE reporting (update of the DOE Dashboard, Site Sustainability Plan and annual energy use reports), integration of metering with numerous engineering system experts and coordination of all sustainability goals with ongoing projects.
Provides management oversight of configuration control of the Computer Maintenance Management System (CMMS) for the FM&L division (Maximo). Reviews and provides feedback on processes that guides using the system, formulating reports and metrics that inform the Operation and Maintenance Manager and the FM&L Division Manager.
Manages Student Intern resources for the FML division supporting cross functional business operations and subject matter experts. Leverages program to augment resource shortages amongst the division.
Coordinates and manages small project scope procurements. Communicates requirements to vendors and provides guidance to administrative staff responsible for ordering.
Keep management fully informed of important issues affecting the Director’s Office and the Laboratory.
Support Laboratory policies and programmatic initiatives. This includes providing innovative solutions to meet these initiatives within DOE guidelines and the contract.
Fully support and implement JSA’s EEO/AA policies and programs.
Perform other such duties, tasks and responsibilities as assigned by management in support of the Laboratory goals and objectives.
Additionally, manages CMMS/Maximo coordinator and Facilities Management and Logistics division student interns.
Education, Certifications and Experience:
a) Relevant BS Architectural, Landscape Architect, Civil Engineering degree + 10 years relevant experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
b) Experience managing/supervising/ leading facilities management technical groups/teams
c) Experience planning and executing facilities management technical projects and programs
3 Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
a) Demonstrated deep as well as extensive facilities management technical knowledge.
b) Excellent leadership and management skills
c) Strong communication and negotiation skills
d) Excellent planning and budgeting skills
e) Knowledge of the FIMS system is desired.
f) Knowledge of Condition Assessment data management systems is required. Examples include Facility Condition Assessment System (CAIS) or Builder.
g) Knowledge of Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) Federal Facility Management and Benchmarking Reporting Requirements.
h) Knowledge of the DOE Site Sustainability Plan program including required Dashboard metrics.
i) The incumbent must have practical database experience.
Internal Number: 12181
About Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab)
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility is a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science national laboratory. Jefferson Lab's unique and exciting mission is to expand our knowledge of the universe by studying the basic building blocks of matter within the nucleus: subatomic particles known as quarks and gluons.
To learn how these particles build our universe, we have embarked on a journey of discovery into the heart of matter using the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (shown above). CEBAF is the world's most advanced particle accelerator for investigating the quark structure of the atom's nucleus. Learn more about nuclear physics at Jefferson Lab in Exploring Matter.