This title is in the unclassified service and in the SUNY Professional Services Negotiating Unit.
Positions in this family are concerned with planning and development, design and construction, equipping, rehabilitation, repair, maintenance and operation of University campus physical facilities.
ASSISTANT FACILITIES PROGRAM COORDINATOR, as a staff member in a campus facilities office, has assigned professional responsibilities, in one or-more specific areas of the total facilities program. Is responsible for developing or reviewing, in cooperation with appropriate academic personnel and staff, building and related plans for an entire new facility or major rehabilitation of existing facilities, advises on effective space utilization; analyses equipment needs, suggesting possible alternatives consistent with the requirement of the academic program, technical performance of equipment, market costs and other factors; prepared final equipment lists for new, facilities and works with the faculty and staff in developing specifications and cost estimates for new equipment and in selecting all necessary fixtures furnished and other accessories, maintains liaison with the campus purchasing office and outside vendors to assure current knowledge of equipment availability and cost on the market and that delivery of materials and equipment is timely and appropriate for needs of the campus.
A Bachelor's degree in architecture or engineering and experience in the development and equipping of higher education campus physical facilities.
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