1. Oversee the functioning of all building systems including H/VAC, mechanical, electrical, life safety, security, and plumbing. Coordinate access with Facilities Operations for implementing facility management program including preventative maintenance. 2. Ensure technical and artistic riders' requirements are met for productions and events, specifically regarding H/VAC and building access. 3. With Director of Production, coordinate and manage service agreements for theatrical, audio/visual, and specialized equipment within the Center. 4. Work closely with Director of Production and Yale Hospitality Logistics Manager to coordinate resources and address preparedness related to production and event operation. 5. Work closely with the Yale Hospitality Logistics Manager to ensure that effective services are in place for all staff to report facilities and maintenance problems, and to ensure that problems are resolved in a timely manner. 6. Be a partner to staff in anticipating and balancing the needs of a multi-venue space used for theatrical productions, events, and dining; Assist in identifying needs and developing and maintaining annual budget for maintenance and improvements. 7. Conduct regular inspections of all roofs, windows, security installations, fire equipment, mechanical systems, and physical construction to ensure reliability and compliance with codes and building standards. Partner with Yale Facilities Operations to manage mechanical subcontractors. 8. In coordination with the Director of Production, schedule Fire Marshal inspections, maintain flame retardant certification for stock goods, procure pyrotechnic/explosives/open flame permits for productions and events, as needed. 9. Ensure compliance with fire, health and safety standards, and industry codes. Assist with compliance steps for Public Assembly permits. 10. Coordinate with Audience Services team as it relates to safety and security to ensure smooth production and event operation. 11. Ensure timely response to facilities and security emergencies on a 24 hour/7 day a week basis, including fire and intrusion alarms. 12. Ensure that access is controlled effectively throughout the building. 13. Develop and maintain strong relationships with colleagues and partners in Yale Hospitality, Yale Facilities, Yale Police, and other university security programs. Be a trusted partner to YSC managers and staff, including student employees. 14. Collaborate with Yale Security to ensure that all security systems are effective and operational. Identify and specify needs and requirements for design and modification of security systems. 15. Work closely with the Center's staff to address actual and potential issues that facilitate disaster response and recovery. Collaborate with university-wide emergency management coordinators to create and maintain emergency response and evacuation plans for the Center. 16. Serve as the lead on building/facility systems and infrastructure. Advise, consult, and intervene as needed to minimize impact of repairs and renovation projects on program activity, and to assure safety and code compliance. Represent the Center in university-wide committees focused on facilities and/or security.
Preferred Education: Experience in a large institutional setting. Security-related experience is strongly preferred. Knowledge of building automation, monitoring, and controls systems. Ability and experience with building Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing and HVAC systems, building codes, construction practices, and maintenance practices. Experience with theatrical or event production.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Experience in a large institutional setting. Security-related experience is strongly preferred. Knowledge of building automation, monitoring, and controls systems. Ability and experience with building Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing and HVAC systems, building codes, construction practices, and maintenance practices. Experience with theatrical or event production.
Required Skill/ability 5: Ability to work nights and weekends when required.
Posting Position Title: Manager of Building Operations
Required Skill/ability 3: Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively and flexibly with partners within the Center, across the University, and with community and outside vendors as needed.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Program Logistics Manager, Yale Schwarzman Center
Required Skill/ability 1: Proven ability to work collaboratively and independently with groups within a complex organization, and to formulate long-goals and strategies to ensure a high level of service.
Required Skill/ability 4: Proven ability to manage and prioritize complex workload.
Required Skill/ability 2: Ability to make rapid and appropriate judgements during emergency situations.
Bachelor's degree and 5 years of experience in facilities or building operations, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Internal Number: 66917BR
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