Assistant Director of Facilities

first_imgUniversity Job FamilyFacilities Management University Code17911 University TitleAdministrator 1, Facilities Management For more information on ORP, visit:Retirement Plans Working TitleAssistant Director of Facilities Quick Link Job CategoryTrades/ Housekeeping and Operations DepartmentUniversity Housing Application Process/Additional Information Job Open Date08/04/2020 ORP EligibleYes Normal Work Days/HoursMonday-Friday FLSA IndicatorExempt Sensitive PositionNo •Experience working in a diverse collegiate setting.•Experience working in a residence hall setting.•Master’s Degree Preferred. At VCU, we Make it Real through learning, research, creativity,service and discovery — the hallmarks of the VCU experience. Apremier, urban, public research university nationally recognized asone of the best employers for diversity, VCU is a great place towork. It’s a place of opportunity, where your success is supportedand your career can thrive. VCU offers employees a generous leavepackage, career paths for advancement, competitive pay, and anopportunity to do mission-driven work. Recruitment TypeMulti Title Position Number571470 Posting will close on or before Position Primary Purpose and General Responsibilities Hours/Week40 Recruitment PoolAll Applicants Anticipated Hiring Range$55,000 Position Information Scope of SearchNational Required Licenses/ Certifications Posting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Optional & Required DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationResumeOptional Documents • Provides day-to-day management of resident halls including, butnot limited to: serving as the main contact for all facilities andhousekeeping issues, fire/safety drills and checks, and student andparent concerns.•Provides leadership and supervision for Facilities Coordinatorsregarding daily as well as long- term operations.•Oversees daily administration of housing vendor contracts, managedby the Facility Coordinators.• Works daily with Facilities Management and contractors to provideefficient and effective Maintenance and Custodial services in theresidence halls. Is this a restricted position?No Organizational Overview Is this employee on a H1B Visa? Job StatusFull-Time • Demonstrated ability in the integrated logistical planning offacilities-related projects.•Skills in planning and coordination of complex assignments andprojects across multiple organizational units.• Ability to communicate effectively with a variety of constituentsboth orally and in writing, including the delivery ofpresentations.•Proficiency in Office software to include Microsoft Word, Excel,PowerPoint, and the Internet.•Strong interpersonal skills, including an ability to analyze andsolve problems.• Ability to supervise and work effectively with professional andnon-professional personnel.• Bachelor’s degree in business management, hotel/restaurantmanagement, or related field .• Demonstrated experiences in fostering a diverse and inclusiveenvironment and an expressed commitment to do so while at VCU. Open Until FilledYes Resource CriticalYes CampusMonroe Park Campus Minimum Hiring Standards Is this position eligible to participate in alternative workarrangements?Yes Preferred Hiring Standards Employee GroupUniversity Employee Position TypeStafflast_img read more

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Stepping into action

first_img 27Trip 43 celebrates a wet but well-fought victory in a game of “Zoo” against Trip 42 on the summit. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 22Trip leader Henry Yin ’11 (center) talks to the group during a brief water stop on the trail. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 2Alastair Su ’14 of the musical composition team lays down some tracks. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 19Ginny Fahs ’14 (from left), Megan McDonnell ’14, and Alec Yeh ’14 coat the stage under the direction of seasoned scene painter Peter Miller ’82. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 32Trip leader Emma Franklin ’12 (center) yells encouragement while setting up camp with the help of Leah Schulson (left) and Katya Johns. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 39Trip leaders Henry Yin ’11 (center) and Emma Franklin ’12 (left) participate in the morning group meeting. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 6More elbow grease! Samantha Berstler ’14 (from left), Alec Yeh ’14, and Megan McDonnell ’14 stir the paint. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 7Script writers Riana Balahadia ’14 (from left), Xiaoxiao Wu ’14, and Georgia Shelton ’14 bounce around ideas in a room filled with brainstorming writers. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 8Meisha Brooks ’14 (from left) of Boston and Tony Oblen ’14 of Maryland harmonize and help plan the pageant’s music. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 9These freshmen — Alastair Su ’14 (from left), Michael Wu ’14, and Liv Redpath ’14 — hammer out the finishing touches for the pageant’s score. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 4Charlotte Chang ’14 (from left), Georgia Shelton ’14, Xiaoxiao Wu ’14, and Riana Balahadia ’14 rehearse for the big event. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 28Freshman Nikhil Mulani (right) looks back with a smile. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 18Freshmen work to complete the pageant backdrop. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 1Incoming freshmen in the Freshman Arts Program (FAP) conduct rehearsals and preparations for their annual pageant in the New College Theatre at Harvard University. Ty Walker ’14 helps with design, painting an “H” for Harvard and, of course, his new home. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 35After cleaning up dinner, FOP’ers put food and other belongings into a “bear bag,” which is then hoisted into a tree for the night, away from camp. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 15Behind the dry erase board, Aviva Hakanoglu ’14 (right) conjures magic in a drum rehearsal for the pageant. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 16Ben Silva ’14 (arms in air) runs lines with his fellow cast members. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 34Freshman Simone Polanen laughs during dinner time inside the shelter. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 26At the summit, an intricate spider web glistens. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 3Ginny Fahs ’14 (left) and Megan McDonnell ’14 paint some Harvard against the Boston skyline. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 40Trip 43 (back row, from left): Jason Gandelman, Anne McKenna, Emma Franklin, Simone Polanen, Stephen Bates, Matthew Warshauer; (front row, from left): Nikhil Mulani, Keerthi Reddy, Henry Yin, Leah Schulson and Katya Johns.Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 21The First-Year Outdoor Program is Harvard’s largest and oldest pre-orientation program. Trip leader Emma Franklin ’12 (center, in pink shorts) leads the group in New Hampshire. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 30Anne McKenna ’14 makes her way across a bridge under the watchful eye of trip leader Henry Yin ’11. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 29FOP’ers help each other along the trail, setting the foundation for long-lasting bonds of friendship. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 12Chin up, chin up! Megan McDonnell ’14 (right, in red) listens to pageant rehearsals. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 17Away from it all … and in a stairwell. Aviva Hakanoglu ’14, Meisha Brooks ’14, and Ali Slaight ’14 focus in a quiet space. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 24Weeklong hiking, hiking/service, and hiking/canoeing trips offer an excellent learning environment for students prior to their arrival on campus. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 38Trip leader Emma Franklin ’12. Justin Ide/Harvard University Harvard programs that help incoming freshmen to get into the flow included 800 participants in Harvard’s pre-orientation programs, a quintet of activities that brought the freshmen to campus before the official College orientation began at the end of August.The students have myriad options in getting to know their peers. Participants may head for the woods, or fan out into Boston’s neighborhoods for community service, or stay on campus to tap their artistic muses. Others help Harvard’s maintenance crews, spending the week earning extra money and prepping the dorms for the new semester. The final group, international students, has more orienting to do than the typical domestic student group, so they spend more time learning about life in America and at Harvard. 31Freshman Matthew Warshauer of New Jersey tightens up a rope that will become the base of the students’ shelter. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 13Students from the art and design group powwow with other students and discuss the details of the show. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 20Putting a shine on! The New College Theatre stage gets a makeover as pageant preparations get under way. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 10Don’t forget your lines! Brooke Griffin ’14 (from left), Ginny Fahs ’14, and Diana Miao ’14 prep the set. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 23Class of 2014 member Katya Johns takes a breather during a water break along the trail. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 25Nearing the crest of the mountain, the terrain levels out. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 37Four days of rain make for wet and grimy boots in camp. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 36Leader Emma Franklin ’12 goes over the map for the next day’s hike. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographer 14Speak your mind. Katherine Price ’14 and Eric Brewster ’14 discuss the script. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 11I think we’re alone now … Alastair Su ’14 (right) collaborates with other musicians in a quiet nook of the theater. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 5It’s rough work for Ty Walker ’14 (from left), Sam Rashba ’14, and Matt DaSilva ’12, but the show must go on! Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer 33Trip Leader Emma Franklin ’12 cooks dinner for the FOP’ers in the New Hampshire camp. Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographerlast_img read more

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Moyes reveals second Manchester Utd bid for Fabregas

first_imgDavid Moyes has revealed that Manchester United have made a second bid for Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas.Last week United revealed an opening offer for the playmaker of €30 million had been made to Barca on Monday. However, Barca vice president Josep Maria Bartomeu insisted on Friday that the 26-year-old is not for sale.The latest offer is reported to consist of €35m plus add-ons, while the former Arsenal midfielder is contracted to the Blaugrana until 2016.The United manager told the club’s official website: “My understanding is that Ed [Woodward, United’s executive vice chairman] had a response and he spoke with them. I think we made a second offer but Ed is dealing with that personally, rather than me.”“When you’re interested in good players you want to give it every opportunity to materialise and I’ll do that.“I hope things can continue and move forward. At this moment in time I can only tell you that Ed Woodward is working hard trying to make the deals happen. “We can only hope that some of them fall into place shortly.”Long-serving midfielder Paul Scholes retired at the end of last season, and the Red Devils’ options in the middle of the park going into the new season were further depleted following the news that Darren Fletcher will miss the start of the season as he recovers from surgery.The Red Devils had previously targeted Spain’s under-21 European Championship winning Thiago Alcantara, but the 22-year-old opted to join former Blaugrana manager Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich, while the former Everton manager has also been linked with a move for the Toffees’ Marouane Fellaini.last_img read more

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first_imgThe Department of Psychiatry at Letterkenny General Hospital will offer a reduced admission service to the unit from this morning, Tuesday 30 July.Local GPs have been notified and will liaise with the local Community Mental Health Teams to arrange assessments and admissions as necessary.Donegal Mental Health Service Management team regrets any inconvenience caused over this weekend and is endeavouring to maintain service delivery. “We would like to acknowledge the ongoing support of the public during the management of this flood incident. If members of the public have any queries or concerns, they should contact their local GP, Out of Hours (NoWDOC service), or the Department of Psychiatry at 087 6182621. The Director of Nursing, Mr Kevin Mills added, “On behalf of the Donegal Mental Health Service, I would like to acknowledge the support offered by all staff and the local community on Friday evening and throughout the weekend.” FLOOD: PSYCHIATRY SERVICES RESUME AT LETTERKENNY GENERAL was last modified: July 30th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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