Another Source's client, Washington State University (WSU) – Tri Cities , is recruiting a Facilities Director to join their team on their Tri-Cities Campus. As a leadership role, the expectation is to be on-site. As you settle into the role, the team is open to conversations around limited hybrid flexibility.
Here's a little about Washington State University (WSU) and the position they are recruiting for:
WSU Tri-Cities is a leading public research university located along the beautiful Columbia River in the diverse and growing Tri-Cities. With a focus on energy, environment, and agriculture, the campus delivers career-connected learning and innovative research that addresses economic and social challenges.
Learn more about the department here: Facilities - WSU Tri-Cities
What's in it for you:
Washinton State University (WSU) offers a comprehensive compensation and benefit package. The anticipated annual base salary for this position is $86,000.00 - $125,000.00. Relocation assistance may be offered for this role.
WSU offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes paid sick and vacation leave; paid holidays; medical, dental, life, and disability insurance package for employees and dependents; retirement; deferred compensation and optional supplemental retirement accounts. For additional information, please review the detailed Summary of Benefits offered by WSU for AP staff and Total Compensation.
About the role:
The Facilities Director is a member of the Finance & Administration leadership team and reports to the Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration. The Facilities Director is expected to effectively lead and manage the campus Facilities Services department while creating a positive and supportive service-focused culture. The Facilities Director oversees long-range planning and management of facilities and is responsible for the maintenance, custodial, and grounds services on the Tri-Cities campus. The Facilities Director also provides strategic direction and leadership to the campus in areas such as energy efficiency, resource conservation, recycling, and campus accessibility. This position is directly involved with the university's capital budget process and works with the Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration on capital planning initiatives including new construction, renovations, minor capital requests, and other projects.
What you will be doing:
45% Facilities Administration
20% Campus Project Coordination
5% Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities or Competencies
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