Manager, Mechanical
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, CA
2d ago

Union / Affiliation : Administrative and Professional Staff (APSA)

Pay range : $70,943 To $84,719 Annually SFU Department Descr : Facilities Services - Mechanical Services

Biweekly Hours : 72

Please note : If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please refer to HAYS for additional information.

Simon Fraser University (SFU) is looking for an experienced, dedicated and professional Mechanical Manager to join Facilities Services located at the Burnaby campus.

Recent continued growth and succession planning will allow a new candidate to grow with the University and add to its team of professional staff.

Your new company

With three locations in Burnaby, Surrey and Vancouver, SFU has matured into one of the world’s leading educational and research facilities.

With 30,000+ students, faculty and staff, and a growing population of alumni, residences and assets, SFU is one of the most engaged universities in the world.

Innovative education, cutting edge research and community outreach combine to create what SFU values in their portfolio of institutional buildings as a place of higher learning.

SFU-Facilities Services mission and vision is to provide exceptional services and facilities to our SFU community. Our values include : integrity, joy, innovation, respectful place of work, caring and trust.

Facilities Services at the Burnaby Campus, invites qualified Mechanical Managers or similar role applicants to join their team of engineering and planning professionals, technical staff and unionized trades.

Your new role

As a Mechanical Manager, you will report to the Associate Director, Mechanical Services, in the Maintenance & Operations division at Facilities Services.

The key component will be to provide mechanical and administrative services for the SFU Community by overseeing the day-to-day management of its operations.

Managing day- to- day activities of shift engineers, mechanical trades’ staff and completion of work orders will be a part of your skillset.

The Mechanical Manager, identifies, researches and recommends external contractors for specific projects, negotiates rates, terms of services, and project timelines with contractors and serves as the primary contact for client service matters related to mechanical trades service requests and recurring maintenance issues.

This role ensures that the appropriate safety equipment is available and maintained for use by all employees and responds to emergency situations arising on worksites where mechanical trades’ staff are present.

The Mechanical Department is responsible for the safe, efficient, consistent operation of all campus mechanical systems, and you will play an imperative, leadership role in this team.

What you’ll need to succeed

As the Mechanical Manager, you will bring the following minimum requirements : 3rd class power engineer certification in good standing with TSBC, 5 years of related experience in the areas of heating and air conditioning, and / or power plant operations, and 3 years supervisory experience in a unionized setting.

You will have knowledge of codes and regulatory requirements, relating to the operation & maintenance including management of boilers, pressure vessels, fire protection, HVAC equipment and preventative maintenance.

Sound knowledge of energy management, engineering principles, HVAC designs, district energy systems and / or project management credentials are considered assets to your role.

You will be professionally presented, organized, a strong communicator, and have excellent computer skills, along with budget, financial and resource management skills.

You will exercise mature judgment and initiative complemented by good work ethics in a unionized setting.

What you’ll get in return

As the Mechanical Manager, you will earn a competitive compensation package, comprised of a base salary, full benefits, vacation and a pension / retirement package.

The benefits provided by SFU are comparable to market for MSP, LD, SD and more, but SFU’s pension plan is worth looking into as part of your remuneration.

Working with SFU you will typically receive paid time off during Christmas break, in addition to statutory holidays and vacation, which starts at 3 weeks per calendar year.

A tuition waiver program is available for benefit by your children (up to age 25) and / or spouse. In addition to a great work life balance, SFU offers a gym membership, as they believe in supporting ongoing personal development and health.

If you are looking for stability and the chance to work with a recognized Canada’s top 100 employer (2018), BC’s Top Employers (2017) & Canada’s Top Family Friend Employers (2017), SFU may be a great fit for you.

What you need to do now

If the Mechanical Manager opportunity, and chance to join the SFU family, as well as a stability with one employer rather than going from project to project, sound like it could be for you, apply! Taylor Housdon, your Hays Mechanical contracting Consultant, will soon be in touch with those qualified candidates to discuss next steps in the interview process.

Please note : If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please refer to HAYS for additional information.

Please include you cover letter and resume in one attachment.

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