Job Postings

Maintenance Tech II

Working under the general supervision of the Area Supervisor, this position performs a broad range of building maintenance tasks for all University facilities in the areas of carpentry, electrical, plumbing, general maintenance and locksmith duties. Communicates with various faculty, staff, and students to keep them informed on repair work which impacts them. Must have good organizational skills to keep up with the heavy workload, and manage the elated paperwork. Performs other duties as assigned. The end results of this job allow the Physical Plant to provide good customer service for the campus’ students, faculty, and staff, which includes helping the Physical Plant keep the campus well-maintained, safe, and comfortable.

Area Supervisor - Maintenance

This position is to serve as a working supervisor for the building maintenance staff of the Atlanta campus Physical Plant. The area of responsibility may change from time to time as designated by Physical Plant management. The incumbent will supervise a minimum of (3) Maintenance Technician II positions. The incumbent will work directly with his/her subordinates, will make maintenance decisions, solve day-to-day problems, and will perform maintenance and repairs for the designated facilities along with other duties as assigned. Communicates with various faculty, staff, and students to keep them informed on repair work that impacts them. Processes paperwork associated with the work. The incumbent will work with limited direction from the Director of Facilities.

Skilled Trades Mechanic- Plumbing

The incumbent is a licensed Journeyman Plumber and has the commensurate experience necessary to enable them to test for a Master Plumbers license and obtain the state certification for backflow preventer repair and installation in the near future. Incumbent will be involved in the maintenance, repair and installation of facility plumbing and ventilation systems along with maintenance and repair work on the campus lawn sprinkler system and campus water features and fountains. The incumbent will be expected to work independently and under indirect supervision and will be expected to handle assignments from conception through successful completion. Must have a good working knowledge and understanding of city, county and state plumbing codes and regulations. The incumbent may be assigned other duties outside their primary discipline by Physical Plant management from time-to-time. This position will report to the Superintendent of Maintenance.

10018485 Skilled Craft Maint Worker II

This position is responsible for performing skilled duties in the maintenance of university property including buildings, other facilities, vehicles, and grounds. The position can be either a Generalist or a Specialist. 

10018411 Skilled Craft Maintenance Worker II

This position is responsible for performing skilled duties in the maintenance of university property including buildings, other facilities, vehicles, and grounds. The position can be either a Generalist or a Specialist. 

10018401 Skilled Crafted Maintenance Worker II

This position is responsible for performing skilled duties in the maintenance of university property including buildings, other facilities, vehicles, and grounds. The position can be either a Generalist or a Specialist. 

Director of Utility and Energy Management

Under the direction of the Senior Director for Facilities Operations and Infrastructure, and working collaboratively with the campus community, the Director of Utility and Energy Management (UEM) is responsible for electrical and thermal utility procurement, production and distribution on campus. The Director is to set the strategic direction for the group, as well as ensure the group’s operational components are performing effectively and efficiently. Additional functions include human resources management, implementation of training, financial responsibility for both operating budget and capital funds, quality control, and special projects as assigned by FMD’s leadership.
The position oversees approximately twenty seven (27) staff members: a campus energy engineer, a utility location coordinator, a utility analyst, three utility locators, a meter reader, and a 16 person team at the central steam plant. Additionally, the UEM Director will lead the creation of a Building Automation and Retro-commissioning team, led by a second energy engineer and supported with multiple retro-commissioning technicians.

Fleet Manager

Under the direction of the Director of Grounds, Automotive & Sanitation, and working collaboratively with the campus community, the Fleet Manager is responsible for directing the Automotive Center operations for UGA’s fleet of 1,500+ vehicles including vehicle rental, fuel island, and car wash. Additionally, this position managers day to day sanitation operations for the campus community. The Fleet Manager is charged with setting the strategic direction for the group, as well as ensure the group’s operational components are performing effectively and efficiently. Additional functions include human resources management, implementation of training, financial responsibility for the area’s operating budget, inspections and special projects as assigned by FMD’s leadership.

Academy on Campus: Level 2 – Woodward Academy