|Date Posted||June 12, 2019|
Science & Engineering
Duties and responsibilities
Overseeing the University constructions, installations and fixings; supervising Building & Civil Engineering Estates teams, Technicians, Craftsmen and external Contractors employed by the University to ensure that, buildings, roads and their Electro-mechanical services, equipment & assets are in good working conditions.
Ensuring that Planned Preventative Maintenance Systems are put into operation and carried out in a timely manner for proper maintenance and safe custody of University facilities and equipment under your jurisdiction.
Planning, supervising and managing technical activities of the estates unit.
Advising the University management, on procurement of construction materials, sanitary facilities and equipment required for the activities of the estates unit.
Drawing budgets, estimates and bills of quantities for construction repairs and renovations as may be required by management.
Advising the University management in procuring technical services such as sourcing or invitation, analysis and selection of Bidders for Works; carrying out organization and planning activities as required necessary to enable the estates department to execute designated tasks.
Coordinating and liaising with Statutory Regulators, Consultants, Contractors and external Company representatives providing technical services related to infrastructure maintenance & development to the University.
Provision of advice and guidance on design concepts & proposals for structures, the sourcing & procurement of consultants to provide design services such as Architectural, structural, Mechanical, Engineering Drawings, and Bills of Quantities; for purposes of budgeting & implementation of construction projects of the University.
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
A registered Engineer is an added advantage