Dallas Cowboys look for Director of Engineering & Maintenance for new stadium

From the Dallas Cowboys…The Dallas Cowboys Football Club are looking for a Director of
Engineering & Maintenance for their new stadium being
built in Arlington Texas. The 2.7-million square-foot stadium is
scheduled to be complete by June 2009. The Dallas Cowboys are dedicated
to being industry leader in new ideas and innovation, and we are
looking for qualified individuals who can add to this environment.
Send a Cover Letter & Resume to stadiumjobs@dallascowboys.net Application Deadline: Friday – February 8, 2008

Job duties:
Monitor installation and commissioning of equipment in the
stadium • Review all construction documents for potential changes to
design • Visit other NFL stadium to build best practices • Recruiting,
selection, training and retention of engineering personnel • Developing
and implementing departmental rules, policies, regulations, work
methods and procedures • Monitoring and reviewing work activities and
performance of departmental personnel • Develop and monitor annual
operations budgets for the departmental • Oversee the process for
capital spending submittals and supervise the capital spending projects
• Review all budget expenditures including labor, materials, supplies,
equipment and utility consumption and recommend policies and procedures
to promote efficiency. • Establish and maintain an ongoing maintenance
program and preventive maintenance program • Formulate and document
preventive maintenance program for all facility equipment, ve hicles
and tools to ensure that all are performing at a high level of
operating efficiency • Work with systems providers to obtain optimum
efficiency and performance of equipment • Oversee the operation and
maintenance of the retractable roof & retractable doors • Implement
and maintain programs for inspection of facilities and documentation of
work orders • Administer outside maintenance, repair and service
contracts. • Coordinate all inspections with outside regulatory
agencies (Fire, Insurance, EPA, etc.) • Develop policies and procedures
to monitor and manage energy consumption that produces significant
energy savings • Research and recommend continuing education programs
for key technical personnel. • Negotiate with Power Provider to
establish best rates available • Establish and monitor performance
measures
Qualifications • Bachelor’s degree in facility management, engineering,
or maintenance is preferred. Professional experience in these areas may
be considered in lieu of formal education. • Minimum of 5 years
experience (sports / large facility) in facilities management with at
least 3 years in a supervisory capacity. • Experience in budgeting and
budget forecasts. • Ability to create and implement an energy
management plan that produces significant energy savings • Ability to
plan, implement, coordinate and document major maintenance projects,
capital, and preventive maintenance program within specific time and
budget constraints. • Proven skills in sourcing equipment and supplies,
and recommending and specifying the best products and procedures
possible within budget • Must have knowledge of carpentry, plumbing,
electrical, painting, HVAC, fire alarms, smoke evacuation, security
systems, waterproofing and general maintenance within a
commercial/industrial setting • Strong knowledge of building management
systems (BMS) (Honeywell experience a plus) and computerized
maintenance systems (CMMS) • Ability to read and understand blue
prints, understand & interpret technical specifications, technical
publications, fire & safety regulation and local/state building
codes Must possess and be able to demonstrate excellent oral and
written skills, and be able to clearly and effectively communicate with
high level officials.