Auburn University Facilities Maintenance seeks candidates for an Assistant Director, Utilities and Energy to serve as the leader of the day-to-day operations of the University’s Utilities & Energy department. This position will serve as the leader of the Electrical Distribution and Utility Services groups for the Utilities & Energy directorate and supports the Facilities Management organization responsible for maintaining the associated utility infrastructure that serves over 250 campus facilities. This position plays a key role in ensuring the successful maintenance and operation of the campus utility systems to result in the reliable and efficient delivery of resources in support of the University's academic, research, and outreach mission. This position will report to the Director of Utilities & Energy and work in conjunction with the Utilities Engineer.
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