Manager, Infrastructure and Campus Sustainability

Yukon University
Yukon University
500 University Drive, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 5K4, Canada (Whitehorse, YT)
Full time
Hours / week:
37.5 hours/week
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Date posted:
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YUKON UNIVERSITY - Employment Opportunities

Manager, Infrastructure and Campus Sustainability
Yukon University
Ayamdigut Campus
Permanent Position
Salary: $ 49.98 to $ 59.49
Yearly: $97,785 to $116,403.39 (Based on 75 hours bi-weekly)
Competition No.: 24.90
Closing Date: July 31, 2024

Yukon University seeks an individual with energy and vision to fill the position of Manager, Infrastructure & Campus Sustainability.

Reporting to the Interim Director, University Infrastructure the Manager, Infrastructure & Campus Sustainability is responsible for managing operations, staff, and administration of relevant areas within the University Infrastructure division. This includes planning, monitoring, financial tracking, reporting, communications, and human resource support functions for key areas, including: Space Management & Land Use Planning; Campus Sustainability; Infrastructure Projects (renovations and new construction); Lease Agreement administration; Signage/Digital Signage; and Building Assessment (focusing on due diligence for anticipated ownership change).

The Manager, Infrastructure and Campus Sustainability is responsible for the management of design and construction project delivery and facility renewal including budgeting, scheduling, design coordination, contract management and commissioning.

The Manager, Infrastructure & Campus Sustainability works closely with the Interim Director to support realization of the division’s strategy and will develop and implement processes and procedures that stabilize departmental operations and create administrative & operational efficiencies. Your leadership will create a vibrant, efficient, and productive University Infrastructure team environment and will enable the YukonU community to continue to create new knowledge and explore new practices that support our students and our territory.

Essential Qualifications (what we’re looking for in your resume):
• A degree in Engineering, Architecture, or similar field
• Certification as a Project Management Professional
• Experience leading a team and working with stakeholders
• Experience in building construction and management of major building projects
• Experience working with First Nation Governments and Yukon Government is an asset
• Significant experience in project management, procurement, and contract management.
• Knowledge of the theory, principles and practices related to building design, construction, architectural and engineering principles
• Minimum five (5) years demonstrated experience managing multiple complex construction projects within a major building sector, such as post-secondary institution, hospital, commercial, mixed-use/multi-unit residential, etc.
• Up to date knowledge of applicable Building Codes, Accessibility Design Standards, Sustainability best practices, Construction Act, Municipal by-laws and other relevant Standards, Acts and Regulations

•Demonstrated working knowledge of ESRI Arcview GIS/GIS Indoors is considered an asset
• Knowledge of green building standards such as LEED, Energy Star Certification, BOMA BEST Sustainable/Smart, and Zero Carbon Building Standards are considered an asset.

Candidates with an Equivalent combination of education and experience may be equally considered.

Please include a cover letter with your resume outlining your relevant experience and why you are interested in this opportunity. While we thank all candidates for their interest, only those shortlisted will be contacted.

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Quoting the competition number, please submit your resume and cover letter to:
Yukon University, Human Resource Services,
Box 2799, 500 University Drive, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 5K4
Fax: 867-668-8896 Email:

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