As the University embarks on a new Campus plan, the Manager, Capital Program will be at the forefront of developing new tools, analysis and reporting to increase accuracy, transparency and communication between stakeholders. The Manager, Capital Program, as part of the FFCP team is responsible for managing the various components of the university’s capital plan. These programs include the execution of new construction and renovation projects on campus. With oversight on all projects being completed on campus, the Manager must recognize the patterns, synergies and opportunities that exist within the plan, while trying to coordinate many of the annual programs, including the Major Maintenance program. The Manager will be responsible for much of the day-to-day financial management of the capital program, and will have input into the larger strategic implementation and initiatives within Facilities.
In addition to the internal clients this role is responsible for, the Manager, Capital Program is the liaison to various external departments, such as the Office of Finance and Treasury and University Services, and directly supports initiatives such as the maintenance of the Capital Plan Model, the commercial real estate portfolio, the Facilities Condition Assessment and will be involved in the implementation of a new reporting tool to increase transparency and data gathering for Facilities. To support these programs and initiatives, the role will have one direct report performing function ranging from purchase requisition entry to reporting and analysis. The Manager will work closely with the Manager, Capital Finance and the Assistant Director of Facilities Finance Capital Projects to successfully help the program achieve its goals.
With a staff of over 700 spread across 9 departments and 20 shops, Facilities is a multifaceted organization providing support to the entire Princeton University campus. In order to provide the services needed to maintain and grow a world-class institution. Facilities utilizes an operating budget of over $120 million, a capital program expending nearly $300 million a year, and an annual Major Maintenance program of $45 million. The Facilities Finance Capital Projects (FFCP) group, embedded within Facilities Finance and Administrative Services department is responsible for providing shared services to all Facilities clients as well as the broader university.
*All Facilities employees are considered essential and are expected to be available to work as directed by the department during emergencies and certain campus events.
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