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Position: Space Planner - Facilities Management and Development
Institution: Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Duties: Reporting to the Director, Planning and Architecture, the Space Planner’s primary role is to support the optimal use of NAIT’s principal asset. The Space Planner will use established guidelines and standards, best practices and expert judgment to develop solutions and provide recommendations that meet the NAIT’s educational and business needs while ensuring highest and best use of space. The Space Planner, in consultation with the Director, ensures that space planning is proactive and responsive to NAIT’s strategic goals and initiatives. The Space Planner also provides support for new construction and renovations
Requirements: A diploma in Architecture or Interior Design (a degree is preferred). 5 years of directly related experience. Equivalent education and experience may be considered
   
Text: Space Planner Facilities Management and Development Competition #: 219025 Opening Date: 2/6/19 Scope: Open to all Applicants Closing Date: 2/24/19 Location: Main Campus Description NAIT is one of the largest polytechnic institutes in Canada, providing education in advanced technologies, business, skilled trades and allied health to more than 80,000 registrants annually. NAIT graduates provide the skilled workforce required to support Alberta’s current and emergent economic needs. Recognized for the last three years as one of the top employers in the Province of Alberta, NAIT is one of Canada’s foremost trainers in technology-based education. Facilities Management and Development oversees NAIT’s buildings comprised of 3.8 million square feet, located primarily on four campuses in the Edmonton area. Reporting to the Director, Planning and Architecture, the Space Planner’s primary role is to support the optimal use of NAIT’s principal asset. The Space Planner will use established guidelines and standards, best practices and expert judgment to develop solutions and provide recommendations that meet the NAIT’s educational and business needs while ensuring highest and best use of space. The Space Planner, in consultation with the Director, ensures that space planning is proactive and responsive to NAIT’s strategic goals and initiatives. The Space Planner also provides support for new construction and renovations. This includes provide providing input to and review of functional programs, schematic layouts/designs, finishes and furniture selection as applicable. For small to medium scale projects, this position may directly perform that work and provide recommendations. Key Responsibilities: Carrying out space planning to enable the functions of NAIT business units and to optimize the use of NAIT facilities. Managing and administering space use and allocations Provide technical advice, support and expertise to the planning, design, construction and maintenance of facilities. Skills and Knowledge: Strong interpersonal, communication and engagement skills. Knowledge of space planning, and interior design principles and architectural standards and practices is required. Excellent organizational skills, with an ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously. Qualifications: A diploma in Architecture or Interior Design (a degree is preferred). 5 years of directly related experience Equivalent education and experience may be considered. Remuneration: $2,713.13-$3,645.44 biweekly (Senior Project Coordinator) This position is covered by the AUPE Collective Agreement. Thank you for your application however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. It is recommended that applicants who have obtained educational credentials from outside of Canada and have not had them previously assessed, obtain an evaluation of their credentials from World Education Services or the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) - http://work.alberta.ca/immigration/international-qualifications-assessment-service.html
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