Asset Management Coordinator (BCA)
Website BC Non-Profit Housing Association
The BC Non-Profit Housing Association is the umbrella association for non-profit housing providers in BC providing services, education, events and advocacy to over 800 non-profit housing societies who provide more than 60,000 units of affordable housing at more than 2000 sites across the province.
BCNPHA provides leadership and support to members in creating and supporting a high standard of affordable housing throughout British Columbia. BCNPHA members are primarily non-profit housing providers. Other members include individuals and organizations that care about affordable housing.
BCNPHA offers a variety of programs and services to non-profit housing societies to support and strengthen the capacity of the sector. From group insurance and property management, to energy efficiency and capital planning, we are committed to providing our members with programs and services that save money and make them more energy efficient.
This role will be a permanent full time position assisting BCNPHA to develop and expand our Building Condition Assessment service for the non-profit housing sector.
If the job description below interests you, please submit a covering letter and resume to Brian Jung, Program Delivery Manager, Asset Management.
Provide technical services related to Building Condition Assessments, building retrofits and BCNPHA services developed to advance and sustain the non-profit housing sector
- Program/Services Support:
- Primary role is to perform virtual and in person Building Condition Assessments of client facilities utilizing professional expertise and judgment to determine physical condition and conformance with building codes and relevant inspection criteria
- Secondary role is to perform virtual and in person ASHRAE Level 1 Energy Audits of client facilities to identify potential energy conservation measures
- Use Ameresco’s Asset Planner software to document building equipment and components and provide justification for determination of the physical condition
- Assess multiple buildings within large complexes on a daily basis identifying major components and sub-components as well as supporting systems
- Operate as a member of a survey team, in a field situation, potentially remote locations
- Conduct all scope of services abiding by safety precautions
- Accessing facilities through ladders, roof ladders
- Self-starter, minimal management oversight
- Consult and engage with key stakeholders across the organization to exchange information, present new approaches and discuss equipment/system changes, including identifying opportunities to streamline business processes through the use of technology.
- Collaborates internally with coordinators, education, and marketing teams with a focus on meeting client needs and maintaining high-level customer service standards
- Monitors technical advancements, regulations, and best practices relevant to clients in the application of Building Condition Assessments
- Provide market and customer feedback on products and services to management and leadership team
Education, Experience and Skills
- Community college diploma in relevant field (such as architectural technology, civil, mechanical electrical engineering, building science or building engineering) and 1-3 Years of relevant work experience
- General knowledge of technical standards and process in completing building condition assessments as per American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Practice E2018-15 “Standard Guide for Property Condition Assessments: Baseline Property Condition Assessment Process”
- General knowledge of building science that includes the following: base knowledge of all areas of study – architectural building envelope, mechanical and electrical building systems or site components
- Proficient ability to read architectural drawings
- Proficient computer (MS office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and database skills
- Must have valid driver’s license
- Must be able to travel by car and airplane to non-profit buildings across British Columbia
- Strong problem solving skills and ability to adapt to a changing environment are a must to be successful in this changing sector.
- Have the ability to understand and use technical products and identify and resolve technical problems
- Ability to meet critical deadlines and prioritize multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
- Collegial, team-oriented disposition with the desire and ability to establish cooperative working relationships with employees at all levels
Compensation & Working Conditions
- Family friendly work hours
- A diverse team in a sociable, professionally rewarding work environment
- Some travel throughout British Columbia required
- A comprehensive extended health benefits package for you and your dependants
- Salary: $40,000 to 60,000 commensurate on experience
- Reports to BCNPHA Capital Planning Manager
- Will work very closely with the following:
- Internal; Asset Management Department and all Association departments, and
- External; Utility companies, and non-profit housing providers.
Closing Date: September 30, 2020