Regulatory Support Specialist
Title of Position: Regulatory Support Specialist
Department: Facilities, Planning and Management
Performance responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Administers and serves as primary contact for ensuring the execution of contracts as assigned.
- Creates new contracts; reviews, updates and modifies contracts to reflect campus needs and regulatory changes.
- Schedules internal employees or contracted services to analyze samples and perform encapsulations or abatement as necessary; reviews, modifies, and makes schedule changes for the work.
- Notifies appropriate local, state and federal agencies about work plans and timelines associated with abatement work; prepares appropriate forms.
- Coordinates activities with and between contracted service providers and project managers and shop supervisors.
- Acts as an in-house expert on regulatory compliance, asbestos and lead maintenance, and project work.
- Maintains records of all work pertaining to environmental compliance, asbestos and lead management projects, program changes and related issues.
- Serves as the campus “designated expert” for asbestos, lead, mold, environmental compliance, and other related potential exposures to regulated building materials.
- Coordinates the procurement of necessary materials and supplies.
- Teaches and enforces project management related protocols, work practice and worker protection policies and regulations with regards to asbestos, lead, and mold.
- Assists in providing asbestos and lead awareness training to departmental employees and campus personnel.
- Makes recommendations for program development, improvements or modifications and performs other related duties concerning asbestos containing materials, lead, mold and other kinds of hazardous materials.
- Maintain the facilities AutoCAD program, expand and update building and site drawings, document, categorize, and file new project drawings, distribute copies to appropriate departments, and manage the AutoCAD system and equipment.
- Serves as a support specialist for projects and facilities activities as assigned.
Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Engineering or related industrial/construction technology field is required with a minimum of five years experience, with ten years preferred experience in building trades, construction, building or equipment maintenance, or other closely related technical areas. Candidates must possess, or as a condition of employment with provided training, successfully obtain the IDPH Certified Asbestos Program/Project Manager, become familiar with lead hazard protocols, mold identification, air sampling, and mold mitigation techniques. Candidates must also possess an expert level command of AutoCAD, AutoCAD modeling, blueprint interpretation and development, blueprint storage, filing, and records management. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required. Ability to use Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook programs is required.
Applicants should submit a letter of application addressing how the candidate meets the criteria for this position, a resume and contact information for three professional references, including phone numbers and email addresses. Submit all application materials in Word or PDF format as attachments to an email message sent to:
Office of the Vice President for Business Affairs
- Review of applications will begin Sept. 28, 2012, and will continue until finalists for campus interviews are selected.
- Compensation commensurate with qualifications and experience.
- Eastern Illinois University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer committed to achieving a diverse community.