North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics is a public residential high school that educates academically talented 11th and 12th-grade students who show promise of exceptional development, as well as special interest, in science and mathematics, and who reflect the demographics of North Carolina. The school, established in 1978 and a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina System, serves residential students at its Durham campus and provides distance education, teacher development, and outreach throughout the state.




Facilities Superintendent


CLASSIFICATION/TITLE: Facilities Superintendent

WORKING TITLE: Facilities Superintendent



COMPETENCY/GRADE: Advanced- Salary Grade 77

POSTING DATE: July 25, 2014

CLOSING DATE: August 8, 2014 5pm

SALARY/POSITION TYPE: SPA 12-Month, 1.0 FTE Position 



Minimum Requirements:

Completion of high school and six years of technical and supervisory experience in the installation, maintenance, and repair of physical plant facilities: or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer experience is bidding and negotiating cost.


Description of Work:

This position reports to the Director of Plant Facilities and is independently responsible for all operations and maintenance of the NCSSM campus. This includes electrical, plumbing,carpentry, and general maintenance and repair. The position works with designers, engineers, contractors, Department of Insurance building inspectors, and State Construction Office in support of construction projects for the school; Develops bids for future work and negotiates cost; Serves in key role for decision making of purchasing, hiring contractors and vendors; Schedules repairs for services, equipment maintenance, replacements and new equipment specification; Provides on-call and emergency call back support for all positions reporting to the Department of Plant Facilities


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Possess a working knowledge of facilities equipment; Ability to operate, troubleshoot, and repair equipment and the ability to train others; Ability in interface with designers to develop project specifications that meet the needs of the school; Ability to identify and implement best practices; Ability to review budgets, make recommendations, make revisions, and solicit for cost effective purchases; Possess willingness to return to work after hours to resolve various problems.


How to Apply:

Submit electronic application via: Please create an account, search for Facilities Superintendent vacancy, and complete/submit an application.

Facilities Maintenance Technician-Mechanical


CLASSIFICATION/TITLE: Facilities Maintenance Technician-Mechanical




COMPETENCY/GRADE: Journey- Salary Grade 67

POSTING DATE: July 25, 2014

CLOSING DATE: August 8, 2014 5pm

SALARY/POSITION TYPE: $39,411 - $45,633

12-Month Position, 1.0 FTE


Minimum Requirements:

High school or General Educational Development diploma and five years of experience in the performance of the full range of journey level tasks associated with two or more highly complex mechanical or building trades; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.


Description of Work:

This position reports to the Director of Plant Facilities and performs the full range of journey work duties associated with the construction, maintenance, and repair of HVAC systems and associated air handling, chilled water distribution, control mechanisms, and refrigeration units and their control systems. Expected to identify the cause of problem, determine materials and tools needed for method of repairs, and carry out repair procedures independently. Be available for on-call duty. Responsible to develop a working parts inventory necessary to repair various HVAC equipment. Support the set-up of special events at the school and other duties as assigned by supervisor.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Progressive experience in the installation, maintenance or repair of air-conditioning systems, boilers, air handling, chilled water distribution, & control systems, including pneumatic control systems, is required. Possess the knowledge and ability to operate and maintain chillers, cooling towers and associated pumping and control systems. Working knowledge of refrigeration, knowledge of electricity, and ability to troubleshoot and repair complex electrical and pneumatic control systems is required. Ability to safely operate high pressure boilers, maintain and repair trap assemblies, feed water pumps, condensate pumps, hot water systems, and air compressors. Ability to work independently to diagnose equipment malfunctions and to prescribe and perform repair procedures is required. Ability to share knowledge and information with other personnel within the department.


How to Apply:

Submit electronic application via: Please create an account, search for Facilities Maintenance Technician-Mechanical vacancy, and complete/submit an application.


NCSSM is an Equal Opportunity/eVerify/VEVRAA Employer


University Librarian

Time Limited Position


CLASSIFICATION/TITLE: University Librarian


DEPARTMENT/OFFICE: Borden Mace Library



POSTING DATE: July 24, 2014

CLOSING DATE: August 6, 2014

SALARY/POSITION TYPE: $22,591 - $28,238

SPA 10 Month, .75 FTE Position


Minimum Requirements:

Masters Degree in Library or Library and Information Science; or equivalent combination of training and experience. A student near the end of their MLS program is acceptable.


Description of Work:

This position reports to the Director of Library, Instructional Technology and Communications (LITCOM). Job Responsibilities of this position include: 1) Plan new programs, evaluate existing programs, 2) Manage overall function of the library, 3) Apply knowledge to advise faculty and staff on evolving development in copyright policies affecting academic use, 4) Collaborate with faculty, staff and librarians to integrate information literacy skills throughout the curriculum, 5) Lead, train and guide librarians in creating and enhancing instructional methods and materials tailored to diverse learning styles, 6) Design policies which govern the overall level of library services, 7) Manage overall function of a library, 8) Provide consulting

services; present at workshops and seminars, 9) Prepare guidelines, answer inquiries and advise others regarding processes, services, and operations as to non-standard situations, 10) Communicate expectations to other employees, which may include formal/informal training, 11) Interpret and communicate information to meet the needs of non-standard situations by applying knowledge of policies and procedures

12) Present at professional organizations representing the library. This position requires working 5pm to 10pm Tuesday and Thursday and every other

the discretion of the Director.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Thorough knowledge of information literacy pedagogy and instructional best practices; thorough knowledge of copyright and permissions in the digital age; thorough knowledge of the school’s digital and print collections and how to both utilize and teach them; excellent computer skills including digital content creation, software and hardware on multiple platforms and operating systems; excellent communication skills including delivering instruction to both adults and students; excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work easily with students, faculty, staff and administration; capable of delivering instruction in multiple environments including face to face, online, by video and through interactive video conference; proactively plan communications in multiple formats to promote library services and products.


How to Apply:

Submit electronic application via: Please create an account, search for University Librarian vacancy, and complete/submit an application.



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