Staff: Facilities and Capital Planning
Facilities & Capital Planning
Director, AHC Office of Facilities & Capital Planning
Senior Facilities Planner
Senior Facilities Planner
Manager of Classroom & Planning Support Services
Works with Academic Health Center deans, administrators, and faculty to understand changes in pedagogy and facilitates the support of these changes through scheduling, facilities improvements and technology. Responsible for designing and developing planning and management resources for all service units within the AHC.
Senior Communications Technician
Provides technical support, training and recommendations for technology development, and supervises the Service Coordinator and AV Technician.
Interacts with staff throughout the AHC and broader University in locating appropriate space for curriculum and other programming.
Provides customer service support for users who need technology solutions in our classrooms, manages videoconference and lecture capture services, manages AHC student staff, provides over-the-phone and on-site support for tech issues.
Research Building Management Services
Manager of Research Building Management Services
The RBMS Manager is the head of the department and is responsible for ensuring quality service to all within RBMS facilities, including financial decisions and strategic focus. This individual develops key partnerships across campus that can be leveraged for the benefit of those within RBMS facilities. The RBMS Manager also participates in various university committees to advocate for the needs of researchers and clinicians with the RBMS building portfolio.
The Portfolio Manager supervises the Building Coordinators and ensures consistency and comparability of service across all RBMS facilities. Through team development and regular meetings, the Portfolio Manager checks in with all areas to mitigate issues and proactively approach customer service for all building occupants. In addition, the Portfolio Manager manages relationships with campus partners to ensure appropriate responses and reactions to matters in RBMS facilities.
The Operations Manager reviews and evaluates day to day procedures to streamline RBMS processes for efficiency and customer service. This role identifies areas for improvement and, through collaborations with internal and external partners, recommends solutions and best practices as it relates to security of the buildings, equipment maintenance, and training of RBMS staff. This role is also responsible for defining the scope of complex projects and formulating a plan that works to mitigate risk to buildings, research, and security of the RBMS portfolio.
Event & Student Administration Manager
As Event & Student Administration Manager, Erin is responsible for all event planning and coordination involving RBMS assets, and for conference room scheduling, in all RBMS buildings. She also trains and supervises student information desk employees.
DCRU Clinic Coordinator
The Delaware Clinic Manager interfaces directly with those researchers using the RBMS clinical facilities at 717 Delaware to understand what each study may need from the space. The Clinic Manager also ensures all study staff and participants are given necessary access to the spaces reserved and coordinates the timetable for the clinic space so that each study has its needs met.
Lions Research Building/McGuire Translational Research Facility (LRB/MTRF) and Wallin Medical Biosciences Building (WMBB)
Cancer and Cardiovascular Research Building (CCRB) and Microbiology Research Facility (MRF)
717 Delaware (717) and 5th Floor Moos Tower
Nils Hasselmo Hall (NHH) and Jackson Hall (JacH)
Molecular Cellular Biology (MCB) and Masonic Cancer Research Building (MCRB)