Reporting to the Head, M+ Museum Building Management, the key objective for the role is to understand and
translate museum’s requirements and work closely with different stakeholders including but not limited to Project Division, District Facility Services (DFS) Department, contractors, vendors, suppliers and relevant statutory bodies, to manage the Collection
Storage Facility (CSF) and M+ Museum building, get prepared for moving in for operations from an engineering perspectives.
You will be responsible for:
- assisting the supervisor on all matters related to building management of the museum and CSF;
- working closely with relevant parties to monitor the museum’s hardware systems installation and handover schedule,
ensuring the systems are ready for the museum’s opening and well-maintained for day-to-day operations;
- working closely with Project Division to ensure mutually best approach is adopted to resolve technical problems
independently, from installation, testing and commissioning of all building related hardware;
- liaising within M+ team, consultants, contractors and relevant government officials in obtaining
appropriate operating licenses and certifications;
- understanding museum specific needs and requirements on AV and E&M systems, and liaising with
relevant parties to resolve users’ issues promptly and proactively;
- preparing regular progress reports to update relevant parties on museum building matters;
- assisting the supervisor in operational budget preparation and monitoring
actual spend against budget;
- working with DFS Department to monitor HVAC, fire services, electrical distribution, lighting,
vertical transportation design and other associated museum systems to ensure they are operating up to museum standards;
- collaborating with DFS Department to ensure contractors’ deliverables are up to museum’s requirements; and
- undertaking any other ad hoc duties as assigned by supervisor when required.
- possess a recognised university degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Building Services Engineering or other relevant
- possess a professional membership of relevant institution such as HKIE, IMechE, CIBSE, etc. is preferred;
- have at least 5 years of relevant working experience where 1-2 years post-qualification experience in planning,
design and implementation of building services systems for large-scale building or property gained from client or consultant side;
- have supervisory experience in property handover and operation lifecycle will be an advantage;
- have solid experience in statutory submission procedures for obtaining appropriate operating licences and
- be proficient in CAD, BIM or any facilities management software;
- be able to work independently at the same time demonstrating good analytical and problem-solving skills with
good project and stakeholder management experience;
- be detail-minded and result-oriented with good collaboration skills;
- have excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Chinese; and
- be able to work on irregular work hours and holidays if required.
For interested parties, please submit your application with detailed CV on or before 11 November 2020. Applicants are encouraged
to submit their applications as soon as possible. The review of applications will continue until post is filled.
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For more information
Ms. Linda Hung at 2200-5481