Current Position Vacancies

Regular Full-Time Positions

Project Manager (2 Positions) – Job Code 74244

Facilities Maintenance Worker – Custodial – Job Code 69590

Facilities Management Regulatory Compliance Coordinator – Job Code 71777

Mechanical Specialist – HVAC – Job Code 73371

Mechanical Specialist – Mechanic – Job Code 71174

Structural Specialist CL2 – Painter – Job Code 73881

Temporary Positions                                                       

Temporary Equipment Operator CL1 – 2 Positions – Job Code 70037

Temporary Equipment Operator CL1 – Resource Recovery – Job Code 71814

Temporary Facilities Maintenance Worker CL1 (Custodial) – Job Code 69258

Temporary Mechanical Specialist HVAC CL2 – Job Code 66510

Temporary Structural Specialist CL2 – Locksmith: Job Code 69738

Click the following link to search all positions. Application links are included on each job description:  Employment at UMaine

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September 2022 campus update

  • The Holmes Hall ledge removal will commence Monday afternoon September 19th and is estimated to be completed September 30th.
  • The ARC is scheduled for demolition starting September 21st and the Child Center September 24th.  
  • The University has contracted Honeywell International to audit selected campus buildings, and exterior campus lighting for potential energy savings opportunities such as, high efficiency lighting retrofits & transformers, upgrades to building HVAC controls and equipment, and water reduction. Please note that exterior lighting audit work will be done after dark, outside of typical contractor working hours. 

    This auditing work will continue on campus for the next few weeks. 

The Office of Facilities Management provides a broad range of services to the University community. These include management of: capital construction projects; maintenance and operations (with a full range of trades); the central vehicle fleet and garage; the central power plant and extensive related campus infrastructure; housekeeping and custodial services for the University’s 4.5 million square feet of buildings; and recycling/resource recovery operations.  Many administrative functions support these activities, including offices responsible for financial management, health and safety, and permitting.

We are committed to a culture of sustainability and environmental responsibility. Decisions are guided by the Campus Master Plan and the University’s Climate Action Plan.

We strive to serve our customers’ needs in an efficient, friendly manner. The Office of Facilities Management and each of its divisions works continuously to streamline its processes.