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Baltimore City Division Chief of Capital Projects and Energy

Position Overview
The Division Chief for Capital Projects and Energy reports to the Deputy Director of Baltimore City’s Department of General Services (DGS) and leads a team of approximately 20 employees, responsible for the daily operations of a service organization.  Management responsibilities include the development of policy, supervision of personnel, and the planning/implementation of consistent business practices throughout the Divison.  The position also involves establishing and maintaining effective work relationships with customer departments and other external stakeholders.   The scope and complexity of duties for this role will require the individual to exercise independent judgement with limited supervision.

About the Department of General Services
DGS, an agency that provides support services to other City agencies (our customers), has an annual budget of approximately $100M, and is comprised of four divisions: Administration, Fleet Management, Facilities Management, and Capital & Energy Projects Division. The Department is committed to providing healthy work environments and safe, reliable vehicles for City employees by delivering customer service to City agencies who serve Baltimore’s citizens and stakeholders.

About Capital Projects and Energy
The Capital Projects and Energy Division is a team of architects, engineers, project managers, design professionals, energy managers, contract managers and accountants. The Division is directly responsible for the capital planning, design, construction, renovation, energy acquisition and management for roughly 13M GSF of buildings space the City of Baltimore owns and operates.

The office is located at 200 N. Holliday Street, in downtown Baltimore City.

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