SUMMER CAMPUS

This website provides 'one-stop shopping' for our customers to initiate a service, get current information about a project or building, or retrieve reference information. It is also designed to introduce you to the departments within Facilities and Campus Services. FCS is an administrative support division that includes the the Office of the University Architect, Contract Colleges Facilities, Energy and Sustainability, Facilities Management, Transportation and Delivery Services, Engineering and Project Management, Finance and Administration, and Cornell Real Estate. The Cornell University campus is widely admired as one of the world’s most beautiful academic settings. We serve Cornell through the planning, design, construction, operation and ongoing maintenance of University facilities. Additionally, we are proud to acknowledge the numerous accomplishments and successes of our staff as we partner with the broader university community in carrying out our mission.

Facilities and Campus Services vision:
Accelerate the transformation of Cornell University into a world recognized model of excellence, innovation, and sustainability.

 

The FCS Diversity Committee (FCSDC) works to develop strategies to raise diversity awareness and support a culture of acceptance and inclusiveness within IPP.

Our Direction - Our diversity committee is directed by the guidelines laid out in the campus document Toward New Destinations (TND) – Institutional Diversity Planning created by the University Diversity Council. Under this charter, Colleges and units have been challenged to promote a working culture of inclusion and embrace the elements of diversity within the workplace.

This year the FCSDC will be focusing on the following three initiatives:

1.    Identify specific underrepresented job titles to develop and implement outreach plans with the intent to increase diversity of applicant pools.  

2.    Develop a diversity and inclusiveness training program that covers topics that are both relevant to our current culture, and are based on direct feedback from FCS staff.

3.    Explore opportunities within the surrounding counties and communities to promote Cornell careers within FCS and solicit Cornell FCS Staff volunteers who can engage with potential diverse candidates.

The FCSDC is excited to hear your ideas! If you would like to learn more about each of these initiatives, or be involved as they are implemented, please reach out to one of our committee members.

Click here for more information.

 

Cornell University is a living laboratory for sustainability -a place where sustainability solutions are developed, studied, implemented, and evaluated. By blurring the boundaries among classroom, lab, and campus, we are accelerating progress on exciting opportunities in the pursuit of a sustainable future in our buildings, food, energy, transportation, and more.
We are committed to reaching Carbon Neutrality by 2035 and creating an innovative, world-class campus that demonstrates and advances sustainability solutions.

Go to Cornell Sustainable Campus for all your sustainability resource needs

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Nominate a Staff sustainability champion

    Careers

    Facilities and Campus Services career possibilities include: project managers, carpenters, sheet metal workers, laborers, custodians, grounds workers, electricians, plumbers, utility workers, construction managers, maintenance planners, real estate professionals, transportation representatives, motor coach operators, painters to name just a few!

    Cornell offers generous benefits from health insurance, flexible spending accounts (select benefits) and retirement plans to medical leaves and educational benefits to eligible faculty and staff.
     

    For other job openings within FCS and Cornell , click here.

    For information about the types of jobs available within FCS, click here.

    Announcements:
    • October 17, 2018

      Cornell has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Center for Resource Solutions for its efforts to advance access, education, and public interest and engagement in renewable energy resources, especially in low-income communities.

      The award recognized the more than 30 Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County (CCETC) educational programs advancing statewide renewable energy adoption. These programs help residents transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy and reduce overall energy use through outreach and education about solar, wood heating, energy efficiency upgrades, heat pumps and behavior change.

      Highlights include:

      • Community engagement support for SolarTompkins and HeartSmartTompkins to engage residents in all 10 major municipalities in the county with solar and heat-pump campaigns;
      • Support for 25 municipal partners through ...