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  • Please apply using the on-line application system.  Job ID# 8364
    https://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/Employment/main.asp?titleid=administrative

    Qualifications:   The person in this position should have the following credentials:

    1. BS degree in a related field required.

    2. Prefer at minimum, 5 years’ experience in a similar position in a large school district or an applicable firm providing the service for school districts.

    3. Experience with extensive school choice programs preferred

    4. Experience with student assignment programs and processes preferred

    5. Ability to effectively communicate with multiple audiences across a broad spectrum of constituents including parents, school personnel, school communities, economic development groups, and other public entities is required.

    6. Effective written, presentation, communication and technology use skills are required.

    7. Experience in analysis and developing student projections using all sources and developing statistical models to enhance accuracy in changing economic environments is required.

    8. Experience in long range facility planning and implementation is preferred.

      Supervises:  Professional and clerical positions 

      Job Goal:  To ensure short and long-term student projection targets are valid, manage the school choice process to ensure integrity, manage student assignment changes with public/parent input within policy requirements, and provide for school facility needs through coordination and update yearly to the Long Range Facility Plan and Capital Improvement Plan.

      Performance Responsibilities:

    1. Manage and supervise all aspects of the Planning and Demographics Department to support and provide leadership support to the schools, other departments and outside entities to enhance student, parent and other agencies experiences with Greenville County Schools

    2. Manage and develop statistical models using multiple data sources for staff to project short and long-term projections always seeking the greatest accuracy possible.

    3. Analyze and determine areas to seek land for new school construction. Work with the Executive Director of Facilities to identify acceptable new school sites.

    4. Provide data and assist in developing, evaluating and implementing the district’s programs.

    5. Maintain contacts with economic entities, other governmental agencies and development personnel and companies.

    6. Manage the student assignment process.

    7. Manage the coordination and oversee the yearly update to long-term projections and the update to the Long Range Facilities Plan and Capital Improvement Program

    8. Coordinate the development of basic educational specifications for additions onto schools or new schools.

    9. Conduct the yearly computation of program capacity for each school.

    10. Provide support to schools to ensure efficient and effective instructional school space usage.

    11. Ensure quality control of student data at the schools.

    12. Oversee the handling of custody issues, residency issues, affidavits, to ensure consistency and accuracy.

    13. Communicate changing demographics of GCS students and the overall populations to the Superintendent and Leadership Team.

    14. Develop and provide reports to the Board of Trustees as directed by the Superintendent.

    15. Work closely with the Facilities Department on timing of addition and new schools coordinating assignment and program work.

    16. Maintain an active working relationship with Academics relating to school initiatives.

    17. Work toward the success of the district’s Strategic Plan and other goals to enhance student learning.

    18. Provide professional development opportunities specific to staff roles to ensure continued learning in the areas of Planning and Demographics.

       

      Terms of Employment:  Twelve months with Salary on Administrative/Supervisory Schedule, Grade C
    19. Evaluation:  Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of Board Policy


  • LPA is looking to grow our educational leadership team, if you or someone you know may be interested and uniquely qualified please visit our website below to learn more about LPA and reach out to me directly:

    Thank you!
    Kate Mraw, RID, CID, ALEP
    Associate Principal
    LPA

    kmraw@lpadesignstudios.com
    www.lpadesignstudios.com

  • SMMA has an opportunity for a Senior Mechanical Engineer with 10+ years of experience, the ability to lead a range of multiple design project types, and a good balance of leadership, technical, communication, and organizational skills.

    Our Engineering team is a part of an integrated, multidisciplinary design firm with a dynamic mix of architects and engineers. We offer a fast-paced, team-oriented, professional environment that promotes professional and creative growth.  We pride ourselves in having a culture that promotes a balanced life/work approach.

    Key Responsibilities:
    • Demonstrate strong leadership skills and the ability to inspire others towards a common goal
    • Knowledge and experience in a range of mechanical systems and applications, the ability to lead clients in technical discussions, and the ability to run and oversee multiple projects
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present technical project information to clients
    • Revit, Excel, Load calculation programs, etc.

    Requirements:
    • 10+ years of experience in building systems design and leading design projects
    • A PE is required
    • Knowledge of Revit and AutoCAD

    About the Firm
    SMMA remains one of the area’s most unique design firms due to its composition, reputation, and focus. Cambridge-based since its incorporation in 1955, the firm focuses on creating lasting relationships with strategic partners in both the public and private markets.

    The firm was founded by MIT alumni who believed that the balance of architecture, engineering, interiors, and site design afforded clients the agility of a single source of creative and technical expertise. Today, SMMA continues its dedication to a flexible integrated approach while remaining guided by a shared pursuit of design excellence and social responsibility.

    SMMA is organized into five studios of market focus: Corporate and Commercial, Federal Government, Higher Education, K-12, and Science and Technology. At SMMA, studios represent specialized communities of practice working together to foster knowledge flow around common interests. Together, the firm’s studios form a larger design ecosystem, sharing best practices and nurturing professional growth and project excellence.

    SMMA does not offer H-1B visa sponsorship for this position.

    How to Apply: https://smma.applytojob.com/apply/PKfSeNhygy/Senior-Mechanical-Engineer-10-Years-Experience

  • SMMA has an opportunity for a Mechanical Engineer with 5-9 years of experience. We are looking for someone who has the ability to lead a range of design project types and a balance of technical, communication, and organizational skills.

    Our Engineering team is part of an integrated, multidisciplinary design firm with a dynamic mix of architects and engineers. SMMA offers a fast-paced, team-oriented, professional environment that promotes professional and creative growth. We pride ourselves in having a culture that promotes a balanced life/work approach.

    Key Responsibilities:
    • Fundamental knowledge and experience in HVAC design for a range of mechanical systems and applications; ability to support technical discussions at internal or external project meetings
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills; comfortable representing the team at project meetings
    • Revit, Excel, Load calculation programs, etc.

    Requirements:
    • 5-9 years of experience in building systems design and leading design projects
    • An FE is required, and a PE is preferred
    • Knowledge of Revit and AutoCAD

    About the Firm
    SMMA remains one of the area’s most unique design firms due to its composition, reputation, and focus. Cambridge-based since its incorporation in 1955, the firm focuses on creating lasting relationships with strategic partners in both the public and private markets.

    The firm was founded by MIT alumni who believed that the balance of architecture, engineering, interiors, and site design afforded clients the agility of a single source of creative and technical expertise. Today, SMMA continues its dedication to a flexible integrated approach while remaining guided by a shared pursuit of design excellence and social responsibility.

    SMMA is organized into five studios of market focus: Corporate and Commercial, Federal Government, Higher Education, K-12, and Science and Technology. At SMMA, studios represent specialized communities of practice working together to foster knowledge flow around common interests. Together, the firm’s studios form a larger design ecosystem, sharing best practices and nurturing professional growth and project excellence.

    SMMA does not offer H-1B visa sponsorship for this position.

    How to Apply: https://smma.applytojob.com/apply/B7RQHgUtbY/Mechanical-Engineer-59-Years-Experience""

  • Overview of Position
    This position is responsible for planning and providing leadership in the provision of the departments Major Preventative Maintenance and Billable Services programs. This includes allocation of staff and resources, and evaluation of assigned programs. This position supervises and coordinates activities for assigned school maintenance and construction projects from initial planning and design to completion. This position also participates in levy package development and planning and ensures all facets are within the quality standards established by the District.

    Essential Functions

    20%
    • Supervises and coordinates activities for assigned school maintenance and construction projects from initial planning and design to completion.
    • Provides technical guidance in the following areas: mechanical, electrical, structural and building automation systems.
    • Participates in levy package development and planning; including building assessment, projects priorities, establishes budgets, and ensures all are within the quality standards established by the District.

    20%
    • Plans, coordinates, and manages the activities of staff in Facility Operations – Major Preventative Maintenance and Billable Services groups.
    • Hires staff and assigns work.
    • Establishes clear performance expectations and evaluates staff based on results.
    • Initiates changes in work plans and assignment to ensure project budgets and schedules are met.

    10%
    • Develops, implements, and directs all construction projects, assigned to department.
    • Ensures that scope of work for projects are in compliance with project requirements.
    • Oversees project work to ensure that execution is in accordance with plans, specifications, cost controls, and industry practices and safety standards.

    10%
    • Develops, monitors, and makes adjustments to assigned budget in collaboration with budget analyst.
    • Ensures adherence to proper fiscal control measures and District policies and procedures.

    10%
    • Establishes goals and objectives for Major Preventative Maintenance and Billable Services groups which is consistent with Departmental and District policies and procedures.
    • Establishes facilities priorities.
    • Monitor work orders and projects progress and performance of staff through subordinate supervisors.
    • Allocates necessary resources and implements decisions to ensure completion of goals and objectives.
    • Researches and gathers data related to best practices, procedures, and materials.
    • Sets work schedules.
    • Monitors and evaluates existing systems for modifications.
    • Calculates time statistics and prepares reports.

    10%
    • Oversees facilities condition investigations of existing mechanical, electrical, structural and building automation systems and determines whether to repair or replace components based on this information.
    • Works with building Principals, Program Manager and Capital Projects, to provide effective coordination between areas.
    • Communicates with District departments and external agencies involved with maintenance and construction.
    • Provides technical assistance to District staff for problems related to existing facility alterations and improvements.

    10%
    • Reviews performance evaluations of subordinates.
    • Provides leadership in developing staff skills through mentoring and process improvements.
    • Identifies opportunities for support staff training.
    • Ensures that industry best practices and proper safety procedures are in place.

    10%
    • Participates in the collective bargaining negotiations, including development and planning of proposals with the King County Building and Construction Trades Council and the Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters.
    • Conducts grievance hearings, makes recommendations concerning the handling of grievances and disciplinary actions, including suspension and dismissal of employees, as appropriate.

    Typical Qualifications

    EDUCATION:
    Bachelor's Degree in Business, Public Administration or related field.

    SUBSTITUTE:
    Additional qualifying work experience may substitute for the required education on year-for-year basis.

    YEARS of RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:
    Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in facility operations and building management.

    CERTIFICATION & LICENSES:
    Washington State Driver's License

    CLEARANCES:
    Criminal Justice fingerprint and background check

    Any equivalent combination of education, experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the work will be considered.

    Click here to apply for this position.

  • Senior Associate Director for Facilities and Operations
    Illini Union
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    The Illini Union at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking a talented student affairs professional to serve as the Senior Associate Director for Facilities and Operations. As the community center of the University, the Illini Union draws together all members of the University with approximately 16,000 visits of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests on a daily basis.

    The Senior Associate Director of Facilities and Operations is responsible for leading and managing all aspects of the Illini Union facilities operations, event management, hospitality services, maintenance, custodial, services, and capital project planning including direct supervision of full-time and student staff in reporting areas.

    The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit go.illinois.edu/EEO.

    Position Functions and Major Responsibilities:

    Strategic Leadership and Collaboration
    • Provide leadership and insight to the strategic direction of Illini Union Facilities and Operations. Serve as a member of the Illini Union Senior Leadership Team. Lead and serve on strategic working teams and/or projects.
    • Collaborate and develop productive relationships with a diverse set of stakeholders within and outside the department, University, and community.
    • Advocate for and represent various stakeholders within Illini Union at the University and System level for larger and more complex construction projects.
    • Encourage high morale and delivery of hospitality-focused services from reporting departments and employees through a leadership style that motivates employees to accomplish established goals and objectives in a self-motivating manner.
    • Focus on customer needs, customer satisfaction, project a positive hospitality service environment, promote, and encourage an attitude of exemplary hospitality service. Conduct regular assessment of efforts in collaboration with the Illini Union assessment coordinator.

    Budget Management and Project Management
    • Supervise the management of Facilities and Operations funds by working with the director and business affairs in planning, developing, and reviewing annual departmental budgets and assists in ongoing budget tracking with periodic reporting, identification of fiscal concerns, and development of responsible fiscal strategies as related to building and facility repairs, renovations, and maintenance.
    • Develop plans and budgets for necessary repairs and renovations of Illini Union buildings and facilities in collaboration with the director and campus Facilities and Services (where appropriate) by analyzing data from periodic facilities audits, understanding the impact of repairs and/or renovations on existing mechanical, electrical, structural, and related systems, and recommending appropriate priorities for repair and renovations.

    Leadership and Supervision
    • Provide direct supervision of the Building Operations, Facilities, and Illini Union Hotel departments of the Illini Union, including building maintenance, recycling and housekeeping, Event Services, Multi-media Services, and day/night/weekend operations. Oversee similar responsibilities for other student affairs departments/buildings as agreed upon through formal Memorandums of Understanding.
    • Stay abreast of trends, needs for technology for conferences, weddings, special events, and student programs, and ensure the Illini Union has the facilities to meet the needs of today's campus community.
    • Ensure the success of the Illini Union facilities by working with the director to develop short- and long-range goals and objectives that are consistent with and supportive of the institutional mission of the Illini Union, campus and Student Affairs. Reviews unit plans for facilities maintenance, custodial services, Hotel operations, and multimedia department and evaluates progress toward the achievement of established goals.
    • Ensure that all Illini Union facilities are maintained in a manner, which provides clean, safe, and well-maintained environments. Conducts ongoing evaluations of the conditions of all Illini Union buildings and facilities by conducting audits of the facilities to document current conditions and compliance with life safety and building codes, advise the director of the statuses and make recommendations for corrective action of unsafe, inaccessible conditions of the buildings and facilities.
    • Ensure a safe campus environment by directing the development of appropriate contingency plans that anticipate requirements for maintenance, custodial, and personnel efforts under emergency conditions and includes use of contracted services beyond the Illini Union's capabilities when appropriate.
    • Assure and maintain an environment that is physically accessible to all by being familiar with standards, regulations, and laws related to accessibility, bringing discrepancies to the attention of the director, providing recommendations for solutions and coordinating with Office of Equity and Access, Safety and Compliance, and other related departments as necessary.
    • Oversee Illini Union sustainability initiatives by working with campus Facilities and Services Sustainability coordinator, Student Sustainability Committee, and other campus sustainability organizations to advance efforts within the Illini Union's control and in the best interest of the organization and the University.
    • Maintain an environment of open communication with all customers, colleagues, and affiliates, both on- and off-campus; serve as liaison with other campus departments in the resolution of day-to-day administrative and operational issues and resolves differences constructively and tactfully while treating others with respect.
    • Cultivate a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and development of skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds.
    • Develop and administer the IU operations in accordance with all University and State regulations and policies.
    • Coordinate the development and implementation of policies and procedures for the Illini Union.
    • Serve as Illini Union senior leadership advisor to the Illini Union Board and regularly meet with the vice-president of policy to discuss new policies and procedures. Attend regular Illini Union Board Policy Committee meetings.
    • Serve as the primary Illini Union liaison/point of contact to Illini Union tenants within the Illini Union.
    • Perform other duties and additional responsibilities as assigned to help further the mission of the unit.

    Required Qualifications:
    • Master's degree education, higher education, business administration, or related field.
    • Experience with and ability to develop and manage capital project budgets, maintenance and repair budgets, and fiscal responsibility of sustainability initiatives.
    • A minimum of ten (10) years of experience in student union/center operations, management/leadership, facility or a related field.
    • Personnel management, administrative skills, and extensive leadership ability are required. Critical leadership abilities include motivational skills, collaboration, team focus, inclusiveness, and effective communication.
    • Demonstrated skills in problem-solving, decision-making and conflict resolution. Individual must demonstrate an openness to thoughts and ideas of others.
    • Ability to multi-task and simultaneously manage several complex projects.
    • Demonstrated skills in supervising a large and diverse staff, sound oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work at a high level collaboratively with a diverse group of individuals and stakeholders.

    Preferred Qualifications: Certifications within respective facilities management programs and/or services.

    Appointment Status: This is a 12-month, full-time academic professional position.

    Salary: Commensurate with experience and includes an excellent benefits package.

    Proposed Starting Date: As soon as possible.

    Application Deadline: March 26, 2020

    Application Procedures: All candidates must complete an jobs.illinois.edu prior to the application deadline for full consideration. Qualified candidates must upload a cover letter, resume, and contact information (name, address, telephone number, and email address) for three current professional references. Official transcripts will be required for all finalists. Individuals with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

    For additional information regarding the application procedures, please contact:

    Illini Union
    Human Resources and Administrative Shared Services
    Phone: 217.333.3660
    iustaffdevelopment@illinois.edu

    The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer.

    As a qualifying federal contractor, the University of Illinois System uses E-Verify to verify employment eligibility.

  • Registered Architect's Position with the School Facilities Branch of the Maryland Dept of Education – FILING DEADLINE: Friday February 7, 2020 or until the position is filled.

    TO APPLY: https://www.jobapscloud.com/MD/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=19&R2=005474&R3=0004

    Special appointment position to serve as an educational facilities specialist. Responsibilities include:
    • Providing technical assistance to local school systems on their preK-12 projects;
    • Reviewing all phases of educational programming, architectural design and documentation for major renovation and construction school projects;
    • Ensures that school facility design complies with regulations concerning site approval and program accessibility; 
    • Develops facility design guidelines; 
    • Serves as a member of the Education Section of the Interagency Commission on School Construction.

    REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: Four years as a licensed professional architect.

  • To apply, visit https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/careers/

    MCPS Official Job Description

    SUMMARY DESCRIPTION:
    Under direction, conducts a variety of analysis needed to ensure adequate space is available for educational programs and associated administrative functions. On an annual basis, calculates program capacity of schools and provides facilities data for capital improvements program and master plan publications. Facilitates planning committees and prepares space summaries for educational specifications for school construction projects. Ensures adherence to these specifications through involvement in the development of schematic plans and preliminary plans. Attends facility advisory committee meetings concerning feasibility studies and schematic design process. Participates in process for locating or relocating pre-kindergarten, special education, and alternative programs. Evaluates the need for program or space modifications at schools based on educational program requirements. Participates in school boundary processes, round table discussions, program location studies, and educational specification meetings to identify and resolve facility planning issues. Work involves coordination with school system administration at all levels including Directors of School Administration, Principals, Department and Office Directors and other MCPS and local government offices.

    CERTIFICATE LICENSE: None.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, and ABILITIES:
    Knowledge of planning principles and methods as applied in the setting of a public school system or local government. Knowledge and skill in the use of computer software programs to access and analyze data. Knowledge of the Montgomery County Public School system and its facilities desirable. Ability to conduct research and analyze data, distilling key points and discerning trends. Ability to work independently and collaboratively. Ability to present information orally, graphically, and in writing in a clear and succinct manner. Ability to work with citizens in small and large groups as well as by phone and in writing. Excellent human relations skills. Ability to acquire the knowledge and meet the seven core competencies of the Supporting Services Professional Growth System.

    EDUCATION, TRAINING, and EXPERIENCE:
    Bachelors degree required. College course work in planning, research methods, and data analysis. Two or more years experience with educational facility planning in a planning environment applying analytical skills to the interpretation of data and development of plans is required. Other combinations of applicable education, training, and experience which provide the knowledge, abilities, and skills necessary to perform effectively in the position may be considered.

    Job: Facilities / Construction

    Job Grade: 24 Optimal Qualified

    Organization: Offices

    Primary Location: Rockville

    Schedule: Full-time | 1.000 (80 hours bi-weekly)

    Working Months: 12

    Shift: Day Job

  • Go to: https://www.applitrack.com/wcpss/onlineapp/1BrowseFile.aspx?id=302798 to read the job description
    Go to: https://www.applitrack.com/wcpss/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Central+Office+Administrator-Senior+Director to apply

     Wake County Public Schools - Frontline Recruitment

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  • Lee Andrews Group is looking for an architect with experience in Program, Design Requirements and Planning for educational facilities for a Sr. Design Manager – Planning position on a school district new construction and modernization program in Los Angeles, CA.

    DUTIES:
    • Develops, coordinates and updates District’s standards and guidelines, including Educational Specifications, School Design Guide and space program templates.
    • Meets with instructional staff, school sites, and architects to define facility attributes that will support and enhance the instructional programs.
    • Develops standards and guidelines to ensure that both new and modernized facilities meet educational requirements.
    • Coordinates with School Occupancy Transition Unit (Furniture and Interiors Group) to develop furniture and equipment solutions to meet educational needs.
    • Conducts post-occupancy assessments with instructional staff to determine necessary improvements or adjustments to District Standards.
    • Reviews and supports development of project space programs that align with District standard education specifications and respond to each school’s instructional needs.
    • Review project design deliverables and provide comments regarding the appropriateness of the space planning and the physical adjacencies.
    • Coordinates with California Department of Education (CDE) requirements. Supports review and submittal for CDE plan approval. 
    • Manages, develops, and coordinates the District’s design process for the Facilities Planning and Development Division to ensure that plans are within functional program, budgetary, environmental and legal requirements.
    • Provides Architects with clear and consistent direction with regard to goals and objectives, standards, site, schedule, and budget for each project.
    • Ensures that all steps within the project are documented and that the documentation meets legal requirements.
    • Reviews design changes submitted to ensure project remains within budget.
    • Develops continuing education opportunities, i.e., seminars and workshops, to learn and share up-to-date information on working with architects and contractors.
    • Coordinates project activities with other District organizational branches and departments such as the Office of the Environmental Health and Safety, A/E Design Services, Maintenance and Operations, School Occupancy Transitional Unit, Asbestos Technical Unit and Local Districts.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.  

    REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:
    • 15 years full time paid professional experience managing the facilities design, project planning and preparation as well as the coordination of capital projects, particularly involved in the evaluation and assessment of design standards, planning and development and contract administration.
    • 5 years of this experience must be with the design, planning and construction of K-12 educational facilities.

    REQUIRED EDUCATION:
    • Graduation from a recognized college or university with a bachelor’s degree in Architecture

    PREFERRED EDUCATION:
    • Master’s degree in Architecture
    • Continuing education and training specific to educational facilities planning

    PREFERRED CERTIFICATES / DESIGNATIONS:
    • Accredited Learning Environments Planner (ALEP) designation or Recognized Educational Facility Planner (REFP) designation 

    HOW TO APPLY:
    Please e-mail a resume to opportunities@leeandrewsgroup.com

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