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  • MeTEOR Education is seeking an experienced sales professional in the Richmond, VA area. Please see below for more details and to apply, please visit our website https://meteoreducation.com/about/careers/

    JOB TITLE: Learning Environment Specialist (LES)

    DEPARTMENT: NC/VA Studio

    REPORTS TO: Managing Director 

    FLSA STATUS: Exempt

    JOB TYPE: Full-time

     

    SUMMARY OF POSITION

    At MeTEOR Education, we are passionate about assisting schools in transforming their learning experiences by aligning the pedagogy, space, and technology to impact the teaching and learning in a positive manner.  Our Learning Environment Specialists are the field representatives that develop client relationships and work alongside our project teams to deliver transformational learning environments and experiences.  Overall duties are to generate revenue at company margin in their territory through building an adequate qualified pipeline, acquiring target clients and fostering good customer relationships with the help of the MeTEOR marketing, business development, and support teams.

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    ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Develop account strategies, territory planning and administrative responsibilities to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction
    • Develop and increase sales revenue at or exceeding target margin through business development activities
    • Owns the customer relationship before, during and after the sale
    • Confidently engages high-level school, district, architectural and at times community stakeholders to gain consensus and facilitate change to current learning experiences and environments
    • Active involvement with specific trade shows and trade organizations for networking opportunities, as well as, professional development
    • Remains current on key education reform trends and initiatives and applies them to MeTEOR value propositions for the benefit of prospects and clients
    • Alert to competitive activity and development of creative methods to obtain new accounts
    • Works in concert with marketing and business development activities to build a sufficient qualified pipeline of future projects
    • Work with support teams to increase communication during the fulfillment phase of projects to ensure a high level of client satisfaction

    DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    • High School diploma or its equivalent required.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.
    • At least 3-years field sales experience with demonstrable results - experience in the K-12 education market a plus.
    • Demonstrated problem solving and negotiation skills
    • Excellent customer service skills
    • Time management skills
    • Attention to detail
    • Excellent presentation, written and oral communication skills

    This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of all activities, duties and responsibilities.


  • Brailsford & Dunlavey is seeking two dynamic senior program managers who will be based in San Jose, CA. 

    Apply Here
    Questions: Contact Ty Taylor: 415.480.4086
     
    The senior program manager assists the director in the management, supervision and execution of all engineering, design and construction required to support the bond construction program of new constructions and renovation projects for the District. This position supervises project teams who are responsible for various professional services and construction contracts. The position requires coordinator and liaison with the District Office, College departments, State agencies, consulting professional and construction firms.

    The senior program manager oversees bond funded construction projects, construction activities and related personnel in assigned location. The position works directly with campus administration and design/planning committees in regards to the District’s facility planning, construction and District’s compliance with Federal, State and local safety, and environmental regulations.

    Responsibilities
    Essential Responsibilities
    • Oversee and participate in the development of the facilities construction work plan. Assign work activities and projects. Monitor work progress. Review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures.
    • Work closely with College faculty, staff and administrators on the review, prioritization and implementation of Facility Master Plan. Ensure that project design and construction meet the needs and expectations of the educational program and services. May assist in the preparation of updates of the Facility Master Plan and District Standards.
    • Prepare the facility construction budget and assist in the budget implementation. Participate in the cost estimates and forecast of additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies.
    • Monitor construction projects, maintain and initiate schedule changes as necessary. Coordinator and review the work of architects and other contractors to assure timely completion of projects.
    • Provide support for the project timelines, bid specifications, drawings and bid packages for contracted work. Support the review of bids. Ensure that contracts and other documents are completed prior to the initiation of the project.
    • Manage and coordinate the work of the construction management consultants. Communicate with college and district constituent groups for a smooth project implementation.
    • Participate in the evaluation of potential consultants and/or contractors. Supervise personnel that work directly with architects and engineers.
    • Provide leadership in obtaining/exceeding the Board of Trustee outreach goals for participation of minority, women, and disabled veteran owned businesses.
    • Prepare of provide guidance on the preparation of the more complex/controversial contract modifications and claims. Compile and analyze materials pertaining to the changes and claims.
    • Research and prepare various reports, graphs, charts, and critical path method schedules, and forms.
    • Actively assit with the recruitment and training of new staff.
    • Participate in all appropriate B&D staff meetings and training programs.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Supervisory Responsibilities
    The senior program manager will manage a team of project staff.

    Qualifications
    Minimum Requirements
    • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in architecture, construction management, engineering, business, finance, urban planning, real estate management, or related field. 
    • Minimum of seven years of progressive experience in a related field (program management, construction, architecture or engineering services, etc.)
    • Prior experience working in a college setting is required.
    • Public construction experience.
    • Valid driver’s license for travel in the United States is required.
    • Bilingual abilities, desirable

    Competencies
    Technical Competencies
    • Excellent understanding of Microsoft Office applications including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
    • Ability to apply technological solutions to planning or implementation assignments.

    Core Competencies
    • Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
    • Ability to successfully manage multiple projects of significant scale.
    • Ability to be productive in a fast-paced, multi-dimensional work environment.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Excellent group facilitation and presentation skills.
    • Excellent organizational and project management skills.
    • Strong analytical and critical thinking abilities.
    • Strong understanding of real estate, finance and accounting principles.
    • Demonstrated commitment to client satisfaction and ethical business practices.
    • Proven adaptability, flexibility, and creativity.
    • Demonstrated ability to thrive within a team structure.
    • Aptitude and desire for mentoring and training project staff.
    • Coordinate activities of multiple professional consultants and teams.
    • Demonstrated sensitivity, knowledge and understanding of individuals from diverse academic, socioeconomic, gender, gender identity, cultural, disability and ethical backgrounds and sensitivity to and knowledge and understanding of groups historically underrepresented.

    Human Relations:
    Internal contacts include staff at all levels. External contacts include external customers and vendors.

    Brailsford & Dunlavey is an equal opportunity employer.
    Brailsford & Dunlavey participates in E-Verify.

    Work Environment, Equipment, and Physical Demands:
    [The demands marked below are representative of those that will be required to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.]

    Work Environment
    Office environment; moderate noise.
    Field environment; moderate to loud noise.
    Occasional evening or weekend work.
    Air and overnight travel may be required.

    Equipment
    Office equipment/computers 8 hours per day.

    Physical Demands
    • Sitting at desk or table up to 6 hours per day
    • Standing or walking
    • Repetitive wrist, hand, or finger movement (while operating computer equipment)
    • Eye-Hand Coordination (keyboard typing)
    • Hearing and talking
    • Extended periods of reading fine print.
    • Light to moderate bending, crouching, and stooping (filing)

  • Brailsford & Dunlavey is seeking a dynamic project manager for our Redwood City, CA location.

    APPLY HERE
    Questions? Call Ty Taylor: 415-480-4086

    Ambitious, diverse, multidisciplinary, and entrepreneurial - these are all words that describe our team. However, what ties B&D employees together is our excitement and passion for advising our clients throughout the facility development process. Whether interviewing students on a college campus, touring classrooms in an elementary school, or sitting with fans on a stadium’s opening day, we are driven by our purpose to advance communities. It starts with our own B&D community; it starts with you.

    The project manager leads a project team that will perform implementation activities for large-scale K-12 programs. Deliverables for implementation assignments may include stakeholder engagements, construction monitoring, site visits, budget management, project documentation, public approvals and permitting, A&E solicitation management, schedule monitoring, account management, and quality control.

    Responsibilities
    Essential Responsibilities
    • Supports Senior Project Manager and/or Project Executive within a large-scale program with the management of a portfolio of assignments serving as Client's "trusted advisor" focused on achievement of project goals for schedule, budget and quality, and providing critical thinking and analyses to ensure quality client advice. Takes full-management responsibility for medium to large-scale assignments of over $25MM in total project cost.
    • Directs or develops client deliverables including written reports, presentations, budgets, schedules, and program that are tailored to meet client's desired outcomes and scope requirements.
    • Coordinates and directs the day-to-day activities of assigned project staff, both internal (B&D staff) and external (JV partners, sub contractors, architects, and builders) to achieve project goals and objectives.
    • Participates in staff development, mentoring, and training of staff under project manager's direction; and provides input on annual performance reviews for those staff.
    • Directs or develops monthly client billings and ensures timely collection of receivables (if applicable).
    • Participates in business development (farming) activities; including:
      1. Serving as the client's "trusted advisor" thus focused on additional services/repeat projects;
      2. Participating in strategic planning for respective operating group, attending farming meetings, developing proposal materials, and attending interviews; and/or
      3. Presenting to students, industry groups or conferences, and developing thought-leadership materials all with an eye towards being viewed as a "visible expert" in respective industry market.
    • Under direction of Group Leader and sphere leadership, participates in advancement of quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) and training programs for the sphere, targeted at consistent review and improvement of industry-specific methodologies and practices.
    • Performs additional duties as assigned with the effort and skills required to contribute to B&D's continued growth.

    Supervisory Responsibilities
    The project manager may direct the work of analysts or other team members on a project-by-project basis.

    Qualifications
    Minimum Requirements
    • Minimum of a bachelor's degree in architecture, contruction management, economics, finance, urban planning, real estate management, or related field.
    • Minimum of five to seven years managing projects related to B&D's markets, as well as multiple projects simultaneously. Must have some experience managing large scale K-12 construction projects.
    • Valid U.S. driver's license.

    Competencies

    Technical Competencies
    Comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint).

    Core Competencies
    • Excellent team and project leadership skills.
    • Ability to work independently with minimum supervision. 
    • Ability to be productive in a fast-paced, multi-dimensional work environment. 
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills. 
    • Excellent group facilitation and presentation skills.
    • Excellent organizational and project management skills.
    • Strong analytical and critical thinking abilities. 
    • Understanding of real estate, finance, and accounting principles. 
    • Demonstrated commitment to client satisfaction and ethical business practices. 
    • Proven adaptability, flexibility, and creativity.
    • Demonstrated ability to thrive within a team structure. 
    • Aptitude and desire for mentoring and training team members.

    Human Relations
    Internal contacts include staff at all levels. External contacts include customers and vendors.

    Brailsford & Dunlavey is an equal opportunity employer.

    Brailsford & Dunlavey participates in E-Verify.

    Work Environment and Physical Demands
    Work Environment, Equipment, and Physical Demands
    [The demands marked below are representative of those that will be required to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.]

    Work Environment
    • Office environment; moderate noise.
    • Field environment; moderate to loud noise. 
    • Occasional evening or weekend work is required.
    • Air travel may be required.
    Equipment
    • Computer use for extended periods each day.
    • Other office equipment use (printers, copiers, video, etc.) routinely throughout each day.
    Physical Demands
    • Sitting at desk or table for extended periods each day; standing or walking.
    • Repetitive wrist, hand, or finger movement (while operating computer equipment).
    • Eye-hand coordination (keyboard typing).
    • Hearing and talking.
    • Extended periods of reading fine print.
    • Light to moderate bending, crouching, and stooping.


  • Recognized for excellence, Spokane Public Schools is seeking outstanding candidates for Director of Risk Management, Campus Safety and Student Transportation Programs.  This position leads and effectively manages the risk management program, campus safety and security program and student transportation services.  The Director designs and implements programs and services to identify risk exposures and to eliminate or reduce adverse conditions in efforts to control associated district liability.

    Please apply here: 

    https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/spokaneschools/jobs/2434988/director-of-risk-management-campus-safety-and-student-transportation-programs

    OPEN UNTIL FILLED:  TO GUARANTEE CONSIDERATION, YOUR APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY MAY 24, 2019
    JOB INFORMATION:      
    • HOURS PER DAY:  8
    • YEAR ROUND POSITION (260 DAYS / 12 MONTHS)
    SALARY:  Level Admin 1 on the Administrator Salary Schedule. Experience increments depend on experience in the same or similar position. Promotion or transfer placement will be determined by percentage of increase and consideration of appropriate experience credit.

    Responsibilities:
    1. Build and maintain positive, purposeful working relationships within a diverse community.
    2. Provide leadership, support and management to assigned departments and programs.
    3. Prepare annual budgets for each department including personnel costs, training, equipment, office supplies, contracted items and services; propose capital equipment and facilities improvements.  Maintain and recommend staffing and budgets for the department. 
    4. Supervise, evaluate, and schedule employees to provide for the most efficient services within the assigned programs.
    5. Maintain liaison with school personnel and contracted pupil transportation provider, local fire, police and traffic engineering agencies, and other organizations to ensure adequate support services.
    6. Maintain updated information on legislation, policies, procedures, and standards.  Attend hearings and testify as requested.
    7. Recommend, implement, and maintain district policy, procedures and regulations regarding safety, risk management, security, and transportation programs. 
    8. Problem solve and communicate with others related to issues and situations that occur.  Resolve parental concerns regarding safety, security, and pupil transportation.
    9. Serve as a member on the school district's Threat Assessment Team.
    10. Collect and analyze student and employee accident and injury data to identify trends and propose and implement preventative measures.
    11. Direct the design and implementation of approved programs and procedures for accident prevention and governmental compliance within the areas of environmental health and industrial safety.
    12. Implement and maintain comprehensive safety programs and provide professional consultation services for administrators and site managers.
    13. Direct compliance efforts in hazard identification and mitigation, and employee safety training.
    14. Create and maintain appropriate reporting and record keeping systems for assigned areas and programs.
    15. Direct the process to identify needed facility security measures and, working with the Capital Projects Department, assist in directing the completion of installation, implementation, and maintenance of integrated security and other security system throughout school district facilities.
    16. Provide training and appropriate professional development opportunities for assigned staff.
    17. Act as the school district's administrative liaison, with assistance from the supervisor of transportation, regarding all matters related to the district's contracted pupil transportation system.
    18. Ensure the timely and accurate filing of all state transportation reports.
    19. Coordinate and direct the review and evaluation of safe walking routes as well as vehicle parking and pick-up and drop-off locations for safety and signs.
    20. Review all hazardous walking assessments within the district.  Coordinate remediation efforts with city, county, and state agencies.
    21. Review insurance policies provided to the district and advise the associate superintendent, school support services of potential limitations or restrictions.  Work directly with the school district's insurance provider to implement effective risk management practices and assist the associate superintendent in processing any claims.
    22. Review school activities and events to ensure proper risk management practices.
    23. Develop and maintain district wide emergency response plan.  Oversee annual reviews and appropriate emergency response drills.
    24. Serve as a key communicator to district staff and to media for safety, risk management, security, and transportation issues.
    Qualifications:
    1. Demonstrated aptitude and ability for successful completion of the responsibilities listed.
    2. Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in the job-related field.
    3. Five years successful work experience with primary responsibility in safety and risk management in a public entity setting, with preference given to school experience.
    4. Minimum of five years supervisory experience and demonstrated successful experience working within a large and complex organization with multi-faceted stakeholders such as building leaders, supervisors/managers, labor unions, community groups, other agencies and the public.
    5. Demonstrated training in de-escalation techniques.
    6. Demonstrated training of best practices in dealing with students from trauma (ACES).
    7. Knowledge and background in Restorative Justice practices.
    8. Demonstrated experience with and knowledge of the applicable state and federal laws, regulations, and emerging practices to include current issues and trends in industrial safety, risk management, transportation, school safety and security.
    9. Demonstrated positive and effective interpersonal communication skills.  Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in a variety of settings. 
    10. Relate positively to youth and adults of varying socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds.
    11. Required use of personal vehicle.  Valid State of Washington driver's license with district approved driving record.
    Additional Information:

    Spokane Public Schools complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, marital status, race, color, creed, national origin, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability, sexual orientation including gender expression or gender identity, or honorably discharged veteran or military status. This holds true for all students who are interested in participating in educational programs and/or extracurricular school activities, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the school district's Title IX/Staff Civil Rights Officer, ADA Officer, Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying (HIB)/Student Civil Rights Officer and/or 504 Compliance Officer. Officers: *Title IX/Staff Civil Rights Officer, Ramon Alvarez, (509) 354-7344 * Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying (HIB)/Student Civil Rights Officer, Jodi Harmon, (509) 354-7306 *504 Compliance Officer, Jodi Harmon, (509) 354-7306 * ADA Officer, Ramon Alvarez, (509) 354-7344 * Affirmative Action Officer, Ramon Alvarez, (509) 354-7344 * Equal Opportunity Officer, Ramon Alvarez, (509) 354-7344 * 200 N. Bernard Street, Spokane, WA 99201-0206. 

    For the 2019-20 school year, the terms of employment include:

    • The annual base salary range is $95,707 - $114,279 depending on experience and earned degrees. The salary range is subject to change by the School Board of Directors.
    • Currently a twelve-month, 260-day work year inclusive of paid holidays and 28 paid vacation days.
    • In addition, the position receives a monthly supplemental payment, has the option of participating in a compensated performance goal program, and the option of working additional compensated days outside of the normal contract workdays.
    • The School District offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurances. Additional voluntary benefits are also available. Employees are enrolled the Washington Department of Retirement Systems.
    • Terms of employment for the 2019-2020 contract year, commencing on July 1, 2019, are subject to change as provided by the school district's Board of Directors.
    • A fingerprint background check is required for all perspective employees prior to start date. A processing fee is payable by payroll deduction.


     

  • A Seattle based flooring distributor is hiring for a Sales Consultant to join their Education and Healthcare sales team. This position provides customers with on-site specification consultation, delivers high level, professional presentations, and provides system specifications and project coordination to best achieve the required sales objectives. Focusing on customer needs and solution based selling, this position will create demand for a full suite of flooring solutions from subfloor to finished product. Work in a collaborative team environment with other sales consultants and designers to provide customers with the best possible flooring solutions.

    For additional information, please contact Jenine Behnken, Recruiter, at summitrecruitingllc@gmail.com or call 425.736.9612.

  • Chesapeake Public Schools
    Apply online at www.cpschools.com

    CONSTRUCTION MANAGER

    GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND CONDITIONS OF WORK:

    Performs complex professional work enforcing standards for construction and alteration of school facilities; serves as Project Manager overseeing and managing school construction projects; does related work as required.  Work is performed under general supervision.  Supervision is exercised over assigned personnel.

    This is light work requiring the exertion of up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects; work requires climbing, reaching, standing, and walking; vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word, and conveying detailed or important instructions to others accurately, loudly, or quickly; hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels, and to receive detailed information through oral communications and/or to make find distinctions in sound; visual acuity is required for preparing and analyzing written or computer data, visual inspection involving small defects and/or small parts, determining the accuracy and thoroughness of work, and observing general surroundings and activities; the worker is subject to inside and outside environmental conditions, hazards, and atmospheric conditions.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/TYPICAL TASKS:

    Monitors the construction of school projects; enforcing standards; providing technical information and advice; maintaining records and files; preparing reports;

    Prepares cost estimates as needed;

    Assists New Construction and Planning staff in the school planning process;

    Prepares and assists with the preparation of RFP’s; evaluates responses and helps select consultants and contractors;

    Attends meetings, bid opening and conferences regarding construction projects;

    Reviews design and construction documents for conformance with recognized standards;

    Resolves all on-site project specific issues in conjunction with New Construction team and general contractor;

    Provides regular project updates on construction projects to New Construction and Operations staff;

    Ensures projects remain within budget;

    Monitors changes in construction methods;

    Communicates CPS goals regarding construction project to general contractor;

    Proficient in understanding/reviewing building plans and specifications;

    Provides direction to CPS construction inspector;

    Evaluates progress payment requests from the general contractor in conjunction with staff and architect;

    Inspects proposed sites and schools under construction or undergoing alteration to enforce applicable standards, ensuring conformance with structural, engineering, design and contractual requirements;

    Visits project sites to check progress resolve conflicts and problems;

    Discusses methods of design and construction with architects, contractors, inspectors, code enforcement officials and school staff;

    Ensures other agencies are notified of needs;

    Reviews documents for owner-furnished items and coordinates with the acquisition of items;

    Gathers and compiles data for furnishing and equipment needs; assists with furnishing and equipment layouts; and

    Performs related tasks as required.

     

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

    Working knowledge of the theories, principles and practices of architectural design, structural design, plumbing, mechanical and electrical systems, and civil engineering as applied to the development and construction of school projects; Serve as the Project Manager on projects and to make comprehensive recommendations on problems; Ability to draft, review, interpret and critique project plans and specifications; Ability to work as a team member on multiple highly complex K-12 construction and major maintenance projects; Ability to plan projects and direct the work of subordinates; Ability to calculate complex cost estimates and prepare technical reports; Ability to compose, organize, and maintain complete electronic files for assigned projects; Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, contractors and the general public; Ability to communicate complex ideas effectively, both orally and in writing.

     

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    Any combinations of experience and/or education equivalent to extensive experience in the construction/renovation of complex educational facilities, including K-12 facilities, and/or graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in construction administration.

     

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

    Possession of or ability to acquire appropriate license(s), certificate(s), and/or endorsements(s) for positions as required by the Commonwealth of Virginia and School Board.

     

    This is an EXEMPT position.

     

    Contact Information:

     

    Christina Castleton

    757-547-0001

    Tina.Castleton@cpschools.com  

                  

     

    Application Procedure:

     

    Your application will remain active for one calendar year in which you apply. You may update your profile by logging back into the online application system.  Include any changes in address or telephone number.  

     

    Thank you for your interest in Chesapeake Public Schools.  We look forward to receiving your application.   

     


  • The Capital Project Manager supervises and coordinates activities for assigned school construction projects from initial planning and design though construction with the goal of producing high quality learning environments for Seattle Public School students and staff. Provides timely decision -making, communication, and technical guidance in one or more of the following areas: architecture, building construction management or engineering. Possesses excellent interpersonal skills with strong customer focus. Salary: $82,409 - $111,321 annually.  Job# 15860, posted on Seattleschools.org website under "Jobs".

  • POSITION PURPOSE:
    Represents the interests of Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) in all aspects of program planning, design, reviews and management of the design process for all new construction and renovation/addition projects to meet the needs of the curriculum, WCPSS, and Wake County.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
    • Extensive knowledge and expertise in facility design, preferably related to educational facilities;
    • Extensive knowledge of personal computers, including proficiency in spreadsheets, database, project management software, and building automation software;
    • Excellent customer service skills;
    • Critical thinking and problem solving skills;
    • Effective oral and written communication skills;
    • Ability to present information to large and small groups;
    • Ability to complete complex tasks and minimize errors with attention to detail;
    • Ability to read, interpret and review architectural drawings;
    • Ability to work well within a team environment, and facilitate and negotiate with a project team;
    • Ability to accurately read, interpret and comply with WCPSS and departmental procedures;
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school system staff, students, parents, external agencies, and the community.

    EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE
    • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in architecture, facility planning, or related field;
    • Five years of experience in educational facility design or related field;
    • Experience in presenting information to small and large audiences;
    • Other combinations of applicable education, training, and work experience which provide the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform effectively in this position may be considered.

    CERTIFICATION AND LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
    • Must hold and maintain a valid motor vehicle operator’s license according to the State of NC requirements.

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
    • May require emergency response availability;
    • Travel required to construction sites on frequent and unscheduled basis.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Experience with planning large capital improvement projects;
    • Experience with K-12 school planning and design;
    • Hold certification as an architect by American Institute of Architects (AIA) or National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB).

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Prepares project instructions for building projects that provide clear design instructions (e.g. space standards, educational specifications) to design consultants and the project team.
    2. Performs work associated with management of the planning and design phase in all new construction and renovation projects to meet the needs of the curriculum.
    3. Coordinates projects from the programming stage through design; completes final walk-through/punch list with the project team.
    4. Conducts project and design reviews to ensure all elements/systems are compatible and that building/project program and design criteria are adequate.
    5. Serves as a liaison and coordinates input from educational specialists, school system staff, and community stakeholders, regarding specific renovation and new construction projects.
    6. Develops, reviews, and maintains educational specifications, through research, analysis and consultation with educational specialists and WCPSS departments, for specific curriculum and programmed areas.
    7. Reviews projects at each design phase, which includes programming, pre-design project analysis, design narrative, schematic design, design development, and construction documents, to ensure compliance with educational specifications and design guidelines.
    8. Coordinates with consultants to develop the master plan for campuses which includes assistance in evaluating sites, buildings and building systems with emphasis on ability to accommodate the educational program.
    9. Consults with municipalities, governmental, and community-based representatives to identify and evaluate options for facilities.
    10. Conducts presentations to communicate information regarding specific renovation/new construction projects, as well as long-range planning for future building programs to school system staff, parent teacher association groups, government agencies, community groups, and other stakeholders.
    11. Participates in reviews of policies affecting the planning, design and construction of programs/projects and recommends new/refined policies/programs.
    12. Performs post-occupancy evaluations to assess the functional performance of existing facilities.
    13. Works in cooperation with senior project managers and the project team to keep projects on time, on budget, and on program.
    14. Reviews for accuracy and consistency all documents for publication, including specification documents and as-built documentation.
    15. Utilizes the computerized management system(s) within WCPSS to effectively manage work and track performance.
    16. Performs other related duties as assigned.

    CONTACT
    Jason Kennedy, jkennedy3@wcpss.net
    Careers Page: www.wcpss.net/careers

  • RI Department of Elementary & Secondary Education
    RI Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, Office of Human Resources
    Providence, Rhode Island
    • Job ID: 3066087
    • Application Deadline: March 28, 2019
    • Posted: March 15, 2019
    • Starting Date: July 1, 2019

    Job Description
    The Rhode Island Department of Education/School Building Authority is seeking an experienced professional in architecture, engineering or related field who’s ready to take on a role that will have an impact on how we set Rhode Island children up for success. This position will be dedicated to supporting the effective planning, management and financial sustainability of school construction projects across the state to improve learning environments for students. The Assistant School Construction Coordinator/Architectural Design Reviewer will support the school construction program, including the administration of applications for school construction and design reviews for compliance with school construction regulations. This position will work with schools to ensure that quality standards, including education facilities master planning, are implemented. In addition, the individual will work with stakeholders including other state agencies to establish effective school construction policies and programs. This is a five year appointment with the option for extension pending funding.

    GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Responsible for developing compliance protocols and guidelines, assisting with the review of project proposals, including the Necessity for Construction applications, design documents, construction reports, asset protection plans, capital plans and energy use data and preparing reports for technical completeness and compliance with regulations. In addition, assist with the housing aid processing and verification, the management of housing aid databases, and developing request for proposals, processing work orders and monitoring projects for state-owned schools.

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the supervision of a manager with wide latitude to exercise independent judgment. Work is subject to review on a periodic basis or upon completion for results achieved and for adherence to professional standards of conduct.

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED: May work as part of teams and in collaboration with others with latitude for the exercise of independent judgment to achieve results.

    ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    • Assist with the development, coordination and administration of the necessity of school construction processes as defined in the school construction regulations.
    • Responsible for the development, coordination and administration of School Building Authority school construction pre-qualification process in accordance with RIDE’s regulations and applicable state laws.
    • Coordinates the compliance of school construction regulations, including, but not limited to, adherence to high performance schools protocol, space and cost allowances, and site standards.
    • Implements outreach to school districts and charter schools regarding the School Building Authority and Necessity of School
    • Construction application requirements.
    • Responsible for the coordination and administration of the School Building Authority assessment of school buildings.
    • Prepares and monitors the Department’s annual capital budget for the state-owned schools, and develops request for proposals for projects, process work orders and invoices and oversee selected vendors.
    • Assist with the review and analysis of school construction applications and reporting requirements for compliance.
    • Perform related work as assigned.

    • Position Type: Full-time
    • Positions Available: 1
    • Salary: $ 75,065 to $ 97,582 Per Year
    • Job Categories: State-level Positions > Coordinator State-level Positions > Specialist

    Welcome to RI Department of Elementary & Secondary Education!
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    Equal Opportunity Employer
    RI Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, Office of Human Resources is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

    Job Requirements
    • KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
      Knowledge of principles, practices, and methods of architectural engineering design to school construction and modification, including those related to high performance schools.
      Knowledge of elementary and secondary education systems, school construction, preferred.
      Knowledge of energy efficient and green building technology and designs, such as indoor air quality and alternate energy systems.
      Knowledge of federal, state and local mandates, regulations and guidelines and the ability to apply such knowledge
      Knowledge in data base creation and in the use of computer programs for designing and drafting (CADD).
      Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing and to work with minimal guidance and supervision.
      Ability to work independently or as part of a team.

      EDUCATION: Possession of a degree in architecture, engineering or a related field of study. Advanced degree preferred.

      EXPERIENCE: Such as may have been gained through: considerable employment in a responsible position(s) where the duties included supervision, reviewing architectural engineering designs, construction documents, and cost estimates for various types of building design projects. Experience with the following is preferred:
      10-15 years experience in school construction, facilities maintenance management, or related building sector fields
      Extensive experience with Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) tracking protocols and/or The US Green Building Council Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED).
      OR: Any combination of education and experience that shall be substantially equivalent to the above education and experience.

    • Must have own transportation and be available evenings and occasionally on weekends.
    • Reasonable accommodation can be made for qualified individuals with a disability.
    • At least 10 years of relevant experience preferred
    • Master degree preferred
    • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

    Application Questions
    This employer has requested that ALL applicants answer the following questions. It IS highly recommended that you type ANY essays IN a word processing program, save them, AND THEN paste them ON the proceeding job application page.

    1. Prove a brief overview of your experience with any of the following tasks:
      • Ensure architectural and engineering integrity in design reviews of school construction proposals.
      • Update state assessment data on school facilities.
      • Monitor education facilities master planning.
      • Provide technical assistant to schools through the necessity for school construction process
      Long Essay (Answer limited TO 4000 characters, including spaces)

    Contact Information
    Mariette Collins, Human Resource Program Coordinator
    255 Westminster Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02903
    Phone: 401.222.4600
    Email: click here

  • Exec. Dir.Facilities(Job Id 6211)
    Location: US:SC:Taylors Post Date: 02/28/2019
    Category: Admin Position Category Close Date: 03/25/2019
    Employment Type: Employee
    Salary: 124,672-169,121 USD

    Description: Our Human Resources Team at the Greenville County School District is dedicated to advancing student achievement by recruiting and employing the highest qualified staff for our schools and to serve those with whom we work.

    Job Title: Executive Director of Facilities

    Qualifications: The person in this position should have the following credentials:
    1. BS degree in construction science or related field preferred;
    2. Multiple years experience in commercial construction supervision; experience with school construction projects preferred;
    3. Experience with projects completed on time and within budget;
    4. Ability to effectively communicate the progress of construction projects to the Board of Trustees and District Staff;
    5. Experience managing multi million dollar annual construction budget and a multi-year Long Range Construction Plan;
    6. Must be a strong and cooperative team member leading the department to be positive and supportive of the school system.
    7. Must reside within 20 miles drive to District Office in normal traffic conditions

    Reports To: Associate Superintendent for Operations

    Supervises: Coordinator of Building Services, Coordinator of Preventive Maintenance, Coordinator of Grounds & Athletic Fields, Coordinator of Maintenance, Director of Facilities Planning, Director of Energy Management, and Director of Mechanical Projects

    Job Goal: To ensure that all new and existing educational facilities are constructed and maintained in a manner consistent with the highest standards of efficiency, safety, economy and quality.

    Performance Responsibilities:
    1. Manage and supervise all aspects of construction and renovation projects from design through completion in accord with the Long-Range Facilities and Capital Improvement Plan;
    2. Assist in the development, annual revision, and implementation of the District’s Long-Range Facilities and Capital Improvement Plan including site selection and acquisition;
    3. Provide monthly reports to District staff and Board of Trustees regarding construction and renovation projects;
    4. Assist in the development of educational specifications for facilities;
    5. Coordinate the District’s real estate transactions;
    6. Assist in planning for new construction by participating in pre-construction planning conferences;
    7. Coordinate and supervise required inspections and related engineering programs with public agencies;
    8. Visit all construction projects at frequent intervals to assure that plans, specifications, codes and regulations are being observed and followed;
    9. Ensure employees are informed of and held accountable to all pertinent administrative policies and procedures;
    10. Supervise a quality-control program for materials used in new construction;
    11. Review and approve for payment bills submitted by building contractors, testing laboratories, consulting engineers and surveying firms;
    12. Receive and maintain insurance policies secured by contractors and verify appropriate coverage for public liability, property damage, fire and workmen’s compensation;
    13. Investigate reports of faulty workmanship or materials in new construction and take appropriate action under the terms of the guarantee;
    14. Maintain liaison with the State Department of Education Office of School Facilities Planning and other governmental agencies having jurisdiction over, or providing services to, school buildings;
    15. Maintain a close and harmonious relationship with other county units such as the Greenville County Planning Commission, the State Department of Highways, and the Parks and Recreation Commission;
    16. Make recommendations on time-extension requests and assessment of liquidated damages;
    17. Responsible for controlling project schedule and cost through the efficient use of all construction resources including manpower, materials, tools and equipment;
    18. Establish and direct a preventive maintenance program, review work schedules and costs data, set priorities and expedite operation of the department;
    19. Investigate street utility improvements adjoining school property;
    20. Responsible for execution of field construction in conformance with project drawings, specifications, schedules, cost estimates, procedures, quality requirements and safety standards;
    21. Assist in bid and award of architecture and engineering and construction firms to ensure that successful bidders are able to perform work to meet District criteria;
    22. Work cooperatively with the Executive Director of Finance to ensure appropriate bond sales and cash flow;
    23. Ensure efficient coordination between construction/renovation projects and maintenance of the plant;
    24. Work cooperatively across departments to revise and maintain Education Specifications for construction projects;
    25. Supervise the maintenance and cleaning of all district facilities and grounds;
    26. Ensure rapid and efficient 24 x 7 x 365 response to maintenance emergencies to prevent or minimize any disruption to the instructional program;
    27. Develop and oversee appropriate training programs for all facilities, maintenance and building services employees;
    28. Perform all other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    Terms of Employment: Twelve months with salary in Group AB

    Evaluation: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s Policy.

    Greenville County Schools does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, color, disability, religion, or national origin in its dealings with employees, students, the general public, applicants for employment, educational programs, activities, or access to its facilities.


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