Under the direction of the Vice President of Administrative Services, the Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction is responsible for all areas related to the improvement, renovation, modernization, repair, maintenance, replacement and construction of District facilities.
The Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction shall serve as liaison between the District, outside agencies and consultants; conduct a variety of analytical studies and prepare reports and presentations; manage and oversee contracts, maintain project schedules, adhere to budgets for capital outlay, local bond projects, space inventory, scheduled maintenance, special repair and campus departmental projects; may supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel as deemed necessary.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
• Manage and collaborate with district users and external design consultants to define
scopes of work, translate the information into complete plans and specifications from
project inception through bidding and provide construction administration.
• Planning and programming efforts include identifying scopes of work, managing the
design process and costs, monitor and maintain assigned project time schedules,
compliance with budget, Public Contract Code and campus standards and guidelines,
soliciting bids, closeout and Division of State Architect certification.
• Obtains all required plan reviews prior to bidding (e.g. State Fire Marshal, Division of the
State Architect, plan check agencies for life safety and code compliance).
• Coordinates the implementation of the construction activities related to the district wide
local bond program.
• Provides quality assurance reviews of project documents to minimize potential change
orders during construction and initiates revisions to design packages when necessary.
• Ensures projects are in conformance with applicable building codes and campus
design standards; incorporates State and campus standards and allowances into
• Solicits fee proposals and initiates contracts for required design activities. Manages,
schedules and tracks consultant contracts from project inception through construction
bid and award associated with approved projects.
• Interfaces with contractors or other professional consultants to resolve disputes through
proper communication, negotiation and contract conformance review.
• Works and collaborates diligently with the district consultants such as, but not limited
to, architects, engineers, construction manager, inspection services and environmental
• Develops programmatic solutions to support projects and requisite funding.
• Manages other facilitates?related projects such as, but not limited to, hazardous
materials approval, construction, scheduled and deferred maintenance, and annual
• Submits annual plans to the California Community College Chancellor's Office and
other agencies as necessary including space inventories, initial project proposals, final
project proposals, and the 5-year facilities master plan.
• Manage, supervise and evaluate assigned personnel; and participate in the selection
process of personnel in the department.
• Works collaboratively with the District to address necessary needs for energy
conservation, environmental health, and safety programs.
• Anticipates, prevents and resolves difficult and sensitive inquiries, conflicts and
• Assume additional managerial duties as appropriate to the position; performs other
related duties as assigned.
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EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• Education equivalent to a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Architecture,
Construction Management, or Business, or closely related field, from an accredited
college or university.
• Five (5) years of progressively responsible and extensive experience in the area of
facilities planning, construction and maintenance.
• California registered Architect or Engineer; Certified Construction Manager (CCM)
• Experience in the California Community College facilities planning, construction
management and capital improvement or facilitates bond?financing experience.
• Possession of a valid California driver's license.
IMPORTANT: To be considered for the position applying for, applicants must submit the required items by the deadline, which include: online IVC application, current resume, and ALL unofficial transcripts (transcripts must show degree was awarded or conferred with a completion date). All attachments will be uploaded into the online application. Applications which do not include all of the required materials will not be forwarded to the screening committee for consideration. Materials submitted become property of the District and will not be returned, copied, or considered for other openings.
Initial salary placement is normally at Range 8 step 1. Initial placement may be negotiated at a higher step depending on experience and education. Please click here to review current salary schedule.EEO Information
Imperial Valley College is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, age, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, or covered veteran status.
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