College Director, Facilities Management III (El Centro)

Dallas, Dallas County
May 03, 2014
Location: El Centro
Division: Bus Office - El Centro
Position Number: 051405040
Position Type: Administrative
Exempt or Non-Exempt: Exempt
Appointment Type: Full Time
Is Grant Funded?: No
Salary: $5,043.83/monthly; B4
Work Days/Hours: Varies
Posting Number: 02932
Job Description Summary/Essential Duties:

Presidents cabinet position responsible for administering the programs of the college physical plant and satellite locations; including building maintenance and repair, remodel/renovation/retrofit, construction, grounds maintenance. LEED and sustainable policies and practices, custodian services, contracted services, receiving and capital inventory control. Provides direction for the physical plan functions of the college. Areas of emphasis include building comfort control, cleaning and repair of buildings and equipment, landscaping and maintenance of grounds, receiving incoming material and equipment and inventory control for all capital equipment. Acts as physical site manager for various satellites including office, classrooms, swimming pools, fitness facilities, etc. Develops and implements programs and schedules for preventive maintenance, equipment replacement and energy conservation. Provides leadership for project management of campus and auxiliary projects. Develops and administers annual division budget and monitors division expenses. Provides leadership for all facilities operations at new LEED campus and LEED buildings. May participate and present at state/national conferences and symposiums on planning and development of LEED certified sustainable buildings. Develops sustainability practices including reduction of water and utility use, advanced recycling of waste materials, green cleaning, organic pest control, and retrofit of existing equipment.
Coordinates planning and compliance with EPA, ADA and Corp of Engineers regulations and requirements.
Coordinates campus fleet management including dispatch , scheduling and maintenance. Develops standards for furniture and public spaces. Provides leadership for complete annual college inventory. Supports and participates in District-wide facilities audit. Conducts semi-annual campus-wide safety and energy audit. Coordinates construction, remodeling and renovation activities, street and parking lot resurfacing, etc., and ensures compliance with applicable building codes. Ensures compliance with OSHA, fire codes, city ordinances, etc. Serves as college liaison for partnerships with major outside organizations as a result of formal contractual agreements. Maintains on-site athletic playing fields and swimming pools. Maintains blueprints and specification files for all buildings, systems, and major equipment. Selects, trains, evaluates and supervises clerical staff and supervisory personnel in each area of physical plant function. Develops and maintains external partnerships in order to provide required college services. May participate in the evaluation and selection of contracted services; provides guidance and day-to-day supervision of college staff responsible for coordinating services contracted. May serve as manager of hazardous materials. Interprets regulation, develops procedures and manuals and communicates with end users. Responsible for periodic reports and audits. May participate in bid process related to disposal of hazardous waste. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Physical Demands:

Works with light, easy to handle materials requiring little physical effort.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Degreed candidates must upload copies of unofficial transcripts in to be fully considered for this position. A Journeyman license is also required if the candidate indicates it is held. The Journeyman license may be uploaded as a certificate or under the Additional Transcripts prompt.
Documents will be authenticated and verified. Remember to redact social security numbers and dates of birth from transcripts.

# of Months:
Close Date: 05/16/2014
Open Until Filled: NoMinimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree or higher in engineering or related area plus three years of physical plant administrative experience or Associate's degree or higher or Journeyman license with ten years of physical plant administrative experience or graduation from high school or equivalent plus 20 years of physical plant experience and evidence of progressively responsible positions. Ability to utilize computer technology to access and manipulate data and/or systems, maintain records, generate reports and communicate with others. Proven oral and written communication skills to interact with varying levels of DCCCD staff, students, vendors, services personnel and general public from diverse backgrounds. The ability to provide quality customer service. Official transcripts will be required. *Will be subject to a criminal background check.*