*Repost* Director for Capital Projects & Space Planning

first_imgRequired Qualifications Plan, direct and supervise all aspects of capital projectmanagement; coordinate and recommend plans for major and minorcapital projects submitted to the SBCTC for funding;Lead and manage the annual carpet replacement, painting andproject cleaning programs assuring timely high-quality completionon time and within budget;Meet with customers to understand their needs and objectives,work with architects and engineers to develop a plan based on thosecriteria and present that plan to the customer and Vice Presidentas a recommended path forward;Coordinate with the Director for Facilities to develop andmaintain lists and reports of facilities deficiencies and assistwith field surveys, cost estimation and reporting to SBCTC asneeded;Coordinate with other departments to maintain campus standardsdocumentation for capital projects and ensure their compliancethroughout the design and construction process;Coordinate all capital projects with the DES includingcompletion, submission and record-keeping of all pertinent files,records, paperwork, design drawings, etc. necessary to achieve highquality and timely capital projects;Coordinate and assist with the development and planning ofcampus space inventory and support the executive team regardingfacility space utilization, office moves and related space planningissues;Perform all budget planning, tracking, coding and forecastingfor all major and minor capital projects to ensure the best use ofresources and the successful completion of projects;Effectively communicate with customers for initial and ongoingproject planning items as well as facilitate coordination ofoutages and disruptions; build and support a culture ofcommunication with everyone associated with capital projects;andOther duties as assigned. DescriptionColumbia Basin College (“CBC” or the “College”) seeks a Directorfor Capital Projects & Space Planning who will be responsiblefor the overall leadership and management of the College’s capitalprojects planning and project management in cooperation with theState Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) and theDepartment of Enterprise Services (DES) staff. Additionally, theincumbent will be responsible for establishing a comprehensivespace planning program to assure effective utilization of campusfacilities consistent with the concept of quality for the intendeduse. The Director will prepare a variety of planning, spaceutilization and project reports to inform senior leadership andcampus constituencies regarding the need for facility replacement,renovation or repairs, and to support related decisions to bestposition the College’s physical assets to meet future programmaticneeds. This position actively supports and engages in CBC’s valuesfor student learning, culture of excellence, diversity, equity, andinclusion, sustainability and wellbeing. This position reports tothe Vice President for Administrative Services.This position is open until filled. Priority consideration willbe given to applicants whose complete application has been receivedby May 16, 2021 at 11:59 PM PDT.Primary Responsibilitiescenter_img Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, constructionmanagement, project management or business administration from aninstitutionally accredited college or university;Five (5) years of progressive leadership in project planning,space planning and/or capital projects management in highereducational facilities;One (1) year of supervisory experience;Experience using facilities data management systems, roomutilization systems and construction workflow management systemsuch as Bluebeam; andIn-depth knowledge of general construction standards.Preferred Qualifications:Master’s degree in engineering, architecture, constructionmanagement, project management or business administration from aninstitutionally accredited college or university;Supervisory experience specifically with capital projects,maintenance trades, or custodial operations in a higher educationsetting;Knowledge of local building codes.COMPETENCIES:Departmental Management : Ability to effectively and efficientlymanage a department including all related administrative andsupervisory functions involving personnel and budgetmanagement;Project Management : Manage projects by focusing attention on keypriorities; evaluate approaches, determine feasibility, and adjustplan as needed; develop plans, coordinate projects and teams;communicate changes and progress; complete projects on time and onbudget; perform well without direct supervision; do complex workindependently; follow tasks through to completion;Quality Management : Set clear quality requirements; measure keyoutcomes; improve processes, products and services;Leadership : Lead through influence, rather than authority, andtake ownership and accountability for the area of responsibilityand decisions made; demonstrate confidence within area of expertise– promote a cooperative work environment; ability to appropriatelyapply leadership techniques to motivate, develop and guideemployees;Conceptual Thinking : Have the ability to understand a situation orproblem by identifying patterns or connections, and addressing keyunderlying issues; use past professional or technical training andexperience, creativity, inductive reasoning, and intuitiveprocesses to find potential solutions or valuable alternatives thatmay not be obviously related or easily identified; think “outsidethe box”;Oral & Written Communication : Speak clearly and persuasivelyin positive and negative situations; listen and get clarification;respond well to questions; demonstrate group presentation skills;participate in meetings; structure and convey information clearlyand effectively through both formal and informal documents; reviewand edit written work constructively; ability to tailor to audiencein mind;Student Centered : Attention, interest, activities and efforts arecentered upon the best interest of students; create and support anenvironment that enables learners to achieve their personal,academic, and professional goals; provide courteous and helpfulresponses to all customers, whether they be students, generalpublic or employees from another department;Support for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion : Reflecting CBC’smission, vision and values, support initiatives that expand thehuman qualities that differentiate our workplace and educationalsetting. Demonstrate and advocate an understanding of differences,open mindedness, compassion, sensitivity and interest in differingviewpoints given the diverse population and show a deep commitmentto the involvement of colleagues, students and community members tostudent experience and success honoring freedom of expression asfundamental to personal, professional and organizationalgrowth;Accountability : Accountable for own actions, decisions, errors,mistakes and/or failures to act when appropriate; acceptresponsibility when given, understand what duties employee isresponsible for and can be counted upon to carry out thoseresponsibilities; andTeamwork : Demonstrate a willingness to work with, and help othersin completing job assignments, the ability to accept constructivecriticism, and to cooperate with fellow employees and supervisors;demonstrate alignment with the “Yes And” culture, (e.g., beingpresent and listening, making each other look good, embracingchange and failure and choosing positivity).TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:This is a twelve (12) month per year, full-time exempt position.The standard work hours will be Monday through Thursday 7:00 a.m.to 4:30 p.m., and Friday 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; however, workhours may vary due to work demands and some evening and weekendwork may be required. This position is overtime exempt.PROCESS NOTE:Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal recordhistory will be conducted. Information from the background checkwill not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered indetermining the applicant’s suitability and competence to performin the position.CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:In the interest of providing a healthy, safe and secure educationaland work environment, and in order to meet the requirements offederal legislation, it is the policy of Columbia Basin College tomaintain an alcohol and drug-free workplace for our employees andstudents.If you are hired, you will need to provide proof of identity anddocumentation of U.S. citizenship or appropriate authorization towork in this position as required by the Immigration Reform ControlAct of 1986.Columbia Basin College operates under an approved affirmativeaction plan and encourages applications from persons of color,women, veterans and persons of disability. The Human ResourcesOffice is accessible to those with disabilities. If you needaccommodation in application or employment, contact the HumanResources Office at (509) 542-4740.OTHER JOB ELEMENTS:The physical demands and work environment characteristics listedbelow represent those that must be met by an incumbent tosuccessfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonableaccommodations may be made to enable individuals with qualifieddisabilities to perform the essential functions.PHYSICAL DEMANDS:While performing the duties of this position, the employee isfrequently required to sit, stand, bend, kneel, stoop, communicate,reach, and manipulate objects. The position requires mobilityincluding the ability to move materials weighing up to five poundson a regular basis such as files, books, office equipment, etc.This position may occasionally require moving materials weighing upto 15 pounds. Manual dexterity and coordination are required morethan 50% of the work period while operating equipment such ascomputers, keyboards, telephones, calculators, and standard officeequipment.WORKING CONDITIONS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:Work is primarily conducted in an indoor office setting where mostof the work period occurs under usual office working conditions.The noise level is typical of most office environments wheretelephones, personal interruptions, and background noise arefrequent. Requires routine exposure to construction hazards(debris, fumes, dust), extreme temperatures, and inclement weatherwhen working outside for construction project assignments and/oremergency response.last_img read more