Another Source’s client,?California State University, Stanislaus, is recruiting a Senior Director of Capital Planning to join their Capital Planning and Facilities Management team.
Here’s a little about?California State University, Stanislaus?and the position they are recruiting for:??
Stanislaus State serves a diverse student body of more than?10,000?and enjoys an?ideal location in the heart of California’s Central Valley, a short distance from the San Francisco Bay Area, Monterey, Big Sur, and the Sierra Nevada. The campus is located in the City of Turlock, a community that prides itself on its small-town atmosphere, clean living space, excellent schools and low crime rate. The campus itself is a beautiful, park-like setting, shaded by hundreds of trees and graced by ponds, trickling streams and waterfalls. The picturesque campus offers moments of peace and relaxation to busy students, faculty, and staff.?
Stanislaus State is part of the California State University, a 23-campus system?across California. With more than 400,000 students, it is the largest, the most diverse, and one of the most affordable university systems in the country.?
The CSU offers a premium benefit package that includes, but is not limited to, outstanding vacation, health, dental, and vision plans; a fee waiver education program; membership in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS); and 14 paid holidays a year.?
Is this Job for Me?
Under the general direction of the Associate Vice President of Capital Planning and Facilities Management, the Sr. Director of Planning, Design & Sustainability is responsible for administration of capital planning, design and sustainability programs for the campus. The incumbent is responsible for capital planning for state and non-state projects and programs; performs a variety of duties and activities related to the physical planning, reporting, tracking, budgeting, cost estimating, sustainability and design of capital projects as related to University activities. The position serves as the principal advisor to the AVPCPFM on campus master planning, sustainability and design projects. Coordinate and oversee the design professional selection process for capital projects of all sizes. Assists professional staff in negotiating and administering consultant agreements with architects and other design professionals, monitoring consultant’ performance and determining appropriate resolution of complex contract problems. Develop programmatic plans for use by architectural and engineering affiliations for new and renovation/remodel projects with cost estimates. Develops strategies to build and foster productive working relationships with the architectural community that provide services to the campus. Oversee development and maintenance of campus design guidelines and specification standards, including campus and CSU system-wide sustainable design standards. The SDPDS directs, creates, analyzes and maintains databases as necessary to ensure that physical planning is based upon University long and short-range goals, priorities and that needs are achieved. The position prepares and maintains a variety of narrative and statistical reports, records and files related to capital and department operational activities. The position communicates with administrators, University personnel, consultants, Chancellor's Office staff and other appropriate organizations to coordinate activities and programs, resolve issues and conflicts and exchanges of information. Directs and maintains the campus Space and Facilities Database program. The SDPDS is the primary position responsible for the development of projects for the Multi-Year Capital Outlay Program submitted annually to the Chancellor’s Office along with project financial plans, as required. The Sr. Director is fully responsible for administering allocations for deferred maintenance, minor capital outlay, major capital outlay, third party financing, grants relative to construction dollars in excess of $200 million. Provides fiscal accountability and support for allocation and usage of construction dollars as recommended by the AVPCPFM. Works with the University Controller, University Budget Director, Chancellor’s Office Capital Planning, Design and Construction, and Budget Planning regarding all special allocated resources related to projects. The SDPDS is responsible for directing the campus sustainability program. This position assists the VP of Business and Finance in overseeing the Campus Council for Sustainable Futures and directs the work of the Sustainability Coordinator. The position directs the work involved in adhering to the AASHE Stars Program reporting. The position is responsible for establishing and implementing campus priorities to move California State University Stanislaus and its community towards a more sustainable future. The position fosters widespread student, staff, and faculty engagement in sustainability initiatives and scholarly activities. The position oversees the Energy Manager in the management of the university’s energy program to procure utility services, monitor costs/usage, and implement projects and strategies to improve the effectiveness of campus energy use and utility consumption.
What Will Make You Successful?
Professionally accredited bachelor’s degree in architecture or other relevant field.
Eight (8) years of experience in architecture or planning at an institute of higher education or related environment; with at least four (4) years in a management/supervisory role.
Eight (8) years of progressively responsible professional and administrative experience involving public facilities planning, design, and sustainability is highly desirable.
Architecture license in California or architecture license and registration in one of the 55 U.S. jurisdictions with a NCARB Certificate.
Thorough understanding of planning and design procedures and policies in the California State University system
Comprehensive knowledge of, and significant experience with, construction procurement and delivery.
Experience researching and preparing technically complex executive level documents, position papers, reports, proposals, and presentations on a variety of strategic topics.
Familiarity with facilities management software.
Additional degree or advanced certification in building construction, architecture, sustainability, business, management, or a related field.
Relevant professional credential or registration.
Thorough knowledge of the methods, practice and procedures of a facilities environment, with understanding of planning, sustainability and design; central office perspective of administrative and capital project policies and practice as related to educational or public institutions.
Experience working in a collective bargaining environment.
Comprehensive knowledge of, and significant experience with, all phases of planning and design.
Demonstrated commitment to accessibility and inclusion. Knowledge of accessibility issues and planning mechanisms specific to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and Universal Design Principles.
Demonstrated patience, reliability, composure, and stability under pressure as well as a strong personal ethics commitment.
Exceptional communication skills, interpersonal skills, diplomacy, and the ability to work collaboratively and build trusted relationships with diverse internal and external constituencies.
Must have strong problem solving and conflict resolution skills to manage complex tasks and/or those that require the balance of competing interests.
Extensive leadership and team-building skills with a demonstrated ability to work independently and with minimal supervision, while also exhibiting consistent professional judgement, excellent organizational, and delegation skills.
Champion of a responsive staff that embraces a culture of continuous improvement, self-assessment, and accountability.
Demonstrated commitment to data-driven decision making and the use of key performance indicators in the execution of responsibilities.
Knowledge of: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP System); university master planning principles; strategic enrollment management planning; continuity planning; public contract law; green building and sustainable operations; bargaining unit contracts; principles of supervision and training; principles and practices of safety management; office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as AutoCad and MS Office Suite; pertinent local, state and federal laws, ordinances and rules, particularly those related to the Office of State Fire Marshal.
Create, manage and maintain complex, analytical spreadsheets Interpret contracts.
Use good judgment in the scope of assigned authority; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Effectively analyze situations and develop effective course of action.
Establish and maintain effective relations with campus community, Chancellor’s Office personnel, architects and consultants.
Prioritize competing demands and provide deliverables on time and within budget.
Interpret and explain pertinent department policies and procedures.
Demonstrate excellent management, interpersonal and organizational skills.
Demonstrate tact and diplomacy with student, faculty and staff and the extended community.
Manage, train and evaluate assigned staff.
Communicate clearly and concisely in English, both orally and in writing.
Establish, foster and promote a positive, cohesive work environment.
Work independently with little management oversight
What’s in it For You?
Education Benefits:The CSU Stanislaus Employee Fee Waiver Program allows eligible staff or their eligible dependents to attend courses at any CSU for reduced rates at a maximum of two courses or six units per term, whichever is greater. Balancing Work/Life: One of the big WOW's is that this position accrues 16 hours of vacation per month. That's 5 weeks of vacation per year in addition to the 13 paid holidays and 8 hours accrued per month of sick leave. PERS Retirement System: https://www.calstate.edu/csu-retirees/retirement-benefits
The University is fully committed to creating a culture of diversity and inclusion – one in which every person in the University community feels safe to express their views without fear of reprisal. California State University, Stanislaus is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, color, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, covered veteran status, or any other protected status.?
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