To coordinate, direct, and supervise the District’s capital facilities program, including funding, planning, design, construction, operations, and maintenance of all District facilities; provide leadership and direction for the District’s pupil transportation program; and perform related duties as assigned. Major areas of responsibility include project management, long-range demographic planning, property management and development, building maintenance, grounds maintenance, custodial operations, transportation operations, emergency services, hazardous material management, develop and administer contracts, and all aspects of public works projects.
SLCUSD passed a $177 million bond in 2014. The $177 million bond addresses longstanding facility, technology and infrastructure needs throughout the District, particularly at San Luis Obispo High School and Morro Bay High School. Measure D will transform our campuses and create inspiring learning environments where our students will thrive.
Experience/Training: Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be six years of increasingly responsible experience in industrial management, building construction, maintenance work, or a related field, including supervisory and management experience. In addition, four years of college or university study in facilities, planning, architecture, engineering, or related field is preferred.
License or Certificate: Possession of a valid California driver license.
Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Knowledge of methods, practices, materials, and procedures in the operational fields of building services, grounds services, custodial services, and automotive and pupil transportation equipment; current construction costs and trends, techniques, and optional methods for project deliveries; working methods and procedures used in building trades and crafts; engineering aspects of facility maintenance, modernization, and construction, including civil, mechanical, electrical, structural, architectural, communication, and data; landscaping, plant propagation, soils, pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, and landscaping equipment; legal framework governing school construction, facilities maintenance, pupil transportation, and public contracting; and construction management, contract development, and contract administration.
Ability to provide leadership and effectively direct the work of others; lead collaborative planning and project implementation efforts; read plans and specifications and interpret them; plan and organize work in maintaining school buildings; broadly estimate costs of maintenance work, repair of damage, and costs of new installations; intelligently follow instructions; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish effective working relationships and work cooperatively with the public, department heads, administrative personnel, and fellow employees.
Additional Salary Information: All managers start on Step 1.
San Luis Coastal USD serves the communities of San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay and Los Osos and has an ADA of approximately 7,000 students, PreK-age 22. We have two comprehensive high schools, two middle schools, a continuation high school and 10 elementary schools.