Hacienda La Puente Unified School District is currently accepting online applications for DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES.
WE ARE ONLY ACCEPTING ONLINE APPLICATIONS FOR THIS RECRUITMENT. Online applications can be completed by visiting http://www.hlpusdjobs.org/ and clicking on "Open and Promotional Jobs."
APPLICANT FILING INFORMATION: This recruitment is open to the public. An eligibility list will be established to fill vacancies for one year.
CURRENT OPENING: One full-time position (12 months/40 hours per week). Salary placement will be on Range 42 of the Management Salary Schedule. Initial salary placement for new employees is customarily at step 1 ($139,927 per year) of this 6-step salary range.
Note: This position is designated as Senior Management in accordance with the provisions of the Education Code.
COMPLETE APPLICATION PACKET MUST INCLUDE: 1) Completed online application 2) Completed supplemental questionnaire 3) Three letters of recommendation 4) Copy of proof of your highest obtained education 5) Copy of proof of valid California class "C" driver's license 6) Copy of proof of adequate insurance for a motor vehicle which meets or exceeds the California legal liability insurance requirement
Online application and supplemental questionnaire must be submitted by the application filing deadline on July 16, 2020 by 4:30 pm.
SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENTS: Three letters of recommendation, proof of highest obtained education, copy of valid California class "C" driver's license, and proof of valid car insurance MUST be submitted by the first test part. To submit your supplemental documents, you may upload or attach the documents to your online application in the "Attachments" section. You may also fax your documents to Khrynston Samreth at (626) 333-7416.
For inquiries regarding this position, you may reach the Personnel Commission via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (626) 933-3922.
Under general direction of the Associate Superintendent of Business Services, plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates the activities of the maintenance, grounds and custodial operations, and is responsible for all aspects of facility planning, programming, design, construction and modernization.
The classification specification does not describe all duties performed by all incumbents within the class. This summary provides examples of typical tasks performed in this classification.Develops, analyzes, and directs school building construction and modernization projects.
Organizes, coordinates and directs activities related to the facilities maintenance and operations functions.
Organizes, coordinates, monitors and directs the District’s Facility Use agreements and activities in accordance with Board Policy and Administrative Regulations, related to the rental and use of school facilities by district residents and community groups for the purposes specified in the Civic Center Act.
Confers with District and site administrators and personnel, regulatory agencies, architects, engineers, inspectors, contractors, vendors and others concerning facilities and construction planning, maintenance and operations services.
Develops, implements and monitors budget for facilities projects and departmental budget; controls and authorizes expenditures in accordance with established limitations and fiscal policies.
Establishes and maintains systems for monitoring and reporting progress on construction, site improvement, and remodeling projects.
Works with project architects to coordinate construction and the general administration of construction contracts.
Coordinates the submission of state applications for new construction, modernization, state relocatable program, and determine District eligibility.
Acts as planning liaison with State Department of Education, the Office of Public School Construction and other governmental agencies.
Develops and maintains up-to-date comprehensive inventory and control of all record drawings for the District.
Inspects work completed by departmental employees and/or contractors for compliance with established standards and requirements.
Monitors and assures compliance with a variety of state, federal and local construction laws, regulations, codes, and regulations related to health and safety.
Assures economy, safety, effective communications, efficient use of equipment and supplies and appropriate appearance and condition of buildings, grounds and department vehicles.
Evaluates, analyzes, and plans use of labor and funds to assure optimum efficiency and effectiveness; implements and assures compliance with work measurement standards in assigned areas.
Develops and implements short- and long-range plans and programs related to facilities maintenance and operations, including preventative safety program for buildings, grounds, and equipment.
Directs the District's custodial program operations.
Reviews and approves the workforce allotments, work schedules, and performance standards for Facilities Department.
Establishes and operates a cost accounting and control system for the Facilities Department.
Prepares bid specifications, and evaluates bids, and recommends awarding contracts.
Researches, compiles, analyzes and interprets technical data related to large-scale maintenance and operations projects.
Oversees training, supervision, and performance evaluation of assigned personnel.
Maintains a variety of records and files.
Prepares various reports, attends meetings and workshops, and makes oral presentations as necessary.
Directs and assigns appropriate personnel to accomplish planned and approved projects.
Provides technical expertise, recommendations, information and assistance to the Associate Superintendent of Business Services regarding assigned functions.
Assists in the formulation and development of policies, procedures, and programs.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
*Job description pending Personnel Commission approval* *For a complete job description, please visit the "Job Descriptions" tab under "Job Seekers" on the Personnel Commission website, located at http://www.hlpusdjobs.org/
Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college with a major in Business Administration, Engineering, Architecture, Facilities Planning/Management, Construction Management or closely related field.
Experience: Four (4) years of increasingly responsible experience in facilities planning, construction, maintenance and operations, or other related experience, including three (3) years in a supervisory capacity.
Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License.
Evidence of adequate insurance for a motor vehicle, which meets or exceeds the California legal liability insurance requirement and continues to maintain insurability.
IDEAL CANDIDATES WILL HAVE:
Methods, practices, modern theories, equipment, and materials used in construction, design, custodial, and maintenance and operations of school buildings and facilities.
High performance and sustainable facility designs.
Building codes, materials, and techniques related to construction and building maintenance.
Rules and regulations including, but not limited to: Title 8, 17, 19, 21, and 24, OSHA, the Office of the State Architect, and state and federal codes for the handicapped.
Public agencies responsible for planning and development of the local geographic area.
Basic relationships between federal, state, county, and city planning programs.
Principles of leadership, supervision, training, performance evaluation, and motivating personnel.
Hazardous chemicals and waste disposal methods.
Energy conservation methods.
Preparation and review of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents.
Health and safety regulations.
Training requirements and regulations governing the handling of asbestos containing building materials (ACBM).
Deferred maintenance regulations, procedures, and requirements.
Modern office practices and procedures.
Budget preparation, administration and control; principles of cost analysis.
General purchasing procedures, including preparing and obtaining bids and quotes.
Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.
Project planning principles and techniques.
Principles and practices of program development and administration.
Laws and regulations pertaining to the construction, repair, and maintenance of school facilities.
Plan and coordinate the functions involved in the maintenance of school facilities.
Plan, manage, supervise, organize and direct the work of others.
Prepare engineering, construction, maintenance, and operations reports, construction plans, specifications, and schedules.
Develop preliminary or projected costs; accurately estimate costs of custodial, grounds, school construction and maintenance work.
Analyze work methods, schedules, equipment and staffing levels to increase efficiency.
Develop and implement comprehensive custodial, grounds and maintenance projects.
Effectively serve as a resource to employees pertaining to facilities-related problems.
Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
Read and interpret blueprints, shop drawings and sketches.
Read, interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
Assure compliance with safety precautions and various code requirements.
Establish, maintain, positive, effective and cooperative working relationships with employees, administration and business and community representatives.
Prepare clear and concise reports.
Maintain comprehensive records.
Train, supervise, coordinate, and evaluate the work of staff.
Provide leadership and direction to short and long term maintenance, custodial, and grounds programs for District facilities, equipment and grounds.
Operate a computer and current relevant software programs, including but not limited to accounting, cost and inventory control.
Meet schedules and time lines.
Work independently with little supervision and direction.
Analyze and interpret complex technical documentation.
Drive a vehicle to conduct work.
Allocating Resources: Prioritizing the use of fiscal and material resources to maximize organizational effectiveness.
Analyzing & Interpreting Data: Drawing meaning and conclusions from quantitative or qualitative data.
Decision Making: Choosing optimal courses of action in a timely manner.
Leadership: Guiding and encouraging others to accomplish a common goal.
Managing Performance: Ensuring superior individual and group performance.
Oral Communication: Engaging effectively in dialogue.
Professional & Technical Expertise: Applying technical subject matter to the job.
Professional Integrity & Ethics: Displaying honesty, adherence to principles, and personal accountability.
Project Management: Ensuring that projects are on-time, on-budget, and achieve their objectives.
Relationship Building: Establishing rapport and maintaining mutually productive relationships.
Safety Focus: Showing vigilance and care in identifying and addressing health risks and safety hazards.
Using Technology: Working with electronic hardware and software applications.
Writing: Communicating effectively in writing.
About Hacienda La Puente Unified School District
Hacienda La Puente Unified School District High Schools are among the best in the nation and have won many awards and honors, offering innovative and distinguished academic and athletic programs.
Our kindergarten through 12th grade enrollment is more than 22,000 students who reside within the district's boundaries--the cities of Industry and La Puente, and the unincorporated Los Angeles County areas of Hacienda Heights and Valinda. The Hacienda La Puente Unified School District has seventeen K-5 elementary schools, six K-8 schools, four middle schools, four comprehensive high schools, one alternative high school, an orthopedic unit for the physically handicapped, and an extensive child development and adult education program. The district also maintains an Administration Center, an Instructional Services Center, a Multilingual Assessment Center, a Professional Library, and a Curriculum Lab. The Hacienda La Puente Unified School District is dedicated to maximizing the talents, interests, and abilities of all its students, enabling them to meet the challenges and opportunities of a changing world. The district curriculum is based on the California State Frameworks and California ...Common Core Standards (CCCS). Classroom instruction is integrated, thematically applied, technologically integrated, and sensitive to the individual learning styles of students and the needs of the multicultural community we serve. Elementary classrooms are self-contained and opportunities for team teaching are available. Middle schools offer both core and departmentalized scheduling. Classrooms are departmentalized for students in grades 9-12. Band, chorus, drama, journalism, and other student activities are also provided. A number of supplemental programs enhance the district's basic classroom curriculum. These programs include: special education, English language development, gifted and talented education, counseling, school improvement, and compensatory education programs.