Under direct supervision of the Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services, responsible for the Facilities, Maintenance and Operations departments to ensure the best educational environment possible. This includes supervision of construction project, development and planning, facility use, energy management and related projects, maintenance operations, custodial operations, grounds operations, mechanical systems maintenance and specialized services, and related work as required.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following
Oversee the planning and development of district-wide and site-by-site plans for facility needs.
Oversee maintenance of the physical school facilities and grounds, as well as energy management efforts, initiatives and projects.
Supervise and review the district’s facilities master plan for future growth, including gathering, interpreting, and extrapolation and appropriate data.
Coordinated the development and maintenance of district equipment and construction specifications gathered from all departments prior of architectural design.
Plan the operations of all maintenance and operations activities by conferring with the Maintenance and Operations department, including projecting budget, equipment, material and personnel requirements.
Supervise the preparation of applications required by law to obtain state funding under the State School Facility Program.
Coordinate the selections of project architects, engineers, and other related areas.
Assist in coordinating the initial review of construction drawings with appropriate district staff and departments.
Assist in coordinating facility improvement projects to establish timetable for bid advertising, job walk and bid opening process.
Review bids and awarding of contract for all facility improvement and maintenance projects.
Review cost estimates for building alterations and repair work.
Attend construction meetings to ensure proper equipment and specifications, and scheduled completions dates.
Regularly assess schedules for completeness, quality and efficiency for all operations and constructions and conduct audits of work in progress.
Supervise and assist the development of punch lists and final job walks for each construction project.
Assist in preparing specifications for painting, roofing, paving, fencing, other maintenance and repair projects, and building alterations or upgrades of major systems at existing sites.
Assist in interpreting contractor specifications.
Oversee the coordination of inspections for all contract and construction projects on deferred maintenance, building alteration and update or upgrade to major systems in existing buildings.
Plan, organize and supervise mid and long-range facility and preventative maintenance equipment programs, including implementation and maintenance of a systemized data management, storage and retrieval system.
Make recommendations concerning the construction, reconstruction or alteration of school buildings as well as the selection and purchase of surplus equipment and materials.
Consult with District staff, city, county and state officials, and other agencies regarding construction planning, progress, and funding.
Participate in appropriate planning committees related to school facilities.
Supervise and review the preparation and compilation of the Facilities, and Maintenance and Operations department budgets.
Review and supervise expenditures and purchases.
Evaluate and improve departmental performance.
Assist and train managers and supervisors in supervising personnel, staff training and employee issues.
Evaluate and counsel assigned employees and recommend personnel actions.
Formulate, interpret and administer departmental internal policy.
Develop rules and regulations that govern routine department administrative matters as necessary.
Remain current on the latest methods of construction, energy management, maintenance and operations and general efficiency, and make recommendations for adoptions and changes to the policies to the Board of Education.
Oversee the implementation of the collective bargaining agreements for certificated and classified employees as they relate to personnel supervised.
Perform related duties consistent with the scope and intent of the position.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
Uniform Building Code, Uniform Plumbing Code, National Electric Code, Uniform Fire Code, Uniform Mechanical Code, OSHA General Industry Safety Orders, Architectural Barrier Laws, Title 24, and other related codes and laws
Laws and regulations governing construction and labor relations including Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations
Recordkeeping, cost analysis and work order procedures
Methods, tools and equipment used in the maintenance, grounds and custodial area
Office of Public School Construction funding procedures and requirements
Principles, methods, techniques and strategies pertaining to comprehensive facilities planning, construction and modernization programs
Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training
Research, study techniques, report preparation, statistical analysis and computer spreadsheet applications
Oral and written communication skills
Technical aspects in field of specialty
Modern office practices, procedures and equipment
Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary
Operation of a computer and assigned software
Plan, schedule and effectively supervise personnel
Maintain a professional manner at all times
Analyze complex problems and formulate effective solutions
Prepare and present informational material and program proposals
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing
Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others
Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software
Work independently with little or no direction
Be detail-oriented, organized, accurate, thorough, and monitor work for quality
Utilize interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy
Make decisions based on sound judgment, honesty and integrity
Provide own transportation to sites during workday
Maintain insurability by District liability insurance carrier
The Eastside Union School District is located in Los Angeles County. The district has Pre-school – 8th grade students and is composed of six schools; four elementary schools, one middle school and one alternative school. There are approximately 3,200 students enrolled in the district. The district promotes and celebrates our students’ academic, social, emotional, and physical well-being. We take pride in fostering lifelong learning by providing the highest level of educational programs at each of our school sites. We’re committed to hiring, supporting, and promoting excellence and innovation in teaching and learning, maintaining high expectations for all students and staff, ensuring safety and security in our community and learning environments.