Director of Facilities, Resources, and Planning
Closing Date: June 5, 2017
Primary responsibilities include space planning and management, coordination and execution of real estate transactions, capital project and special assigned project programming, instructional space management and improvements, event scheduling and management and high level leadership and project budget management for several University-wide committees. Supervise 17 staff and oversee the annual operating and special project budgets of the department. Lead process improvement efforts with key stakeholders and business partners in optimizing the delivery of space planning and real estate services across the University.
FR&P is a division in the Office of Physical Plant. The director reports to Associate Vice President, Physical Plant for overall operation of the division. Director also reports to Associate Vice President Finance and Business for real estate matters and will work with the AVP for Finance and Business in evaluating the University’s real estate portfolio, investigating and/or implementing actions developed by the Property Steering(PSC) and Property Executive Committees(PEC).
The Director serves as Secretary to the Facilities Resources Committee (FRC), working with the Provost, Senior Vice President for Finance and Business, Deans, Vice Presidents, Chancellors and other senior administrators to assess, plan and develop alternatives to meet space needs for academic and administrative units.
The Director will be responsible to oversee and coordinate the execution of all real estate transactions to support acquisitions, disposals, and leases as well as property management of leased property. The Director serves on the PSC and PEC and is responsible to complete real estate projects and analysis as required or assigned.
This position requires a depth of knowledge of: Higher education space requirements within all academic disciplines to support the instructional, research and service missions of each college or unit. Methods to ensure equitable distribution of limited resources to serve overall University mission, objectives, and assigned priorities. Real estate principles and practices, methods and procedures used in competitive real estate transactions.
Typically requires a Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) in Architecture, Engineering, Management or related discipline or higher plus twelve years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
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