Senior Planner/Architect Position at SJSU
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Position Title: Senior Planner/Architect
Position Classification: Classification within the Management Personnel Plan
Reporting Unit: Facilities Development & Operations
Requisition #: 011725
Posting Period: 12/10/04 through 01/03/05
Assist in the day-to-day operations and management of the Department. Responsible for the development and management of major and minor capital outlay projects, deferred maintenance projects, space management, CAD operation, University archive, administering California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) project requirements, and moves coordination. Also represents the department in the absence of the Director.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following:
1. Oversees the development of the Capital Improvement Programs for major and minor capital outlay projects, including project descriptions, project justifications, and budgets, as well as the design and preparation of schematic, preliminary, and construction documents.
2. Evaluates space utilization, space assignments, short and long-range planning requirements of campus units, classification, and other space related issues, maintaining the campus space database and coordinating the information with the Chancellor's Office database (Space Facilities Data Base SFPD), preparing various Chancellor's Office requests and forms for major capital outlay submission and other requests as required.
3. Oversees the maintenance and operation of the campus Computer Assisted Facilities Management (CAFM) system and Computer Aided Design (CAD) system.
4. Coordinates the University's involvement with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requirements as they relate to projects. This includes preparing Requests for Qualifications and Proposals from qualified consulting firms, working with the consulting firms on CEQA projects, and coordinating all activities with the consultant. In addition, includes the preparation of Categorical Exemptions, Negative Declarations, and other documents necessary.
5. Establishes and maintains contact with various departments within the Chancellor's Office in regards to Capital Outlay projects, space, design/construction projects, and feasibility studies. Responds to requests from the Chancellor's Office, including project status reports, updates on University policies and procedures, as well as Board of Trustees agenda items, correspondence with the Legislative Analyst Office and Department of Finance.
6. Administrative and Staff function oversight of the following:
a. Oversees the activities of the project management staff, including review of schedule, budget, scope, etc.
b. Provides direction to and supervision of the Campus Planner and the Campus Architect, as necessary.
c. Develops and implements processes related to space utilization and management, project development, and construction management.
d. Develops and implements a set of campus construction standards for building systems, materials, etc.
Directly supervises employees. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees.
DEMONSTRATED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
1. Ability to interpret technical procedures, building codes, and regulations.
2. Ability to write business correspondence and procedure manuals. Skill in writing reports, specifications, policies and procedures covering planning, design, and construction issues
3. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions frJob BenefitsA benefit package may or may not be available. Request specific information from the employer.
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