Director, Facilities and Asset Management
University of California Office of the President
Requisition Number: 20170024
Appointment Type: Staff - Career
Personnel Program: MSP
Work Hours: Mon-Fri (8:00-5:00pm)
Percentage of Time: 100
Organizational Area: Chief Financial Officer-Capital Assets, Strategies and Finance
Location: Oakland, CA
Posting Salary: Salary commensurate with experience
The Director of Facilities and Asset Management is a systemwide corporate leader, advocate, and steward for the roughly 130 million square feet of University built space. This position advocates, develops, and supports long term strategies and programs for capital renewal, deferred maintenance, and capital program performance , including the development and revision of congruent system-wide policies and procedures relating to the operation and maintenance of University facilities.
The position advocates for adequately funded preventative maintenance and on-time renewal programs as well as works to assess, quantify, and reduce the backlog of deferred maintenance (DM) projects. This position will lead development and implementation of the Integrated Capital Asset Management Program (ICAMP) with a staff of four professionals.
This position will manage ICAMP to migrate legacy space and asset data, and oversee populating asset inventory data into the new enterprise platform, and develop the essential functional requirements of ICAMP that will (i) demonstrate feasibility and scalability, (ii) minimize investment risk and deployment time, and (iii) capture key-learning's. The position will develop and consolidate system wide facility condition to support comprehensive validated funding requests to address capital renewal and deferred maintenance on an ongoing basis.
Special Conditions of Employment:
Travel outside of normal business hours
Other Special Conditions of Employment:
Criminal Background Check required
Job Close Date:
Duties Function (%)
Duty 1: Directly, and through supervision of reporting professionals, develop and institute new processes and procedures required to implement UC Regent and Presidential directions and policies concerning facilities management.
Advocate for the stewardship of existing and future UC building stock, through mechanisms such as adequately funded preventative maintenance and on-time renewal programs, strategic tools, and models to reduce the immense backlog of deferred maintenance projects.
Develop systemwide consensus on methodologies and lifecycle decision-making.
Duty 2: Act as systemwide owner representative and champion, implementing the enterprise software and operational structure of the Integrated Capital Asset Management Program (ICAMP).
Function:Integrated Capital Asset Management Program
Duty 3: Represent the campus and Office of the President facilities perspectives in collaboration with Energy and Sustainability, Capital Planning, Planning and Budget, External Relations, Capital Markets Finance, Strategic Sourcing, and Design and Construction Services, and Office of General Counsel.
Act as the primary source for timely, high quality advice and consultation to campuses and facilities stakeholders. Provide accurate solutions to policy and procedure issues.
Represent UC on the Systemwide Partnership for Performance committee and provide systemwide perspective for the committee's efforts to develop facilities benchmarking criteria for the University and other California institutions of higher education.
Duty 4: Serve as a liaison between systemwide labor relations office and campus facilities departments to keep stakeholders informed of interactions and agreements with systemwide internal union representation (e.g. AFSCME custodial).
Function:Labor Relations Liaison
Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent experience/training in
architecture, engineering, urban design, city planning,
landscape architecture or equivalent.
A minimum of 15 years in any combination of design, construction, and facilities lifecycle management with demonstrated progress of increasing responsibilities.
Thorough knowledge of facilities management, preventative
maintenance, and strategies to address long term deferred
Thorough financial, budgeting and cost management skills,
including stakeholder interaction with divergent viewpoints
Excellent organizational skills including skill in consistently and effectively meeting budget and time deadlines.
Excellent skills to lead, direct and manage personnel including selection, training, evaluating and as required taking corrective action.
Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, including skill to work effectively with multiple constituencies to advance organizational objectives
Working within a large public agency or municipality with a
large and diverse asset portfolio.
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The University of California, one of the largest and most acclaimed institutions of higher learning in the world, is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and public service. The University of California Office of the President is the corporate headquarters to the ten campuses, five medical centers and three Department of Energy National Labs and enrolls premier students from California, the nation and the world.
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status.