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Bond Director ($141,167.76 - $171,057.78 annually)

Fremont Unified School District
Fremont, CA
  • Posted: over a month ago
  • $141,167 to $171,057 Yearly
  • Full-Time
  • Benefits: dental, medical, vision,
Job Description

The Bond Director reports to the Associate Superintendent or designee. The Bond Director is responsible for managing the implementation of the facilities master plan and prioritized bond program. The Bond Director successfully tracks progress of all construction projects, from conceptualization to completion. Performs related duties as assigned, may be called in to work for emergencies and may be required to work extended hours to assist in managing a facilities-based emergency.

Salary: 

$141,167.76 - $171,057.78 annually; Range 31B; (7 steps; maximum reached in 5.5 years).

Depending on the assignment, duties may include but are not limited to the following:  Oversee budget to ensure projects remain within budget limits; implement cost control systems; track all project costs.  Review and prepare documents for the Board and Bond Oversight Committee.  Prepare budget and financial reports as required.  Coordinate planning of bond measure facility projects with management, staff, advisory committees, architects, and other district consultants from conception through construction to project completion.  Ensure the Facilities Department meets the operational deadlines required by other departments or agencies.  Prioritize, develop and maintain detailed project plans to support the implementation of the facilities master plan.  Develop, update and monitor project schedules; oversees all scheduling and other managerial aspects of bond program.  Oversee implementation of plan, including all phases of the construction, modernization and retrofitting process.  Track, monitor and oversee construction tasks completed by supervisors, contractors, and various trade workers.  Report on the progress of the project to the superintendent and associate superintendent.  Prepare comprehensive regular written and public reports to communicate status and progress to our community partners and the board.  Coordinate project phases, review financial statements and assure on-time delivery of projects.  Research, analyze and recommend the feasibility of various improvement operations for more cost effective services.  Assist with bid processes for bond facility projects, and other projects funded by matching facility funds.  Coordinate with construction managers and schools/administrators to ensure smooth operations related to facility planning.  Meet with legal counsel on the district’s behalf in contractual litigation and arbitration.  Responsible for the district's facility operations, organizing and assigning tasks and responsibilities to assigned personnel.

Company Description
The Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) is made up of 44 schools serving preschool-12th grade with approximately 35,000 students in grades TK-12. The District Office hosts twenty-three district level departments that serve the school sites. School sites feature many facility upgrades with vibrant libraries due to the community support of the Measure E bond. With 16 National Merit Scholars in 2018 and a total of 56 California Distinguished Schools/Gold Ribbon Awards, FUSD’s mission is to provide equitable opportunities to Educate, Challenge and Inspire students of all ages, talents and ability levels, while striving to prepare each with the skills required to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing world. FUSD is located in the City of Fremont, California, a thriving international community. Residents come from countries across the globe to call Fremont home. FUSD takes pride in its diversity, community, and schools.

Fremont Unified School District

Why Work Here?
Fremont Unified School District provides CalPERS retirement system, paid time-off, including vacation and holiday pay.

The Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) is made up of 44 schools serving preschool-12th grade with approximately 35,000 students in grades TK-12. The District Office hosts twenty-three district level departments that serve the school sites. School sites feature many facility upgrades with vibrant libraries due to the community support of the Measure E bond. With 16 National Merit Scholars in 2018 and a total of 56 California Distinguished Schools/Gold Ribbon Awards, FUSD’s mission is to provide equitable opportunities to Educate, Challenge and Inspire students of all ages, talents and ability levels, while striving to prepare each with the skills required to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing world. FUSD is located in the City of Fremont, California, a thriving international community. Residents come from countries across the globe to call Fremont home. FUSD takes pride in its diversity, community, and schools.

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4210 Technology Drive

Fremont, CA
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