The Senior Director of Facilities and Capital Planning is responsible for leading the
development of comprehensive plans for the acquisition, renovation, and
development of CCSF properties and assets. The incumbent manages several large
consulting teams on behalf of CCSF, as well as several interdepartmental working
groups comprised of peers and direct reports. He / she serves as a critical thought
partner for a subset of schools and departments and provides resource planning and
customer service support.
Major duties include:
1. Monitor progress of Facilities Division leadership team in achieving long-term
Facilities Plan goals; prepare annual report documenting progress and challenges;
lead, scope, and manage analytical projects in support of long-term Facilities Plan
2. Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the division's service
delivery system, organizational structure, staffing levels, financial systems, and other
internal operations; identify and recommend alternative approaches or
improvements; implement revisions, adjustments and changes.
3. Prepare annual budget submission in collaboration with Associate Vice Chancellor
of Capital Planning and Safety; organize and facilitate budget development process
within Facilities Division teams; train Facilities Division leaders and staff members on
financial policies, procedures, and best practices; develop tools and financial models
to run projections and provide additional transparency and access to
budget/resources; manage and monitor the Facilities Division annual budget.
4. Organize bi monthly Facilities Division leadership team meetings. In consultation
with the Associate Vice Chancellor of Capital Planning and Safety, prepare agenda
and materials; lead and facilitate team discussions.
5. In consultation with Associate Vice Chancellor of Capital Planning and Safety,
organize a series of Professional Development training and resources for Facilities
Division leaders and staff.
6. Develop scopes of work for a wide variety of consultants; shepherd consultant
contracts through CCSF procurement process; monitor quality of consultant work;
manage consultants to meet contract goals; administer payments to consultants.
7. Directly supervise staff; set goals, provide performance feedback and coaching;
complete performance evaluations.
8. Draft, review, and execute MOUs with donors and philanthropic organizations;
monitor compliance with MOU terms; ensure responsiveness from Facilities Division
staff; communicate progress to philanthropic partners.
9. Present information clearly—both oral and written. Must be able to quickly and
directly respond to questions about Division policy goals and standard operating
procedures; create compelling visual displays of quantitative data.
10. May serve as liaison for the Division with a variety of other City/County staff,
policy-making officials, and officials of outside agencies; explain and justify
Departmental or administrative procedures, policies, or programs; negotiate and
resolve difficult and complex issues and problems.
11. Other duties as assigned by the Associate Vice Chancellor of Capital Planning and
REQUIRED AND PERFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
1. MBA degree and or other appropriate Master’s degree or other post graduate
degree is required.
2. 5 years or more of experience in one or more of the following areas: land use
planning, policy analysis, real estate, and/or capital planning.
3. Preference to professional experience in a public agency, public school system,
community college or college or university, California community college experience
4. Demonstrated effective skills in leadership, management, communication, and