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General Manager of Facilities Use

San Mateo Union High School District San Mateo, CA

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Job Description: APPLICATION PROCEDURES: To be considered for an interview, applicants must apply online at https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1401248 by May 20, 2020. EXCELLENT FRINGE BENEFITS with District-paid premiums which includes medical, dental, life, vision, long term-disability, and CalPERS retirement. WORK YEAR: 12-month position = 222 work days WORK HOURS: 37.5 Hours per week; 7.5 Hours per day Please visit https://www.smuhsd.org/Page/2322 for more information (ref. Posting#3059). JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Director of Maintenance, Operations and Facilities Use, manages all aspects of the rental of Districtwide facilities and of Peninsula High School leases. Develops and implements short and long range strategies related to the efficiency and fiscal health of the department. Establishes and maintains professional, productive working relationships with District administrators, other employees, community groups, area residents, vendors, local, state and federal agencies and governmental leaders. Manages the department budget, operations, and personnel, including the Auditorium Manager and auditorium staff, and evaluates the performance of assigned personnel. The incumbent’s responsibilities will include developing and managing a self- sustaining budget, hiring, scheduling and evaluating all staff, and other related duties as assigned. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Oversees all operations of the Department. 2. Manages the budget, tracking revenue and expenditures; and verifies all deposits and refunds, monthly timesheets, POs, and site disbursements. 3. Conducts quarterly analysis by site, facility use, and revenue to inform needed changes to staffing and fee schedule. 4. Supervises all staff, and documents and delivers all performance reviews and disciplines. 5. Develops and conducts in-service training. 6. Manages and maintains master calendar of facilities use. 7. Creates and distributes weekend schedule of permits and school events, coordinates weekend staffing for both, and schedules fulltime and sub employees. 8. Review all Utility Workers weekend reports, and responds to repair requests, supply needs, no shows, and community encounters. 9. Manages District web pages for facilities use. 10. Receives and handles telephone inquiries, emails and/or user requests for information regarding availability and use of facilities. 11. Reviews facilities use applications for compliance with Department policies, rules and regulations. 12. Interfaces with Facilities Use applicants and the community to resolve needs, issues, special requests and other matters related to use of District facilities. 13. Maintains data base and tracking system for all Facilities Use applicants. 14. Prepares, maintains and files all records and reports as required. 15. Coordinates facilities availability with Site Administration. 16. Communicates with Facilities Managers on a daily basis. 17. Manages and maintains all Peninsula High School lease agreements. 18. Generates lease agreements and lease invoices, collects all lease fees per lease agreements. 19. Provides Facilities Specialist with all monies received for Facilities Use and Lease Agreements. 20. Coordinates all work orders and repairs of leased spaces. 21. Annually reviews each tenant’s Emergency Action Plan. 22. Performs other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS-Education/Training Experience: § AA degree or equivalent relevant experience. § Two years of increasing responsibility and experience in accounting and/or finance. § Knowledge of public contract and lease administration. § Experience managing budgets and financial analysis preferred. § Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal skills, including team and consensus building. KNOWLEDGE OF: § Principles and practices of administrative organization and management, planning, supervising and evaluating the work of others, employee motivation and training. § Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to use word-processing programs, including but not limited to all Microsoft Office products, spreadsheets and databases. ABILITY TO: § Use organizational skills that enable performance of duties in a timely fashion with attention to detail. § Effectively communicate orally and in writing. § Manage financial resources effectively including determining how best to utilize resources and managing budgets and expenditures. § Use computers utilizing office software applications, including the Internet. § Work effectively with managers, faculty and staff in a participatory governance environment to accomplish the goals and objectives of the assigned program or project. § Exercise good judgment. § Communicate effectively and constructively with persons of diverse cultures, language groups, and abilities. § Ability to multi-task in a busy environment. § Ability to establish and maintain a professional, effective and respectful working relationship with staff, administration and user groups. WORKIND CONDITIONS-ENVIRONMENT/HAZARDS: § Indoor and outdoor environment. § Driving a vehicle to conduct work. § Noise level in working environment is moderate. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: § Physically and mentally able to perform the essential duties of the position without hazard to themselves or others. § Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines. § Ability to stand, walk, bend, stoop, kneel, and sit for extended periods of time. § Perform grasping and hand motions with sufficient dexterity of hands and fingers to operate computer equipment and keyboards. § Ability to reach in all directions. § Ability to lift and carry up to 30 pounds. § Adequate sight or corrected vision for reading printed or written materials and see to observe computer monitor. § Ability to hear and speak clearly in person, to groups and by phone, to communicate effectively with coworkers, and the public. EXCELLENT FRINGE BENEFITS with District-paid premiums which includes medical, dental, life, vision, long term-disability, and CALPERS retirement. WORK YEAR: 12 month / 222 work days WORK HOURS: 37.5 Hours per week; 7.5 Hours per day DISTRICT PROFILE The San Mateo Union High School District (SMUHSD) is a community funded district with approximately 8,500 students. SMUHSD is situated in central San Mateo County between San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. The District encompasses six communities, San Bruno, Millbrae, Burlingame, Hillsborough, Foster City, and San Mateo, and has six comprehensive high schools: Aragon, Burlingame, Capuchino (International Baccalaureate school), Hillsdale (Smaller Learning Communities school), Mills, and San Mateo. The District has an API over 800 and all schools are in Newsweek Magazine's Top 1000 High Schools. In addition, the District has Peninsula Alternative High School, an Alternative School of Choice, Middle College High School, and an Adult School serving 10,500 students. The District enjoys strong parent and community support as evidenced in three major bond measures passed in 2000, 2006, and 2010 ($621.5 million) for new construction and modernization. More About SMUHSD The San Mateo Union High School District, in existence for more than 110 years, continues to be a vital community academic and cultural resource. With an annual operating budget that is funded primarily through local property taxes, it provides education to a diverse range of approximately 8,500 students attending six highly-rated comprehensive high schools, a special Middle College program in conjunction with the College of San Mateo, an alternative high school where students voluntarily recover credits, and a robust Adult School Program. The District has graduated an estimated 130,000 young people since its founding in 1902. To learn more about the SMUHSD, visit www.smuhsd.org or Company Description: DISTRICT PROFILE The San Mateo Union High School District (SMUHSD) is a community funded district with approximately 8,500 students. SMUHSD is situated in central San Mateo County between San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. The District encompasses six communities, San Bruno, Millbrae, Burlingame, Hillsborough, Foster City, and San Mateo, and has six comprehensive high schools: Aragon, Burlingame, Capuchino (International Baccalaureate school), Hillsdale (Smaller Learning Communities school), Mills, and San Mateo. The District has an API over 800 and all schools are in Newsweek Magazine's Top 1000 High Schools. In addition, the District has Peninsula Alternative High School, an Alternative School of Choice, Middle College High School, and an Adult School serving 10,500 students. The District enjoys strong parent and community support as evidenced in three major bond measures passed in 2000, 2006, and 2010 ($621.5 million) for new construction and modernization. More About SMUHSD The San Mateo Union High School District, in existence for more than 110 years, continues to be a vital community academic and cultural resource. With an annual operating budget that is funded primarily through local property taxes, it provides education to a diverse range of approximately 8,500 students attending six highly-rated comprehensive high schools, a special Middle College program in conjunction with the College of San Mateo, an alternative high school where students voluntarily recover credits, and a robust Adult School Program. The District has graduated an estimated 130,000 young people since its founding in 1902. To learn more about the SMUHSD, visit www.smuhsd.org or find us on FaceBook and Twitter @SMUHSD.

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DISTRICT PROFILE The San Mateo Union High School District (SMUHSD) is a community funded district with approximately 8,500 students. SMUHSD is situated in central San Mateo County between San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. The District encompasses six communities, San Bruno, Millbrae, Burlingame, Hillsborough, Foster City, and San Mateo, and has six comprehensive high schools: Aragon, Burlingame, Capuchino (International Baccalaureate school), Hillsdale (Smaller Learning Communities school), Mills, and San Mateo. The District has an API over 800 and all schools are in Newsweek Magazine's Top 1000 High Schools. In addition, the District has Peninsula Alternative High School, an Alternative School of Choice, Middle College High School, and an Adult School serving 10,500 students. The District enjoys strong parent and community support as evidenced in three major bond measures passed in 2000, 2006, and 2010 ($621.5 million) for new construction and modernization. More About SMUHSD The San Mateo Union High School District, in existence for more than 110 years, continues to be a vital community academic and cultural resource. With an annual operating budget that is funded primarily through local property taxes, it provides education to a diverse range of approximately 8,500 students attending six highly-rated comprehensive high schools, a special Middle College program in conjunction with the College of San Mateo, an alternative high school where students voluntarily recover credits, and a robust Adult School Program. The District has graduated an estimated 130,000 young people since its founding in 1902. To learn more about the SMUHSD, visit www.smuhsd.org or find us on FaceBook and Twitter @SMUHSD.

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