Executive Director, Capital Improvements & Planning
Leads and directs all development, management, evaluation, and modification of the multifaceted activities, programs, projects, personnel, and fiscal resources of capital improvements and planning; supervises and evaluates all activities, program functions, personnel, and physical resources of the assigned office; provides support to the assistant superintendent, facilities and transportation services, with decision-making responsibilities for facilities-related operational functions; is responsible and accountable for strategic planning and outcomes.
Any combination of education and experience equal to a master's degree in architecture, engineering, construction management, business administration, or a related field. Eight years of progressive experience in capital improvement program development, public educational facility construction management, physical plant program management, strategic planning, and life-cycle cost data analysis, five of which shall have been in a supervisory or leadership capacity. Certified Master Planner preferred. Knowledge of the principles, practices, methods, functions, and current trends of administration of facilities planning/management; design and construction; and safety and security. Knowledge of the funding process in a public school system environment as related to budgeting, cost accounting, financial planning, and management. Knowledge of master planning and development of critical infrastructure with an understanding of potential political environments in diverse communities. Proficiency in the use of technology and data compilation, analysis, and reporting. Ability to problem-solve multifaceted issues by analyzing information, evaluating results, and choosing the best approach to short- and long-term problems. Ability to manage fiscal, physical, and human resources to successfully carry out the function and programs of the office to which assigned. Ability to devise and maintain a program management plan to ensure that FCPS remains in compliance with all governing federal, state and local laws, regulations, codes, and guidelines for functions related to capital improvements and planning. Ability to facilitate meetings and/or present information to groups. Ability to establish and maintain successful collaborative working relationships to address complicated or long-term needs with culturally diverse external and internal clients. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
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