Director, Facilities Planning, Design and Construction

Maryland, US

Posted: 8/20/19
Deadline: 12/20/19
Salary: Commensurate with Education and Experience
Reference Number: PGCC139011/12

About This Organization

Prince George’s Community College
Excellence: We strive to ensure quality outcomes through rigorous learning experiences designed to develop the mind and build character through civic engagement and service learning.

Our Actions: We are proactive not reactive. We handle and solve problems. We do the right things right the first time

Success: We believe all individuals have the potential to realize their goals.

Our Actions: We set high expectations for our colleagues and ourselves and hold each other accountable. We support innovation and act boldly to be a better Prince George’s Community College.

Diversity: We promote opportunities to expand our worldview through exposure to and greater understanding of all peoples, cultures, and lifestyles.

Our Actions: We collaborate across the college – understanding we all bring something to the table. We are all in this together.
Respect: We treat every person with the same humanity, courtesy, and civility that we expect for ourselves.

Our Actions: We model the behavior we expect. We agree and disagree in responsible ways.

Professionalism: We believe all individuals will approach their responsibilities ethically, fairly, and with high standards.

Our Actions: We manage our college resources responsibly. We respond to all communications in a timely manner. We work with our colleagues to set expectations for which we can be held accountable.

Lifelong Learning: We promote learning and development at all stages of life. We believe learning takes place at all times both in and outside of the classroom. We honor and embrace all forms of learning, both formal and informal.

Our Actions: We change, grow, and adapt.

Job Duties

Lead Facilities Enhancements on campus.
Interface with the Space Management Co-Chairs in performing space planning duties.
Oversee permanent & temporary capital improvement, divisional, departmental or large facility moves.
Interface with state agencies, Department of General Services, the Maryland Department of Budget and Management, the Maryland Higher Educational Commission and others as necessary.
Interface with the Maryland Association of Community Colleges.
Develop and submit County & State CIP submissions.
Complete and submit quarterly reports to MHEC, DGS, DBM.
Attend Capital Budget Meetings.
Respond to all State and County questions on capital projects.
Interface with the County Planning Board.
Represent the College by attending and participating in Maryland Community College Facilities. Planner Council Meetings.
Maintain up-to-date building and plot plans for planning and control purposes.
Manage parking inventory.
Prepare budget estimates for all construction/renovation projects.
Direct, manage and coordinate the preparation of educational specifications.
Update the Campus Facilities Master Plan and Facility Condition Assessment.
Update historical project records.
Provide facilities enhancements updates to the campus community including Marketing and Creative Services, Institutional Advancement, and Human Resources New Employee Orientation/Onboarding meetings.
Draft facilities enhancements documents for the VP of Administrative and Financial Services and Executive Director of Facilities Planning and Management.
Maintain up-to-date status of all major and minor construction projects which reflects the status of planning efforts through completion of construction.
Oversee special assigned projects from the Chief of Staff.
Execute miscellaneous Executive Director of Facilities Planning and Management tasks in the absence of the Executive Director.
Execute miscellaneous Director of Facilities Operations (Trades) tasks such as coordination and direction of shop trades on special assigned projects and when requested.
Develop/prepare Purchase Requisitions and ensure they are entered into the system
Develop projects scope of work, justifications, advertisement for bids and request for proposals. Work with Procurement to ensure timely advertising of facilities projects.
Chair the screening committee for the selection of architectural and engineering firms, consultants, and general contractors.
Review contracts and proposals from all companies pursuing work on capital projects. Ensure contracts and proposals are in-line with college standards and protocols.
Direct space and architectural designs with architects and miscellaneous college faculty & staff.
Direct and finalize F&E selection for college projects. Manage installation, punch list and warranty of all new campus furniture.
Review and direct modifications and changes accordingly to plans and specifications prepared by architect/engineering firms to ensure user requirements and the College’s vision have been met in the design process.
Interfaces with architects, engineers, contractors, furniture designers, facilities shop personnel, and campus personnel for the planning and execution of projects.
Review and approve all project correspondence including RFI, modifications, change orders, pay applications, etc.
Coordinate temporary personnel relocations required to support capital projects.
Oversee campus facilities projects by managing the physical progress of all major and minor construction projects.
Represent the college at construction/renovation progress meetings.
Coordinate and schedule vendor activities for all capital facilities projects.
Assist architect/engineers, code enforcement officials, and insurance representatives in final inspection of construction work.
Coordinate necessary training, walk-throughs , and the building commissioning process.
Assist in the development of punch lists and warranty lists and provide follow-up execution.
Perform contract closeout for all projects.
Supervise College planning, design and construction personnel.
Perform other related duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the Executive Director of Facilities Planning and Management.

Required Qualifications

Master’s degree.
Minimum of three years direct experience inspecting construction projects costing more than three million dollars.
Three years supervisory experience.


Commensurate with Education and Experience

Other Info

LARGO, MD 20774

Required Application Materials

Resume and Cover Letter