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Salary$9,596.69 - $12,860.49 Monthly $115,160.28 - $154,325.88 Annually

$115,160.28 - $154,325.88 Annually

Location Planning, Development & Facilities/District-wide, CA

Development & Facilities/District-wide, CA

Job Type

OPEN COMPETITIVE (Classified Management)


Planning, Development & Facilities

Job Number


Closing date and time



Provides vision and leadership for the Planning, Development and Facilities Department. Provides fiscal and operational oversight for capital construction projects funded by bond measures and other sources. Ensures that the Planning, Development and Facilities department meets the highest standards of design, construction, and appropriateness for the educational activities they are meant to foster; that all new educational facilities are constructed in a manner consistent with the highest standards of efficiency, safety, economy, and quality; and that students will be provided with a physical learning environment that is safe, clean, attractive, and functional. Plans, organizes, and supervises the District Energy Conservation Program.

Note: A more complete list of qualifications, duties, responsibilities, and other details for this classification can be found on our web site at www.gusd.net > Departments: Human Resources > Classified Job Descriptions

CURRENT VACANCY: One full-time management position, with full benefits, in the Planning, Development and Facilities Department.

RECRUITMENT PERIOD: Open until filled.
Anticipated Start Date: November 28, 2018.
IMPORTANT: Email is the primary form of communication related to the recruitment process. Applicants should monitor their email accounts, including spam folders, on a regular basis for any communication related to recruitment and selection such as application status, etc.

Examples of Duties

Note: A more complete list of qualifications, duties, responsibilities, and other details for this classification can be found on our web site at www.gusd.net > Departments: Human Resources > Classified Job Descriptions

Plans, implements, organizes, and administers the district's facility renovation, modernization, and new construction, including analyzing needs and recommending building programs and priorities.

Is responsible for operational oversight of the district's Energy Conservation

Coordinates and complies with State agency requirements during the planning and execution of site selection, design and construction phases including the California Department of Education, Division of the State Architect, Office of Public School Construction, State Fire Marshall, Department of Toxic Substances Control, State Allocation Board and Director of Industrial Relations.

Coordinates the planning for facility renovation, modernization, and new construction projects with the Director, Facility and Support Operations, to ensure the compatibility of new or renovated facilities with existing structures.

Coordinates activities associated with the construction of new schools and additions to existing schools, renovation of and improvements to existing structures and temporary classroom buildings, moving and demolition of buildings, use of existing facilities, and other matters related to school facilities.

Provides technical expertise and information to the Chief Business and Financial Officer regarding assigned functions and participates in the formulation of policies, procedures and programs; advises the Chief Business and Financial Officer of unusual trends or problems and recommends appropriate corrective action.

Employment Standards

Minimum Requirements:

A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and experience is:

Five years of successful school district or public agency experience in some phase of architecture, construction, or facilities management.

License or Certificate: 

Positions in this classification require the use of personal transportation, and the possession of a valid California Class C driver's license.  Also, the ability to be insured at standard vehicle liability and property damage insurance rates and maintain insurability.


Written and oral proficiency in a second language.

Examination Process

To apply: Visit www.gusd.net > Departments: Human Resources > Current Employment Opportunities > Classified Opportunities

Incomplete applications are disqualified. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of a complete district application including the supplemental questions

A review of applicants' experience and qualifications will be conducted. Based on the evaluation, a limited number of top-qualifying applicants whose qualifications best meet the current needs of the District will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process. Qualified candidates will be provided with more details at the appropriate time.

Salary: Salary amounts listed above indicate the first and last step of the range for the position. Probationary period: 1 year of paid service.

GUSD is an Equal Opportunity Employer who serves a diverse community.

Glendale Unified School District
223 N. Jackson St.

Glendale, California, 91206