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Los Rios Community College District

Facilities Maintenance Planning Specialist

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NOTE:  Four years combined college level course work and experience in construction management, construction supervision, facilities planning, engineering, architecture or related field may be substituted for bachelor’s degree requirement.


Must possess and maintain a valid California Drivers license. Any offer of employment will be contingent upon the successful completion of a medical evaluation.


Knowledge of construction; engineering and architecture; facilities planning and maintenance; and all applicable codes, laws, regulations, and environmental compliance responsibilities.  Knowledge of project management and estimating software programs; and computer programs including computer assisted drafting and design (AutoCAD), spreadsheet programs, and facilities condition analysis software (Comet).  Knowledge of policies and procedures governing the functions of the operating unit.  Knowledge of basic accounting, payroll and purchasing procedures.  Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar; and various formats of business correspondence.  


Skill in finding ways to structure or classify multiple pieces of information; and listening to what other people are saying and asking appropriate questions.  Skill in understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents; and communicating effectively with others orally and in writing as indicated by the needs of the audience.


The ability to perform the basic functions of the position; sustain regular work attendance; work cooperatively and effectively with the public, students, faculty and staff; exercise initiative and mature judgment; work as a member of a team; and meet schedules and time lines.  The ability to design, plan, draw, direct, supervise and manage multiple complex projects; and evaluate and effectively resolve unforeseen construction problems.  The ability to use initiative and good judgment in meeting emergency situations; and analyze situations and adapt an effective course of action.  The ability to work an extended workday/workweek and monitor projects on weekends and receive phone calls at home to coordinate specific elements of work with contractors or FM.  The ability to read and understand information and ideas presented in writing; add, subtract, multiply, or divide quickly and correctly; and drive a vehicle.  The ability to operate modern office equipment; and input data with speed and accuracy.

Physical and Environmental Factors:   Ability to move about freely at construction sites; climb ladders; and maneuver through tight and cramped spaces (i.e. trenches, crawl spaces, electrical and mechanical vaults, etc.).  Exposure to safety hazards routinely associated with construction sites.  Must be willing to monitor projects on other than regular working hours.  

TYPICAL EQUIPMENT USED (May include, but not limited to)

Computer, printer, copier, fax machine, airflow monitor, and light meter.

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