Job Summary: The Director of Facilities is directly responsible to the Business Administrator and ultimately the Superintendent for all District Facilities, Maintenance, Custodial, and Mailroom Services.
Bachelor’s degree in Facilities Management, Engineering, Architecture, or a related field from an accredited institution preferred.
Experience in a leadership role of a Facilities Department at a PA school district with responsibilities overseeing Maintenance, Grounds, and Custodial Services.
Professional registration through the PA Association of School Business Officials is strongly preferred.
Experience in construction, project, and vendor management, along with facilities planning preferably with a public school district.
Experience in planning, bidding, implementing, monitoring, and closing out building renovation projects.
Effective leadership, organizational, communication, and budgetary skills.
Knowledge of blueprints, schematic drawings, and writing specifications.
Ability to organize, direct, supervise, evaluate, and discipline when appropriate, personnel involved in the operation of the physical plant of the school district.
Core Competencies: The Facilities Director will demonstrate excellence in seven (7) core competencies:
Facilities maintenance and management, including, but not limited to, effective work order and preventive maintenance systems.
Facilities capital improvement and construction, including, but not limited to, a complete and effective master plan within available resources.
Grounds management, including, but not limited to, agronomic and playground safety programs.
Housekeeping, including, but not limited to, a well-managed system for supplies and equipment, and established cleaning procedures.
Staff management, including, but not limited to, an established training program for staff and compliance with the Pennsylvania Worker and Community Right-to-Know law.
Environmental and safety issues, including, but not limited to, an Integrated Pest Management plan, AHERA matters, and a comprehensive security and workplace safety management program.
Benchmarking and data management, including, but not limited to, routine PASBO benchmarking surveys, Energy Star tracking of utility efficiency, and oversight of the district’s warehouse facility and mailroom operations.
Make recommendations concerning the selection of personnel, assignments, promotions, transfers, and terminations.
Direct the training, assignment, and evaluation of employees.
Prepare and manage the annual budget for each area of responsibility.
Prepare specifications, meet with vendors, and recommend purchases of capital equipment, materials, supplies, and contracted services, as required in cooperation with the Purchasing Department.
Establish and enforce inventory controls for supplies and equipment for each area of responsibility.
Direct the preparation of all federal and state reports relating to areas of responsibility.
Represent the District at appropriate meetings, seminars, and institutes as a participant or attendee.
Make recommendations for changes to Board policy when appropriate.
Plan and prepare agendas for the monthly Facilities Committee Meetings.
Prepare reports and file insurance claims relating to losses involving vandalism, illegal entries, motor vehicle accidents, and other similar events.
Serve on the District Safety Committee.
Knowledge of general trades involved in building maintenance and repair.
Possess thorough knowledge of local and national codes, as well as construction practices.
Prepare proposals and cost estimates for specific projects as assigned by the Business Administrator.
Investigate new products, equipment, and procedures for opportunities to economize and/or improve the level of service.
Direct the operation of the District mailroom, postage meter, and inter-school mail delivery.
Coordinate the use, allocation, and rental of school facilities in accordance with District policies.
Coordinate work by outside contractors and attend job meetings.
Terms of Employment:
Twelve month position.
Salary determined through the PASA Compensation Plan.
Application: Candidates interested in applying for this position must upload application documents through Pennsbury's online application process located here. Please upload a letter of interest, resume, copies of current clearances (PA Child Abuse, PA Criminal History, FBI Fingerprinting), and the Act 168 Form of 2014 when applying. Please upload online no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 22, 2020.
Please note that all applications and application documents must be submitted electronically through TalentEd per the instructions above for consideration. Paper applications sent to the Human Resources Department via email, fax, or U.S. mail will not be considered.
Pennsbury School District Director of Information Technology Job Summary: The Director of Information Technology understands and effectively communicates a vision for promoting a high achieving, technologically rich, educational environment for students and staff. The Director of Information Technology is responsible for the leadership, planning, coordination, communication, evaluation and monitoring of the District’s technology programs, including:
Student Information and Business Function Systems
Pennsylvania assessments, reporting and compliance systems, including PIMS, PVAAS, Compass, Cognos, TIMS, etc.
Network supervision and management
Technical Support for end users
Ensure Sustainability of One to One Chromebook Program
Monitor and adjust various Google Administration Console Settings
Hardware and Software acquisition and maintenance
Budget preparation, management, and control
Supervision of the Technology Department staff
Selection and Management of Technology Vendors
Ability to work in a 24/7 environment, when needed
Ensure district gets the full value of technology investments
Requirements Must Have:
A customer service orientation with ability to communicate effectively with all stakeholders, both orally and in writing
An understanding of student performance data analysis requirements
Fluency with hardware and software infrastructure technical requirements
Forward thinker who is adept at understanding the latest technology landscape and its applicability to the school district. This includes Cloud Technologies and Digital Transformation
Knowledge and understanding of standard Information Security and Data Privacy requirements
Demonstrated ability to create and function as a member of a high performing team
Experience implementing, managing, and migrating database systems
Current knowledge of applicable state and federal laws, rules and regulations regarding school technology systems; e.g. E-rate and Data Privacy
Familiarity with current educational technology developments; e.g. Blended and Virtual Learning Environments
History of strong working relationships with all levels of the organization to facilitate the use of technology for the improvement of student learning
Technology leadership and experience in a School District environment
Effective: July 1, 2020 Candidates interested in applying for this position must upload application documents through Pennsbury's website. Please upload a letter of interest, resume, three letters of recommendation, copies of current clearances (PA Child Abuse, PA Criminal History, FBI Fingerprinting), and the Act 168 Form of 2014 when applying. Please upload online no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 29, 2020. Please note that all applications and application documents must be submitted electronically through TalentEd per the instructions above for consideration. Paper applications sent to the Human Resources Department via email, fax, or U.S. mail will not be considered.
Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) Supervisor of Operations and Facilities
Job Summary: For nearly 50 years, the Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) has been providing leadership for the development of innovative and cost-effective programs and services to meet the needs of our county’s school communities. We are hiring a full time, Supervisor of Operations and Facilities and we invite you to become a part of a long-standing tradition of child-focused service that is the hallmark of DCIU.
Key Qualifications: As a member of the Administrative Leadership Team, the successful candidate must have facilities operations background experience, experience developing an efficient program to support the daily and long-term operational needs of personnel and facilities and experience in ensuring a safe and comfortable environment for students and staff. A key function of this position is to strategically develop and implement plans for sustainability of facilities and operations.
Act as county transportation coordinator and coordinate and assure DCIU transportation services are compliant with regulations.
Administer the operation of Delaware County Schools Joint Purchasing Board, DCIU bid process, and assess all related performance contracts to ensure best purchasing practices are followed.
Oversee DCIU building projects and develop, update, and implement long range facilities plans to provide a comprehensive overview of planned renovations, scheduled maintenance and equipment replacement.
Oversee the administration of the Cafeteria Services operations for DCIU and provide the organizational leadership and direction for custodians.
Oversee the operations at the Morton Education Service Center including short- and long-term building improvements.
Oversee and supervise the Head Start Facilities Coordinator to develop, monitor, and implement a maintenance schedule for all systems and facilities occupied by Head Start staff and students to ensure the efficient functioning of the program.
Compile data for the development of an operations budget (e.g. DCIU, Special Programs and Technical Education) and prepare a wide variety of often complex materials (e.g. plans, budgets, funding requests, reports, analyses, recommendations, procedures, etc.) for documenting activities and issues, meeting compliance requirements, providing audit references, making presentations, and/or providing supporting materials for requested actions.
Develop, evaluate and implement comprehensive programs (e.g. for DCIU facilities, care of ground around facilities, etc.) to ensure the cleanliness and maintenance of the DCIU facilities and compliance with federal, state and local environmental regulations.
Present information on a variety of topics related to administrative responsibilities to provide general information, train others, and implement actions.
Education & Skills:
Bachelor’s degree in job related area
Ability to organize and lead a team
Comfortable using MS Office
Excellent interpersonal skills
Salary and Benefits: DCIU rewards its team members with a competitive salary and an impressive range of benefits. Application: Apply for this job by clicking here.
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