DIRECTOR, PHYSICAL PLANT & FACILITIES
Within a mutually agreeable time, as soon as possible
after acceptance of the position.
Under the direction of a college Vice President or
designee, this position is responsible for planning,
organizing and directing overall campus facilities
programs and maintenance operations and for
coordinating and supervising campus auxiliary
services as assigned.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Plan, organize and direct the overall facilities
programs and maintenance operations functions for a
college campus, including facilities management,
campus maintenance and operations, and various
auxiliary services; evaluate the effectiveness of
facilities programs, maintenance operations and
assigned auxiliary services; develop and implement
plans and procedures to facilitate and improve
operations and activities.
Direct and coordinate campus facilities development,
preventative maintenance and special repair projects,
including all major infrastructure such as HVAC
systems, fire alarm systems, parking lots and storm
drains; coordinates the preparation of project
proposals; direct and coordinate campus construction
and contracting activities, including planning and
procurement of services, evaluation of proposals, and
development of contracts to secure professional
services and products; direct and coordinate campus
facilities use and process contractual agreements
related to the use of facilities.
Initiate, review and approve specifications, work
orders, service requests, change orders, claims, stop
notices, time sheets, requisitions and other
documents related to assigned programs, operations
and activities; develop, prepare and maintain a variety
of detailed and comprehensive reports, records and
files related to assigned programs, operations and
Coordinate the preparation of the campus annual
space inventory; manage key inventory, issuance and
control; maintain inventory control of campus
equipment; direct and coordinate the use and
maintenance of campus vehicles.
Direct and coordinate campus environmental, safety
and training programs, including illness and injury
prevention, hazardous materials, and emergency
response; manage the campus hazardous waste
program; inspect facilities and grounds for safety
hazards and maintenance needs and determine
maintenance priorities; direct and coordinate the
implementation of the campus energy management
Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget
for maintenance and operations activities, utilities,
capital outlay and other assigned programs; monitor
and control budget expenditures; direct the
preparation and maintenance of detailed and
comprehensive reports, records and files regarding
programs, operations and activities.
Maintain communication with college and District
personnel, vendors, governmental agencies, and
various outside organizations to exchange
information, resolve conflicts and issues and
coordinate the activities of assigned programs and
Organize, attend, or chair a variety of administrative
and staff meetings as required; serve on committees
and special projects as assigned; coordinate
programs and services as appropriate with other
District and college personnel.
Train, supervise, evaluate and direct the work of
personnel as assigned; participate in selection and
Plan, organize and arrange appropriate training and
staff development activities; provide orientation for
Learn and apply emerging technologies and
advances (e.g., computer software applications) as
necessary to perform duties in an efficient, organized
and timely manner.
Perform related duties as assigned.
In addition to the essential functions, the Director,
Physical Plant and Facilities may be assigned
responsibility for the coordination and supervision of
auxiliary services such as campus safety and security
operations, campus mail services, campus production
services, and campus receiving and warehousing
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Public Administration
or a related field from a regionally accredited
Demonstrated experience in administering facilities
and maintenance operations functions, including
buildings and grounds.
Demonstrated experience with facilities planning and
management, including scheduled maintenance and
Minimum three (3) years of increasingly responsible
management experience in facilities, maintenance
and operations functions.
Administrative experience in public higher education,
preferably at a community college.
Demonstrated experience coordinating short and long
range capital improvement projects, including
familiarity with the California Community College
Chancellor’s Office facilities funding processes.
Experience implementing Sustainability Programs,
including Energy and Water Conservation Efforts.
Experience coordinating/linking Educational Master
Plans with Facilities Planning.
Knowledge of Federal and State Building Standards,
including Division of State Architects (DSA)
This is a designated classified management position
subject to a oneyear
probationary period. The initial
salary placement range is $97,041 $
contract, plus an additional
$2,600 annually for an earned doctorate from an
accredited institution. Initial salary placement will be
determined by the Office of Human Resources in
accordance with Board Policy and is not negotiable.
The District is a participating agency in the CalPERS
Hospital and Medical Care plan which allows eligible
employees to select from several plans for their
hospital and medical care. The District pays the full
cost of the employeeonly
health insurance premium
for the plan selected by the employee. In addition,
the District provides a discretionary fringe benefit
allowance that may be allocated toward the premium
cost of eligible dependent health insurance, dental
insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, accident
insurance, income protection insurance, and available
Reference Job #FCM998 in all correspondence.
Download the District Classified Management
Application on our website at http://www.nocccd.edu,
or email requests to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the
Human Resources Office at (714) 8084810.
application materials must be submitted with the
District Classified Management Application as a
A complete application package MUST include the
1. Completed District Classified Management
2. Letter of interest which demonstrates written
communication skills and addresses the
qualifications relevant to the position.
3. Resume describing educational background and
4. Undergraduate AND graduate college transcripts
(may be unofficial). The award of all degrees
must be verifiable on a legible transcript.
Evaluations of foreign degrees and/or course
work are required. See our website at
www.nocccd.edu/Employment for information
regarding evaluation of foreign degrees.
Incomplete application packages and/or
applications without signatures will not be
considered. Failure to sign and to complete all fields
in the General Information section of the application
will be considered an incomplete application. All
mandatory supplemental forms must be completed
and returned with the application.
All submitted materials become the property of the
North Orange County Community College District and
will be considered for this position only. The District
will not return or make photocopies of application
materials. Applicant bears the sole responsibility for
ensuring that the application package is complete
when submitted. Materials submitted independently
of the application package will not be accepted.
Submit application package to:
Human Resources Office
North Orange County Community College District
1830 W. Romneya Dr.
Anaheim, CA 92801
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS
Application package must be received by 5:00 pm,
November 12, 2013. Postmarks will not be honored.
Application packages received after the closing
deadline will not be accepted. The District does NOT
accept application materials by fax or email.
The Hiring Committee will paper screen applications
and select a limited number of candidates for an
interview. This process will take several weeks. At
the time of the interview a presentation and/or a
written exercise related to the assignment may be
required. Subsequent to the interviews, the Hiring
Committee will determine those candidates for final
consideration. A second interview may be required of
candidates selected as finalists. Possession of the
minimum qualifications DOES NOT ensure an
Reasonable accommodations for applicants with
disabilities may be requested by calling (714) 8084821
at least three (3) business days in advance of
the scheduled examination/interview date. The
candidate selected for employment will be required to
provide the following: official transcripts and
verification of experience prior to the first duty day;
identification and eligibility for employment within
three (3) days of employment, pursuant to the
Immigration Reform and Control Act; fingerprints and
required medical certification pursuant to statute.
NOCCCD will not sponsor any visa applications.
FULLERTON COLLEGE – “Excellence. Elevated.”
Founded in 1913, Fullerton College is the oldest
community college in continuous operation in
California. As one of five institutions of higher
learning in the city of Fullerton, the college is an
integral part of a complex higher education system.
campus features instructional buildings
that include conventional classrooms as well as
laboratory facilities for science, art, computer
technology, photography, automotive services,
physical education and other specialized programs. A
full complement of athletic fields and facilities
surrounds the campus. Dr. Rajen Vurdien is the
Fullerton College offers its students a comprehensive
academic experience, in a real college setting. We
are committed to quality education in all areas of
study, ranging from transferlevel
courses to career
certificate programs. These programs, coupled with
our full complement of student support services and
excellent faculty virtually ensure student success.
Fullerton College is a designated HispanicServing
Institution authorized under Title V of the Higher
Education Act. The College recognizes the value of
diversity in the academic environment of students, as
well as faculty and staff, in promoting mutual
understanding and respect, and in providing suitable
role models for students.
Fullerton College – Excellence. Elevated. Fullerton
College can be found on the web at www.fullcoll.edu.
NOCCCD – “Greatness. Achieved.”
The mission of the North Orange County Community
College District is to serve and enrich our
communities and inspire lifelong
providing education that is exemplary, relevant, and
Two of the state’s premiere colleges and most
extensive continuing education program combine to
provide the quality educational programming of the
North Orange County Community College District
(NOCCCD). Nearly 70,000 students enroll each term
at Cypress College, Fullerton College, and the School
of Continuing Education. College students are able to
shape their futures in programs leading to associate
degrees, vocational certificates, and transfer
learning also is possible in
continuing education programs that range from high
school completion and basic skills mastery through an
array of vocational training and selfdevelopment
courses. The NOCCCD campuses serve an area of
over one million diverse people – each pursuing their
own, unique ambitions. The NOCCCD – Greatness.
The District is governed by a sevenmember
Trustees, elected at large by registered voters
residing in the District. The Chancellor is Dr. Ned
Doffoney. The total District budget for 201213
Cypress College and Fullerton College offer associate
degrees, vocational certificates, and transfer
education as well as developmental instruction and a
broad array of specialized training.
The School of Continuing Education offers a variety of
academic, training, and enrichment opportunities,
including: high school completion, basic skills
mastery, vocational certificates, and selfdevelopment
The North Orange County Community College District, in compliance with all
applicable Federal and State laws, does not discriminate on the basis of race,
color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, age, religion, disability, sex, or
sexual orientation in any of its policies, procedures, or practices. The District is
also committed to maintaining campuses that are free of harassment, drugs, and
alcohol. A copy of the District’s full policy on nondiscrimination,
harassment, sexual assault treatment and counseling and maintenance of a
environment is available online at www.nocccd.edu.