San Diego – California
The employee will be responsible for directing and managing planning tasks, projects and initiatives, with a focus on transportation and sustainability planning, and providing technical and planning expertise to other staff and project teams in the office and across campus. The employee will also be responsible for collecting and managing planning data and developing and managing methods of tracking compliance and implementation activities.
Manage Planning Projects and Initiatives – Direct in-house and external resources for a variety of planning projects including campus master plans, transportation plans, space utilization studies, feasibility studies, and small scale design and construction projects. Tasks in this area may include managing projects, such as implementing the Campus Transportation Demand Management Program developing the climate action plan or leading teams for university planning initiatives.
Advise and Counsel on Planning topics in areas of expertise – Provide research, analysis, counsel and advice, in areas of expertise, to support other planning and design projects and initiatives for a variety of departments and teams across the university.
Manage planning data – Develop, maintain and manage space, facilities, real estate, transportation, capital and a variety of other planning data in support of planning office and customer activities. Planning data is used both for local planning projects and initiatives as well as recurring, mandated reports to government agencies and system office. Specific tasks may include developing and maintaining campus data systems such as facilities and property/real estate information, campus master plan updates, campus map updates; providing data and analysis to support planning activities, responding to ad hoc requests for data and analysis from a variety of customers, and working with other departments to ensure that planning data is available and current.
Tracking, Monitoring and Metrics – Develop and manage methods and systems to measure and track compliance and implementation activities. Examples include tracking implementation of the ADA transition plan, documenting and monitoring mitigations, limitations and project parameters established by CEQA actions, and measuring the results of TDM initiatives.
Experience and Education
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent professional experience) in Architecture, Planning, Engineering or a related field, coupled with a minimum of five years of professional experience in these disciplines, or a combination of applicable education and experience.
- Professional experience in areas of transportation, sustainability, space, facility, and/or capital planning.
- Professional experience working with educational institutions, preferably higher education.
- Familiarity with CSU or other California or state educational system reporting requirements and processes.
- GIS and/or other graphic/mapping and data analysis programs.
- Experience in multi-modal transportation planning and/or transportation demand management in a university or other institutional setting.
- Experience in sustainability or carbon reduction planning.
- Masters or Professional degree in architecture, planning or engineering.
- AIA, AICP PE or similar licenses or certifications desirable.
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