The Facility Planning Analyst II performs activities involving space/building analysis based on program needs, develops conceptual planning documents, conceptual cost estimates and coordinates activities. Monitor inventory of furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E) for the District.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provides technical assistance to schools, service delivery areas, and Central Office staff regarding facilities needs and planning.
Investigates and makes recommendations relative to immediate facility concerns or problems. Work directly with school Principals and/or designated staff to develop project scope, prepare ballpark estimate, and complete planning activities associated with school initiated projects.
Assists in developing long term facility planning initiatives and their implementation including building capacity analysis, program placement, identify building modifications necessary to support programming, develop cost estimates.
Monitors inventory of district furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) including review of scrap request, coordinate the re-distribution of FF&E as needed, prepare and maintain specifications and standards for all district FF&E.
Prepares list of FF&E associated with new construction or major remodeling projects.
Responsible for preparing bid documents, receipt of and distribution of new FF&E.
Responsible for creating the educational specifications for all major additions, major renovations and new construction projects.
Provides design work for small remodeling projects.
Works closely with district staff to identify building needs to support educational programming.
Reviews plans and specifications prepared by internal and external architects to ensure that they reflect the project scope and are consistent with planning discussions, conceptual drawings and district standards.
Plans and coordinates occupancy activities related to program expansions, relocations and construction projects.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in architecture or related field.
Registration as a professional architect in the State of Wisconsin is desirable.
Must possess a valid State of Wisconsin driver's license and provide a properly insured automobile for use on the job.
Experience working in a multi-campus environment.
Minimum of five (5) years of experience in school and/or facility planning/programming, design and cost estimating.
Minimum three (3) years of experience in the operation of an AutoCAD work station and Microsoft Office Software programs and spreadsheets.
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