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Capital Programs provides systemwide leadership and campus support in the following areas: capital budget strategy, policy and program recommendations to the Regents and the State of California; capital project design and delivery strategies, contract development and training; design professional selections; building/safety code and regulatory issues; land use and site planning, long-range development plans, CEQA compliance and environmental documents; sustainability; and real estate transactions.
The Capital and Space Analytics Coordinator provides analytical support in developing the Capital Financial Plan, analysis of proposed projects, and management of the UC Capital Program. The Coordinator will maintain and support the space database, coordinate the annual submittal of space data by UC campuses, and prepare space reports for internal and external audiences. In this role you will use your skills as experienced planning professional with an understanding of industry practices and a full range of planning skills and expertise to resolve a wide range of issues. You will also demonstrate good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for developing solutions, and will operate with considerable independence in concept planning.
Planning, Coordination, and Analysis in Support of the Capital Program - Provide analytical support to the Capital Planning unit in analyzing capital outlay requests for new buildings and renovations; analysis of the Capital Financial Plan. - Performs needs assessments for determining actual facilities, land use, and space characteristics. - Develops space utilization recommendations and solutions to unique project planning issues as needed. - Identify and analyze trends and space use changes that may affect the planning process and the capital program. - Research and compile data for space planning objectives. - Create complex reports from raw data regarding the use of space and compare and contrast such use with best practices.
Planning, Coordination, and Analysis in Support of the Space and Facilities Inventory database - Maintain the corporate space and facilities database to facilitate and expedite the usability, accuracy, and availability of data for campus planning and space utilization purposes. - Provide the annual update to the space and facilities inventory database, which contains detailed information about all structures (>5700) in use at UC campuses and locations, analyze data submitted by campuses annually and update the database's users guide for the reporting process. - Keeps abreast of technological developments, which are related to the development or modification of computerized systems; reviews, evaluates, and recommends support tools, software and related technology. - Conduct checks and maintenance of database tables, maintain system documentation, and prepare data extracts for other information systems. - Provide a measurement of utilization and efficiency of use of UC classrooms and class laboratories. - Recommends modifications to space procedures.
Review of Campus Submittals - Under supervision, provides support for the review of campus proposals and presentations intended for University or Regental approval as well as State-funded project phase submittals. Evaluates proposals and submittals, and identifies issues or concerns. Working with OP and campus staff, drafts project approvals and other complex documents.
Communication in Support of the Capital Program - Provide input and maintenance of the capital planning reports drawn from the Oracle capital projects database. - Responds to various requests for reports and documentation concerning the functional use of facilities and space to assist the University in short- and long-range planning. - Provide statistical and graphic supporting material, reports, and analyses as required.
Thorough working knowledge of the principles, practices, and methods of Space Management.
Strong analytical skills. Proficient in math, equation development, database manipulation, and use of formulas and functions in Excel. Ability to compile, analyze, and create computer models of data. Ability to analyze data and materials from various sources, develop valid conclusions, and formally present the analysis and recommendations to a targeted audience. Proficient in Microsoft Excel at the advanced level.
Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, including political acumen. Ability to proof documents independently and prepare documents for professional publishing. Proficient in Microsoft Word at the Intermediate level.
Strong organizational skills. Ability to keep complex records and files. Meticulous about details and accuracy of work. Strong organizational and time management skills, including meeting deadlines and working under pressure.
Experience in the higher education sector and/or public works contracting. Experience in a large complex organization with many stakeholders.
Working knowledge of data visualization tools (Tableau, Microsoft Power BI, etc.)
Technical experience in database systems development and maintenance.
Bachelor's degree in related area and 3 years of experience
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary: $100,000 - $117,000 commensurate with experience.
Career Tracks Title: Plng Spec 3, PSS Grade 23
Benefits: For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit: Benefits of Belonging
This position may be eligible for a on site, hybrid, or remote within California work arrangement. The employee may be required to report to work onsite in Oakland, CA on a regular schedule.
HOW TO APPLY
Please be prepared to attach a cover letter and resume with your application.
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