Posting Number: S004279
Full Time/Part Time: Full-time
Department: Policy & Planning:H0017
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Executive Director of Academic Space Planning & Analysis is a leadership position in the Office of Institutional Planning & Analysis reporting directly to the Associate Provost. The Executive Director will serve as the Division of Academic Affairs principal officer with respect to evaluating the utilization of, and needs for, academic space on campus in support of decisions regarding the allocation of research space, course scheduling, classroom scheduling, and facilities renovation/expansion projects proposed by the UH colleges.
The Executive Director will also work collaboratively with the Office of Facilities Planning & Construction and the Division of Research to ensure that facilities projects are executed within budget and in a timely manner, and that campus master planning activities align with the academic goals of the university.
Develop and manage a system for analyzing the utilization of instructional, research and office space in academic facilities on campus.
Develop space utilization performance metrics and reports that assist the Provost and other campus leaders in making planning decisions and resource allocations concerning space.
Work with the colleges and Registrar’s Office to ensure that course scheduling and classroom scheduling optimize the utilization of instructional space, credit hour generation, and the availability of classes for students in order to promote timely graduation.
Evaluate college proposals for facilities renovation and expansion to ensure that they align with the academic goals of the institution and are reasonable/appropriate in terms of resource and square footage requirements.
Serve as the Academic Affairs representative on college facilities projects executed by the Office of Facilities Planning & Construction.
Work collaboratively with the Division of Research on facilities projects involving the renovation and construction of laboratories to ensure they reflect the priorities and expectations of the Provost and deans.
Serve as the Academic Affairs liaison to the Office of Facilities Planning & Construction in campus master planning, capital construction planning, and deferred maintenance planning to ensure that these activities reflect the academic goals of the university.
Requires a directly job-related 4 year degree from a college or university or an equivalent in-depth specialized training program that is directly related to the type of work being performed.
Requires a minimum of five (5) years of directly job-related experience.
- Master’s degree or higher preferred, preferably in Architecture or a related planning discipline.
Additional Posting Information:
The following documents are required:
- Cover letter delineating the manner in which your work experience applies to the posting.
- Complete UH application with salary history.
NOTE: Work references will be requested later in the review process.
NOTE: We will maintain your confidentiality and notify you in advance of making contact with any of your references. References will be contacted only after the hiring process has been completed.
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