Under the direction of the Deputy Superintendent-Administrative Services, plan, organize, coordinate and direct the District's maintenance, operations, facilities, and transportation functions; assure efficient and cost-effective departmental operations; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel.
Direct, manage and administer all phases of the facilities and construction division of the District. Administer State mandated programs including the Pesticide Management Program, storm water pollution prevention plan, assist with compliance of Williams Act; participate and provide statistics and recommendations as a member of the Facilities Committee; participate with an Ad Hoc Committee which provides oversight in the administration of construction bonds; coordinate site surveys for potential funding sources; District liaison with the City of Torrance and Public Works Department to resolve traffic, parking problems, citizen complaints.
Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree in engineering, business administration or related field and five years of increasingly responsible experience in building operations, maintenance or student transportation including experience in a supervisory capacity. Strong education background with emphasis on engineering practices, minimum five years experience of construction management in industrial, commercial, residential construction and site development is desirable.
About Torrance Unified School District
The Torrance Unified School District consists of 17 elementary, 8 middle, 4 high schools, and 1 continuation and 1 alternative high school. The District also has 3 adult school campuses.
TUSD was established in 1947 and unified in 1948. Torrance Unified School District is nestled in the heart of the South Bay, in the south-western part of Los Angeles County. TUSD is bordered by the Palos Verdes Peninsula on the south, the beach cities - Redondo, Hermosa, and Manhattan Beach - to the west, and cities of Lawndale and Hawthorne to the north. The District serves the entire City of Torrance and is governed by five school board members.
The Torrance Unified School District strives to ensure that each and every student is educated and prepared to succeed in life. We are dedicated to maximizing individual potential and developing lifelong learners who will be contributing members in a global society.