Job Type: Full-Time, 12-Month Department: Operations Reports to: Head of School
Position Overview As The Cambridge School continues to grow, we are looking for a Director of Facilities, a multi-skilled individual, responsible for leading the long-term strategy, planning, and construction of our future campus. This position is an executive position with strong analytical skills whose responsibilities include shaping the organization’s overall business strategy, developing strategic plans and assessing organizational performance, and conducting research and data analysis to inform business decisions.
Essential Functions: • Synthesize the qualitative and quantitative programming needs for TCS over the next 10-15 years into a comprehensive Facilities Plan document/database that identifies o Facilities constraints and timing o Alternative on-site and off-site solutions to mitigate constraints in advance o Projected implementation schedules and costs o Strategic plan for acquisition of land and future building of the TCS campus • Implement Facilities Plan as directed by Head of School o Employ analytical and negotiating skill to interactions with contractors and vendors o Manage multiple projects simultaneously and see through to completion o Interface with the city, lobbyists, architects, land-use consultants, lawyers, accountants, tenants, insurance personnel etc. o Follow through on all aspects of action items that arise from meetings
Qualifications and Skills: • Bachelor’s degree required. • 5+ years’ experience in facilities and project management position • Broad business experience • Able to read, understand and explain building plans and complex legal documents • Proven leadership skills • Impeccable verbal and written communication skills; able to synthesize complex ideas and plans into simple and understandable terms • Effective time and project management skills.
About The Cambridge School
The Cambridge School seeks to provide a distinctly Christian education in the classical tradition which equips students to know, love, and practice that which is true, good, and beautiful and thus prepares them to live purposefully and intelligently in service of God and neighbor.