Judicial Council of California
JOB TITLE: MANAGER (Building Official, Quality Compliance)
LOCATION: SAN FRANCISCO/SACRAMENTO
JOB OPENING #: 5332
The Judicial Council of California is accepting applications for the position of Manager (Building Official, Quality Compliance) for the Facilities Services office.
The Quality Compliance Manager will be responsible to the Judicial Council of California for enhancement of the provisions of the California Building Standards Code in all judicial branch facilities. The Manager performs the duties and exercises the powers set forth in the California Building Code for Building Official. The Manager’s role includes direct oversight and review of the entire documentation and physical inspection phase of the workflow process and working with other in-house personnel (e.g. project managers, facility managers, etc.) and external personnel (e.g. architects, general contractors, plan review consultants and project inspection service providers, etc.) to produce and document a quality product.
The Manager is responsible to assure that the technical application of applicable standards of design and construction including architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing elements are complied with during design and construction or alteration of judicial branch buildings and facilities. The Manager reports directly to the Director for the sake of assuring that a conflict of interest does not occur among the productivity, schedule, and the quality objectives of the projects. This position manages the work of (1) administrative specialist, and (1) Facilities Supervisor in its Quality Compliance subunit (Inspection Services) and (1) Facilities Supervisor in its Quality Assurance subunit.
The Judicial Council strives for work life balance and includes substantial vacation and holiday time. In addition, we offer an excellent benefits package including pension, medical, dental, and vision coverage, flexible spending, $130 monthly stipend toward public transit commuting costs, and retirement savings plans. In San Francisco, the office is only a 7-minute walk from the Civic Center BART station in downtown San Francisco. In Sacramento, the office is located minutes from downtown, just north of Discovery Park.
The successful candidate will be expected to work in the San Francisco or Sacramento office.
· Design, develop and manage a comprehensive quality management program to ensure the quality of design, materials, construction process, and closeout of a capital project or facility modification once approved for design and construction:
– Develop and communicate policies, procedures, and guidelines necessary to communicate the capital program quality program to Facilities Services planners and project managers, architects, construction managers, general contractors and their subcontractors, plan review firms, and project inspection firms;
– Collaborate with Facilities Services project managers to establish a plan to provide the quality management resources for each project and establish an appropriate budget for those resources;
– Provide, through existing contracts, and/or through project architects and general contractors, and/or through consulting firms, the resources necessary to implement the project quality management plan for each project or facility modification;
– Direct the work of the quality management staff in that portion of the quality program that is provided by Facilities Services staff;
– Establish a process and metrics to monitor, control and report on the quality of the process and product for each the project using established tools and techniques.
· Design, develop and manage a program to inspect construction work in progress on both capital projects and facility modifications that assures all inspection requirements of the Trial Courts Facilities Design Standards, the California Building Standards Codes, and the construction documents are performed by the party responsible, and when remedial action is required that such action is completed;
– Develop a program wide matrix of required inspections by construction element and project sequence to serve as a basis for establishing the inspection plan for an individual project, to include a final pre-occupancy inspection and periodic inspection throughout the closeout and warranty phase of the project;
– Develop for each approved capital project and facility modification, in collaboration with the Facilities Services project manager, architect, and general contractor a project specific inspection plan and establish an appropriate budget for the services required;
– Design, develop and communicate the project inspection plan, in the form of a project specific manual, to the Facilities Services project manager, the architect, the general contractor and its subcontractors, the project inspector, and the special inspection and material testing firm;
– Collaborate with the Accounting and Procurement unit to establish contracts with firm(s) to provide project inspection, and special inspection and material testing necessary to implement the inspection plan for each project;
– Review Engineering Specialists’ (senior construction inspectors) reports, daily logs, comments and findings for materiality, consistency, and conformity.
· Provide the Facilities Services office and its Facility Operations unit, either directly or by assignment to quality management unit staff, subject matter expertise in fire, accessibility, and general building code interpretation and compliance:
– Maintains formal liaison with the California Building Standards Commission, State Fire Marshal State Architect, and the Corrections Standards Authority to remain current on all elements of codes and standards affecting the JCC, trial court and appellate court facilities;
– Researches other applicable statutes, regulations, and codes that affect the planning, design, construction, accident investigation and analysis, and facility safety requirements.
· Collaborate with the State Fire Marshal, State Architect, and Corrections Standards Authority to facilitate coordinated plan review, approvals, inspections, and Certificates of Occupancy:
– Maintain continuous communication with the State Fire Marshal, State Architect, and Correctional Standards Authority to advise the agency on the status of all capital projects and facility modifications requiring agency review and/or inspection;
– Establish a process between the State Fire Marshall, State Architect, and Correctional Standards Authority, and Facilities Services project managers and their design professionals to schedule and prioritize the need for review on construction documents and inspections, to minimize project schedule delay.
· Provide management and subject matter expertise in the Real Estate and Facility Operations units with Facilities Services:
– Act as the State Water Board – Legally Responsible Person;
– Provide accessibility and ADA subject matter expertise to project managers and facility managers;
– Serve as a member of the Injury and Illness Prevention Program Working Group (IIPP);
– Participate in document control and records management committee within Facilities Services.
· Supervisory duties:
– Recommends selection of staff;
– Trains staff and proposes internal and external training courses and workshops;
– Provides career development and planning for staff;
– Approves time off requests;
– Reviews and approves time sheets;
– Evaluates employee performance and conducts performance reviews; and
– Administers discipline as required.
Bachelor’s degree, and five (5) years of professional-level analytical or managerial experience in assigned function including, but not limited to, program analysis, development, implementation, research, and advising, including at least two (2) years of supervisory experience. An additional four years of professional experience in the assigned function may substitute for the bachelor’s degree. Or, additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
Master’s degree in a directly related field for the assigned discipline, and two (2) years of professional-level analytical or managerial experience in assigned function including, but not limited to, program analysis, development, implementation, research, and advising, including at least two (2) years of supervisory experience.
Two years in a supervisor classification with the Judicial Council of California, or two years of experience performing the duties of a class comparable in the level of responsibility to that of a supervisor classification in a California Superior Court or California state-level government entity, or two years as a Legislative Advocate, Labor & Employee Relations Officer, or Senior Project Manager with the Judicial Council of California and a) completion of training courses on topics related to effective supervision within 6 months of promotion; or b) one year of previous supervisory experience.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
– The position assigned to Quality Compliance performs the duties and exercises the powers set forth in the California Building Code for Building Official. This position is required to hold a Professional Engineer or Architect license.
Please note: if you are selected for hire, verification of employment eligibility or authorization to work in the United States will be required.
HOW TO APPLY
To ensure consideration of your application for the earliest round of interviews, please apply by 5:00 P.M. on May 21, 2021. This position requires the submission of our official application, a resume and a response to the supplemental questions.
To complete an online application, please visit http://www.courts.ca.gov/careers.htm and search for JO#5332.
The Judicial Council provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities who request such accommodation. Reasonable accommodation needs should be requested through Human Resources at (415) 865-4260. Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (415) 865-4272.
PAYMENT & BENEFITS
$8,428.00 – $12,643.00 per month
(Starting salary will be $8,428.00 per month)
Some highlights of our benefits package include:
· Health/Dental/Vision benefits program
· 13 paid holidays per calendar year
· Choice of Annual Leave or Sick/Vacation Leave
· 1 personal holiday per year
· $130 transit pass subsidy per month
· CalPERS Retirement Plan
· 401(k) and 457 deferred compensation plans
· Employee Assistance Program
· Basic Life and AD&D Insurance
· FlexElect Program
· Pretax Parking
· Long Term Disability Program (employee paid/optional)
· Group Legal Plan (employee paid/optional)
The Judicial Council of California Is an Equal Opportunity Employer.