Job Function: Facilities Manager
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Lake Travis Independent School District
Texas, United States (on-site)
30+ days ago
Lake Travis Independent School District
Texas, United States
30+ days ago
Job Function
Facilities Manager


Primary Function: Under the direction of the Director of Facilities and Construction, performs 
management duties related to the design, construction, and coordination of district bond projects. 
Assists in the management of conservation and optimization of District’s energy resources, facilities 
compliance with applicable codes and standards, and construction.
Energy Management and Scheduling:
Assists in the training and implementation of the District’s Energy Management software
Provides daily support to district employees in all matters relating to HVAC controls, 
scheduling and coordination with the District’s Maintenance Department staff
Assists Engineers and Designers in the design of current and future Mechanical, Electrical, 
and Plumbing (MEP) systems
As necessary, assists with after-hours (nights or weekends) HVAC/DDC controls 
troubleshooting and scheduling.
Prepares quarterly and annual reports on Energy Management for the Board and district 
Construction Administration
Attends regularly scheduled and called construction meetings
Performs periodic construction inspection visits to project sites to ensure compliance with the 
construction contract documents
Reviews payment applications against actual work in place on site and in storage 
Prepares communication documents, memos, letters, and emails as required to communicate 
with the construction contractors, architects, and engineers
Assists with preparation of financial statements relative to bond expenditure status on 
construction projects
Assists with preparation of progress reports, financial statements and budget amendments for 
presentation to the board
Develops and implements action plans to assess and update as necessary all district facilities to 
ensure compliance with Accessibility and Building code standards
Serves as the primary liaison contact between the Maintenance Department and Bond Project 
construction contractors 
Provides liaison with Technology and Maintenance departments on facility access controls, 
facility intrusion alarm systems and facility video surveillance systems
Assists in preparation of punch lists at project substantial completion phase
Monitors and documents project close-out status, including the logging of as-built documents, 
operation and maintenance manuals, and other close-out documents
Tracks and coordinates all facility warranty issues 
Bond Preparation and Planning
Assists with planning for future bond elections
Identifies areas throughout the District needing upgrades and/or replacement for scheduling
on Maintenance list to be done and for placement in future bond program scope
Coordinates with consultants to incorporate energy saving components into existing and new 
Assists with completing current bond programs and scoping for future bond programs
Conducts physical audits and evaluations of buildings, both interior and exterior, and site
Coordinates safety update work at facilities as needed
Works with the Director of Purchasing to prepare RFP’s, solicit proposals, and award 
construction contracts for small construction projects
Records Management
Organizes and manages the facility plan and document archives library (both hard copies and 
digital archives)
Compiles, maintains, and files all project correspondence, reports, records, and other 
documents as required
Safety and Security
Coordinates Safety and Security related work with the District’s Safety and Security Director, 
Technology, Contractors, Engineers, and designers
Demonstrates behavior that is professional, ethical and responsible
Serves as a role model for all district staff
Participates in approved professional development opportunities
Performs other duties as assigned by the director
Maintains Confidentiality
Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of:
Construction management related software
Construction terms, means and methods
Google, spreadsheet and word processing programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Oral and written communication skills
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy
Methods of collecting and organizing data and information
Operation of a computer and assigned software
District and department policies and procedures
Relevant federal and state laws and requirements
Ability to:
Work with numbers and calculators to review and approve payment applications, change 
proposals, and cost analyses
Learn new software applications
Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing
Maintain regular and consistent attendance
Develop, plan and organize daily operations
Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action
Plan and organize work to meet schedules and time lines
Work independently with little direction 
Education/Licenses/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Construction, Design or 
Engineering preferred. Minimum of 10 years of design, construction supervision, project 
management and construction administration experience. Demonstrated expertise in issues 
pertaining to construction project management of medium to large construction projects. Experience 
in the construction of MEP related work and the ability to work with Architects and Engineers and 
Working Conditions: 
Mental Demands: Self-motivated, perform tasks with little or no supervision; work with frequent 
interruptions; able to manage multiple complex projects concurrently; maintain emotional control 
under stress; ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written); coordinate district support 
Physical Demands/Environmental Factors: Lifting/carrying – 15-44 pounds; frequent sitting, 
standing, walking, climbing, stooping/crouching/kneeling, pulling/pushing, reaching; repetitive 
hand motions; prolonged use of computer; speaking clearly; occasional district-wide, state-wide travel; 
work occasional irregular hours and prolonged hours.
Physical Conditions – involves both inside work in conditioned spaces and unconditioned outside 
work at construction sites and at incomplete construction projects
Attend after hours Board of Trustees meetings as required, CLASS meetings, Bond Committee as 
necessary/as required.
Calendar and Salary Range: 225 workdays. See current hiring pay grade on the Admin
Compensation Plan. 
Revised: 11-9-23 
The foregoing statements describe the general function and responsibilities assigned to this job and 
are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be 

Job ID: 72182114

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