The Board of Equalization (BOE), Administrative Support Division is recruiting for a Staff Services Manager II to serve as the Manager for the Space and Lease Management Section (SLMS). This position oversees and directs all aspects of space planning, provides technical expertise and project management oversight on complex facility projects. The SSM II reports directly the Facility Management Branch (FMB) Chief (Staff Services Manager III) and acts for the Branch Chief in his/her absence. This position is responsible for the development of the Headquarter Space Utilization Master Plan and Field Office Facility Master Plan which includes estimating and projecting rent costs, expansions, alterations, office relocations and modular furniture costs. The incumbent represents the SLMS with control agencies and private industry regarding State and leased office space policies and procedures. The SSM II will also assist the FMB Chief with the BOE Headquarters’ Renovation and Relocation project.
Applicants must also submit a “Statement of Qualifications” for this position. The Statement of Qualifications must be limited to one page and address the candidate’s experience in the following areas:
Managing complex facility projects.
Managing multi-million dollar Facility budget
Collaborating with internal and external stakeholders.
All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted.
The position is located in a high-rise building.
Travel required 10% of the time.
290 - 321 - 4801 - 004
ASD/Facilities Management Branch
Final Filing Date:
ASD/Facilities Management Branch 450 N Street, MIC: 21 Sacramento, CA 95814
Amanda Towers (916) 323-9066
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