Minimum $72,283 to range midpoint of $88,547. Placement will generally not exceed the mid-point, based on qualifications, experience, and internal equity
Internal Number: req1182
For best consideration, apply by March 24, 2022; applications received after this date are not guaranteed a review.
This is a temporary position currently funded through June 30, 2023.
Under direction of management this position will have the opportunity to collaborate with a multifaceted team while helping PCC improve accessibility, equity, and inclusion throughout the college. As part of this work the position will work closely with the new ADA 504/Compliance Manager to prioritize and implement the college’s built-environment portion of the Transition Plan. This role will also help formulate standards to create more equitable spaces, be a college resource on ADA code for the built environment, manage ADA projects, and participate in capital projects.
The Office of Planning & Capital Construction (P&CC) oversees land use and development planning with a college-wide perspective, including the design and construction of facilities funded by bond measures. We work with both internal and external PCC stakeholders to promote equitable access to all of our locations.
These qualifications, skills and abilities are critical for success in this position. Throughout the screening process, you will be evaluated based on the demonstration of these qualifications.
Experience working with the ADA Standards for Accessible Design, the Oregon Structural Specialty Code, and ICC A117.
Demonstrated ability to promote design beyond the minimum ADA code to provide the end user (students/staff/community) with access that exceeds their basic needs.
Demonstrated experience with and understanding of the principles of universal/inclusive design.
Experience presenting, facilitating discussions, and coordinating large stakeholder groups both within the organization and with external stakeholders.
To be considered, your application must demonstrate these minimum qualifications. (Experience is calculated based on the start and end dates you provide multiplied by the number of hours per week worked).
Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering, Project Management, Interior Design or other related field AND Two years of directly related experience as a contributing member of a project team is required; experience with capital projects is preferred. Verifiable internships will be considered.
OR Bachelor’s degree AND four years (4) directly related experience as a contributing member of a project team; experience with capital projects is preferred. Verifiable internships will be considered.
OR Six years (6) directly related experience as a contributing member of a project team; experience with capital projects is preferred. Verifiable internships will be considered.
Experience working within a campus type environment, preferably a multi-site organization.
Experience with disability and wayfinding needs for various disabilities, with the understanding of end-user goals. For example, ADA needs for construction work zones.
Ability to prioritize, look at big picture scenarios, and weigh where resources should be spent to provide the best outcome that benefits the most people.
Experience implementing an existing transition plan
Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain excellent and effective working relationships
Ability to problem solve both independently and collaboratively
Demonstrated ability to show initiative and take on tasks and responsibilities at appropriate times
Competency in managing multiple projects in a fast paced environment
Portland Community College spans portions of 5 counties for the benefit of over 68,000 students annually. PCC supports student success by delivering access to quality education while advancing economic development and promoting sustainability in a collaborative culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. To fulfill its mission, the college focuses on these core themes: Access and Student Success; Economic Development and Sustainability; Quality Education; and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.