The Executive Director role is a newly restored position that will oversee a reorganized Office of Campus Planning professionals. The Executive Director will be responsible for leading all aspects of campus planning, design of landscapes, land use, new buildings, as well as additions and modifications to existing buildings and landscapes, in support of the mission of the University of Texas at Austin.
Working under the general supervision of and reporting to the Associate Vice President (AVP) of Facilities Planning & Management (FP&M), the Executive Director will provide vision, direction, technical expertise, and assistance to building programs, and is responsible for establishing and evaluating appropriate campus standards for facility planning, design, construction, and related services consistent with the Campus Master Plan. This position supervises and coordinates the long-range planning, project programming, cost estimating, staff, and technical assistance required to develop and implement the annual capital budget. Currently, the University of Texas at Austin has major capital projects in excess of $2 billion in design and construction.
The Executive Director will work closely with university leadership, colleges, campus business units, and others to lead an integrated approach to planning and development that ensures excellence and contextual consistency within specific functional areas and across the institution. This position promotes proactive coordination and collaboration between departments responsible for planning, real estate management, capital project delivery, renovations, utilities, maintenance, and operations.
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