Los Angeles Community College District

Facilities Systems Analyst (BIM, CMMS, & GIS SYSTEMS) (#3190)

$38.59-$47.81 hourly / $6,689.24-$8,286.80 monthly / $80,270.88-$99,441.60 annual


Definition

Creates and manages data, drawings, models, and documentation maintained in a variety of facilities management systems including but not limited to BIM, AutoCad, CMMS, and GIS and provides data, reports, and analysis to support facilities planning and management decisions and reporting requirements.

Typical Duties

Creates and updates digital renderings and fly-through models of college facilities, structures, and grounds which include both structural, interior, and exterior architectural elements and mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and energy system elements.

Provides Auto Cad drafting/BIM modeling and design support for building trades personnel engaged in the planning, design, and/or execution of A&I and scheduled maintenance projects.

Consults with District staff and outside architects, engineers, contractors, and vendors in the creation and maintenance of construction and as-built plans and models and related documentation.

Prepares specifications, cost estimate documents, bidding documents, and technical reports for facilities projects.

Troubleshoots field issues encountered by district personnel and outside contractors and vendors.

Performs field verification and photography.

Generates data and reports and provides operational analysis related to facilities performance metrics, capital construction projects, and space inventory.

Participates in college safety, ADA, and emergency planning by generating safety logs and protocols, logistical renderings, and risk/hazard data, analysis, and reports.

Assists in the development and update of size, form, character, image, and environmental data for the college Master Plan.

Organizes, maintains, and monitors the information of the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) at a college which generates and tracks data related to: work order reporting, maintenance history, legally required logs, maintenance scheduling, maintenance and repair conventions, labor and materials cost, and assets and parts management.

Generates preventative maintenance schedules, work orders, equipment/supply lists, product data sheets, warranties, parts lists, and other information to support field decisions, operations, and repair activities.

Assists staff from other college units by providing maps, drawings, space inventory, room availability, room characteristics, and utilization data, analysis, and reports.

Maintains libraries of legacy hard-copy documents such as maps, drawings, plans, field documents, warranties, and photographs.

Serves as the primary liaison between end users and supported systems for questions, functionality, access, support, training, and documentation.

Consults with information technology staff in the design, update, and troubleshooting of facilities management systems.

Performs related duties as assigned.

Distinguishing Characteristics

A Facilities Systems Analyst (BIM, CMMS, & GIS) creates and manages data, drawings, models, and documentation maintained in a variety of facilities management systems including but not limited to BIM, AutoCAD, CMMS, and GIS and provides data, reports, and analysis to support facilities planning and management decisions and reporting requirements.

A Maintenance and Operations Standards Coordinator plans, develops, and coordinates the implementation of standards, guidelines, and training for maintenance and operations programs of District facilities and infrastructures in a manner that will maximize the life, usefulness, and cost effectiveness of these facilities; manages the District's Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS).

A Director of College Facilities plans, coordinates, evaluates, and directs the building maintenance, alteration, and repair, custodial, and grounds and equipment maintenance operations activities of a college; participates in the planning, design, review, and integration of construction projects.

Supervision

General supervision is received from a Director of College Facilities. Immediate supervision may be exercised over student interns and student assistants.

Class Qualifications

Knowledge of:

Principles and design techniques involved in production of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings, and models

Architectural and engineering design, documentation, and detailing practices

Practical application of the principles, technology, and tools of architecture and engineering

Building systems and mechanics

Principles and methods of project management

Principles of facilities and systems lifecycle management

Practices of the building and construction trades

Applicable laws and regulations related to building maintenance and construction including but not limited to Title 24, AQMD, LEED, and ADA

Capabilities of computer hardware and software used to support facilities maintenance

Skill in:

Use of CAD and BIM systems such as AutoDesk AutoCAD, ADT, AutoDesk Building Systems, AutoDesk Revit Suite, Bentley Systems, GIS, ProjectWise, iModel composer, Civil 3D

Use of facilities management systems such as CMMS and FUSION

Use of MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

Ability to:

Manage the interoperability and integration of BIM, CMMS, GIS, and other facilities management systems and tools

Maintain data, model, and document quality and integrity

Manage data and ensure proper QA/QC protocols are implemented

Establish documented processes, procedures, and workflows

Read and understand architectural, mechanical, electrical, structural, and civil drawings, as well as related specifications

Translate large scale concepts and projects into work products requiring high level of accuracy and detail

Balance a wide array of tasks, responsibilities and priorities efficiently and simultaneously

Collect and analyze complex data and devise practical solutions to complex problems

Make sound decisions within established guidelines

Effectively communicate and present technical information and concepts to a diverse group of clients

Train and provide technical assistance to others

Work effectively in a team environment

Travel to on-site and off-site meetings

Learn the characteristics of new systems and update skills to adapt to changing technology

Entrance Qualifications

Education and experience:

A. A bachelor's degree from a recognized college or university with a major in architecture, engineering, construction management, building science, building technology, or a related field. AND One year of recent, full-time, paid experience in building information modeling (BIM) in an architectural, engineering, or facilities management environment. Experience in the use of facilities management systems is desirable.

OR

B. An associate degree or its equivalent from a recognized college or university with a major in building information modeling, computer aided drafting, or a related field. AND three years of recent, full-time, paid experience in building information modeling (BIM) in an architectural, engineering, or facilities management environment. Experience in the use of facilities management systems is desirable.

OR

C. Graduation from high school AND Five years of recent, full-time, paid experience in building information modeling (BIM) in an architectural, engineering, or facilities management environment. Experience in the use of facilities management systems is desirable.

OR

D. Any equivalent combination of education and experience noted above.

Special:

A valid Class "C" California driver's license.

Travel to locations throughout the District is required.

Reasonable Accommodations

Our class specification generally describes the duties, responsibilities, and requirements characteristic of the position(s) within this job class. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a particular position within this class may vary from the duties of other positions within the class.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Los Angeles Community College District provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with covered disabilities on a case-by-case basis throughout the application, examination, and hiring processes and throughout employment. If an individual is in doubt about his or her ability to perform the duties and responsibilities of a position or possession of any other requirement noted in a class specification or job announcement, he or she should always apply for a position and request reasonable accommodation at the appropriate time.

 


CLASS: 3190; EST: ; REV: 3/27/2019;