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Facilities Development Supervisor


Salt Lake City, UT, United States


May 2, 2023



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Under the guidance of the Director of Real Estate & TOC (“Director”), oversees the strategic planning, implementation, and management of UTA’s facilities. Regularly collaborates with the Planning Department and individual business units to project needs for new or expanded facilities. Under supervision of Director, oversees the design, entitlement, and construction of new, expanded, or renovated administrative facilities. Collaborates with Capital Development and Construction to design and construct transit-critical and maintenance facilities. Coordinates operation, maintenance, and renovations of all administrative buildings. Establishes and executes policy and procedures to manage the use of workplace facilities and has final say in the consideration of workspace requests, subject only to Director. May delegate duties to subordinates within the Facilities Development team.



Bachelors degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Real Estate Development, Architecture, Construction Management, Urban Planning, or other closely related field (Masters degree preferred).


Five years progressively responsible experience in project management, business operations, property management, regional and community planning, transportation planning, urban design, financial analysis, or workspace administration. Two years’ experience must include direct service for a public agency.

Proficient communicator with demonstrated leadership acumen.

Proficient at industry standard design software (i.e. Microsoft Office 365, Adobe Creative Suite, etc.) and project management software.


Knowledge of at least ten of the areas listed below.  Expertise in specific areas marked with “*” are required:

  • Organizational analysis (governmental organizations preferred)*
  • Facilities planning and design*
  • Transportation and public works project development*
  • Public policy analysis and administration*
  • Project Management*
  • Land Use Policy and Regulations*
  • Transit planning
  • Urban Planning and Design
  • Real Estate Development
  • Architectural Design
  • Construction Management
  • Civil Engineering
  • Structural Engineering
  • Financial analysis of public agencies
  • Real Estate financial modeling
  • Community and Economic Development
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Federal and State environmental requirements
  • To effectively lead and manage a multifaceted team, and to coordinate a project workplan.
  • To represent the agency in a public settings.
  • To work in a fast-paced environment
  • To meet tight deadlines.
  • To work independently.
  • To clearly communicate complex concept
- OR -
An equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.
[UTA reserves the right to determine the equivalencies of education and experience



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