Two Job Postings for DES

Two Job Positions are available at DES:


This exciting new position combines several responsibilities to have a greater impact on the planning and development of capital projects on the state capitol campus and for other DES managed properties. The Campus Architect will be responsible for creating and managing systems to assess the condition of building components; make estimates about remaining useful life and plan for replacement.  This position will lead staff efforts to support the State Capitol Committee, and the Capitol Campus Design Advisory Committee. 

Our FPS team offers expertise on a wide range of facility management and public works. This includes public works design and construction contracting, worth over $300 million annually, and provides asset management services for buildings and parking facilities totaling 5 million square feet across 6 counties. We use performance contracting to reduce energy and water use at publically-owned facilities across the state. We are also leading the state’s e­ffort to improve state contracting and public works opportunities for small and minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses.

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The Assistant Program Manager (APM) supports public works project management and serves as the client advocate for specific State facilities, State Board of Technical Community Colleges, and other client agencies served by the capital construction programs. This involves providing leadership to a team of 10 (ten) professional staff and coordinating public works projects.  Engineering & Architecture Services (E&AS) goals are to meet client needs at those facilities, assist management in developing project assignments, assist the client in the planning and budgeting of capital projects for the biennial capital budget appropriation requests, and supporting project managers assigned to specific projects at those facilities. This job requires complex technical judgment with positive outcomes affecting over 170 contracts with a value of more than $300 million during a typical biennium.

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