Class Specifications - F.20
Senior Facility Requirements Analyst - 6964
Facility Requirements Analyst - 6965

March, 1973

Series Concept

Facility Requirements Analysts perform work involved in assembling, classifying, evaluating, and presenting data and information used in supporting the University's capital outlay program; and perform other related duties as required.

Incumbents prepare or assist in preparing Project Planning Guides for capital outlay projects, obtaining information and data for and from building committees of current or prospective occupants; make physical inventories of building spaces and facilities utilization; summarize and analyze facilities utilization data; prepare data for the annual building capacity analysis for the campus; prepare presentations and documentation in support of major and minor capital improvement programs and requests for federal construction grants for educational facilities; maintain records of space assignments and provide staff advice and assistance to space assignment committees; coordinate movement of building occupants in connection with construction projects, both new construction and alterations; assemble, classify, and evaluate economic and planning data required for special studies and reports needed in the physical planning and construction activity; write assigned reports and statements of justification used in various reports; and meet with and provide technical information and advice to academic and administrative committees.

Class Concepts

Senior Facility Requirements Analyst

Under direction, incumbents are responsible for a very substantial project or area in the building space planning, programming, and utilization phases of the University's capital outlay program. Supervision over such positions is usually exercised by a Senior or Principal Educational Facility Planner. Facility requirements analysis duties are performed under minimal supervision and work is reviewed in terms of meeting specific goals and objectives.

Examples of assignments allocated to this level of difficulty and responsibility are:

Facility requirements analyst for a very substantial, complex phase of the capital outlay program, such as medical programs, either at the campus level or at the University-wide review level.

Facility requirements analyst assigned full responsibility for the conduct of all facilities surveys and for the annual building capacity analysis, either at the campus level or at the University-wide review level.

Facility Requirements Analyst

Under general supervision, incumbents make physical inventories of building spaces and facilities and the kinds of utilization; assemble, classify, and evaluate data and information used for preparation of reports and documents, such as Project Planning Guides, facilities inventories, building capacity analyses, and capital outlay requests and justifications; and write technical reports and justifications for building needs and utilization studies.

Assignments at this operational level are expected to be of average difficulty and responsibility, with work subject to review by a Senior or Principal Educational Facility Planner. The majority of facility requirements analysis duties in a campus operational unit are performed at this level.

Minimum Qualifications

Senior Facility Requirements Analyst

Graduation from college with major work in architecture, planning, education or business administration, or industrial engineering and four years of experience of a professional nature with emphasis on analytical work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Facility Requirements Analyst

Graduation from college with major work in architecture, planning, education or business administration, or industrial engineering, and two years of experience of a professional nature with emphasis on analytical work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.