The College Colorado Mountain College (CMC) is a local district college with 11 campus locations spanning 12,000 square miles of the picturesque central Rockies. CMC offers five bachelor’s degrees, 54 associate degrees, and 77 certificate programs as well as on-line degree programs, a wide range of non-credit and life-long learning courses, and extensive dual enrollment opportunities through close partnerships with dozens of school districts. CMC prepares Colorado’s workforce through apprenticeships, internships, experiential, and outdoor learning in beautiful mountain settings.

Uniquely financed largely by local property taxes, CMC is uniquely positioned to be entrepreneurial, nimble, responsive to community and workforce needs, and to fulfill its vision to be “…the most inclusive and innovative student-centered college in the nation, elevating the economic, social, cultural, and environmental vitality of our beautiful Rocky Mountain communities.”

Colorado Mountain College is located in Steamboat Springs, Rifle, Carbondale, Glenwood Springs (downtown), Glenwood Springs-Spring Valley, Aspen, the Vail Valley, Dillon, Breckenridge, Leadville and Buena Vista. Of these locations, our three campuses in Spring Valley, Leadville and Steamboat Springs are residential. The college’s Central Services administrative offices, which serve all other locations, are located in downtown Glenwood Springs.

Colorado Mountain College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The college has been offering classes since 1967 and celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year. To find out more about the history of the college during this milestone year, please visit: For general information about CMC, its programs, locations, students, faculty, and offerings, go to:

Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Glenwood Springs sits at the confluence of the Colorado and Roaring Fork rivers. Originally inhabited by nomadic Ute Indian tribes, Glenwood Springs became fueled by tourism, coal mining, farming and ranching, commerce and outdoor recreation. Today, Glenwood Springs is the county seat and most populous city of Garfield County, Colorado. Glenwood Springs is home to the Colorado Mountain College Central Services Administrative team.

The Position

Under general direction from senior administration, the Director of Facilities leads the Board of Trustees through its annual capital planning process; initiates facilities planning and prepares cost projections for capital outlay projects and maintenance requirements for the College. Collaborates with the executive team as well as internal and external stakeholders to further the vision of the organization as it responds to the changing needs of the community and the college. The Director coordinates the team of physical plant personnel at all eleven CMC campuses and convenes regular meetings and trainings for these staff. The Director is the primary physical plant manager for the Central Services building, the Cooper Commons second floor space and the parking garage associated with Central Services, CMC’s central administrative offices. The Director of Facilities leads Sustainability Action Plans related to energy management, water and grounds, serves on the college-wide Sustainability Steering Committee and leads the Central Services Green Team.

This position manages a multi-million dollar construction budget as well as an annual operating budget for managing the Central Services building and associated physical plant. This position is responsible for numerous simultaneous projects at the campuses including communication and coordination with campus staff to meet timelines and budgets. The Director also works with the CMC Foundation when capital campaigns are underway to fund facilities.


Qualified applicants will possess professional experience and formal education to meet the rigors of the position. For example: Bachelor’s Degree (related field preferred) and a minimum of 5 years related experience, or an applicable combination. Experience with major construction projects and/or multi-million dollar budgets essential.

Ideal candidates will demonstrate knowledge of federal, state, municipal and regulatory agency rules and regulations as they pertain to building and facility codes; general sustainability concepts; managing multi-million dollar budgets as well as other matters relevant to this position.

The successful candidate will be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously; perform research and evaluation; provide training and work collaboratively with a wide range of individuals and groups; exhibit excellent organizational, writing, and negotiating skills; as well as present in front of the Board of Trustees and executive team.

A commitment to working in a culturally competent environment and the ability to effectively work with students, employees, and community members having diverse backgrounds is essential. Bilingual (English/Spanish) or conversational language abilities helpful.

The anticipated hiring salary range is: $90,658 – $100,731.

Apply online at . Initial review of application material will begin March 20, 2017.

To be considered, applicants must submit a letter of interest, a resume, a list of three professional references and salary history.

To learn more about Colorado Mountain College, please visit

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Colorado Mountain College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversifying its workforce. 

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