State Capital Outlay Manager B
State of Louisiana Department of Facility Planning and Control - Baton Rouge, LA

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$26.41 - $52.56 Hourly

$2,112.92 - $4,204.62 Biweekly

$4,578.00 - $9,110.00 Monthly

$54,936.00 - $109,320.00 Annually

Class code: 170280

Bargaining Unit: Classified

Possession of a current Louisiana license to practice professional engineering or architecture plus six years of professional engineering or architectural experience. Two years of this experience must have been at least at the advanced level.
A master's degree in engineering or architecture will substitute for two years of the general experience.

JOB CONCEPTS:Function of Work:
To develop, enact, and execute portions of the Capital Outlay Budget.
Level of Work: Manager.

Supervision Received:
Broad direction from the State Capital Outlay Administrator or the Director/Assistant Commissioner of Facility Planning and Control.

Supervision Exercised:
Direct supervision over State Capital Outlay Analysts and clerical support staff and functional supervision over FPC Senior Managers and Managers, and personnel involved in the Capital Outlay Budget process.

Location of Work:
Division of Administration, Facility Planning and Control.

Job Distinctions:
Differs from State Capital Outlay Analysts by presence of direct line supervision and by the responsibility for the development, enactment and execution of the reauthorized portion of the Capital Outlay Budget.
Differs from State Capital Outlay Manager A in minimum qualification requirements. The agency can use either State Capital Outlay Manager A or B, but both cannot be filled at the same time.
Differs from the State Capital Outlay Administrator in that the higher-level job entails responsibility for the entire capital outlay budget coordinated by Facility Planning and Control and the higher level job also supervises the project management of non state entity projects.

Responsible for budget cash management of authorized discretionary capital outlay projects. Magnitude of total funded budget for these projects is typically about $1 billion.
Evaluates and makes recommendations for project scope and budget changes. Determines appropriate funding levels for reauthorized projects that request supplemental funds due to scope changes or cost increases.
Discusses requested reauthorized projects with requesting agency and requesting agency governing authority; reviews reauthorized projects funded in the previous year Capital Outlay Budget Act.
Lead worker over managers and senior managers in Facility Planning and Control (FPC) and budget analysts in Office of Planning and Budget (OPB) in the Capital Outlay Budget request, analysis, and review process. Reviews and discusses comments made by the architects, engineers, budget analysts, and the directors of FPC and OPB relevant to reauthorized capital outlay budget requests.
Develops various proposed Capital Outlay Budget recommendation scenarios and determines reasons for recommending or rejecting requested funding levels for reauthorized projects.
Recommends the appropriate Capital Outlay Bill bond priority placement of funding for reauthorized bond projects based on projected cash flow availability for the various stages of the projects.
Attends legislative hearings in which capital outlay legislation is being discussed. Makes recommendations regarding which reauthorized projects should be submitted by the Commissioner of Administration to the State Bond Commission for lines of credit.
Responsible for coordinating the preparation of the Allocation of Bond Proceeds document for capital outlay projects in proposed State General Obligation Bond Sales. Makes recommendations regarding which projects should be included in the sale

If interested in this vacancy, you must apply through the Louisiana Department of State Civil Service’s LA Careers job board. LA Careers can be accessed by navigating your web browser to The State Capital Manager A & B job postings can be found by searching using the Agencies criteria and selecting Division of Administration.

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