Green Facilities & Operations Analyst

Redwood City, CA


Under the direction of the Office of the Superintendent, perform a variety of specialized duties to support SMCOE’s strategic vision concerning sustainability.


Is responsible for performing professional duties in support of the County Office of Education's environmental literacy and sustainability goals. Responsibilities include supporting environmental literacy fellowship and training programs, helping schools and districts develop and maintain more sustainable practices and campuses, providing technical assistance and connecting partners with resources and facilitating meetings and projects, and other related assignments.



Continue to collect, analyze, and utilize data to strengthen sustainability efforts across schools in San Mateo County and at SMCOE;


Support efforts to develop, implement, and provide training on county-wide protocols and templates with district partners to promote sustainable operations, facilities, and programs;


Provide technical support to districts and schools in developing and implementing sustainability plans; Assist in preparing and conducting training sessions and materials;


Work with cross-divisional teams to identify and implement best practices for sustainability at SMCOE;


Communicate and collaborate with school sites and community partners to ensure efficient and effective use of support services;


Monitor and evaluate efforts to promote sustainability across schools in San Mateo County and at SMCOE;


Identify and share best practices in San Mateo County for creating sustainable campuses;


Remain current on applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures related to assigned activities.


Perform related duties as assigned.


The examination process for this classification may consist of:


1.    A supplemental review (Tentative Date: July 15, 2024); and

2.    An oral board virtual examination (Tentative date: July 17, 2024).


Any combination of education and experience providing the job knowledge, skills, and ability for successful job performance will be considered for positions in this classification. Typical qualifications would be equivalent to:


EDUCATION: A Bachelor's degree in environmental studies, social science, education, or a related field and;

EXPERIENCE: Two years of experience involving sustainability, solid waste management, and/or resource conservation. Experience working in an educational setting preferred.

WORK SCHEDULE:               

8 hours per day; 8AM-5PM; 5 days per week (Monday-Friday); 12 months per year.


MONTHLY SALARY: $6,555 - $7,967


Total Compensation Package: Placement on salary schedule. If a medical plan is selected, the employee will receive a contribution of $1,300.00/month toward the selected medical plan (through CalPERS), Delta Dental, and Life Insurance. The employee pays the balance of their health premiums from their gross earnings on a pre-tax basis. If a medical plan is not selected, employees will receive a contribution of $300.00/month toward single coverage for Delta Dental, and Life Insurance. A vision plan (VSP) is also available. Employees pay the worker contribution to the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS). This position is representedby California School Employees Association (CSEA) Chapter No. 887. Pursuant to Article 2 of the CSEA 887 Collective Bargaining Agreement, the County Office shall deduct in accordance with the CSEA dues and fees schedule from the wages of all employees.


Accrue 102 hours of sick leave

15 paid holidays

15 paid vacation days

CALPERS Employer Contribution

Work remotely one (1) day every week (applicable after initial 6 months pending supervisor approval)

Flexible work schedule depending on position   

Commuter Benefit

Tuition Reimbursement

 *Floating Holiday, Personal Leave, Executive Leave, and Personal Business vary depending on the position, 

 collective bargaining agreement, and/or other regulations.

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