Primary duties of this
position include supervising the review of plans for physical accessibility of
City projects; Researching emerging trends in universal access materials used
in projects; conducts accessibility reports and updates the City’s 2000 ADA Self
Evaluation Transition Plan.
This position will oversee
and conduct investigations to make recommendations to improve physical access
to City owned facilities and sidewalks resulting from ADA complaints and Title
II grievances from the public.
Additional areas of
responsibility include providing businesses with technical assistance to
improve physical and programmatic access of their services and programs to
comply with state and federal accessibility standards, codes and regulations,
including but not limited to:
with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, Rehabilitation Act §504 and §508,
and Fair Housing Act, as amended;
Persons Act, Unruh Civil Rights Act, and other state disability laws;
guidelines and disability standards as promulgated by the United States
Department of Justice, United States Access Boards, U.S. Department of
Transportation, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1991 Standards for
Access Design, the ADA Accessibility
Guidelines, the 2010 Standards for Accessible Design, The Architectural
Barriers Act Accessibility Standards, Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards,
Guidelines for Outdoor Development Areas (GODA), Proposed Public Right of Way
Guidelines (PROWAG), MUTCD, CAL MUTCD; California Building Code Title 24.
The Senior Project
Coordinator will assess the impact to the City of the U.S. Access Board’s
Proposed Public Right of Way Guidelines and will be responsible for the
development and completion of the City’s Self Evaluation Transition Plan for ADA
Compliance according to ADA regulations and guidelines.
Other Senior Project
Coordinator duties will involve conducting an assessment of City department
sites that are covered by the new GODA and draft the associated section of the
Transition Plan to reflect those assessments.
Similarly, the successful
candidate will provide technical assistance to City departments involved in
emergency housing on the final guidelines that amended the ADA and ABA on
emergency transportable housing.
Interested applicants should
e-mail [with the subject line that reads “Resume for Senior Project
Coordinator, CASp Specialist”] a resume detailing applicable educational background
and work experience, a cover letter of interest, and three work-related
references (include name, job title, affiliation and telephone number) to: Mai
No phone applications will be taken. We will
confirm receipt of your material by e-mail.
Filing period may
close at any time when sufficient resumes are received.