Employment Opportunities

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Available Positions

Director of Facilities and Maintenance Services to begin immediately. Reporting to the Vice President of Operations and CFO, the Director of Facilities and Maintenance (FMS Director) organizes, administers, manages and leads a comprehensive program of maintenance, grounds/landscaping, operational, custodial, and safety and security services that provide and maintain in an efficient and economical manner the facilities, grounds, utilities, equipment and furnishings for the campus, including all properties owned by Mid-Pacific Institute ("school"), so that students, faculty, staff and the community are assured of a clean and safe place in which to learn, work and utilize.

Work closely with the Director of Campus Planning and Renewal (Planning Director) to provide support, information and serve as a resource toward the school's activities, goals and projects. Heavy involvement in planning for major improvement projects, as well as executing smaller improvement projects as determined, in coordination with the Planning Director. Significant interaction with program and administrative departments as well as all levels of "clients". Clients are defined as Board Members, Administrators, Faculty, Staff, Parents, external service providers and professionals and other constituencies.

Achieve defined objectives by planning, evaluating, developing, implementing facilities and maintenance services in compliance with established guidelines, codes and regulations. Responsible to provide labor support and security support for all school-owned properties and school-related activities both on and off the contiguous campus. Management of campus facilities and school-owned properties include the rental management of facilities and residences. Responsible for staffing and contracting of department staff and external service providers.

Responsible for time sensitive documenting, reporting and deliverables that occur regularly (monthly, quarterly, annually), including but not limited to regulatory requirements, maintenance and compliance. Professional approach to communications, work products and presentation. Quality control and proactive approach to work is required. Responsible for special projects and managing program department deadlines which may require work outside the normal work schedule.

Responsible for responding to security and facilities program requirements and problems, including but not limited to environmental, weather, natural, acts of god or criminal issues, 24 hours a day all year round. Qualifications and Experience: Requires a Bachelor's degree with 7+ years of supervisory experience in the related field. Additional experience may be considered if a degree has not been received.

Please email cover letter and resume to Christie Mukai at cmukai@midpac.edu.


Major Gifts Officer. Reporting to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, the Major Gifts Officer is responsible for programs to secure major gifts, including endowment, capital and planned gifts from all Mid-Pacific Institute constituencies, including foundations and corporations. In collaboration with the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, the Major Gifts Officer will assist in the execution of a comprehensive major gifts plan to maximize fundraising success and meet annual goals for external philanthropic support for Mid-Pacific.

Qualifications and Experience: A Bachelor's degree is strongly preferred; advanced degree is an advantage. Minimum of five to seven years of progressively responsible experience in individual donor development and major gift solicitation, including experience managing a portfolio of high net worth individual donors.

Interested candidates should send their cover letter and resume to Christie Mukai at cmukai@midpac.edu.

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