Los Angeles Unified School District
Los Angeles Unified School District

L.A. Unified is recruiting for a Deputy Director of Masterplanning and Demographics.

Compensation: $105,300-$130,500

Job: Full time


About the Department:

The School Management Services/Master Planning and Demographics Unit supports the Los Angeles Unified School District’s mission to educate students through its dedication to the research and analysis utilized in the long-range planning for the optimal utilization of existing schools and determining the need for new school facilities.

About the Job:

The Deputy Director of Masterplanning and Demographics assists with the management of a unit responsible for the analysis, research, and review of school utilization, area demographics, and operating capacity for new and existing facilities, to develop the District’s Facilities Master Plan.

Minimum Qualifications:

Education: Graduation from a recognized college or university, preferably including coursework in public or business administration, finance, and statistical analysis.

Experience: Four years of experience participating in the development of a master plan, including demographic analysis, urban planning, or demographic projections. Two years of the required experience must be in a supervisory role.


A valid California

Driver License and use of an automobile

Desirable Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable in research and design methodology pertaining to school utilization and demographics; geographical and information systems database modeling; statistical methods and analysis, and graphic presentation; techniques of conducting population studies and analyzing survey information, project management, and principles of public relations and public approval process; monitoring, analyzing, forecasting, and planning for database application growth and development.

Additionally, he or she will have the ability to analyze and evaluate data on a wide variety of matters relating to boundary descriptions, maps, charts, graphs, and statistical tables; collect, interpret, and explain statistical data; develop and make effective presentations; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; manage, train and evaluate staff; provide leadership; and make, support, and explain recommendations.


Insurance: Paid premiums for several medical, dental, and vision plans
for you and your dependents, as well as life insurance plans.
Retirement: Membership in the California Public Employees Retirement
Systems (CalPERS).
Paid Vacation: 24 days
Paid Holidays: up to13 days.

Please apply by going to:

All employees must be fully COVID-19 vaccinated and must be able to provide verification of their vaccination status as part of the hiring and onboarding process prior to an official offer of employment to any District site; this includes current employees who are being promoted to a new job class.

If you experience any technical difficulties with the application process, please contact our help desk at 213-241-3455 and/or email them at while describing the issues you are experiencing. They are the best source in helping you resolve any application issues.

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