The Project Manager (PM) is responsible to lead and provide overall successful stewardship on a variety of multidiscipline projects that support the Universityâ™s academic endeavors, community needs, as well as facility and campus infrastructure operating upgrades and renewal.Â Â Typical projects range in value from $50,000 to $5,000,000, with opportunities to manage assignments with significantly larger budgets, including complex capital project renovations and new buildings.Â The PM will be required to successfully collaborate with diverse groups of users and stakeholders that have different levels of involvement and approval authority within the project delivery process and University.Â Â Â Â Â Â
B.S./B.A. degree in architecture, engineering, construction management, building technology or a related discipline and 8-10 years progressive project/task management experience related to renovations, additions, renewal and operating upgrades in a variety of campus building types with diverse uses and functions, including administrative and departmental offices, residence and dining, athletics, as well as classrooms, laboratories and other spaces. Â Â Â
In-depth knowledge and experience of industry-standard project management practices and delivery methods, and the proven ability to tailor these processes to fit specific customer needs and situations in a dynamic, highly-visible project environment. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain project budgets and schedules, as well as plan and manage projects to achieve deadlines and objectives.Â Specific experience regarding construction related contract administration and project risk management skills.Â Experience in the overall integration of design, engineering, construction, start-up/turnover and closeout phases of projects.
Thorough knowledge of building codes and design practices, as well as envelop, roofs, and structural systems.Â Familiarity with A/V, IT, MEP, HVAC, FA/FP, lighting, security and control systems.
Excellent interpersonal skills.Â Must have the ability to quickly establish and maintain a solid working relationship with a variety of customers and constituents, including senior administration and faculty, as well as technical and operations staff. Willingness and ability to support a diverse and inclusive environment.
Strong problem solving and decision making skills.Â Proven ability to independently and effectively manage and resolve issues, under a variety of circumstances and urgency, with insight, diplomacy and sensitivity, as well as coordinate and direct a multi-disciplined team which includes managers and peers.
Familiarity with architectural, engineering, design, and construction best practices.
Experience as an ownerâ™s representative in a University setting or other large, diverse institutional setting preferred.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to write and deliver clear and effective reports and presentations to various audiences, both internal and external
Possess a willingness and ability to support and promote a diverse and inclusive campus community.Â Working knowledge of standard office computer software (e.g. Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.).Â Specific experience regarding construction related contract administration and project risk management skills.
All offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a background check and educational requirements.
Please include a cover letter when applying to this position.
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