AECOM is actively seeking a highly talented Project Manager to support education related construction projects in Ontario, CA. Project scope may include new campuses, new buildings, modernized buildings & sites, security orientated projects, energy management improvements, and ADA & egress upgrades.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Manage work on active campuses.
Communicate and coordinate with Faculty and Staff.
Close coordination with M&) and IT staff.
Change and claim management, process invoices, manage meetings and site observations, conduct constructability reviews, and procurement and management of deign teams, sub-consultants, and IORs.
Lead the teams from project inception to completion.
Manage, coordinate, and inspect contractor work while project is in progress.
Provide leadership and coordination for project engineers, estimators, schedulers, project controls, and other support team members.
Follow and successfully execute program Quality Management System.
Report and collaborate with Program Management Team on all project matters.
Review and develop contract documents with procurement staff.
Identify risk and create risk mitigation plans successfully.
Document and report all project data accurately and in a timely manner.
Create and present project and college data clearly to multiple stakeholder groups.
Successfully manage and execute 2 to 5 projects simultaneously, ranging in construction value and complexity from $5M to $55M each.
Successfully deliver construction projects on schedule and within budget.
Coordination of budget and schedule information with PMT.
Monitor the permitting and land use process and anticipate issues/challenges for timely project start-up.
Closeout projects to include D5A closeout and PMT/District closeout.
Track all project status and provide management reports.
Track status and provide management reports relative to scheduling, cost control, staffing and other contract requirements.
Review and inspect construction site offices.
Review recommended actions in resolving disputes relative to construction projects.
Direct and assist in outreach efforts to provide information about college projects.
Ensure client safety standards are being met.
Manage expectations of local agencies and landowners.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
At AECOM, we believe infrastructure creates opportunity for everyone. Whether it's improving your commute, keeping the lights on, providing access to clean water or transforming skylines, our work helps people and communities thrive.
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DCSA-Program and Project Management
As an industry leader in program and construction management, we partner with clients to support projects from concept to completion. From education, healthcare, transportation and water facilities to sports, leisure, cultural arts and other public gathering venues, we deliver on the promise of protecting our clients' interests as our own and building partnerships with the communities we serve.
Experience supporting educational facility construction highly desired.
Experience supporting K-12 educational facilities construction preferred.
Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering or related field.
Experience managing projects as Project or Program Manager of Public Works projects including DSA (Division of the State Architect) coordination.
Knowledge and relative experience with pre-planning, planning, design management, consultant procurement, bidding and construction management.
Thorough knowledge of engineering and construction principles, practices and procedures, applicable laws and government regulations, principles of management and supervision and procedures and policies of departments and facility.
Bond management and compliance experience.
Scheduling experience in P6.
Experience with PMIS systems such as eBuilder or Proliance.
Experience in the public contract code arena.
Possess a thorough knowledge of contract administration and office procedures.
Strong customer service skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Must be a proactive problem solver and can adjust to changing job environments.
Proficiency in using, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.
Familiarity with accepted buildings practices, materials and techniques, knowledge of common and general code requirements, permitting processes and requirements, market pricing and lien waivers.
This position requires periodic local area travel of 25-30% of the time to attend district meetings and conduct construction site visits.
Additional client background screening and fingerprinting will be required.
This position does not include sponsorship for United States work authorization.
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