Posting Dates:03/06/2019 -03/20/2019
Job Family:Facilities & Real Estate
Department:Special Projects Department
This position helps provide and maintain facilities which give Church members places where they can worship, teach, learn, pray together, make and renew covenants, and receive sacred ordinances. Each Church facility that is built and/or maintained should 1) Provide a spiritual setting for members to worship, and 2) Present an image of reverence and dignity in the community.
1.The incumbent is responsible for the construction of projects such as renovations/expansions, and new standard meetinghouses, or standard type buildings.
2.The incumbent reports to a director or Project Manager 3.
3.It is expected that the incumbent consistently meets and regularly exceeds performance metrics.
1.Evaluating and contracting with service providers, including architects, engineers, consultants, vendors and contractors, to achieve the required standards of performance.
2.Monitoring and directing the work of service providers to ensure performance standards are met.
3.Supporting and contributing to the work of related functions such as Facilities and O&M Management by managing projects and providing expertise and other services as needed.
4.Working with Planning, Real Estate and Facilities to develop and implement real estate and leasing options.
5.Managing multiple projects at the same time.
6.Completing project status reports addressing schedules, budget, safety and other issues.
Requires a bachelors degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture or a related field, or 15 years of Project Management experience.
Requires 10 years of construction field experience including estimating, scheduling, and cost control.
Must understand contracts, agreements, and real property transactions, and be able to prepare and manage project schedules and budgets
Requires ability to work with and communicate effectively with ecclesiastical leaders, architects, and other contracted personnel, government agencies, neighborhood associations, zoning review boards, etc.
Proven front-line management skills in a multi-discipline work environment and ability to manage difficult situations to achieve a positive and appropriate resolution.
Must be proficient in the use of computers and cellphones. Must understand and be able to use MS Office applications, department-specific software, web-based programs, internet services, and wireless communications.
Frequent travel is required
Must be an endowed member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with a current temple recommend.
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