Project Manager for Facilities Operations manage multi-level projects from small maintenance to complex and high profile projects that may impact the entire University from power distribution to campus wide network support systems. This position develops and manages campus renovation and repair projects up to $300K; creates detailed work plan, schedules, establishes and manages project budget.
Keeps detailed project records. Creates and executes bid documents/packages for public bid. Provides high-level customer service and communication with all levels of faculty, staff and administrators. Key Responsibilities and Related Competencies Required Competency Knowledge
Professional Duties The Engineer/Project Manager will be responsible for evaluating and preparing technical reports justifying improvement requests as it relates to mechanical, electrical, structural civil-site and architectural needs for a facility. Will develop construction documents, review plans submitted by licensed architects and registered engineers for compliance with code, rules, regulations and University standards.
Will provide cost estimates, analyze, evaluate and develop programming for projects, arrange for and review independent testing reports provided by asbestos/lead consultants and independent laboratories. Will arrange for and determine survey requirements, troubleshoot technical problems in renovated and newly completed buildings and facilities. Engineering Design and Analysis Duties Listens to instructions, communicates in a clear and concise manner.
Explains purpose and procedure for project, seeks input, listens and checks for mutual understanding. Asks for and provides clarification as needed. Program/Project Management Duties Conducts periodic surveys of University projects compliance with OSHA requirements.
Monitors, manages and plans for transitions. Ensures contractors provide a safe work environment. Communication
Consults with higher-level professionals to discuss alternative solutions.
Serves as a technical resource for skill trades staff for maintenance and repairs projects.
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