SUMMARY: Manage the design and construction activities of large and complex new construction and construction renovation/remodeling projects within the district. Gather and review data concerning facility or equipment specifications and plan, budget and schedule facilities modifications including estimates; bid documents; layouts; selection of architect, engineers, contractors and other professionals; and contract management. Ensure that the district's buildings are safe, aesthetically pleasing, economically maintainable, energy efficient, and functionally sound to meet all programmatic requirements. Work directly with the facilities planning, assistant director.
This position is funded by 2016 bond proceeds and is anticipated to be funded for 5 plus years.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Job Tasks Descriptions
1. Serve as district representative and liaison to contractors, architects, engineers, and stakeholders having jurisdiction in design and construction matters. Assist and work with coordinating architect and planning team on all new construction and renovation projects. Provide oversight and administration of multiple construction projects.
2. Negotiate multiple deadlines and resource and budget constraints with clients, managers, consultants and contractors through proactive approaches to meet project objectives. Schedule and coordinate project team meetings. Negotiate contracts for equipment and professional services using quality, quantity, specification requirements and other predetermined factors.
3. Provide guidance, leadership, training, and mentoring to construction team regarding district project management process, best practices, legacy information, policy, local jurisdiction coordination, contract management, change process management, vendor management, and safety committee. Effectively manage conflict and disagreements and develop procedures and techniques for resolution. Manage selection of architects, engineers, and construction contractors. Interview and select for hire project managers as necessary.
4. Inspect the construction and installation progress to ensure that workmanship and materials used are in compliance with established building codes, specifications, plans, and district guidelines. Coordinate job site inspections with district maintenance quality improvement teams (QIT). Coordinate and assure that all maintenance teams, department staff, and school staff are instructed on the operation of all alarms, safety devices, and equipment installed within new or renovated construction projects.
5. Create and review schedules for detailed considerations of all activities needed to be completed within the project. Maintain construction logs, inspection activities, and compare periodically with contractor's progress schedules and reports, and notify appropriate team members of concerns and information. Develop, track and maintain program schedules such as bond and COP programs for the District.
6. Control the design and construction process by measuring progress towards the goal and objectives and take corrective steps to achieve or exceed the same. Minimize "scope creep" by identifying a clear project scope and budget and adhering to the approved program.
7. Insure throughout design, bidding, and construction that quality is not compromised at any point within the process. Champion adequate avenues for quality assurance at each point by fostering positive internal and external working relationships and collaborative communication for the purpose of delivering efficient and effective facility planning and support services necessary within the project for a high performing facility.
8. Prepare reports required by management to draw comparisons between work expended and plan, to review project milestones and to provide project projections with customers and management for decision making purposes. Design, develop, and conduct special studies in the assigned areas of construction or renovation projects; collect and analyze data as appropriate.
9. Monitor budget cost control through established policies, procedures and techniques to measure resources consumed, project status and milestones and compare measurements to projections. Manage fund balances of assigned construction projects and related financial activity for the purpose of ensuring that allocations are accurate and expenses are within budget limits and ensure fiscal practices are followed.
10. Coordinate proposal requests, change orders, and examine contractor draws for accuracy. Review and authorize payments from project accounts.
11. Establish and manage project budgets through cost estimating relationships with contracted architects, engineers, historical costs, estimating manuals and contractor bids and proposals.
12. Perform other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION AND RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE:
? Bachelor's degree with a major in project or construction management, engineering, architecture or business administration. Master's degree preferred.
? Three (3) years of experience in project or construction management. Seven (7) years preferred
? Minimum of four (4) years supervisory experience in field construction work performing technical duties.
? At least one year of experience with scheduling software.
LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS or CERTIFICATIONS:
? Valid Colorado driver's license and personal transportation for job-related travel.
? PMP certification preferred.
Job Category: Administrator > Facilities Contact Information
- Nicole Stone
- 1500 E 128TH AVE
- Thornton, Colorado 80241