Job Requisition Number: 25915. Capital Projects manages the design, construction, retrofitting, and restoration of campus buildings and their surroundings. Many skilled professionals work in C&D as architects, landscape architects, planners, engineers, inspectors, construction specialists, contract administrators, accountants, and administrative personnel, all of whom work to serve the campus community.
The Capital Projects unit is seeking a Project Manager to join our team. The successful candidate will manage projects to create first class physical infrastructure that supports the University mission of teaching, research and service. The Project Manager will lead construction projects that carry substantial consequences of success or failure.
•Manages the project program, including meeting with clients to help define both project scope and program. •Formally establishes campus project, including working with other units, departments, and the Office of the President (i.e., SMCP, Budget Office and other Capital Project Units) to facilitate this effort and ensure funding transferred. •Hires architectural, engineering and consultant firms to develop project requirement definitions, design criteria, and preparing layouts and detail drawings; provides leadership expertise, direction and management of the engineers, architects and other consultants. •Prepares and approves cost estimates, functional studies and establishes project schedule and budget and reviews with clients; establishes milestones and monitors adherence to master plans, budgets and schedules. •Develops criteria and performance specifications required to meet unique operating requirements and building and safety codes; ensures plans and specifications conform to all codes and regulations. •Determine delivery method and bids or negotiates construction contracts. •Reviews, manages and oversees construction activities, including contractor’s schedule, RFIs, Submittals, Change Order Requests, and Punch List; specializes and focuses in monitoring construction milestones. •Acts as liaison among project participants and resolves problems or conflicts, including recommending range of solutions to disputed issues or contractor claims. •Ensures project is properly closed out and Operations & Maintenance Manuals and record drawings are turned over to Physical Plant Campus Services. •May oversee, manage, and/or direct other Project Managers and Analysts. •Create project in Unifier including updating and reporting of project status as required by UCOP, regulatory agencies, Campus, and Construction & Design, including budget and schedule; may include monthly written analysis of project. •Performs organizational, campus and administrative activities not directly relating to projects, including serving on campus committees representing department or unit.•Advanced knowledge of building and construction, design, construction contract administration and California Building Codes, including advanced understanding of industry practices, or deep expertise in a highly specialized and critical discipline. •Advanced project management skills to effectively manage highly complex projects, or highly specialized and critical project component. •Advanced knowledge of the campus, including its infrastructure, rules, regulations, policies and short and long range strategic building plans. •Advanced analytical, organizational and problem recognition/avoidance/resolution skills. •Advanced written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, including highly effective negotiation skills and highly developed political acumen. Education/Training: •Bachelors degree in related area (Architecture, Construction Management, and Civil, Structural or Mechanical engineering) and/or equivalent experience/training
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