Minimum of ten (10) years progressive experience in planning and managing large scale, multi-million dollar construction projects required.
Must possess proven track record of successful management of multi-million dollar healthcare construction projects.
Strong familiarity with Standard Agreement templates as published by the American
Institute of Architects (AIA) covering all facets of capital project management.
Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills
Outstanding leadership ability capable of engaging and motivating a team with a broad range of experiences and backgrounds to accomplish project objectives.
Highly effective interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills.
Bachelors Degree in Construction Engineering, Architecture, a related field, or equivalent experience.
Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration and or Business Administration preferred.
The construction project director must be able to:
(1) communicate orally;
(2) write effectively;
(3) drive a car to multiple hospital and physician locations;
(4) varied hours, days and work schedules depending upon overall needs of the organization;
(5) operate a computer for prolonged periods of time; and
(6) physically move about the facility for long periods and distances; and
(7) lift, pull or push up to 50 pounds.
Internal Number: 00100405
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