Responsible for the development of project scope of work statements; preparation of project estimates and schedules; development of schematic design; plans review; and management of consultant and contractor activities on primarily minor capital projects (under $150,000). All activities to be performed under moderate supervision by the Director of Design and Construction, and in coordination with Departmental Administrators, and Facilities Management staff.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Meets with and interviews users to determine project requirements and develop scope of work for primarily minor capital projects.
Surveys existing project area, operations, systems, equipment, furniture, and other components of the facility.
Develops and presents proposed project options and schematic designs to users and obtains users’ approvals.
Prepares project scope of work documents and develops project estimates and schedules.
Meets with and maintains liaison with design consultants, contractors, users, and in-house personnel. Interacts with individuals on many organizational levels throughout JHMI; internal contacts involved in the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities include Faculty, Directors, and Administrators of both the Hospital and University. Interacts with external contacts; including architects, engineers, and other consultants; on a frequent (daily) basis to discuss and resolve issues related to project design and construction.
Reviews and prepares documentation related to design documents prepared by design consultants.
Design and construction responsibility for projects such as bio-safety level two laboratory and office renovations.
Provides routine project status updates for reports and meetings.
Solicits fee proposals from design consultants and contractors; reviews fee proposal; and makes recommendations to Director of Design and Construction.
Administers consultant schedules and contractual commitments.
Manages construction documents preparation for bidding; receives and evaluates bids.
Represents Owner’s interests while overseeing day-to-day construction activities for primarily minor capital building projects; monitor conformance and quality standards of the contractor’s work within the construction contract documents.
Review and process contractor submittals as part of construction procedure.
Review contractor’s request for payment.
Analyze construction conditions requiring unforeseen work and expenditure of contingency fund; determine best plan of action with input from consultants; review contractor pricing and change orders; monitor for compliance.
Attend all project construction meetings to represent interests of Owner.
Performs other related duties, as required, or assigned.
Exchanges pertinent, routine and non-routine information with individuals outside the assigned department or institution; answers questions and guides, either face to face, through written correspondence or by telephone.
Attends administrative meetings as a representative of the department and reports meeting discussions or decisions to appropriate staff members.
Uses various software applications such as spreadsheet, word processing and relational data base to assemble, manipulate and prepare reports and present data. Formats nonstandard reports and establishes formats for standard reports.
Bachelor degree in Architecture, Engineering, or other design related discipline,
Minimum of 8 years related experience.
a minimum of 3 years of experience in facilities design or project management.
strongly prefer a minimum of two years working with lab design and construction.
In lieu of related degree, someone with a minimum of 15 years’ experience in facilities design or project management including a minimum of 5 years in research laboratory facilities design and construction projects would be considered.
Professional registration in architecture or engineering, or a construction trade license is preferred.
Experience in research laboratory facilities design, construction and operations is helpful.
Working knowledge and experience with spreadsheets, word processing, CAD, and relational data base programs are also helpful.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work with a wide variety of individuals to accomplish tasks.
Classified Title: Sr. Design & Construction Project Manage Working Title: Sr. Design & Construction Project Manage Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PF Starting Salary Range: $80,665 - $110,880 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Mon-Frid, 8:00 am -4:30 pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10002574-SOM Admin Facilities Design and Construc Personnel area: School of Medicine
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