Reporting to the Renovations Supervisory Project Manager, the
Renovations Project Manager will lead execution of multiple
assigned non-capital projects from conception to completion.
Projects are valued up to $3 million, vary in difficulty and
complexity, and utilize a variety of contracting methods.
The Renovations Project Manager will represent Virginia Tech during
the design/construction process and serve as the primary contact
and will be responsible for the following:
• Managing and coordinating the project team (Architects/Engineers,
consultants, contractors, stakeholders, etc.) and providing support
to the Renovations Supervisory Project Manager to achieve
successful project outcomes.
• Ensuring design and construction maximizes university program
goals while conforming to the project's established criteria for
scope, cost, schedule, and quality.
• Managing assigned projects and coordinating the involvement of
all participants in the design, value engineering, document review,
identifying term/on-demand contractors, developing and gathering of
bid documents, issuing projects for bid, managing the bidding
process and reviewing/clarifying proposals with A/E's and
contractors, construction, occupancy, closeout, warranty, and
financial management processes.
• Ensuring all applicable procedures and policies are adhered to
for all phases of the construction process of non-capital
construction and renovations projects.
• A master's degree from an accredited college or university in
Architecture, Engineering, or Building Construction; OR a
combination of education, training, and work experience that
equates to an advanced degree.
• Working knowledge of site/building design and construction
processes including LEED and accessibility requirements.
• Excellent communication, team building, organizational
negotiation, project management, and records management skills
• Ability to create and manage a team to meet project goals.
• Proven customer service skills.
• Ability to interpret design/construction documents; ability to
read/interpret construction schedules and have knowledge of
building codes and construction means and methods.
• Must be detail oriented and computer proficient.
• Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and projects,
excellent organizational and delegation skills, and ability to work
collaboratively in a diverse organization.
• Must have a valid Driver’s License.
• Experience in public procurement and administrative
• Higher education facilities experience.
• Experience with project management software including AutoDesk
products, SharePoint, and Microsoft Office.
• OSHA 30 Training
Commensurate with Experience
Posting will remain active until the position is filled.
• This is a full-time, calendar year, restricted appointment which
may be renewed annually. However, there is no presumption of
renewal for this appointment. Continuation of this appointment,
even during the initial year, is subject to the availability of
funds, the need for services, and satisfactory performance. Faculty
on restricted appointments are not eligible for severance
• Work is performed both in office setting and also at construction
• Must be able to travel to construction sites and traverse uneven
• Must be able to climb stairs and inspect construction in
• Must be able to move and handle up to 50 pounds.
• Must be able to sit, stand, walk, lift, reach, bend, climb,
push/pull and perform repetitive motion primarily through use of
• Must have a criminal background check and have a driver's license
• Work hours are normally M – F 8 a.m - 5 p.m., however additional
hours or modified
schedule may be required to meet the needs of the department.
• Travel to meetings throughout the state and to non-Blacksburg
sites with some overnight stays.
• As situation dictates, must wear appropriate Personal Protective
• This position meets the criteria for issuance of a mobile
communication device (such as radio, cell-phone, I-pad, I-pod,
pager, etc.). Devices issued are the responsibility of the employee
and are to be returned in satisfactory condition upon separation of
employment. Devices are to be used according to supervisor
instruction and according to relevant policies.
• After hours and weekend work may be required to meet the needs of
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than 280 majors to a diverse enrollment of more than 36,000
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, and Honors College
. The university
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in Northern Virginia; the Health Sciences and Technology Campus in
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. A leading global research institution, Virginia Tech
conducts more than $500 million in research annually.
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pregnancy), gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic
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June 3, 2022