Facilities Project Manager

Location
Florida, United States
Salary
$63,546.00 - $79,433.00
Posted
Oct 16, 2020
Employment Level
Administrative
Employment Type
Full Time

All applications must be submitted online at http://www.mdc.edu/jobs/
Job Opening ID: 1000248

Job Description:

The Manager works closely with the appropriate campus representatives, design professionals and construction managers in the planning, development and completion of College major and minor construction projects college wide.

Duties & Responsibilities:

•Manages the programming, planning, design and construction for new construction, renovation, remodeling and maintenance projects district wide for College facilities including site, utilities, building systems and ancillary plant infrastructure
•Conducts reviews of facilities plans as prepared by design consultants, and oversees and manages Facilities Minor & Major Capital Projects to assure compliance with applicable codes College policies and procedures and college standards
•Responsible for budget management and record keeping; personnel management if applicable; contract management and enforcement; project schedule, construction compliance with applicable codes, required inspections and the legal requirements for the construction of educational facilities
•Monitors expenditures of the capital budget for each project, and reviews and recommends payment of invoices, adherence to construction contracts, attends pre-bid, pre-construction, project design and construction meetings
•Ensures completion of projects, from first request through close out, in accordance with established standards, schedules and budget parameters


Minimum Requirements:

•Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management or related field and seven (7) years of experience in higher education, institutional or commercial construction projects; or Master’s degree in Architecture, Engineering and Construction Management and related field and three (3) years of experience in higher education, institutional or commercial construction projects.
•In-county travel is required
•Knowledge of end-to-end project management, construction contracts management, budget management and preparation of change orders and drawings modification
•Knowledge of project control and phasing of construction activities to avoid impact on College campus operational activities
•Knowledge of construction financial matters, including schedule of values and payment approval
•Knowledge of applicable codes and construction quality control systems including inspections
•Knowledge of construction recordkeeping including final records retention methods, close out, punchlist and final completion requirements