Under general direction and supervision of the Executive Director
of Facilities Planning and Services, the Bond Project Manager
assists with the development and management of all District capital
construction projects supported by Measure E bond funds. Oversees,
plans, organizes, and supervises the work of contracted design and
construction professionals. The Bond Project Manager serves as the
liaison between project stakeholders, third-party contractors, and
the District during the planning, designing, construction, and
post-occupancy phases of assigned capital projects. Ensures that
construction projects are successfully delivered within budget, on
time, and in compliance with regulatory guidelines and District
This position is solely funded through Measure E bond revenue which
is expected to be available through 2026-27, with the possibility
of a new bond measure in either fiscal years 2022-23, or
Participates in developing capital construction project plans,
designs, and schedules. Prepares preliminary and final project
budgets. Presents recommendations for budget adjustments, as
Manages the procurement process in consultation with the District's
Purchasing Office. Prepares specifications; conducts contractor
outreach; leads pre-bid job site visits; holds pre-construction
meetings; participates in the evaluation of bids; and assists in
the preparation of construction contracts.
Facilitates committee design meetings to prepare Initial Project
Proposals and Final Project Proposals. Provides guidance and
recommendations to committee members on the completeness and
constructability of design documents at appropriate construction
Oversees and coordinates capital construction activities and
services of architects, engineers, contractors, inspectors, and
other consultants from the planning/design phase through
post-occupancy and close out. Interfaces with regulatory agencies
and others to manage the process of obtaining all required project
reviews, permits, and approvals.
Monitors capital construction commitments and expenditures.
Maintains up-to-date records from the planning/design phase through
Monitors progress of construction. Reads and interprets plans,
specification, and other technical documents. Monitors conformity
of construction with contract documents and specifications.
Conducts quality assurance reviews to ensure work is satisfactorily
performed and completed. Ensures that completed construction work
complies with current building codes and other regulatory
Schedules and leads construction progress meetings. Delivers
project reports to keep all relevant parties informed on status of
time and cost elements of project.
Identifies potential problems and resolves project issues and job
site conflicts in a time effective manner. Implements review
processes and mechanisms early in the project to minimize delays in
construction progress and to minimize impact on the project budget.
Develops communication and risk mitigation plans, as needed.
Oversees change orders requested by project stakeholders. Provides
recommendations to supervisor on budget, time, and scope
implications of change orders. Monitors costs to ensure project is
delivered within District established cost expectations. Prepares
financial reports upon request.
Conducts final inspections of capital construction projects as
assigned. Coordinates construction closeout procedures and arranges
for official acceptance of projects on behalf of the District.
Oversees post-occupancy review process for projects as
Conducts facility utilization reviews and measurements to document
the District's space inventory.
Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in architecture, engineering, construction
management, urban planning or any other technical field of
Four years of progressive work experience in construction planning
and project management with values in excess of $1 million.
Knowledge/Areas of Expertise:
Knowledge of construction management for a variety of projects in a
higher education setting.
Knowledge of Uniform Building Code, California Building Code,
California Occupational Safety and Health Act, California Public
Contracts Code, Americans with Disabilities Act, and other related
statutes related to construction projects.
Knowledge of the State of California Capital Outlay and the
Deferred Maintenance Programs for Community Colleges, California
Public Contracts Code, and California Education Code.
Knowledge of Division of State Architect protocols, procedures, and
Knowledge of LEED certification process.
Knowledge of California Environmental Quality Act processes and
Knowledge of generally accepted construction principles and
practices as related to public works, community colleges, and
Knowledge of general purchasing and contract administration methods
Knowledge of building and infrastructure materials, components, and
Knowledge of methods, practices, equipment, and supplies used in
facility maintenance and construction and building and safety
Knowledge of the Critical Path Method (CPM) for scheduling project
Knowledge of the California Community Space Inventory
Knowledge of the California Uniform Public Construction Cost
Experienced managing work performance of architects, engineers, and
other building trades professionals.
Experience working in an educational setting with responsibility
for facility planning, maintenance, and construction
Experienced working with regulatory agencies and city
Experienced working with labor contracts and/or represented
Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to, and understanding
of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, disabilities, gender
identities, sexual orientations, and ethnic backgrounds of
community college students, faculty, and staff.
Skilled at working with multiple viewpoints and perspectives.
Skilled in construction budget preparation and job cost
Skilled in supervising, budget development, crisis management, and
Skilled at negotiating and team building.
Skilled in interpersonal relations.
Skilled in interpreting legal, technical, and construction
Skilled in motivating teams and collaborating with diverse
Skilled in respectful and tactful interactions with diverse
populations of people.
Ability to work independently.
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in a professional
Ability to work under stringent timelines and budgets.
Ability to develop and evaluate CPM schedules using relevant
Ability to analyze and review construction documents.
Ability to organize and prioritize workloads effectively to meet
Ability to climb and descend ladders and operate a motorized
Ability to distinguish colors in electrical wiring.
Ability to identify problems, develop alternative solutions, made
decisions, and achieve consensus on a course of action.
Licenses or Other Requirements:
Valid California driver's license.
Must maintain insurability at the District's standard rate during
term of employment.
Work performed indoors and outdoors.
Some work inside buildings with minimal safety considerations in
Extended periods of time using a computer, keyboard, and other
Work involves communicating over the phone, in-person, via email
Exposure to moderate to loud noise levels.
Some exposure to cold and hot temperatures or inclement weather
Potential exposure to chemicals, mechanical and electrical hazards,
and hazardous fumes. Lift, carry, push, pull materials and objects
weighing up to 50 pounds.
SALARY : $109,524 (Annually)
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Full-time, 12-month grant funded (contingent upon available
funding), classified administrative position subject to a
probationary period . Working hours are Monday through Friday 7:00
a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Excellent fringe benefits including eight
32-hour work weeks during the summer. Offer and acceptance of
employment is subject to verification of all information provided
on the employment application, credential(s), and transcripts.
Candidates selected for employment must agree to be fingerprinted,
submit Certificate of Completion of the Tuberculosis Risk
Assessment and/or Examination, provide proof of eligibility for
employment in the United States, and present a valid Social
Security card upon hire.
An applicant must submit the following by the closing date:
1) Online application
2) Cover letter describing how applicant meets the
3) Resume including educational background, professional
experience, and related personal development and
4) Pertinent transcripts as stated in the required qualifications.
(Unofficial computer-generated academic records/transcripts must
include the name of the institution and degrees awarded to be
acceptable.) Multiple page transcripts must be loaded as ONE pdf
Foreign Transcripts: Transcripts issued outside the United
States of America require a course-by-course analysis with an
equivalency statement from a certified transcript evaluation
service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited
institution within the USA. For information on transcript
evaluation services, please visit:
Applicants with disabilities requiring special accommodations must
contact Human Resources at least five (5) working days prior to the
final filing date:
Please Note: Documents submitted or uploaded for a previous
position cannot be reused for other positions. You must submit the
required documents for each position you apply for by the closing
date. Failure to do so will result in an incomplete application.
Applications with an incomplete status will not receive
consideration. You may check the status of your application
If you need assistance you may call 310-660-3593 Ext. 3807 between
the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday or by
email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Due to the large volume of calls received on closing dates, we
highly recommend that you do not wait until the last day to
apply so that we may assist you with questions or technical matters
that may arise. Give yourself sufficient time to complete the
profile, which may take 45 minutes or more. Positions close
promptly at 3:00 p.m. PST (pacific standard time).
CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.
* Previous employment performed in a different public retirement
system may allow eligibility to continue in the same retirement
Only individuals identified for FINAL interviews are eligible to
have their expenses paid. Reimbursement will be limited to economy
airfare (to and from point of origin) and for meals and lodging.
The maximum allocated for meals, lodging and transportation is
$600. Candidate must complete a Travel Request and Reimbursement
Form and submit it together with all supporting documentation to
the Human Resources Office.
Compensation and Benefit Highlights
Health, Life, Dental and Vision Insurance
The College provides a diversified insured benefit program for all
full-time employees including medical, dental, vision and life
insurance. Dependent medical, dental and vision insurance is
available toward which both the College and the employee
Sick Leave and Disability
Paid sick leave is granted equal to one day for each month of
service. Sick leave may be accumulated indefinitely. Rather than
State Disability Insurance, limited sick leave benefits are
available for days beyond the earned sick leave days and are paid
at fifty percent.
Full-time employees contribute a percentage of their regular salary
to either the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS) or to the
Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) and Social
I n accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security
Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, El Camino College has
published Annual Security Reports and all required statistical
data, which can be found on the Police Department webpage at
www.elcamino.edu/about/depts/police/cleryact/index.aspx . These
publications include Clery crime statistics for the previous three
years relevant to El Camino College classes and activities, in
addition to institutional policies concerning campus safety and
security. The information is also available in printed form in the
lobby of the Police Department and in select locations on campus.
Upon request, the Campus Police Department can provide or mail out
copies of this publication. Contact them at 310-660-3100.
El Camino College is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The El Camino Community College District is committed to providing
an educational and employment environment in which no person is
subjected to discrimination on the basis of actual or perceived
race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, creed, age (over
40), disability (mental or physical), sex, gender (including
pregnancy and childbirth), sexual orientation, gender identity,
gender expression, medical condition, genetic information, marital
status, military and veteran status, or retaliation; or on any
other basis as required by state and federal law