Project Manager II (S05199)
Job Description Summary
Montgomery College, Central Services
Campus, has an immediate need for a FT Project Manager II in the
Office of Facilities. The work schedule is 5 days/40 hours a week.
This is a Non-Bargaining, Exempt, grade 35 position. Montgomery
College promotes and creates a working and learning environment
rooted in the basic tenets of fairness, diversity, and
Duties include but are not limited to:
The Project Manager II is responsible for contract management for
multiple projects (concurrently) including an extensive number of
professional disciplines, representing a high-degree of technical
complexity; actively manage the work of outside consultants;
management of interactions with multiple constituencies (requires
critical thinking, analysis, evaluation and problem solving in a
wide-range of technical areas).
CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION (about 50% of duties)
Provides for daily construction and FFE installation management
needs of assigned projects to ensure compliance with contract
documents and quality objectives, within established budget and
PROJECT PLANNING, PROGRAMMING AND DESIGN
- Communicates project requirements to affected
- Negotiates and manages project specific requirements including:
scheduling adjustments, closing or relocating academic facilities,
disruptions to campus vehicular and pedestrian traffic patterns,
contractor site access and use requirements, and utility
- Attends pre-construction conferences and routine project
progress meetings with architecture and engineering consulting team
members, Contractors, regulatory and/or utility authorities.
- Reviews baseline and progress schedules. Identifies and tracks
long lead items. Monitors progress for compliance with College
schedule expectations. Advises on recovery schedules should project
progress fall behind.
- Monitors review and approval of submittals and mockups. Manages
internal review requirements to assure timely responses by the
- Reviews and edits responses to Requests for Information
including coordinating assessments from multiple parties and
resolving any differing opinions received. Manages internal review
requirements to assure timely responses by the College.
- Recommends creative solutions to solve problems encountered.
Reviews and edits Bulletins issued to implement changes to the
- Reviews and responds to change proposal requests. Prepares
draft change order documentation for authorizing signatures.
- Reports on and documents issues of non-compliance.
- Reviews progress and final applications for payment or
invoices. Prepares and submits financial documents for authorizing
signatures and payment processing.
- Coordinates and/or monitors integration of building
- Coordinates work performed by separate College
- Coordinates delivery of College provided work required in
support of Contractor’s work. (e.g. delivering telecommunication
services necessary for installation of building automation systems,
life safety systems, security systems)
- Participates in effective dispute resolution. Analyzes
differing opinions within the context of the requirements of the
- Evaluates progress and recommends dates for Substantial
Completion and Final Completion.
- Coordinates transitions between the Contractor and the College
related to early or partial occupancy of facilities by the College
(e.g. in order to support installation of telecommunication and
information systems and FFE).
- Facilitates resolution of open issues with regulatory
- Assists with obtaining Use and Occupancy certificates.
- Participates in preparation of "punch-lists". Re-checks to
confirm completion of punch-list items.
- Schedules and coordinates training of College personnel for
operations and maintenance requirements, housekeeping and grounds
keeping requirements as well as any special systems installed for
academic use (e.g. laboratory equipment installed as part of
- Monitors preparation of record close-out documentation
including submittals, Operations & Maintenance manuals,
warranties, guarantees and As-Built drawings and record models.
Provides for transmittal to relevant campus and central file
- Drafts BOT Resolution to accept new buildings.
- Prepares and submits final payment documents for authorizing
signatures and payment processing.
Assists with the planning and design of new construction and major
renovation projects and manages furniture and equipment planning
and design, in accord with project program, budget and schedule
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT COMPLETION
Manages the completion of project construction contract documents
(technical specifications and drawings).
OBTAINING REGULATORY APPROVAL
Participates in obtaining regulatory approvals, including assisting
with planning and development approvals, and managing site work and
building permit obtaining processes and public utility approval
processes. Coordinates the efforts of multiple project team members
with outside regulatory authorities or utility agencies.
CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AND FFE PROCUREMENT
Assists with management of construction contract and FFE
procurement actions. Extensive coordination between the Office of
Central Facilities and the Procurement Office is required.
Prepares services and support for facility occupancy.
- Eligible applicants must currently be authorized to work in the
United States and not require employer visa sponsorship
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in
Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, Interior Design
or a related field, and/or any combination of education, training,
and experience providing understanding of the field and the ability
to perform the duties of the job.
- Three to five years of progressively responsible professional
and supervisory experience managing new building construction and
renovation projects (100,000 GSF and $5M-$50M in construction cost
value) representing complex scope and technical difficulty as well
as supervising and/or leading the work of others.
- Experience in the design and construction of higher education
(or similar environment) facility’s projects and/or $30M in
construction cost value.
Salary Range: $89,856 to $123,552 annually. Initial salary
placement is based on candidate experience and internal
- Architect, Engineering, or other applicable professional
- Certified Construction Manager (CCM) or Project Management
Professional (PMP) or NCIDQ certification.
- Applicable credentials issued by the US Green Building
As a condition of employment, the following are required at the
time of hire
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- Successful completion of a background check and degree
verification (if applicable). Must provide proof of US degree
equivalency for international degrees.
- Participation in a retirement plan
Our benefits package includes: generous paid vacation, sick, paid
holidays, medical, dental, vision, group legal benefits,
professional development, retirement plan, educational assistance,
tuition waiver for employee and dependents, wellness programming
including onsite gyms, pools and classes.
Open Until Filled