Position Summary

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Project Manager
Facilities Management
Position Summary
Acts as the College’s project manager for alteration, improvement and construction projects at
facilities, buildings, grounds and infrastructure, as funded through the Capital Improvements
and Major Repair and Renewal (MR&R) programs. Prepares scope of work and project
specifications. Accountable for monitoring projects; development and execution, including
scope, schedule, budget, incentive programs and invoicing. Manages architect, consulting
engineers and contractors. Resolves contract and technical issues between parties.
Essential Functions
 Facilitates implementation of projects. Ensures project viability and coordinates work
with other Facility Management areas.
 Researches college user needs and prepares work scope and specifications for projects
by contractor. Uses computerized planning and estimating programs.
 Coordinates activities of College representative, Architect, Engineering, and Contractor
from construction documentation through contractor selection and bid phases to
construction completion. Reviews and advises on bids, estimates, vendors, subcontractors, suppliers, product samples, shop drawings, plans and specifications,
seismic, ADA and fire, life and safety codes, and assists in the permitting process.
 Maintains log of activities, reconciles field discrepancies, authorizes change orders and
obtains approval. Monitors compliance with the architect’s drawings, contractor
bid/estimates, and materials selection and delivery and sub-contractors performance to
maintain the College’s interest in budget expenditures and schedule compliance.
Monitors schedules, construction progress, change order requests, requests for
information, and other project documentation. Performs many of own administrative
tasks.
 Assists in maintain the College’s as-built drawings and plans and specification
documentation. Develops College’s standard specifications.
 Performs space planning and other programming functions.
 Performs other duties as assigned or requested.
Skills and Requirements
Education: Bachelor’s degree in construction management, architecture, or engineering with
significant emphasis on project and/or construction management preferred. Will consider
equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience: Requires three years minimum prior experience as a Project or Construction
Manager. Broad base experience in civil, structural, mechanical and electrical construction
desired. Knowledge of finishes and furniture specifying required. LA City experience desired.
Work on a college campus desired. LEED AP designation desired. Knowledge of Americans with
Disabilities Act preferred.
Knowledge, Skill, Ability: Solid written and oral communication skills required. CAD/REVITT
skills required. Knowledge of sustainability-related incentive programs, LA City Codes, Uniform
Building Codes, and sustainable design best practices desired.
Other (including physical): Must be available to work evenings and/or weekends as needed.
Physical agility; works in the field. Valid CA driver’s license. Maintain College’s designated
driver status.
To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to: [email protected]
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