Summary

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Project Manager
Facilities Management
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. Monitors
architect, consulting engineer and construction program. Resolves contract and technical issues
between parties.
Essential Functions
 Researches college user needs and prepares work scope and performance specifications for
projects by contract. 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, sub-contractors, 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 maintaining the College’s as-built drawings and plans and specification
documentation. Develops College’s standard specifications.
 Performs space planning and other programming functions.
 Sets College standards for furniture and other FF&E items.
 Other duties as assigned or requested.
Skills and Requirements
Education: Bachelor’s in construction management, architecture, or engineering with
significant emphasis on project and/or construction management degree required, Master’s
degree preferred
Experience: Minimum three years prior experience as a Project or Construction Manager.
Broad-based experience in civil, structural, mechanical and electrical desired. L.A. City
experience desired. Work on a college campus desired. LEED AP designation desired.
Knowledge of ADA desired. California State Licensed Architect desired.
Knowledge, Skill Ability:
Solid written and oral communication skills required.
CAD/REVITT skills required. Knowledge of L.A. City Codes, Uniform Building Codes and
sustainable design best practices required.
Other: Must be available to work hours outside normal work schedule. Physical agility; works
in the field. Must have a valid CA driver’s license and ability to obtain and maintain authorized
driver status through the College.
To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to: [email protected]
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