Independently manages projects related to equipment replacement or infrastructure system improvements for OHSU buildings. The FPC2 is responsible for prioritization of infrastructure projects; programming and pre-design of infrastructure-related projects; developing cost estimates; managing projects to meet scope, schedule, and budget commitments; scheduling efforts to minimize impacts on the building tenants; coordinating impacts due to the project; and inspecting the work to ensure safety and compliance.
Program Prioritization . Works with the Facility Condition Assessment and Facilities Operations stakeholders to prioritize deferred maintenance and capital renewal needs and develop project programs and business cases to support funding requests.
Project Initiation and Planning . Works with customers and other stakeholders to define the scope of projects. Actively engages in design process to foresee risks and obstacles to improve project outcome. Evaluates designs for compliance with codes, standards, and regulations, energy efficiency, durability of building materials, and proper construction methods. Estimates project costs and timelines, and forecasts impacts and complications to schedule work in a way that minimizes adverse impacts on the building tenants. Obtains fiscal approval, executes contracts, and assigns duties and responsibilities to team members.
Project Execution, Control & Closure . Independently manages projects to be completed on time and within budget. Actively manages contractors and internal trades to maximize efficiency and effectiveness. Reviews and maintains commissioning documents and other closeout materials. Writes project status reports and maintains project master file, documenting progress throughout the course of the project. Works in systems like AutoCAD, BIM, the Facility Condition Assessment, and the Computerized Maintenance Management System to maintain up to date system records.
Customer Service . Communicates frequently and proactively with project stakeholders regarding project status, impacts, and risks to schedule or budget. Engages customers in overcoming obstacles and takes ownership of risk mitigation and escalates issues appropriately to achieve successful project delivery.
Continuous Process Improvement . Suggests, promotes and sustains process improvement initiatives throughout all levels of the department. Looks for opportunities to learn new techniques and methods that will improve efficiency and quality.
Safety and Compliance Management . Directs contractors to administer safety procedures and enforce them in the field. Delivers a safe work environment for the field craft. Uses OHSU and OSHA safety requirements to prevent incident and injury. Incorporates the safety plan into job plans. Enforces safety rules and policies.
Team Leadership . Conducts project team meetings. Interprets, organizes, and coordinates work assignments. Contributes to planning, estimating and field execution. Requisitions tools, materials and equipment in accordance with established procedures and necessary lead times. Monitors staff utilization, effectiveness, and productivity.
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