Leads University projects for the Medical Center Team in Facilities Operations and Development (FOD), Office of Design and Construction (FDC). The team delivers projects for three core customers: Wexner Medical Center, Health Sciences and Veterinary Medicine. The Project Associate (PA) will lead and provide project management for university renovation projects with responsibility for programming, estimating, design, and construction oversight. PA ensures that established procedures and applicable codes are followed and quality standards are met; ensures that project program, user's needs, and project designs are consistent; works closely to collaborate with other FOD entities and campus customers; works to complete projects on-time, on-budget, and on-scope; typically manages projects with approximate budgets less than $1 million; resolves routine issues according to established practices. Healthcare experience preferred but not required.
Will require successful completion of a criminal background check and health screening.
2-Year College Degree in construction system management, or an equivalent combination of education and experience; 1-5 years of experience managing construction projects, facilities management or planning; demonstrated ability to lead diverse teams and build consensus; familiarity with state and local building codes; excellent communication skills; strong interpersonal skills; good written and verbal communication; knowledge of building systems, design, and construction techniques.
Bachelor’s in Project or Construction Management, Architecture, or Engineering; experience with hospital, academic, and/or infrastructure projects; public sector and/or university experience; CADD experience; ability to manage multiple, unrelated projects simultaneously; experience negotiating contracts.
Target Salary: $48,000.00 - $58,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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