The Facilities Management department is seeking a qualified candidate for the Job Order Contracting Manager (JOC) position.
The JOC Manager supervises and manages all professional companies and university personnel, ensuring execution of assigned projects within the established schedule and budget. The JOC Manager may also manage their own projects using the JOC system however, most projects will be handed-off to someone else to manage the construction phase. The JOC Manager reports to the Senior Manager of Construction and may be required to directly manage complex projects as assigned by the Assistant Vice Chancellor on occasion.
The JOC Manager, working in collaboration with Facilities Management's Operations, Engineering, Planning, Design, and Construction professionals, is responsible for the management of the JOC system and of tracking its performance in managing small to medium fast-track projects while adhering to the Facilities Management Professional Design Manual, balanced by the needs of campus departments and users, and in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. In addition, the JOC Manager will assist other project managers in analyzing and verifying change order pricing from the various project.
The JOC Manager is expected to conduct all responsibilities with the highest degree of professionalism. The incumbent must demonstrate strong project and personnel management skills in order to effectively direct teams to achieve project goals and objectives. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills are required in order to effectively communicate with Facilities Management personnel and all levels within the University and external communities.
Internal Number: 159164
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