1. Manages field supervision of repair, replacement, renovation and capital maintenance project implementation, or related operations procedures as well as other renovation associated activities such as furnishing and equipment installation, telecommunications data, lock-shop, MEP shutdowns, and signage installation. 2. Manages the logistics to provide efficient and timely move services for assigned projects which include all facets of alteration and new space construction projects at the University. Develops vendor scopes, understands programmatic needs and coordinates efforts with Project Managers and the Department/client including a wide range of University contacts and outside contractors. 3. Using the FAMIS project accounting system, takes fiduciary responsibility for the implementation of routine repair, replacement, maintenance, and furnishing projects as formulated in-house by the Associate Director of Project Management. 4. Interacts with external contacts such as New Haven building and fire department inspectors, contractors, design consultants, operations consultants, manufacturer's representatives and other project vendors during the construction phase to facilitate small project implementation. Establishes effective working relationships with multi-project CM Superintendents. 5. Monitors project and procedural details, and in partnership with the CM and Facilities Superintendent, manages resolution of field or operational problems. Proactively keeps Project Manager informed of potential problems which might jeopardize the project's scope, cost and/or schedule, and is resourceful in suggesting potential solutions. 6. Participates in establishing procedural improvements for the department's construction related field, or project operations activity. 7. May perform other duties as assigned.
Preferred Education: Experience on mechanical or electrical projects.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Experience on mechanical or electrical projects.
Required Skill/ability 5: Comprehensive knowledge of, and demonstrated ability with, a project related operational skill in the field supporting facilities projects such as moving, signage, and furnishing operations, etc. Ability to function independently in specialty areas supporting projects and to manage consultants.
Posting Position Title: Assistant Manager 3, Facilities
Required Skill/ability 3: Proven knowledge of building and fire codes and regulations, construction and MEP systems, and operations related to construction project procedures.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Associate Project Manager
Required Skill/ability 1: Excellent communication and diplomatic interaction skills required in order to function as an effective member of a Facilities team. Ability to negotiate and resolve minor conflicts to everyone's satisfaction is essential in order to expedite project delivery.
Required Skill/ability 4: Knowledge of basic Procurement and Construction Administration tasks such as bidding procedures, schedule of values tracking, invoice processing, change directive and change order processing, substantial completion and close out procedures.
Required Skill/ability 2: Proven knowledge of construction methods and sequencing, along with an anticipatory approach to problem and schedule management.
Bachelor's degree in a related field and two to four years of experience in construction and renovation or in a specialty operation related to facilities project operation or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Internal Number: 50468BR
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