Project Managers (PMs) scope, plan, and administer the design and building process for multiple projects within OHSU\u2019s standards and quality expectations. Projects are complex, high-cost, and high-risk with a great degree of diversity. PMs are accountable for regulatory agency requirements, coordinating the work of project teams including project coordinators, drafters, estimators, outside contractors, and consulting design professionals. Responsible for defining project scope, schedule, budget, and producing design construction documents for all projects.
PMs manage projects that incorporate complex design features and advanced building techniques. Projects present diversified and novel problems in which established criteria and technical precedents frequently do not apply. Typically, the PM cannot rely on precedent or standard data in making judgments and decisions. Manages the initial development of assigned projects by preparing documents that will establish budget and schedule. Obtains review and approval of key constituents to reflect agreement with the project scope. PMs support the Project Team Manager and Senior Project Manager in the growth and development of the team. Responsible for the training, development and management of direct reports. Oversees or manages engagements as assigned by the Project Team Manager and/or Senior Project Manager. Responsible for financial management of all projects assigned.
This PM position may support projects at the OHSU West Campus in Beaverton, either part or full time.
This is the second of a three level series. The Associate Project Manager (APM) supports the delivery of projects, including managing micro-projects within a project or program; the Project Manager (PM) manages the delivery of projects within a larger program and direct reports; and the Senior Project Manager (SPM) manages a program, individual projects and direct reports.
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