Position Summary The Project/Construction Manager provides a single point of contact for clients to ensure that construction and development projects in the area of University facilities are integrated and performed in a timely manner to achieve successful completion. Has overall responsibility to manage, plan, coordinate and integrate activities across multiple functional lines for completing all projects within these programs on schedule, within budget and in accordance with technical requirements. Duties of a Project/Construction Manager may include the following but are not limited to: Provide project management and construction management to trades personnel and contract labor personnel performing work on new construction and renovation construction projects. Track time and materials to insure projects are accomplished within funding constraints and allowable performance periods. Initiates requests for adjustments, time extensions and scope changes when required. Maintains complete project documentation records on all projects and provides monthly status briefing to the Senior Project Director, East Campus Facilities. Provide professional direction and oversight for new construction, alteration and renovation as required that is performed by outside contractors and in house staff. Scope of work covers assigned areas of SBUH hospital/HSC as well as managed satellite facilities. Responsible for notifying appropriate department heads and/or their designees of project activities, scheduling and project progress. Works with other University and Hospital units in managing projects to minimize disruption to hospital buildings and systems, utilities and other operational elements. Maintains records for budget and construction status. Meeting with engineers, architects and administrators to coordinate and ensure the work is done correctly and to all applicable building codes. Visit each job site and inspect all work in progress; recommending alternatives to problems in the field. Create and review Request for Qualification for services and/or commodities to progress projects. Create bid documents and Request for Proposals, analyze bids and maintain contracts/purchase orders for services necessary for projects. Confirm compliance to NYS procurement guidelines. Monitor expenditures of funds for service and procurement contracts and purchase orders. Assist with Infection Control Risk Assessments and construction site inspections. Assist with Interim Life Safety Measures coordination, adherence and site inspections. Review and identify errors and omissions in pre-existing project documents. Provide space planning for staff relocation. Anticipate issues and/or respond to field problems as they arise. Troubleshoot and find cost effective and permanent solutions with minimum impact on the project schedule and budget. Participate in scheduling meetings representing SBUMC's interest with contractors for construction project. Coordinate equipment purchases & delivery dates with the PMO Equipment Manager to meet the scheduling needs of the project. Schedule and coordinate shutdowns as needed for the project. Schedule and coordinate with various in house – and outside departments and vendors. Anticipate issues and/or respond to field problems as they arise. Troubleshoot and find cost effective and permanent solutions with minimum impact on the project schedule and budget. Maintain project records, files and reports as needed. Records change orders that develop throughout the course of the project. Ensures that all construction and renovation projects adhere to hospital/HSC safety requirements. Ensures that all construction and renovation projects adhere to infection control risk assessment policies and procedures. Establish weekly meetings with contractors and vendors for progress meetings and coordination schedule. Qualifications Required: Evidence of academic success Bachelor's Degree with at least 5 years' experience in coordinating new co
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