All applications must be submitted online at http://www.mdc.edu/jobs/ Job Opening ID: 998601
The Senior Facilities Project Manager Construction is responsible for the project oversight for major construction and renovation projects including the design, construction, renovation and remodeling of College buildings, site and utilities systems and ancillary plant. Requires a higher level of experience with all phases of project planning and implementation, and assumes responsibilities over large-scale and multiple projects, leading multi-functional teams, actively collaborating with business development, and providing strategic direction across all project initiatives.
Duties & Responsibilities:
•Works closely with the appropriate Project Managers in the planning, development and completion of College construction projects at various locations •Oversees budget and record keeping; personnel management; contract management; project schedule and meeting all applicable codes, inspections and legal requirements in the construction of educational facilities •Develops project organizations in alignment with corporate strategy and creates project office implementation plans •Manages large-scale, complex and multiple projects including advanced risk assessment, change management, performance and control measures, and rapid project health assessments and recovery strategies •Utilizes advanced cost and scheduling control techniques for monitoring and controlling multiple projects and enterprise-wide resources •Leads multiple project teams and other project managers and stakeholders, and relate to executives and customers •Reviews and authorizes payment of invoices develops contract documentation attends pre-bid and pre-construction meetings, manages the monitoring and the quality of work •Oversees the preparation of status reports with initial estimates directs and evaluates the performance of staff and contractors through periodic inspections and direct daily supervision
•Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Mechanical Engineering or related field and eight (8) years of experience in a large industrial, commercial or educational complex; or a Master's degree in Construction Management, Mechanical Engineering or related field and four (4) years of experience in a large industrial, commercial or educational complex •All degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution •Knowledge of all phases of large-scale and multiple project planning and implementation •Working applicable experience; including but not limited to, initial design and renovation design of higher education administrative and instructional facilities in the South Florida area •Expertise in end-to-end project management and preparation of change orders and modification of drawings •Ability to apply technical application of Florida Administrative Code and/or Department of Education Office of Educational Facilities regulations and guidelines
Internal Number: 998601
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ecognized for a tenth consecutive year as the nation's Great College to Work For by the Chronicle of Higher Education and proud recipient of the prestigious 2019 Aspen Prize for College Excellence, Miami Dade College is renowned for its magnificent level of high achievement and performance among state colleges. Miami Dade College focuses on providing high quality teaching and learning experiences that are accessible and affordable to meet the needs of our diverse students all while preparing them to be responsible global citizens and successful lifelong learners.
MDC continues being the largest, most diverse and highly regarded college in the nation operating eight campuses made up of over 7,000 employees who educate and provide support to over 2,000,000 students. The college offers over 300 programs of study to students who are seeking to obtain vocational, associate and baccalaureate degrees. Students have the option to take online credit classes through the Virtual College. Specialized and advanced educational opportunities include the prestigious New World School of the Arts, The Honors College and our Dual Enrollment Program. Through our School of Continuing Education and Pro...fessional Development, we offer noncredit courses for individuals who want to enrich their cultural experiences or improve their professional or occupational skills.
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