Under the direction and supervision of the Director of Project Management Services, the Project Manager (PM) is accountable to the Medical Center to provide projects that are on schedule, within budget, high quality, cost-effective and appropriate to the client's needs. The Project Manager organizes, plans, and controls the design and construction effort. This may involve recommending professional design staff; coordinating the activities of clients, design professionals (architects, engineers, etc.), contractors, inspectors, and others associated with the project; monitoring project progress, cost, and quality; resolving problems that arise in the project; working with state agency officials to ensure compliance and safety. The PM has first line responsibility to communicate effectively with project stakeholders regarding program, budget, and schedule and construction impact. PM provides support to the annual Capital Budget development process.
PM is accountable for delivering capital construction projects on schedule and within project budget. Simultaneously manage multiple projects of various sizes in the challenging Medical Center environment. Lead the project team through all the phases of the project , from A/E selection, conceptual design, Design Development, CD's, permitting, bid, construction occupancy and warranty. Coordinate all project activities with the operations of the Medical Center and Campus stakeholders.
Where project is being delivered by healthcare affiliate or joint venture partner, PM to represent UCSF Health to coordinate UCSF stakeholder input and ensure UCSF objectives are met. Where project is being managed by private landlord or developer on behalf of UCSF as tenant or as development partner, PM to represent UCSF Health to ensure that project scope is delivered per agreed upon lease terms or development agreement, and to coordinate implementation of all designated tenant/UC responsible scope items. PM to travel to multiple project sites throughout Bay Area to ensure scope is progressing on schedule and per UCSF standards .
PM Leads developmental stage of capital projects to assure that project scope, schedule and phasing are adequately defined. Use Medical Center project benchmarks and/or work with the design professionals to create the preliminary project budget and schedule.
PM Define working criteria for a proposed project, determining the hazardous materials, infection control, phasing of work, and fire and life safety requirements that are necessary. Estimate the design review efforts for a project to assure that the quality of the construction documents is sufficient to minimize the risk of cost overruns during construction. PM Coordinate the efforts of the Inspector of Record, state agencies (e.g., OSHPD), the contractor and University representatives to ensure code compliance and quality of work, and a constructive relationship with the regulators. Prepare and verify that all required documentation is completed prior to occupancy or authorized approval of a project.
With the support of the D&C relocation, furniture, equipment and IT coordinators, and in cooperation with other Medical Center and Campus support units, assure that all aspects of the project are addressed in a timely manner.
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