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What will I be doing in this role?
The Construction Project Manager oversees the development of all assigned projects from inception through project close-out and is responsible for the successful delivery of these projects. The Construction Project Manager is responsible for directing and managing outsourced construction management firms, architectural firms, and general contractors. Additionally, the Construction Project Manager will collaborate and work with the department architects, resource accounting and support staff from initial project inception through successful project completion. Oversees construction projects assigned at the Main Medical Center and/or off-site, including the scheduling of and coordination of vendors, monitoring progress and providing progress reports including through internal project management software, meetings and reporting structures.
Responsible for managing team assigned to departmental projects. Specifically, for Project Management, Cost Control, Technical Advisory Staff etc.
Participates in entire project evaluation and development. Makes appropriate project recommendations to the department manager and department project managers concerning cost, scheduling and construction issues.
Manages work of department staff on all new projects including Support Specialist, Project Coordinators, Planner/Designer, Interiors staff, Signage/Wayfinding and MAs. Works closely with users and stakeholders to budget their time and commitment in order to receive the appropriate operational feedback and input.
Consistently initiates and participates in productivity and quality improvements, including benchmarking with other facilities and monitoring progress.
Prepares, reviews and monitors budgets and all project dollar expenditure financial performance.
Oversees the construction process including the scheduling of vendors, monitoring of progress and providing progress reports. Reviews and evaluates the general condition of the project location as it applies to current or future projects.
Ensures project compliance with all Medical Center polices, OSHPD policies, OSHA requirements, federal/state/local regulations and Joint Commission requirements.
Communicates with customers in a positive and professional manner. Serves as both part of the design team and construction team. Makes contact on a routine basis with customers and works closely with all Facilities Management team members to improve customer service, including other internal departments that contribute to the successful delivery of projects.
Oversees the Maintenance and updating of project data into a CSMC project management and as-built plan system.
Establishes effective working relationships with cross-functional team(s)
Cultivates and maintains strong customer relationships and rapport with stakeholders and/or client groups
Identifies and responds appropriately to both internal and external customer needs utilizing available resources
High School Diploma/GED minimum. Bachelor's Degree - Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering or other related field preferred
Project Management Professional (PMP) preferred
5 (five) years progressive experience in the construction and renovation of health care facilities is required with proven ability to administer all phases of health facility construction, minimum
Ability to promote and foster participation/collaboration among individuals and groups
Ability to initiate, plan, design, execute, and monitor project(s)
Ability to convey and/or receive written/verbal information to/from various audiences in different formats
Ability to communicate expectations and priorities, and clarify roles and responsibilities
Ability to apply knowledge of accounting principles to create, monitor or operate to budget(s)
Ability to interpret and apply knowledge of State, Federal and Agency standards to comply with regulations
Working Title:Construction Project Manager Department:Construction Business Entity:Corporate Services Job Category:,Facilities,Facilities Job Specialty:Facilities Planning Position Type:Full-time Shift Length:8 hour shift Shift Type:Day
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