Job ID: 2023-16501 Type: Full-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Facilities Management and Physical Plant
Due to campus expansion, the Facilities organization, seeks a VDC/BIM Manager to join their growing team in the Office of Capital Projects (OCP). Reporting to the Executive Director, Construction the VDC/BIM Manager will be responsible for the organizational structure, specifications, standards, management, training, and maintenance of the University hosted ACC Build environment.
The VDC/BIM Manager will have primary responsibilities in the following areas:
Account Administrator duties: Maintain University licensures, user access, permissions, report templates, authoritative data (lists) and the use of third-party data extraction applications (ACC integrated Apps, Power BI or similar).
3Dmodels and 2D drawings: Monitor and assure that users are complying with University BIM (Building Information Modeling) specifications and established protocols that govern the format of 3D models and their 2d derivatives.
Construction administration workflows: Establish and enforce consistency, and best practices, in the use of ACC Build workflows which include: Field reports, punch listing, QA/QC issues, Commissioning (Cx), RFIs.
BIM to FM/Turnover documentation: Oversight of the collection of close-out documents required by Facilities Management (FM) colleagues, which includes:
BIM specifications/standards: Maintain and enhance BIM standards and specifications to align with changes in leading industry technologies.
Enhance use of BIM related application: Maintain awareness of technology advances that allows for improvements to project delivery and/or maintenance of the completed facility. Examples include: Enhanced modeling standards that support emergency response uses, laser scanning for pre/post construction integration with design/as-built models, 4D integration with P6, increased use of quantity-take off applications.
This is a five-year benefits eligible term position.
Essential duties and responsibilities:
Demonstrate industry leading expertise in the Oracle P6 EPPM scheduling environment and provide expert level CPM schedule analysis and reporting across the project portfolio.
Engage directly with Construction Managers scheduling representatives to ensure best-in-class P6 scheduling skillsets are being utilized.
Maintain an accurate and detailed awareness of project statuses across the entire portfolio.
Provide timely, clear, and accurate reports and commentary to the Executive Director that describe current statuses, floats paths, risk severity, delay mitigations measures and an informed narrative as to likely outcomes.
Maintain the P6 database as a sole source of schedule truth as it relates to project and collaborate closely with stakeholders/audiences who benefit for consuming schedule information.
Ensure the timely distribution of a variety of monthly reports targeted at internal administrative audiences.
Actively solicit participation from other stakeholders who would benefit from expanded use of the P6 data and reporting. Find opportunities for data integration with other stakeholdersâ™ systems. Provide training and developmental support for the Project Controls Specialist to advance career goals.
Expand a network of P6 scheduling vendors and consultants that might be used on University projects.
Functions as the Departmentâ™s representative on committees and task forces of the University, external regulatory agencies, and other organizations in support of the mission and design and construction process
Makes effective presentations to groups with disparate levels of technical knowledge of design and construction.
During onsite inspections, may perform examinations of installed products.
Bachelorâ™s degree in engineering, construction management or architecture.
Minimum of 5+ yearsâ™ experience as VDC/BIM manager with some portion of that time acting as lead during contractor BIM coordination process.
Excellent communication (written and verbal) and organizational skills.
Requires problem solving, strong leadership and team building skills.
Must be comfortable and effective in a leadership training role, working with vendors and University staff in the use of BIM/CPMS related work product.
Ability to identify process gaps, breakdowns in workflows and create, with the input of stakeholders, alternative solutions that will improve the work product.
Autodesk training level certifications preferred.
Advanced ability in the use of Autodesk BIM products including: BIM360, ACC Build, Revit, Navisworks, AutoCAD.
Working knowledge of web-based Project Management applications such as PMWeb, Procore, PlanGrid, E-Builder.
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