MiSSOURI S&T - Design, Construction and Space Management Openings
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER II - Design, Construction and Space Management #00083934
Hiring Department Design, Construction and Space Management Application Deadline Open Until Filled Full Time/Part Time Full Time, Benefit Eligible Salary $68,200 - $94,274.80/ annually Job Description
Lead construction design project teams during the design phase of all assigned projects. Provide input, review contract documents, develop project commissioning requirements and protocol for contract documents, determine the applicability of the use of liquidated damages and other schedule incentive clauses, compile data and prepare supporting documentation for approval, assist architects and engineers while conducting existing conditions surveys, assist specialized consultants in identifying asbestos, lead, PCB's and other hazardous materials.
As primary manager of the project during construction phase, ensure projects ae completed on schedule, within budget and in accordance with the requirements of the contract documents and industry standards, serve as the first line of responsibility and communication with all entities involved with the project.
Interpret, administer and enforce the construction contract and all associated agreements for professional services. Monitor MBE / WBE contract compliance. Establish and maintain effective communications with building coordinators, the Campus community and general public to keep them informed of project activities that disrupt or affect campus and city activities. Initiate press releases,mass emails and notification of emergency service providers.
Conduct pre-construction and coordination meetings with those involved with the construction. Establish lines of communication and authority, establish and enforce project nagement procedures and protocol for the project team. Ensure all members of the project team carry out their responsibilities in a timely and accurate manner. Maintain a log of significant project occurrences.
Monitor the contractor's construction schedule, site progress and administrative and project management practices to ensure schedule compliance using critical path analysis. Visit vendor's manufacturing facilities as necessary to ensure delivery of critical products and equipment comply with schedule requirements.
Ensure the contractor develops and maintains adequate quality control measures and that the material applications and levels of quality and workmanship are in compliance with the contract. Ensure that the project is built in compliance with applicable building codes, regulatory requirements and industry standards, develop inspection priorities and protocol to be utilized by construction inspectors. Review inspection reports provided by inspectors and take steps to make sure non-compliant work is corrected.
Manage all project budget expenditures and transactions, both internal and external. Review consultant pay requests and recommend payment, interpret consultant agreements and determine validity of services requests.
Coordinate University departments providing project services including but not limited to data / telecommunications, computing, HVAC testing, balancing and controls, Environmental Health and Safety services, and landscaping. Ensure University departments fulfill their commitments. Interpret the scope of services provided by University departments and recommend scope and financial adjustments as necessary to fulfill project requirements.
Manage the change order process, determine underlying cause of the change order request and take appropriate action with regard to consultant errors and omissions, optional changes, unforeseen conditions and construction related change orders.
A Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and at least 3 years of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary.
Licensure may be required.
Project management skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Proficient in use of Microsoft Office products, specifically excel
SENIOR ASSISTANT DIRECTOR CSM OPERATIONS #00025843
Hiring Department Design, Construction and Space Management Application Deadline Posted Until Filled Part or Full Time Full Time, Benefit Eligible Salary $72,300 - $118,752/annually Job Description The Senior Assistant Director will provide leadership, direction, and strategic vision for the construction operations of the Missouri University of Science and Technology. The position will ensure project schedule milestones are established and met for all construction projects, and the position will provide operational level support for capital construction projects. The Senior Assistant Director will develop and oversee processes for establishing construction project schedules, risk management plans, cost performance reports, and project priorities. The position will direct the construction operations and ensure activities of all department staff are compliant with department and university policies and procedures.
Establish best practices and standard operating procedures related to all aspects of construction management including, but not limited to, regulatory compliance, quality control, personnel, safety, cost management, change management, risk management, and enforcement of general conditions of the contract for construction.
Plan, schedule, or coordinate construction project activities to meet deadlines using schedule management software such as Primavera P6, Oracle Primavera Cloud, or Microsoft Project; develop master construction schedule, lookahead reports, and variance reports for reporting to university administration; ensure schedules and milestones.
Oversee risk management for construction projects; identify financial, schedule, or scope risks that the organization may face; prepare risk responses and action plans to decrease risk factors.
Direct the planning, management and implementation of operational policies, procedures, and recommendations for construction services at Missouri S&T.
Oversee the construction operations of Missouri S&T Design, Construction and Space Management.
Establish and implement short and long-range departmental goals, objectives, polices, and operating procedures; monitor and evaluate programmatic and operational effectiveness, and effect changes required for improvement.
Direct construction staff to prepare and submit comprehensive budget estimates, project status update reports, and cost tracking reports.
Confer with supervisory personnel, owners, contractors, or design professionals to discuss and resolve matters such as work procedures, complaints, or construction issues.
Work collaboratively with University of Missouri’s System Facilities Planning and Development office to develop systemwide protocols and procedures and ensure compliance with System policies and procedures.
Ensure compliance with University, state, federal and local regulatory requirements, as well as environmental impact issues. Assess safety compliance needs pertaining to the campus’ physical assets. Participate in campus-wide emergency response planning.
Inspect or review projects to monitor compliance with building and safety codes or other regulations.
Study job specifications to determine appropriate construction methods.
Develop and implement quality control programs.
Implement new or modified plans in response to delays, bad weather, or construction site emergencies.
Interpret and explain plans and contract terms to representatives of the owner, including administrative staff, construction project managers, or clients.
Perform, or contract others to perform, pre-building assessments, such as conceptual cost estimating, rough order of magnitude estimating, feasibility, or energy efficiency, environmental, and sustainability assessments.
Other duties as assigned.
Manages professional employees and/or supervisors.
Has accountability for the performance and results of a team(s) within own function.
Manages one or more generally homogeneous teams that have a large impact on the university.
Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and at least 5 years of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary.
7 years of experience