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  • 731 Charles E Young Drive South
    Los Angeles, CA 90095
  • Debra Gebien
  • Phone: 3109833152

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Superintendent, Physical Plant, Senior

UCLA Facilities Management • Los Angeles, CA

Posted 1 month ago

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$63,900 - $126,396/Year

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Job Description

The Project Manager has full responsibility and accountability for managing capital improvement and non-capital maintenance projects of broad scope and complexity. Projects typically involve budgets up to a capital limit of $3,000,000 per project or in aggregate, including plant accounts, involving substantial architectural impacts, and may require Chancellor approval, involve the direction of design and engineering professionals of multiple disciplines, require original needs assessment and use of programming, and are relatively limited as to high technology and/or complex engineering. The Project Manager is accountable for all project phases from inception, creating schematics, and use programming, through design, and contracting, to final completion of construction, and represent the campus throughout the process and follow through on all related activities to ensure work adequately reflects client's needs and is executed in a continuous and prompt manner within the project budget.  

Job Requirements

Graduation from college with a major in architecture, engineering, or a related degree and 6 years of progressively responsible experience in project management, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Demonstrated experience working with projects at this level in order to manage and execute projects of a similar complexity, breadth and scope involving budgets of up to $3M without significant delays or cost overruns.
Demonstrated experience in planning and management of construction, modification and renovation of buildings, facilities, and physical plant systems and equipment of similar scope and complexity.
Working knowledge of construction specifications, technical drawings, construction methodology and construction scheduling techniques.
Ability to develop two-dimensional drawings and construction specifications to clearly illustrate project scope of work.
Demonstrated working knowledge of TYPE I, II, III, IV, and V construction methodologies and a thorough knowledge of Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development and Office State Architect regulations and approval processes in order to ensure compliance of project at worksites.
Skill in preparing itemized cost estimates for assigned work using basic math skills (adding, subtracting, multiplying dividing whole numbers, and using percentages), and in order to comprehend basic accounting balance sheets, reports and university ledgers.
Ability to manage, focus, and demonstrate command of a complex and continuously changing array of information, occasionally minimal information, and make sound decisions and resolutions appropriate to the situation.
Ability to exercise sound time management skills and control of projects, often under frequent interruptions, and/or distractions, and fluctuating workloads, and work proactively to mitigate delays, legal confrontations, budget problems, and any additional complication that may jeopordize project or client confidence.
Interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively and efficiently with other department employees to promote services provided by department and to improve upon the image of the department as viewed by campus, CHS, and Ronald Reagan Medical Center.
Oral communication and listening skills to obtain or convey information using diplomacy, tact, and when necessary assertiveness, to all levels of the University community on a one-to-one basis and/or small group settings, using appropriate grammar, vocabulary and tone.
 Ability to continuously identify a clear and orderly approach to prioritizing daily job activities to ensure on-time completion of projects.
Superior writing skills using correct English grammar, punctuation and vocabulary to compose various types of written documents to a variety of levels of management, executives, and administration.
Ability to conduct on-site visual inspections of projects involving walking, standing, climbing stairs and ladders, stooping, crouching, and balancing, including roof inspections and other precarious locations.
Ability to work in various environmental conditions when conducting visual inspections of construction including noise, fumes, dust and dirt.
Working knowledge of IBM compatible micro-computers utilizing MS Office, Access, Excel and computerized project maintenance systems.
Demonstrated continuous growth in knowledge of university policies and procedures, construction principals, materials and methods, and construction contract law. Preferred 
Competent working knowledge of current construction costs as adjusted yearly, and University policies and procedures related to construction contracts, bids, purchasing etc. Preferred 
Job ID: 29763
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