Under general direction of the Director of Construction & Inspection, the incumbent is responsible for major programs, sub-systems and/or functional departments for the new Irvine Campus Medical Complex (ICMC). The responsibilities include: planning, organizing, prioritizing, supervising and checking the work of professionals (University and consultants) engaged in the planning, design and construction process. The incumbent also represents the University at meetings and conferences related to the physical development of University projects.
Degreed Architect/Engineer OR Degreed Construction Science and Management.
Extensive experience in design and management of similarly complex and sizeable health care projects and major, technically complex capital improvement projects.
Incumbent will possess no less than ten years' experience with similar responsibilities and have a track record of proven results in terms of quality construction as well as solid budget and schedule adherence. Incumbent will have a solid history working with and teaching an array of project teams.
Possess working knowledge of design, contracts, design-build processes, cost estimating, budgets, bidding process, dispute resolution, arbitration and scheduling.
Record of leadership skills and organizational effectiveness.
Demonstrated, impeccable project management skills and experience in managing professional staff, managing design professionals and implementing defined goals, management tools and improving established processes.
Superior communication skills (writing, speaking, and listening) along with commitment to affirmative action, creative problem solving, and conflict-resolution. Imaginative approaches to achieving University goals are essential to interact effectively with co-workers, clients, consulting architects, engineers, managers, contractors, campus administrators, and the academic community.
Possess the skill sets necessary to think through problems and offer a range of options for decision-making. Each option will have been well thought out, with due consideration given to its ramifications to the team members and organization.
Overall knowledge of each project team member's responsibilities and capabilities.
Knowledge of design and construction trade practices, processes, and techniques.
Knowledge of the building design process.
Knowledge of Design-Build processes
Detailed knowledge of construction contract documents.
Skill in writing concise, logical, and grammatically correct reports.
Knowledge of federal, state and local codes as they pertain to design and construction.
Final candidate subject to background check. As a federal contractor, UC Irvine is required to use E-Verify to confirm the work status of individuals assigned to perform substantial work under certain federal contracts/subcontracts.
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