1. Develops planning models based on the needs of department and institutional priorities. 2. Participates in the resolution of planning and technical conflicts and recommends cost effective options and approaches. 3. Ensures that institutional planning objectives and strategies are incorporated into departmental plans and projects. 4. Manages authorizations by preparing succinct presentations that distill complex project issues into distinct, clear options, thereby allowing for informed and timely decision-making. 5. Establishes priorities for the allocation of design resources. Provides information and recommendations on physical and comprehensive planning and design issues, large scale planning studies, and special facilities planning topics. 6. Manages and reviews the progress and quality of the work performed by outside and in-house consultants. Manages the work efforts of external architects and engineers. 7. Acts as the primary contact among project architects, other consultants various building committees, technical and operations groups, and staff members during the planning phase of the project. 8. Provides advice to ensure conformity with specifications, codes, regulations, and University Design Standards. Develops engineering and architectural program requirements. 9. Resolves conflicting issues with consultants, project scope, budgets and schedules. Develops overall project budgets including construction, consultant and other fees, furnishings and equipment, operations and testing costs. Manages the selection of consultants. 10. Ensures projects in the planning phase are completed within the approved budget and schedule, and conform to applicable codes and zoning ordinances. 11. May perform other duties as assigned.
Required Skill/ability 5: Well-developed organizational, analytical, oral and written communication and managerial skills and the ability to process multiple projects, set priorities, and work independently to meet objectives. Ability to establish priorities and follow through on projects paying close attention to detail with minimal supervision.
Posting Position Title: Planner
Required Skill/ability 3: Ability to communicate with members of the academic, scientific and healthcare communities to understand and discuss specific research and clinical needs. Ability to work within a project team structure.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Planner Architect
Required Skill/ability 1: Proven ability to develop planning solutions and participate in the resolution of planning and technical issues, recommends cost effective options and approaches. Ability to synthesize technical programmatic needs, develops alternative planning solutions to use as tools for establishing design.
Required Skill/ability 4: Proven knowledge of project development and execution and budgeting. Knowledge of financial practices including life-cycle cost analysis. Well-developed organizational, analytical, oral and written communication and managerial skills. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Required Skill/ability 2: Proven knowledge of architectural, engineering and construction technology, theory, practices, and principles. Knowledge of building codes, zoning ordinances and related regulations.
Bachelor's Degree in Architecture or Planning and seven years of related work experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Internal Number: 64497BR
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