Construction Project Manager I
Assist in planning, organizing, and coordinating the activities of the Quick Response Team area of Architecture/Engineering Department. Serve as an advisor to the Associate Director on facility project status; responsible for certifying projects are complete and constructed in accordance with applicable plans, permits and specification and UF Construction standards.
Examples of Work
Job functions are specific duties that would be included in the essential functions of the job description. These functions are not all-inclusive nor do they cover the full extent of the duties performed.
- Provides management for small projects assigned to the Quick Response Team. Projects include carpet/tile removal and replacement, minor asbestos abatement, non-asbestos re-insulation, small mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and space renovation projects.
- Monitors projects and gathers, solicits, and distributes project status reports; oversees the management of projects by handling and processing work orders, cost estimates, bid documents invoices, change orders, inspections, outages, and completion certification.
- Prepares estimates for carpet and tile. Assists in preparation of estimates for work designed by Project Design Architect for work orders to be accomplished by either in-house personnel or be contractor as needed.
- Prepares itemized material and labor estimates for routine work orders accomplished by in-house personnel as needed.
- Interprets Florida Building Code and other codes/regulations as defined by the Board of Education and Florida Statutes.
- Responsible for construction administration of the Quick Response Team (QRT) for minor projects for E&G facilities throughout campus.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in architecture, engineering, planning or building construction or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Licensure and Certification
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