The Ohio State University will be undertaking over $3B dollars worth of work and building the campus of the future to support teaching, learning and research. In conjunction with the Ohio State's strategic plan and Framework 2.0, the university's long-term vision, key projects are emerging across the Columbus campus. The projects include: Inpatient Hospital Tower, Hospital Garage, CSS, Health Sciences Faculty Office and Optometry Clinic, Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Center, Interdisciplinary Research Facility, Outpatient Care New Albany, Dublin and West Campus.
The Construction Manager in Facilities Design and Construction for the PMO (Project Management Office) will be responsible for leading ambulatory projects, as assigned within the PMO. The primary focus for this position is management of all aspects of the project during construction. Manages, supervises, directs and coordinates new construction and renovation projects through the entire project life cycle, including but not limited to budget/estimating, scheduling, planning/design, bidding, construction and closeout phases. Project delivery methods utilized will primarily be Construction Manager at Risk. The PMO Construction Manager ensures projects run according to schedule, meets financial objectives and university core goals while exercising independent judgement. Skillfully navigates the wide array of tasks and responsibilities required to successfully deliver projects while providing the highest level of customer service. Coordinate pricing and proposals with contractors on projects. Monitors construction timeline and ensures that contractors are maintaining schedule and budgets. Review/approve monthly contractor billing to ensure request aligns with work completed to date. Coordinates necessary interruption of services with FOD Operations, hospital utilities, energy partners, etc. The Construction Manager will collaborate with epidemiology, hospital safety, compliance and operations. Review and/or approve shop drawings, change directives (field work orders), request for information, and change orders. Transitions projects to university operations and departments at occupancy. Closes out projects at completion, ensuring all final invoices and contractual commitments have been processed. Verifies record drawings and operating manuals are received and delivered to the appropriate university departments. Delivers projects following rules set forth in the Ohio Revised Code 153, Ohio Administrative Code 153, Building Design Standards, and university policies. Acts as University representative included, but not limited to, architects, engineers, construction managers and contractors to accomplish the project within the established schedule and budget and within the customers? expectations. Prepares and develops cost estimates, schedules and scopes of work for new construction and renovation projects as assigned for customer/stakeholder approval. Reviews and negotiates fee proposals of consultants and coordinates activities of architects, consultants and contractors. Reviews design documents and project manuals for compliance with building code, university building design standards and project objectives. Review/approve monthly professional service billings to ensure requests align with work performed. Provides communications to Director of Projects, Senior Leadership, Medical Center Leadership, customers and stakeholders during all project phases. Prepares and provides project status reports and project schedules for Director of Projects, Administrators, Medical Center Leadership and Senior Leadership. Provides recommendations on project costs analysis and alternatives to deliver projects on time and on budget. Partners and coordinates work with FOD Operations, OCIO, Medical Center Operations and departments. Works actively with other areas of the university to ensure university-wide collaboration, collegiality, civility and teamwork. The Construction Manager typically manages large and complex projects with budgets generally greater than $20 million. Maintains documentation of all assigned projects in the electronic project file and project management system. Participates and may lead departmental staff, design and construction coordination meetings. Participates in continuing education, internal workshops and training sessions. Hours and days may vary due to project needs. Maybe required for 24 hour emergency call. Potential travel to sites outside the Columbus Campus may be required for this position. Will require successful completion of a criminal background check and health screen.
Additional Information for Applicants::
This position has been reposted.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, construction management or related field OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Eight or more years of experience in capital construction projects within public sector or university experience within a medical center/health care facility. Experience negotiating contracts and/or fee proposals. Understanding of the LEED rating system. Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills including demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with a broad range of customers and management levels. Demonstrated construction management administration skills, working knowledge of building systems, design and construction techniques. Proven organizational and problem-solving skills. Working knowledge and practical application and experience in word processing, spreadsheet, planning and data base software use. Knowledge of applicable codes and regulatory requirements such as OSHA, OBC, NFPA, JCAHO, ADA, HIPAA. Valid driver’s license.
Experience with CADD, Revit, BIM, or other computer drafting programs. Licensed Architect or Engineer a plus.
Target Salary: $78,000.00 - $90,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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