Capital Program Management (CPM) is the primary service provider at the University of California, San Diego, charged with the implementation of a +/- $2 Billion Capital Program transforming the physical landscape of the campus with the integration of the Light Rail Transit and expanded infrastructure, housing, academic and research buildings, and mixed-use facilities to address future enrollment growth demands aimed at ensuring enhanced student experience, cultivating an inclusive and diverse community, expanding our research prowess and impact, improving the delivery of advanced healthcare and enrich our community.
Responsibilities include oversight of all aspects of construction management and administration; project programming, planning and management; on-time and on-budget delivery of design and construction services which advance the mission, vision, and values of UC San Diego. Capital Program Management is a comprehensive project management organization whose objectives are to complete all major capital projects for a multi-billion public research university program, on time, within budget, and to the satisfaction of its clients. The office is comprised of multiple functional units which include project management, engineering services, contract administration, fiscal management, and supporting administrative services. CPM is responsible for bidding and award of contracts, construction and contract document management, and utilizing a variety of project delivery methods to ensure the implementation of comprehensive project schedules and budget management commencing with preliminary planning through completion of construction and occupancy.
Under the general supervision of the Sr. Director, either Campus or Healthcare Project Management and/or Program Manager, the incumbent will oversee, develop & design small departmental (under $100K) renovation projects; and, manage the details (project schedule, project phases, project costs, etc. ) of construction projects of moderate difficulty (under $2M). In coordination with the Department Business Officer, the incumbent will manage Sustainability page(s) of CPM website; as well as have independent responsibility for maintaining the website with department LEED score sheets, recognition and awards, and project related case studies. Other special projects as assigned.
Knowledge of building and construction, design, construction contract administration and California Building Codes. Understanding as demonstrated through experience of Uniform Building Codes, California Building Codes, International Code Council, fire codes, life/safety codes and regulations, and ability to follow University standards concerning space, access, utilities, fire, safety, etc.
Familiarity with ADA and Title 24 requirements.
Experience reading and interpreting blueprints, construction or modification specifications, including contracts, plans, specifications; and work off of schematic designs.
Advanced proficiency in Revit Architecture, Rhinoceros 4.0, Google Sketch Up Professional, AutoCAD 2010.
Ability to communicate effectively and professionally in a variety of formats with diverse individuals and groups using tact, diplomacy and flexibility.
In-depth knowledge of construction industry terminology and methodology.
Proven ability to view and understand architectural plans.
Skills to develop project scope and drawings.
Computer skills in word processing, spreadsheet, and project management software. In depth knowledge of computerized systems, database management, spreadsheet and word processing programs to manipulate data and create reports and construction industry related software and programs.
Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic calculations.
Good written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, including effective negotiation skills.
Ability to collaborate and communicate with technical and non-technical staff with respect to the development and refinement of technical solutions.
Good organizational and analytical skills. Detail oriented to accurately proof contracts and other documents. Ability to prioritize multiple tasks, develop, analyze and/or revise procedures, meet deadlines, and work in an environment of heavy pressures and changing priorities.
Skill to analyze assignments, process workflows and projects, gather data and information, determine and evaluate solutions or alternatives and provide recommendations.
Demonstrated ability to manage contractors and maintain compliance to the agreed-upon scope of work and budget.
Experience in historical archiving.
Internal Number: #94356
About UC San Diego - Capital Program Management
Capital Programs is the primary service provider at the University of California, San Diego, charged with the implementation of the Capital Improvement Program. Responsibilities include project programming, planning, schematic design, design development, construction documents, contract documents, bidding and award of contracts, inspection of construction of buildings and utility systems, and construction administration for all capital improvements.
Capital Programs is a comprehensive project management organization whose objectives are to complete the capital improvement projects on time, within budget, and to the satisfaction of its clients. The office is comprised of functional support units which include project management, contract administration, fiscal management, construction services, health care design, construction and administrative services.