CAPITAL PROJECTS MANAGER

CA SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA | Temporary

Post Date: 07/30/2015 Job ID: 1273 Municipal Skills and Departments: PUBLIC WORKS/ENGINEERING Pay Rate: 0.00
An established organization in the Santa Clara County CA region is looking for a Capital Projects Manager to fill a position vacancy in the Public Works Division. This is a full-time position working for 12 to 24 months with a high probability of becoming permanent beforehand. Compensation is DOE/DOQ.

POSITION DUTIES:
Develops project scope, budget, funding, and schedule;
Manages consultant and contractor selection process and participates as a member of consultant selection committee and is responsible for fee negotiations and approval of contracts;
Communicates among the agency, consultants, and other interested agencies or parties;
Assures that project program and conceptual design meet the agency's needs and are compatible with master plans;
Responsible for keeping projects within approved budgets on their approved schedule; Analyzes claims and approves consultant/contractor payment requests;
Participates in public hearings; Prepares and presents project reports;
Provides guidance to consultant on project criteria, regulations, codes, standards and schedules;
Identifies and manages responses to CEQA, ADA, energy conservation, and other special requirements;
Evaluates existing facilities;
Reviews and approves technical reports, designs, and contract documents to assure adequacy, compliance with project program and constructability and cost efficiency; Coordinates the review of such documents by other agency staff and/or consultant peer reviewers;
Secures the approval of designs and construction documents by the appropriate governmental agencies;
May produce technical reports, studies, architectural/engineering contract documents and technical specifications;
Inspects and approves the completion of construction projects;
May assign and approve the work of construction inspectors.
Knowledge of:
Modern construction methods and practices;
Roles and responsibilities of the various architectural/engineering disciplines, construction managers, contractors and other participants in the design/construction process;
Basic concepts of cost estimating, budgeting, and scheduling techniques;
Applicable California codes, laws and regulations pertaining to public building projects.

Ability to:
Analyze departmental needs relating to small design and construction projects and prepare project scope budgets and schedules;
Coordinate the planning and program administration of small design and construction projects;
Negotiate contracts for consultant services for small design and construction projects;
Effectively communicate in oral and written form; Prepare project reports and correspondence; Make presentations to the public and various agencies.

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