Preferred baccalaureate degree in mechanical engineering or construction project management related field.
The education and/or experience background must also have demonstrated ability to write clearly such materials as reports and project supporting documentation, read and interpret complex written documentation such as manuals, blueprints, drawings
Preference of 5 years of management or supervisory experience with 3 years within a healthcare facility working on major construction projects.
Ability to demonstrate clear and concise communication.
Knowledge of planning and coordinating multiple functions and disciplines with reference to hospital construction projects.
Fire and Safety Certification.Â If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire, and maintained by renewal before expiration date.Â
Responsible for managing and coordinating multiple construction projects in hospitals and on- and off-campus outpatient environments. Coordinates projects for facility improvements through all phases including programming, planning, design, bidding, pre-construction, occupancy and closeout. Develops, interprets, communicates and executes projects through plans and directives. Works collaboratively with USC Capital Construction and Design (CCD) and USC Real Estate and Asset Management (REAM), to ensure smooth operations of services throughout construction projects. Provides direction and coordination to contractors and sub-contractors to enable project completion within the Health Systemâs schedule, operations, policies and protocols. Monitors expenditures and facilitates the procurement processes. Ensures that the design, processes and specifications align with regulatory compliance and the facilities objectives and goals. Utilizes construction project management software to track projects and communicate to hospital administration. Prepares and delivers presentations to Department Managers, Directors, and Administrators.
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