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Construction Coordinator Sr/Construction Manager Lead

Construction Coordinator Sr/Construction Manager Lead

# Positions 
1
Location 
US-TX-Austin

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General Overview

Preferred work experience working on projects of at least $10M

  • Being aware of and handling environmental issues
  • Experience in lead paint abatement
  • Experience and familiar with City of Austin Inspections
  • Experience and familiar with City of Austin ordinance compliance
  • Experience in working with outside contractors

 

Construction Coordinator Sr.

 

At a senior level, serves as an owner representative on major capital projects throughout all phases of construction.  Provides expertise and leadership to ensure projects are properly constructed and the owner’s interests are protected, implementing actions to minimize the owner’s risk exposure.  Works in concert with Project Managers and customers to deliver projects within the constraints of scope, quality, time and cost.  Identifies and analyzes potential risks and develops strategies to mitigate identified risks during construction.  Manages the project resources and contractors to prevent and/or resolve conflicts with communication interfaces and within work packages.  Understands project specifications, project drawings, industry standards applicable to project implementation and has the ability to enforce these standards to ensure quality construction.  Typically works on a portfolio of projects involving construction budgets between $2M and $5M.  Participates in the conceptual development of a construction project and oversees its organization, scheduling and implementation.  Provides leadership regarding best construction management practices.  Participates in the development of standards and practices.  

  • Establishes direction, identifies problems and resolves issues related to delivery of the constructed project; develops action plans to remedy items where needed.  In coordination with more experience staff and management resolves conflicts with vendors, contractors and project team members.
  • Maintains heavy involvement with coordination and scheduling of field teams and related resources, including quality control, site safety, schedule and cost control, vendors and suppliers.
  • Maintains a working knowledge of all applicable construction and material contracts.
  • Assists the Project Manager in providing input to contract bid proposals and bid evaluations as required.  Partners with supply management to interview and select outside contractors and provides input to service agreements (contracts).  Provides input regarding modifications, change orders and other impacts.  Provides information to the Project Manager as needed to revise project scope, schedule and costs.
  • Ensures appropriate records are maintained related to the construction activities, providing project documentation and tracking all changes to project parameters.  Interfaces with project control staff.
  • Maintains effective communications and interfaces with and between individual control work packages; resolves conflicts between interfaces; coordinates activities of project team and construction parties throughout project initiation, startup, execution and closeout.  Initiates prompt corrective action to get project back on track, when necessary; monitors and reports results of action.
  • Provides technical input and serves as a planning resource for the construction work packages.  Acts as a liaison during the construction scheduling process between Construction and PMO.
  • Approves or recommends approval of project expenditures and maintains budget focus.
  • Travels independently or with a small team to construction project sites as needed.
  • May manage projects in addition to construction management duties.

 

Construction Manager Lead

 

At an expert level, serves as the lead owner representative on major capital projects throughout all phases of construction.  Leads, guides and directs activities to ensure projects are properly constructed and the owner’s interests are protected, implementing actions to minimize the owner’s risk exposure.  Works in concert with Project Managers and customers to deliver projects within the constraints of scope, quality, time and cost.  Identifies and analyzes potential risks and develops strategies to mitigate identified risks during construction.  Manages the project resources and contractors to prevent and/or resolve conflicts with communication interfaces and within work packages.  Understands project specifications, project drawings, industry standards applicable to project implementation and has the ability to enforce these standards to ensure quality construction.  This position requires broad knowledge of project delivery techniques and associated technical skills.  Typically works on a portfolio of projects involving construction budgets above $50M.  Participates in the conceptual development of a construction project and oversees its organization, scheduling and implementation.  Organizes, promotes, teaches and directs best construction management practices.  Leads, guides, and directs the development of standards and practices.  Due to extensive field knowledge and construction experience, is recognized as an expert for addressing construction-related issues.  Serves as a mentor or coach to staff providing construction phase services.  This position is typically a non-supervisory job, but it may occasionally have staff, particularly during the construction phase of a major capital project.  

  • Establishes direction, identifies problems and resolves issues related to delivery of the constructed project; develops action plans to remedy items where needed.  Resolves conflicts with vendors, contractors and project team members.
  • Maintains heavy involvement with coordination and scheduling of field teams and related resources, including quality control, site safety, schedule and cost control, vendors and suppliers.
  • Maintains a working knowledge of all applicable construction and material contracts.
  • Assists the Project Manager in providing input to contract bid proposals and bid evaluations as required.  Partners with supply management to interview and select outside contractors and provides input to service agreements (contracts).  Provides input regarding modifications, change orders and other impacts.  Provides information to the Project Manager as needed to revise project scope, schedule and costs.
  • Ensures appropriate records are maintained related to the construction activities, providing project documentation and tracking all changes to project parameters.  Interfaces with project control staff.
  • Maintains effective communications and interfaces with and between individual control work packages; resolves conflicts between interfaces; coordinates activities of project team and construction parties throughout project initiation, startup, execution and closeout.  Initiates prompt corrective action to get project back on track, when necessary; monitors and reports results of action.
  • Provides strong technical leadership and serves as a planning resource for the construction work packages.  Acts as a liaison during the construction scheduling process between Construction and PMO.
  • Approves or recommends approval of project expenditures and maintains budget focus.
  • Serves as a mentor or coach to others.  Is available and accessible to project delivery teams seeking information and advice.  Is proactive with the field construction team with regard to mentoring, coaching and providing assistance and advice.
  • Travels independently or with a small team to construction project sites as needed.
  • May manage projects in addition to construction management duties.

This general overview only includes essential functions of the job and does not imply that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position.  Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instruction and to perform any other job-related duties requested by supervisor or management.

Minimum Qualifications

Construction Coordinator Sr.

 

Nine or more years of experience in construction management relating to the area of construction specialization required to perform the job, including two or more years supervisory or contractor management experience.  A degree(s) in construction, engineering, project management or relevant field may be substituted per LCRA guidelines for certain years of experience.

 

Construction Manager Lead

 

Twelve or more years of experience in construction management relating to the area of construction specialization required to perform the job, including four or more years supervisory or contractor management experience.  A degree(s) in construction, engineering, project management or relevant field may be substituted per LCRA guidelines for certain years of experience.

 

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