Construction Manager « Position Deleted on 12/20/2012 »
|Posted:||10/16/2012 (Reposted Job: Initially posted on 07/13/2012)|
|Application Due:||Open Until Filled|
|Salary:||$60,000 to $75,000 USD Per Year|
This is a funded, three-year renewable appointment.
The general responsibilities of this position will include assisting the campus in monitoring/managing numerous small to medium size campus construction projects. This position will be fully dedicated to defining the critical maintenance and capital needs of the college by working with the campus community to effectively manage campus capital projects from inception to completion.
Observe progress and quality of work; monitor construction; review contract documents; maintain records; assist architect in reviewing shop drawings, applications for payment and final inspection of work.
Prioritize and define campus construction projects to be performed by the capital construction crew. Supervise the construction crew and assure all projects are completed on schedule and within budget.
Provide on-site representation for campus on various construction projects as assigned; oversee contractor compliance with contract drawings and specifications, monitor contractor progress, handle contractor questions; screen contractor administrative work/payment requests on behalf of the campus; assist in the planning and design process for all projects; work with faculty, staff, and design professional in development of projects.
Bachelor's degree in architecture, engineering or construction management and four years experience in construction inspection, OR, Associate's degree in engineering or construction technology and eight years experience in construction inspection, OR, fifteen years experience in construction inspection. Technical knowledge of architectural, mechanical and electrical building systems. Construction materials and methods and construction documentation; General computer literacy and working knowledge of MS Word and e-mail programs; Organizational skills and ability to effectively communicate complex issues with a diverse population. The individual will be the code compliance manager for the campus and must be willing to hold a NYS Code Enforcement Certificate through the Department of State.
Experience in inspection and construction administration of college or university projects; Construction management experience; Demonstration of a thorough understanding of project specifications, plan drawings and other construction documents including submittals and shop drawings; Construction cost estimating; Knowledge of Building Codes of New York State.
Full state benefits including NYS retirement system.
Submit letter of intent addressing qualifications, current resume and the Cobleskill Application Form to the address below.