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Reporting to the Director of Capital Construction and Renovations (CCR), the Associate Director- Project Support Group, CCR (AD-PSG) directly supervises a pool of Capital Project Inspectors (CPIs). The incumbent fulfills the role of acting Director of CCR in his/her absence. Additional roles and responsibilities include providing technical support through cost estimate validation for Architecture/Engineering and professional services contracts, construction contracts, and changes orders; scheduling and schedule validation for design and construction projects; construction quality control/quality assurance. Additionally, this position is intended to be well versed (high expertise) in Commonwealth of Virginia Department of General Services Bureau of Capital Outlay Management (BCOM) processes and procedures and to provide liaison services with BCOM as required.
-Advanced Degree in Engineering, Architecture, or related ﬁeld or training and education equivalent to an advanced degree. -Management experience with responsibility for a major building construction program including supervision and management of professional staff. -Established record of progressively responsible work experience and excellence in areas of leadership, staff development, management and organizational development. -Experience in procurement and implementation of multiple construction delivery methods such as Design-Bid-Build, Construction Management @ Risk, Design-Build, etc. -Experience with Quality Assurance/Quality Control management. -Experience with design and construction cost estimation, scheduling/scheduling analysis -Working knowledge of engineering and building construction practices and procedures with skills and knowledge of building systems and the ability to read and interpret plans and speciﬁcations. -Must possess exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to interact and communicate effectively with diverse groups of people. -Current proﬁcient skills with computer applications, such as Microsoft Project, enterprise database, etc. -Must have valid drivers’ license.
-Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) or Registered Architect (RA). -Capital construction and facilities management experience in a public sector and/or higher education work environment. -Design/construction negotiations and contract administration experience. -Computer aided design, building information modeling software -Working knowledge of the Commonwealth of Virginia Construction and Professional Services Manual and Commonwealth of Virginia Public Procurement Act.
Employee Category: Administrative and Professional Faculty
Appointment Type: Restricted
Tenure Status: Non-Tenure Track
Percent Employment: Full-time
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