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Job Title: Project Director - Architecture
Work with clients to define the scope of the project, design criteria,
programming, budget limitations, and other future project initiviatives.
Develop estimates, prepare specifications, and provide construction, repair,
and maintenance of existing facilities.
Act as primary on-site construction coordinator and owner's representative
on construction projects.
Process change orders and coordinate the various phases of a project with
the different in-house work groups and outside contractors.
Inspect on-going and completed work and ensuring that project details are
Authorize payment for contracted services and close out projects.
Other related duties may be assigned.
Manage project budget and schedule by cost of building materials and
supplies, establish projected timelines for implementation. Approve
expenditures, tracks consultant and contractor payments, permitting fees.
May develop, monitor, analyze, report and revise the schedule by obtaining
input from knowledge and/or technical sources. Manage and initiate review
and/or design of engineering/architectural projects.
Manage the selection process and administer consultant services, including
negotiating contract terms and fees by negotiating the contract, approves
the consultants product, approves payment to consultant, initiates poor
performance remedies, etc.)
Manage, monitor and review contracts and contractors to ensure compliance
with contractual obligations, including administering change orders and
Develop short/long range plans for future to ongoing projects. Including
estimate timelines for start up and completion of projects.
Develop, maintain, and improve design and construction project management
policies and procedures
Provide technical advice and assistance to city management, field personnel,
Develop and evaluate plans, criteria, etc. for a variety of projects,
programs, and plans.
May provide leadership and/or supervision to assigned employees or project
Minimum Qualifications Graduation from an accredited four-year college or
university with major course work in a field related to engineering, or
architecture plus four (6) years experience in a related field
Excellent knowledge of engineering and architectural design principles,
practices, and procedures, estimating techniques / project accounting,
architectural and construction methods and the principles, methods and
practices of project management / laws, rules, regulations and codes
associate project assignment / budget policies and principles / contract
policies and procedures / adapting, interpreting and applying guidelines and
standards / Skill in establishing and maintaining positive relationships
with internal and external customers / using available software packages /
evaluating contract agreements / writing and interpreting legal
descriptions of leases, real estate / easements and similar properties /
Skill in negotiating with various audiences to accomplish objectives /
written and oral communications including public presentations.
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