MD Anderson Cancer Center Facilities Construction Project Manager in Houston, Texas
The primary purpose of the Facilities Project Manager position is to represent Facilities Planning, Design and Construction when providing project management expertise in management of one or more assigned projects. Assist in the management of complex major and manages less complex capital facility projects. Possess knowledge of construction processes, product application and building/infrastructure component assembly. Under general direction, demonstrate project management skills in the management of integration/coordination of project elements, delegation of activities in the management of stakeholders, scope management, time management, cost management, quality assurance, managing changes priorities and communication management in the generation, collection, dissemination, storage and ultimate disposition of project information. Assures compliance with, and adheres to, current institutional and industry standards.
Project Management Manages the key projects aspects of scope, budget, schedule, and project contract compliance. Ensure that projects are successfully completed on schedule, within the approval budget and in accordance with applicable quality standards. Guides and manages the Project Team (customers; General Contractor/Construction Manager; Consultants; Facilities, Planning, Design, & Construction internal resources and Facilities Management Division groups) to yield productive actions through conflict management and use of good written and verbal communication to ensure a successful project completion.
Compliance /Regulations Manages contractual compliance and relationships for the assigned projects. Defines & implements contractual and financial strategies. Coordinate approval procedures with the BOR, THECB, FSC and associated State Agencies. Work collaboratively with Supply Chain Services in the preparation of necessary documentation for contract award. Support the ROCIP on the selected projects.
Documentation/Recordkeeping Develops and manages project documentation, record keeping, financial and activity status reports that are accurate, up-to-date, clear and complete in support of the decision making, issue solving and informing processes of a project. Ensure that the project documentation records are organized and stored properly.
Required: Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Construction Science, Architectural Engineering or related field. Three years of project management/construction management experience. May substitute required education degree with additional years of equivalent experience on a one to one basis.
Salary Range: $69,600 - 87,000 - $104,400
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