[New Job Vacancy] Infrastructure & Small Projects Program Manager job in Oregon Health & Science University, (Portland, OR 97239) – Jobs in Portland, OR 97239

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Job Opening details:-
Company Name :-
Oregon Health & Science University
Position Name :-
Infrastructure & Small Projects Program Manager
Company Location :-
Portland, OR 97239
Job Category :
 Education jobs

Full Job Description :-
Department Overview:
The Construction Project Team Manager (PTM) manages a team of individuals who support Design and Construction projects; their team members are responsible for specific portions of work required for the successful delivery of design and construction projects.

This position reports directly to the Director of Design and Construction and works closely with peers to appropriately assign work to team members. The PTM is responsible for managing workload and expected to collaborate with vendors, stakeholders, internal service partners, and others as needed to establish standards, protocol, procedures, etc. in support of project delivery.

Construction Project Team Managers carry out their work with considerable freedom, frequently selecting the approach to resolve complex problems, and are expected to be a leader in the department, assisting with overall department initiatives as needed.

This particular Construction Project Team Manager will oversee the Minor Renovations & Refurbishments (MRR) team and projects. The MRR Team Manager leads a project team of Construction Project Managers and Associate Project Managers specializing in customer service focused, rapid response, project delivery. The MRR Team is responsible for renovations, remodels, infrastructure upgrades, and interiors projects across all OHSU missions. Construction projects have a moderate degree of diversity, but are generally low in value, high in volume, and utilize standardized materials and methods. Scope of projects typically involve modular furniture, IT, and finishes, and may involve mechanical, electrical, plumbing upgrades and minor construction. The mission of this team is to develop a program in which smaller projects can be accomplished in the most efficient and economical methods, while meeting the standards of OHSU and insuring satisfactory results for clients.

The MRR Construction Project Team Manager collaborates closely with other OHSU stakeholders, including Facilities Operations & Maintenance, General Construction, ITG, and Logistics for the majority of work on MRR projects. They may also contact architects, suppliers, and contractors to explain project requirements, facilitate designs, and administer contracts.
Function/Duties of Position:

Team Management & Development Define project objectives and metrics to be tracked for all projects assigned to the Project Team. Assume ownership, responsibility, and leadership over team and projects. Measure performance criteria and coach Project Team. Create a positive work environment for the project teams and build high morale and teamwork. Manage Project Team staff, including assignment of work, development and review of responsibilities and goals, internal employee reviews, and disciplinary actions as necessary. Ensure standards are set and adhered to. Mentor Project Team staff, developing professional development goals and training opportunities to promote honing skills for maximum efficiency in OHSU construction projects. Supervisory duties to include recruitment, selection, and hiring when needed. Provide ongoing training and coaching, write performance appraisals and position descriptions, approve leave time, assign and approve work, support professional growth, manage team and individual development plans, and perform disciplinary actions for 5-8 employees.
MRR Program Development & Initiatives Monitor MRR projects across functional areas, and inform stakeholders on progress. Monitor and track projects for quality, schedule, and budget. Identify variances and discuss solutions with Director of Design & Construction, Clients, and other major project stakeholders. Manage unanticipated events that delay construction and take actions to keep projects on time and within budget. Evaluate the need for and coordinate project change orders and contract amendments; recommend changes to project schedules and budget if needed. Interpret meaning and intent of contract and construction requirements. Verify that contractors understand the contract terms and conditions and project programming. Meet regularly with consultants, general contractors and client representatives to review project progress and identify problems. Review and approve progress payments to contractors and all project related invoices.
Department Leadership Collaborate with Design and Construction Leadership Team to work on department initiatives, department direction, department revenue and workload analysis, staffing, and general department support. Collaborate with other Project Team Managers, Business Manager, Contracts Administrator, and Director of Design & Construction to review, revise and develop Program/Project Management policies, procedures, methodologies and tools as necessary. Manage Project Team meetings and advise director on any issues, review reports, discuss preparation of annual performance evaluations, and department goals. Collaborate on project(s) status reports to the executive leadership team as necessary. Other responsibilities as assigned.
Triage The MRR Construction Project Team Manager is responsible for collaborating with General Construction, Logistics, and ITG, to triage projects that are received via the OHSU Work Order Process to the appropriate department. For projects that are assigned to Design and Construction, the MRR Construction Project Team Manager is responsible for collaborating with the Design and Construction Move & Interiors Team Manager, Healthcare Team Manager, and Research & Education Team Manager to appropriately assign projects to the appropriate team.
Required Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Design, Architecture, Interior Design, or similar.
Two (2) years of relevant professional experience will be accepted in lieu of a degree.
A minimum of eight (8) years working in functional area of responsibility, including Construction, Design, Architecture, Interior Design, etc.
Strong working knowledge of practices, methods, common materials and techniques of the construction of education, healthcare and research buildings and facilities.
Demonstrated ability to present regularly to senior institutional leadership.
Design principles and practices of architecture; and mechanical and electrical engineering. Principles and processes of contracting for the design and construction of healthcare, education, and research facilities. Principles, processes, and methods of construction project management.
Structure and content of the English language, rules of composition, report writing and grammar. Personal communication techniques used to resolve disputes between people and firms.
Team management techniques, principles and practices. Knowledge of Federal, State, and local laws and regulations related to healthcare and research facility construction permitting and projects.
Preferred Qualifications:

Advanced degree in Architecture, Construction Management or similar.
10+ years of experience. Construction program management experience.
Experience managing direct reports. Experience managing projects in occupied facilities.
Active member of Design and Construction industry.
Knowledge of Joint Commission and/or DNV Hospital Certification requirements.
Extensive experience in Microsoft Office, SharePoint and Project.
Experience using e-Builder.
Specific knowledge of FGI, Oregon Administrative Rules and related regulatory agencies, practices, policies and procedures, knowledge and understanding of Academic Medical Centers, knowledge of NIH requirements, grant funded projects, etc.
Additional Details:

Work locations will vary, including academic, research, and hospital environments both on and off campus. Travel may be required. Environmental exposures vary considerably between interior climate controlled environments to open exterior environments. Either environment may be exposed to inclement weather, uneven ground and work surfaces, noise, wind, heights, confined spaces and various other construction site conditions. Ability to navigate a construction site, including scaffolding, ladders, uneven work surfaces, and inclement weather. Must be able to access and inspect (visually, audibly, and tactilely) a variety of construction conditions.
All are welcome: Oregon Health & Science University values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. We are proud of our commitment to being an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of any protected class status, including disability status and protected veteran status. Individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion are encouraged to apply. To request reasonable accommodation contact the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Department at
503-494-5148 or aaeo@ohsu.edu.

As an organization devoted to the health and well-being of people in Oregon and beyond, OHSU requires its employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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