4-Year Degree (preferably in Construction/Project Administration or related field) and relevant
experience. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple complex multi-million-dollar building
programs including renovation/additions and ground-up projects. The Project Manager should
have a proven leadership background in business skills in the construction industry, project team
management, and analysis of projects being delivered by CM as Constructor contract. Proficient in
reading and understanding construction contracts and construction documents. Excellent verbal
and written communication skills to demonstrate and convey a thorough understanding of the
project design and construction process. Strong organizational skills. Proficient technology skills
including project management tracking software (i.e. ProCore). Ability to work collaboratively,
communicate clearly and effectively with team members and external professionals while operating
in a fast-paced environment
Capital Projects Manager
Through completion of major construction/renovation projects: 4-5 year position
Commensurate with experience. Full-time employee with benefits package or Contracted
JOB DESCRIPTION (Essential Responsibilities)
The Project Manager shall support the Capital Projects Manager and Capital Projects Team in
ensuring success of the overall capital construction program.
Duties will include:
- Assist in analyzing and overseeing overall master construction program schedule,
generating summary schedule reports of multiple projects as required.
- Project administration with project management software – ProCore.
- Assist in overseeing project procurement and completion process as required:
Request for Proposal/Qualifications (RFP/RFQ) development
b. Coordinate notice deliveries including bidnotices
c. Contract administration (design, CMc,contractor)
d. Attend Information and pre-bid meetings
e. Act as liaison with MSDWT stakeholder groups including school building
administration during planning and construction phases
f. Lead design coordination efforts during design phase, as assigned
g. Project management duties on specific projects, as assigned
- Work with MSDWT Capital Projects Team to develop processes and project budgets and
Coordinate with individual project teams and District stakeholder groups to
ensure timely completion of projects within budget:
- Project estimating
b. Review design specifications
c. Value engineering & constructability
d. Cost control oversight & Oversight of project pay applications
e. Management of changes in the work (change orders)
f. Generating summary budget reports as required
g. Communicate with District stakeholder groups and manage expectations
- Assist in providing construction project dispute resolution when necessary.
- Oversight of contract closeout and building commissioning efforts.
- Assist in providing timely reports as needed including monthly Capital Projects Report.
- Attend and provide leadership in project meetings with district, architects, construction
- Coordinate with District personnel to plan, implement and manage the entire moving and
relocation process, including packing of contents and developing a moving and packing
schedule with appropriate vendors and school staff.
- Manage interior and exterior wayfinding package with architect; manage procurement with
- In coordination with District Operations and Technology, oversee the procurement and
installation of District provided items that are not included in the construction project. (i.e.
technology, furniture, equipment, appliances, etc.)
- Contribute to the management of the Capital Projects website as assigned.
- Attend District meetings as needed.
- Attend and provide reports at School Board meetings as needed.
- Provide ongoing collaboration and support of Supplier Diversity/Project Public Relations
- Other duties as assigned.
The responsibilities outlined in the Job Description provide a list of major tasks, and may change due to the nature of the projects or issues that occur.
- Seldom = Less than 25 % 3. Often = 51 to 75%
- Occasional = 26 to 50 % 4. Very Frequent = 76 % & above
- Ability to stand for extended periods of time (4)
- Ability to carry 25 pounds (2)
- Ability to work at a desk, conference table or in meetings of various configurations (3)
- Ability to see for the purpose of reading laws and codes, rules and policies and other printed matter (4)
- Ability to hear and understand speech at normal levels (4)
- Ability to communicate so others will be able to clearly understand a normal conversation (4)
- Ability to operate office equipment (2)
- Ability to reach in all directions (4)
- Amount of force to push / pull up to 15 pounds (3) 25-30 pounds (2), and 50 or more (1)
- Amount to lift 25–30 pounds (2) and 50 or more pounds (1)
- Climbing (4)
- Overhead work (2)
REQUIRED APPLICANT DOCUMENTS
- Cover Letter
- References (provide references for the past 3 years related to the scope of this position)
Please provide answers to the following questions:
- What computer skills do you have and what programs are you comfortable using
including project management software?
- What experience do you have with managing construction project budgets and what was
the cost of the largest project you managed? Have you managed multiple projects
simultaneously? Briefly describe your role.
- Describe the most successful project you have managed. What did you do that made it
- What experience do you have with evaluating Requests for Proposals/Qualifications
(RFP/RFQ) and awarding contracts?
- What experience do you have with managing educational projects, especially K-12;
including athletic facilities?
MSD WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER