The Campus Construction Coordinator is responsible for monitoring contracted construction projects and participating in construction planning. This position is governed by institution policy.
Monitors building construction projects in progress, reviews designs for new construction projects, bids and recommends bid awards, meets with contractors involved in projects to communicate needs and project requirements, and reviews all changes during construction.
Prepares reports to keep officials abreast of projects, participates in long range planning for campus construction, prioritizes building projects in accordance with long range plans, and reviews building usage, occupants, and traffic patterns.
Reviews inspection reports and payments to contractors, monitors correction of defects during warranty period, and develops procedures for preventative maintenance programs to be used for new construction.
Prepares cost estimates and project descriptions, prepares construction budgets, and recommends methods for financing projects.
Recommends potential architects, engineers, or contractors to campus purchasing officials and coordinates construction projects with various state agencies.
Plans and designs in-house projects and estimates costs.
Determines projects to be completed by the physical plant and prepares summaries to keep management advised.
Performs other duties as assigned.
SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:
Occasional in-state travel is required.
KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of state contract laws and procedures. Knowledge of building and safety codes. Knowledge of construction plans, design, and financing. Ability to monitor construction projects in progress. Ability to develop construction plans and assess future needs. Ability to review and analyze architectural and engineering contract construction proposals. Ability to develop and coordinate in-house construction projects. Ability to recommend preventative maintenance programs.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
The formal education equivalent of a bachelor's degree with a major in industrial engineering or related field; plus three years of experience in construction or a related area.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
Must possess a valid Arkansas driver