Project Manager II, Campus Planning

Uconn Dental School   •  

Farmington, CT

Industry: Education


5 - 7 years

Posted 66 days ago

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Works under the general direction of an employee of higher grade


Supervises support staff as assigned.


Manages the design process, construction activities, purchasing efforts and users needs related to capital projects associated with UConn Health;

insures that the assigned projects are delivered within budget and on schedule;

collaborates with appropriate parties on developing creative solutions to driving issues;

reviews all designs, plans, and specifications with the parties and administration, obtains necessary authorizations to proceed; coordinates all construction with personnel in areas affected by the construction; conducts periodic site reviews for quality and progress; consults with other project design and management staff as necessary; attends project meetings and reports results as appropriate; maintains up-dated reports/data for budget and schedule data; reviews all change

orders obtains signature authorizations; coordinates all acceptance tests, punch lists, walk through, or otherinspections of UCHC projects to determine compliance with codes, standards and plans, and specifications; coordinates the occupancy and/or start-up of all areas or equipment after Certificate of Occupancy (CO) or its equivalent is received;

serves as a resource to other Project Managers; negotiates contracts, monitors and facilitates resolution of constructioncontract disputes and claims; assists in the development of new standards of practice for Project Management activities;

keeps abreast with industry standards, compliance and best practices;

performs related

duties as required.



Knowledge of architectural principles as obtained through an architectural degree program;

professional or advanced degree; considerable knowledge of project management; knowledge of

state design codes and national standards; knowledge of statutes, regulations and laws governing

construction permits; knowledge of building materials; knowledge of contract documentation;

knowledge of budget and financial processes considerable interpersonal skills; oral and written

communication skills; organizational skills; skill in the use of industry related technologies and tools including computer applications and professional office applications; ability to analyze complex problems utilizing both theoretical knowledge and experience to attain solutions; considerable administrative ability; ability to maintain records and prepare reports; considerable ability to read and interpret plans and specifications for comparison with construction progress; mathematical ability; ability to resolve technical and management issues at all levels internal and external to the health center



Bachelor’s degree in architecture, construction management, engineering or related technical field

and five (5) years broad experience in a combination of large scale construction/project

management and design/implementation.


Master’s degree in architecture or engineering or related field may be substituted for one (1) year of the general experience.

PREFERREDQUALIFICATIONS: Experience in Medical and/or Research Laboratory Facilities; knowledge related to the design and construction of Medical (inpatient and outpatient) and/or Research facilities.