$100K — $150K *
Reporting to the VP, Major Construction Projects, this position is responsible for leading the design and construction process for a highly complex project - the proposed new UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights - a state-of-the-art, 21st-century hospital designed and equipped to provide an unsurpassed level of care for patients. The new hospital will enable UCSF to relocate inpatient care, currently at Moffitt Hospital, by 2030 and meet the state's seismic requirements. The hospital will be a key part of UCSF Health, a growing regional health system that includes UCSF Medical Center, the top-ranked hospital in California and among the top five nationally, according to U.S. News & World Report. The new hospital will be embedded within a campus that includes leading clinicians and scientists focused on translating discoveries into treatments and cures. UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center will be part of a planned broader revitalization of the Parnassus Heights campus that also will modernize facilities supporting our research and education priorities.
The project budget is estimated at time to be $1.5 - $2 Billion, with a project completion date of 2029. The complexity of the project cannot be overstated. The new UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights is an atypical healthcare project requiring intensive coordination of highly complex engineering requirements. Constructability is extremely complex given ongoing patient services and a restricted site with limited construction access. The position project development from feasibility phases through first patient. The position is responsible to develop and lead the project design strategy. Lead the selection and management of the design and specialty consultants including IT and equipment planning. Position leads project design development including defining project scope, facilitating user input, ensuring design achieves UCSF's vision while meeting budget and schedule. Position oversees architect responsibilities during construction administration, fit-up and coordination with transition planning and move-in. Position manages architect's incorporation of medical equipment and IT planning. Position is responsible for creating highly collaborative and integrated design teams to deliver all assigned projects on schedule and on or below budget. Manages professional department through subordinate managers. Work includes short-, mid- and long-range planning, feasibility studies, surveys, abatement and containment of hazardous materials, infrastructure maintenance / upgrades, seismic upgrades, major / minor alterations, renovations / restorations, new construction, site /landscape design, environmental, and community development planning, local, and OSHPD approvals and permitting.
Responsible for implementation of capital projects. Provides administrative oversight for teams of project managers with emphasis on daily operations and functions, ensuring that project progress and completion is within budget and time constraints.
Living Pride Standards
The flexibility to orient and work at all UCSF Health locations is required.
Valid through: 8/13/2020
$100K — $150K
8 days ago