Design and Construction Project Manager

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U can create the space to heal.
At UCLA Health, we want all our locations to be inviting and accommodating-and to reflect the high level of quality care we provide for our patients.
From the furniture to the flooring to how space is being used, you will play an important role as a Design & Construction Project Manager, planning environments that are practical, pleasant, and comfortable for patients, visitors, and employees alike.
Under the direction of our Director of Planning, Design & Construction, and Real Estate, you'll be responsible for providing space analysis, working drawings for our facilities, and construction administration, while coordinating work handled by a variety of consultant and vendor teams.
You'll also help ensure that any relocations are handled smoothly and efficiently during the renovation/redesign process.
At UCLA Health, U can transform the health care experience.
Working with departmental end users to prepare space plans and working drawings/sketches for infrastructure projects at multiple hospitals and medical office buildingsManaging design, special project, and construction project accountsPreparing construction documents per regulatory agency approvalsPreparing materials for client presentationsCoordinating physical relocation with outside vendors, Facilities Management, and othersServing as staff specialist on architectural information Qualifications Qualifications: Knowledge of building systems and codes sufficient to plan, direct, and manage projectsWorking knowledge of construction trade practices and safety requirementsWorking knowledge of technical building systems incorporating sophisticated designsSkill in managing budgeting, administrative, and technical aspects of construction and alterations projects in a medical healthcare environmentKnowledge of Joint Commission, OSHPD Administrative Code, applicable NFPA Codes, and California Building Codes as applied to ongoing planning, alteration, and renovation projectsStrong time-management, negotiating, and problem-solving skills

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