STV is hiring a Program Manager in Los Angeles.
Under the direction of the Chief Facilities Executive, assists the Facilities Executive and the Director of Facilities Planning and Development by planning, organizing, assigning, directing, and reviewing activities of the client's bond program of the Facilities Planning and Development Division.
At the direction of the Chief Facilities Executive represents the District in meetings with contractors, public agencies, community groups, and others.
Reviews and prepares Bond related Board reports and correspondence, often with major legal and financial significance.
Assist the Chief Facilities Executive or the Director of Facilities Planning and Development in preparing policies and procedures for College construction bond projects and operations.
Follow and successfully execute program Quality Management System.
Coordinate with Program Management Office on all related bond project matters.
Assist in preparation of presentations for Facilities Master Planning and Oversight Committee, Bond Steering Committee, Board of Trustees, Committee of the Whole, and others as required.
Create documents and reports of project information and data in an accurate and timely manner.
Create and effectively present project and college data clearly to multiple stakeholder groups.
Coordinate project budget and schedule information with District staff.
Track project status and provide management reports and updates.
Review recommended actions in resolving disputes relative to construction projects.
Assists in outreach efforts for Community Economic Development.
Work closely with Bond Communications Manager in the disseminating bond program information to internal and external audiences.
Coordinate with space utilization and space analysis.
BA or BS in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, Business Administration or related field.
12 years' of experience in the management of complex construction projects; experience in the administration and operation of a large Capital Improvement Program or Bond program.
Experience in a public higher education capital improvement program.
Knowledge of all parts of the project life cycle, to include master planning, project budgeting, design and construction, and closeout.
Master’s Degree in Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering, Business Administration, or related field.
Experience in alternative delivery methods.
Experience with using a web based project management system such as Proliance.
Experience in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
Experience with Division of the State Architect (DSA) construction/design processes or similar.
A valid Certificate of Registration as an Architect by the California Architectural Board or Professional Engineer by the California State Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.
A valid Construction Manager (CCM) credential by the Construction Manager Certification Institute (CMCI).
STV is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
Los Angeles, California, United States