Work Management Coordinator Duties
Performs a variety of advanced, professional, administrative and
supervisory work, assisting a facilities oriented organization
to manage a diverse variety of work efforts.
Work in general consists of planning, programming and
coordination of various small to large projects. Projects could
include building design and construction projects from
conception through final inspection, computerized maintenance
management systems, asbestos document coordination and drawing
control systems, etc. Work requires establishing and maintaining
effective working relationships with a wide variety of
institutional and professional personnel.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assists or leads the coordination of general project design
including programming, estimating, consultant selection, design
review and liaison with Physical Plant, departmental and design
Compiles and reports technical information; schedules and
assists with design development, meetings, schedule selection,
design and construction budget development and/or status and
Attends project status meeting and is prepared to report design,
construction and budget status plus client expectations and
Provides estimating assistance.
Responds to telephone or personal requests and complaints using
individual judgement based on experience and knowledge or
referring to supervisor when necessary.
Interacts with outside consultants in terms of negotiation of
contracts, scope, guidance and coordination with the appropriate
management and clients.
Organize basic project requirements, identify necessary resource
needs, develop implementation schedule, implement and manage
on-going needs to ensure long term project and system success.
Manage appropriate staff (regular, student, temporary, etc.) as
necessary to insure successful work management of Department
systems and projects.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from a standard vocational or high school and 3 to 5
years supervisory experience in the facilities or construction
field; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.
College degree preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Thorough knowledge of the principles, techniques, and practices
of building repair, alteration and construction.
Thorough understanding of basic building systems.
Thorough knowledge of the basic principles, techniques, and
practices of the various trade crafts.
Ability to follow oral and written instructions and to interpret
and work from drawings, blue prints and other specifications.
Ability to plan, supervise and inspect the work of several
different crafts of journeymen.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with division and university personnel.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in
writing. Intermediate level computer skills.
Understanding of the basic professional office systems.