United States District Court - Middle District of Florida
June 28, 2018
CL 29 $69,780 - $87,252 (to st
Full Time - Experienced
4 Year Degree
AnnouncementNo. 18-41 PositionCloses: Open Until Filled Available: Immediately
The Courthouse Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the planning, designing, and construction of interior architectural/construction projects for judges and court units within the Middle District of Florida. This position reports directly to the Space & Facilities Manager.
Provides services related to all aspects of space planning and post-occupancy troubleshooting;
Monitors and validates all initial costs, change orders, and above standard costs. Performs cost evaluation and control at each step of the projects to ensure that budget restrictions are followed and that the projects are in compliance with stated objectives.
Tracks all design issues and time lines;
Prepares and presents periodic reports on status and/or funding requirements to judges and unit executives;
Reviews all finish samples, schedules, catalog cuts, and shop drawings;
Acts as liaison between interior contractor, furniture, carpet and furnishing vendors and the judges, clerk of court, and procurement staff to coordinate the selection of carpeting, furniture, and other furnishing for chambers and clerk’s offices as needed;
Coordinates the installation of electrical, telecommunications, automation systems, courtroom technology equipment, and security installation;
Coordinates the acquisition and installation of sound systems with the IT Manager.
Reviews, analyzes, and recommends space resources; creates space planning and architectural design concepts; interprets architectural drawings and specifications for user groups while maintaining compliance with design specifications, the U.S. Courts Design Guide, and any other Judiciary policy.
Reviews and recommends space resources, creates space planning and interior architectural design concepts and works with architects, interior designers, and other court representatives regarding appropriate selection and placement of finishes, furniture and furnishings.
Oversees furniture and workstation layouts.
Prepares and presents periodic reports on funding, projects, or administrative issues.
Participates in master planning, feasibility and other planning studies on space needs and procurement of such utilizing federal procurement guidelines.
Maintains compliance with judicial guides, policies, procedures, and codes of other agencies which affect the planning, design, and construction of court activities.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
Requires a minimum of five years of progressively responsible project management work experience in architectural and/or construction disciplines. Requires experience in developing design programs, reviewing construction documents and estimates, and resolving related issues from preliminary design through construction for complex architectural projects. Familiarity with courthouse or other public sector construction projects, the Federal General Services Administration regulations (GSA P-100), and the U.S. Court Design Guide is desirable. Experience with construction management and 2 years of AutoCad experience are required. A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is preferred.
Information for Applicants
Send cover letter and resume to Human Resources Manager, Clerk’s Office, Attention: 18-41, 401 W. Central Blvd, Suite 2100, Orlando, Florida 32801-0210 or email a single PDF version to email@example.com. Facsimilies are not accepted. The position is open until filled. Selected interviews will be scheduled as applications are reviewed. Receipt of individual applications will not be acknowledged because of the volume of applications received.
The United States Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or eligible to work in the United States.
Employees are required to use the Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) for payroll deposit.
The selected candidate will be subject to a background check as a condition of employment.
Additional Salary Information: * Starting salary commensurate with work experience, previous federal government service, and prior pay history.
Internal Number: 18-41
About United States District Court - Middle District of Florida
The United States District Court - Middle District of Florida comprises five divisions extending over 350 miles and employs a staff of nearly 300.