The Judicial Council of California is accepting applications for the position of Project Manager for the Facilities Services office.
Facilities Services provides a broad range of services to the courts from facility planning, design and construction, renovation, facility operations management, environmental compliance and sustainability, real estate services, security, and asset management.
Incumbents exercise independent judgement with the planning, design and construction of renovation and improvement projects of all scopes and sizes. Incumbents are also responsible for budget and schedule tracking, design management, and/or project administration. Work load and count will vary based on project complexity, but generally this positon will manage 12-20 projects concurrently. Today, these positions are required to manage and average of 8.6 projects per year, with an estimated value of $5.6M approved by the Trial Court Facilities Modification Working Group. Work includes the necessary processes and procedures to develop and manage the execution of Facilities Modifications. Facilities Modifications (FM) project include but are not limited to minor construction, tenant improvements, system and infrastructure renewal, and equipment replacement.
This positon will be located in San Francisco, Sacramento, or Southern California. This is a statewide positon.
Develop detailed project scope for execution of Facilities Modification (FM) projects;
Document scope and develop preliminary cost estimates documentation;
Perform site inspection and project development scope of work;
Communication on FM projects;
Meet with court, county, contractors, and other customers to evaluate project needs and requirements;
Coordinate and hold FM project meeting to provide project status, coordination of schedules, and deliverables;
Develop and submit FM project reports to senior management;
Coordinate building access and hours of service between court and county customers and FM contractors, subcontractors, and other support services;
Develop RFP, RFQ, and RFI documents in accordance with the Judicial Council of California (JCC) contracting policy;
Develop and manage contract selection process and document appropriate award justification;
Manage funding allocation, project budgets, and approval for disbursement of FM funds;
Develop individual project close-out requirements based on JCC guidelines;
Review requirements with contractors during initial site walks and project estimating discussions.
Attend monthly staff meetings;
Attend training for professional development;
Attend JCC training as required;
Participates in local, regional or national professional conferences, speaks about courthouse topics.
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in architecture, building engineering or construction management and five (5) years of construction/project management experience and ability to travel. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS − Valid driver’s license, as assigned.
The successful candidate will have the ability to:
Provide technical review and advice tactfully and effectively;
Provide sustained attention to complex plans and specifications and edit the work of others;
Write clear, concise reports and technical descriptions;
Plan, manage, and deliver multiple projects;
Organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical deadlines;
Establish and maintain effective working relationships;
Evaluate the work of consultants, contractors, and others;
Employ computer applications to collect, analyze and communicate information; and
Use tack and discretion in dealing with those contacted in the course of the work.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated knowledge of:
Principles and standard practices of architecture, engineering, construction and familiarity with state and local codes pertaining to judicial branch facilities;
The integration of functional and technical requirements related to buildings and building systems including operational comparisons;
The relationship of architectural design to the other engineering features of buildings, including cost and operation comparisons;
10 years of related Project Management experience.
In addition, a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Construction Management, Engineering, or related business major with three years’ of experience in managing and directing building maintenance construction and renovation projects, or an Associate’s degree in Construction Management or a related business major with five years’ experience in managing and directing building construction and renovation projects as desirable.
In each case where the minimum and desirable qualifications have been met by commensurate experience, consideration will be given as to the exact nature of the work performed as verified by former supervisors, clients, consultants and or/peers.
Please note: if you are selected for hire, verification of employment eligibility or authorization to work in the United States will be required.
HOW TO APPLY
To ensure consideration of your application for the earliest round of interviews, please apply by 5:00 P.M. on Friday, October 26, 2018. This position requires the submission of our official application, a resume and a response to the supplemental questions.
The Judicial Council provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities who request such accommodation. Reasonable accommodation needs should be requested through Judicial Council of California Human Resources at (415) 865-4260. Telecommunications Device for the Deaf 415-865-4272.
PAYMENT & BENEFITS
$6,524 - $9,786 per month
Some highlights of our benefits package include:
Health/Dental/Vision benefits program
13 paid holidays per calendar year
Choice of Annual Leave or Sick/Vacation Leave
1 personal holiday per year
$130 transit pass subsidy per month
CalPERS Retirement Plan
401(k) and 457 deferred compensation plans
Employee Assistance Program
Basic Life and AD&D Insurance
Long Term Disability Program (employee paid/optional)
Group Legal Plan (employee paid/optional)
The Judicial Council of California Is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Internal Number: 4701
About Judicial Council of California
The Judicial Council of California is the policymaking body for California's judicial branch, the largest court system in the United States. The 28-member body is responsible for improving the statewide administration of justice in the California courts. Under the leadership of the Chief Justice and in accordance with the California Constitution, the Judicial Council: * Establishes direction and set priorities for the continual improvement of the court system; * Promulgates rules of court administration, practice, and procedure; * Sponsors and takes positions on legislation that affects the California judicial system; * Allocates the judicial branch budget; and * Responds to legislative mandates.