$37.20-$51.03 Hourly / $2,604.33-$3,572.30 BiWeekly /
In the Department of Construction Services this class is accountable for performing the most complex duties in the area of engineering OR coordinating all phases of design for state buildings including the architectural, engineering, code review, cost review or equipment functions.
Works under the limited supervision of a Construction Services Project Manager, Construction Services Supervisor (Project Management) or other employee of higher grade.
Acts as a technical assistant to a Construction Services Supervisor (Project Management) or Construction Services Project Manager in review of complex construction plans, drawings, specifications and change orders for completeness, accuracy and consistency with contract documents, codes and agency or statutory requirements; participates in electrical, mechanical, structural, civil or telecommunications projects; consults with project managers, supervising project managers, consultants, engineers and other design reviewers during design stage of new projects or proposed alterations to existing facilities; performs specialized duties in coordinating general construction, electrical, structural, HVAC and plumbing inspectors in respective phases of building construction; researches acceptability of products, systems, design and new technology; provides advisory services to staff regarding code applications and resolution of field problems; audits and approves monthly requisitions for work completed; verifies architect change recommendations; advises supervisors regarding job conditions, deviations from contract documents, potential delays and claims or conditions with potential for litigation and/or arbitration and makes recommendations for resolution; may conduct inspections of new or existing buildings, additions and renovations during construction or upon completion for compliance to codes; may represent project managers at job meetings; may prepare and maintain construction records and reports; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of principles, practices and methods of architectural or engineering design, building design and design aspects of building modification and construction; considerable knowledge of project management; knowledge of building materials and codes; knowledge of contractual documentation; considerable oral and written communication skills; considerable ability to read and interpret construction drawings.
Seven (7) years of experience in the design, construction, leasing and/or management of commercial, industrial or institutional building projects involving any combination of the following: architectural or engineering design or review, construction supervision, leasing, facilities management or project management.
Two (2) years of the General Experience must have included responsibility for contract or change order negotiations and/or coordination of architectural, engineering, code review, cost review, equipment and physical operations.
This replaces the existing specification for the class of Public Works Assistant Project Manager in Salary Group ES 26 approved effective April 25, 2008. (Revised to update agency name)