Minimum Qualifications (includes min. Education, Experience, Knowledge/Skills & Abilities)
Using advanced knowledge of design and construction of electrical systems and construction management, perform quality assurance inspection activities to ensure a quality capital construction project which complies with all state and local government codes and all other codes applicable to construction of facilities.
Review plans, specifications, and progress schedule, and coordinate all aspects of multiple large scale construction projects.
Prepare and submit daily progress and field reports, identifying work inspected, interpretation of tests conducted and tests reports, and their results, findings, and recommendations for corrective and follow-up actions.
Process contractor’s submittals for review by Facilities Management’s design teams. Perform acceptance inspections and manage project punch lists.
Perform other duties as required which may include coordination of system shutdown and integration, coordination of electrical aspects with architect/engineers, contractors, inspection and testing personnel, and technical and professional university project team members.
Review project financial status, including negotiation of contract change orders; propose changes and approval of contractor invoices.
Four years in electrical construction supervision/coordination and quality control. BS in Mechanical, Civil, or Electrical Engineering, Construction Engineering and Management, or Architecture, or related field. Note: Vocational higher education, college course accreditation in electrical systems and/or additional experience in electrical construction, to include project management and field inspection activities, may be substituted for the required education on a two years of education and/or experience for one year of required education
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Ability to independently inspect and coordinate large-scale construction projects.
- Ability to effectively communicate and coordinate with customer department, government agencies, and other service and support agencies.
- Ability to review and understand project finances, review estimates, recommend contract change orders to Architect/Engineering firms and contractors.
- Ability to communicate with professional staff at technical level.
- Ability to prepare management reports using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel)
- Ability to interpret project plans and specifications including knowledge of all state and local codes applicable to construction.
- Ability to perform contractor and A/E evaluations.
- Possess advanced knowledge of project management, engineering (civil, mechanical, or electrical), or architecture.