Systems / Contract Furnishings Project Manager - Healthcare/Learning Environments

US-CA-San Francisco
Job ID
2017-1313
Category
Operation Services
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

 

Systems / Contract Furnishings – Project Manager

Healthcare/Learning Environments Team

San Francisco, CA

 

Overview/Position Summary

Functions as the primary contact for projects by managing moderate to large-scale projects from beginning to completion, with an emphasis on cost effectiveness and customer service. Works to ensure smooth workflow and completion of project, while interfacing with internal departments, clients, and other professionals.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Act as main point of contact for the customer for all project communications during the project process
  • Develop work plan, schedules, and logistics, and organize deliveries based on overall project parameters, project schedule and scope, and customer goals
  • Serve as single point of contact and coordinate with all third party firms (Architecture & Design firms, contractors, cabling vendors, building managers, electricians, and other trades, client’s facility managers, and IT groups, movers, etc)
  • Maintain detailed project documentation of key project decisions and customer/project requests/revisions
  • Provide timely and formal written communication throughout projects and disseminate all critical information to clients and project teams
  • As needed, review plans and specifications for accuracy, completeness, and correctness, and correct product application prior to order placement
  • Plan and supervise product delivery and installation, including performance of work, installation administration, and timeliness of task completion
  • Develop and resolve open issues/punch list, and complete project close out documentation
  • Assist in establishing fees and producing professional, accurate quotations that protect the profit margin. Manages project hours to budgeted hours to ensure project profitability
  • Mentor new and/or inexperienced Project Managers

Qualifications:

 

Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree from a four year college or university
  • 5-15 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination or education and experience

  • Experience in facilities management in the healthcare and/or learning environments fields desired, but not required

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities

  • Knowledge of interior construction, interior design, moves and relocations, truck, furniture manufacturing and shipping, building management and current workplace issues
  • Knowledge of all aspects of contract furniture management, including; account management, project management, order preparation and management, installation, relocations, storage management and contract furniture administration
  • General understanding of furniture product utilization, including architectural integration with the ability to manage large and complex projects
  • Very good product and technical knowledge, including applicable building codes, correct product applications, custom applications and pricing, price estimating and solicitation, and electricity and cabling requirements
  • Ability to read blueprints, conduct field verifications, site measurements and furniture/site surveys.
  • Very good project estimation and budget management skills
  • Must be extremely organized, with good time management skills and the ability to work independently
  • Must be able to analyze and problem solve, even with significant ambiguity

Working Environment

  • Regularly works with others face to face, over the phone and through email
  • Generally, works in an office environment with moderate noise
  • Nature of work may require working off hours and significant time (up to 50%) spent out of the office
  • Periodically works outside and may work around moving objects, dust and dirt

Job Status

  • Exempt

 

 

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