Princeton University Office of Capital Projects,
Senior Project Manager
Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects (OCP), seeks an experienced Senior Project Manager to join our dynamic staff. OCP will lead an ambitious series of projects from design through construction in support of the Princeton University new 10-year capital plan.
In collaboration with the Senior Program Manager, the Senior Project Manager will manage diverse capital projects, ranging from $25K to over $150M.
The Senior Project Manager represents the University's interest throughout the design and construction process and is responsible for coordinating the University's efforts and the project communication plan. The Senior Project Manager will serve as primary liaison between project design and construction teams and the University, and will coordinate team communications and preparations for state and or municipal approval with regard to land use, zoning, construction code submissions and other regulating bodies. The Senior Project Manager is responsible for maintaining portfolio reports for work assigned, keeping project information in departmental reporting systems up to date on a regular basis (PM Web, financial reporting, and project status reporting), and should be familiar with digital tools, including CADD and BIM; primavera schedule platforms, and excel and similar data-management formats.
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as engineering, architecture, real estate, construction management, etc. or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Demonstrable successes in managing capital design and construction projects.
Leadership skills to motivate project team, resolve conflicts and foster timely decisions
Time management capacities to work on several projects in different phases of development with peers, consultants, builders and proficiency in scheduling work plans for design, construction and move-in activities.
Knowledgeable in municipal approval processes.
Capacity to maintain and manage budget figures with current knowledge of how University’s funds are being allocated.
Analytical abilities to solve problems at the work day level and across a program of related projects, including analyzing data and making recommendations for decisions that affect projects on a regular basis.
Verbal and written communications skills that foster an exemplary level of dialogue and decision-making within the facilities organization and the University Administration.
Master’s degree in engineering, architecture, business, construction management or related field.
Previous experience working in the higher education environment, in the construction industry, or cultural properties (libraries, museums. etc).
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