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Architecture, Engineering and Construction is seeking a high energy and experienced team oriented individual to join the department as a Construction Services Associate Supervisor. This supervisor’s primary responsibility will be assisting Project Managers and Senior Supervisors on a variety of construction and renovation projects at the university, including laboratories, classrooms, offices, and research facilities. This is a three-year limited term position with potential for renewal.
- Assisting with planning, organization, scheduling and supervision of construction and renovations projects.
- Generate or review project budget.
- Review jobs, prints, and specifications.
- Prepare renovation project schedules.
- Prepare requisitions for Purchase Orders.
- Attend project walk through meeting with Procurement and potential vendors &/or sub-contractors.
- Conduct feasibility reviews.
- Assist with projects involving the application of carpentry, painting, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, fire alarm, fire suppression, masonry, plaster and other skilled trades.
- Perform pre-construction activities for multiple managers and senior supervisors.
- Estimate job requirements including trade(s) required, quantity of time required to complete tasks, equipment required and supplies required.
- Ability to meet with customers to create scope of work which meets user requirements and budget.
- Coordinate and supervise day-to-day efforts of trades on projects. Assess productivity, quality, and efficiency on projects in construction. Assist in resolving problems.
- Manage and coordinate the efforts of supplemental contract help hired to support construction projects.
- Assign and manage work requests and projects.
- Review project budget.
- General knowledge of building and life safety codes.
- General knowledge of construction safety and MIOSHA rule pertaining to construction.
- High School Diploma
- Minimum 4 years of experience in construction
- Proficiency in managing spreadsheets, writing reports and email communications
- Experience with skilled trade workers
- Ability to manage multiple projects concurrently
- Highly organized
- Strong written, electronic and verbal communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills
- Ability to work accurately
- Ability to meet deadlines
- Ability to work as a member of a team
- Ability to maintain organized records (printed and electronic)
- Ability to relate to individuals from diverse ethnic, cultural, and economic backgrounds
- Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or Architecture
- Knowledge of CMMS software, financial accounting software, Microsoft Office products (or equivalent), Google products, Smart Phone technology, tablet technology and computers
- Experience in managing laboratory construction
- Experience in hospital construction and infection control
- Experience in estimating
- Proactive problem solver. Ability to identify and solve issues before they become problems
- Entrepreneurial mind-set
*****This is a three-year limited term position with potential for renewal.*****
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.