Job Description - Manager, Construction
Description View created on 03/31/2015

Manager, Construction

FLSA Status: Exempt
Pay Grade: 23
Job Title ID: 16057
Job Series/Job Family: Business Services Series / Construction Family

Reports To

Executive Director, Facilities

Job Purpose

To manage multiple construction projects from project initiation through completion of project design, construction, move-in and warranty phases. The Construction Manager will manage less complex projects independently, and will assist Project Managers in the construction phase of more complex projects.

Description of Duties and Tasks

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  1. Facilitates educational department staff, students, local community members, and others in acquiring and/or maintaining educational facilities required to provide adequate, adaptive and functional teaching environment as deemed necessary to meet short and long term needs of the district.
  2. Establishes specific needs and project scope requirements; evaluates alternatives, prepares budget estimates, and obtains concurrence of initial scope of work.
  3. Prepares initial project scope, budget and delivery schedule; secures project funding and procures service of design consultants or service vendors required to complete project scope of work; prepares and negotiates contracts; approves payments to vendors; ensures compliance with all applicable local ordinances, state and federal codes and laws.
  4. Presents and reviews proposed solutions with educational department representatives, design consultants, and service vendors to ensure project scope meets client's needs; reviews design progress to ensure compliance with project budget, delivery schedule, and quality requirements in accordance with college standards and applicable codes.
  5. Directs and manages the overall design and construction phases to meet the established project scope, budget and schedule; meets with stakeholders to resolve potential problems and address concerns.
  6. Schedules progress coordination meetings and periodic field inspections to ensure completed work in place is acceptable and in accordance with the design intent and satisfies the client''s needs and completion timeline; addresses or corrects discovered conditions to ensure continued operation, lift safety and security of the educational environment.
  7. Prepares reports to update project status to facilities and construction department, campus managers, District leadership and other stakeholders, including any community committees.
  8. Reviews, suspends/rejects or approves all services invoices and commodity procurements; monitors payment processing with other departments to ensure timely processing of vendor payments; verifies that services or commodities invoices are complete and satisfactory.


Must possess required knowledge and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.



Must possess required skills and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.


Computer Skills


Physical Requirements

Work Experience