Oversees the implementation of the division's annual and multi-year projects by managing project timelines, budget and cost; by ensuring the payment invoicing is aligned with project delivery milestones; by conducting quality assurance on delivery expectations, including collaboration with the Design Review function, and perform commissioning, punch-list and other quality assurance functions, and by coordinating with the Department of Public Works on project permitting, inspections and close-out of projects in order to ensure verification of project completion and compliance with the law.
Establishes project schedules to manage the project lifecycle from beginning to end. Engages the Section Manager Assessment and Section Manager Planning as needed to establish project timelines for project scope development, architect/engineering work, JOC (or other) contract scope development, project delivery, and through project close.
Coordinates with Customer Departments to communicate project scope and timelines, and work with customer departments on specific project implementation plans to mitigate operational impacts from maintenance improvement projects. As necessary, assists customer departments with on-site relocation, temporary swing space, traffic impact mitigation and other operational considerations. Provides customer update reporting on project and operational impact issue resolution on a regular basis from planning through project close.
Ensures project controls are managed effectively to keep projects on track by making project adjustments as necessary, tracking progress and performance data for cost, quality and timelines. Validates project deliverables to progress payment schedules, and manages payment and contract close during project close-out. Works with Program Controls Section for end-of-project budget reporting.
Monitors workplace safety for contractors, building occupants, and visitors during project implementation by monitoring safety requirements for the working space, job tasks, environmental testing and reporting, to ensure the workspace and workplace is free from safety risks.
Leads project close-out, punch-list and commissioning processes to ensure project delivery is delivered as intended and designed, resolve outstanding delivery issues relative to the technical delivery of the project, and address any customer issues to the point of gaining customer acceptance of work completion.
Assists in the management of contracts by working with contractor to provide design and engineering in the development of project scopes of work, collaborating with the Facility Assessment section to ensure the design and engineering meets the replacement and/or repair needs of the project, reviewing Job Order Contractor bids to ensure alignment with project plans and cost estimates to ensure product deliverables is in accordance with approved requirements
Two years' experience providing construction, renovation or deferred maintenance project management services* at the level of a Principal Facilities Project Manager** specifically in the area of Project Delivery.***
*Construction, renovation or deferred maintenance project management services is defined as encompassing at least $5 million dollars in expenditures, simultaneously managing multiple teams of ten or more projects and at least twelve supervisors/managers.
**Experience at the level of Principal Facilities Project Manager is defined as managing highly complex projects and associated processes, and typically supervises a team of Facilities/Senior Facilities Project Managers. Typically a direct report to a Division Manager level (or equivalent) position.
***Project Delivery consists of Job Order Contracting, Design Bid Build, Master Service Agreements, etc.
Internal Number: W6661L
About Los Angeles County - Internal Services Department
The Internal Services Department (ISD) is a dynamic general services organization that supports the County by providing numerous in-house, contracted, and advisory services in facilities, information technology, purchasing and contracts, administration and finance services, and sustainability, conservation and energy efficiency programs. The current departmental operating budget is $665 million and includes a telephone utilities budget of $88 million, a $206 million utilities budget, and 2,198 budgeted positions.