This is an exciting time to join Princeton as it embarks on an ambitious, multi-year capital program. Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects (OCP), seeks an experienced Project Managers to join our dynamic staff.
In collaboration with the Program Manager and university stakeholders, the Project Managers (PM) will organize and conduct the architect selection process in concert with the Office of the University Architect and Facilities Finance and Administration for projects over $25,000. On Developer-led projects the PM will coordinate university stakeholder involvement in the developer lead process and will also be responsible for the selection of other professional services as required for a project.
The PM represents the University’s interests throughout the design and construction process and is responsible for the coordination of the University’s efforts and the communication plan for the project, including users, leadership, stakeholders, and external consultants and builders.
The PM is responsible for managing and obtaining all required internal and external project approvals. Working in consultation with the Program Manager, the PM will: determine the appropriate construction format and organize the selection of a designer and/or builder; represent university interests through the design and construction process with internal university groups; serve as primary liaison between project design and construction teams; coordinate any university responsibilities in the field; coordinate the selection and procurement of furnishings and equipment; and facilitate occupancy of the project by the user.
This is a five years benefits eligible position.
*Multiple positions available*
Working closely with university architect, the Vice Provost for Space Planning and Programming and applicable third party developers, the PM will manage capital projects up to approximately $100,000,000, for project categories that may include residential, retail, administrative, academic, and athletic buildings and facilities including:
The PM represents the university’s interests throughout the design and construction process and is responsible for the coordination of the University’s efforts and the communication plan for the project, including users, leadership, stakeholders, and external consultants and builders performing the following duties:
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