Facilities Construction Coordinator (Anchorage) Job #21-6445

Overview

Date Posted:
10/4/2021
Job Code:
CDCOORD
Location:
Public Housing
City:
ANCHORAGE
State:
AK
Country:
United States of America

Description

 

 

Corporate Values:  Integrity, Respectful, Leadership, Sustainable

 

Position Summary:  Implements agency construction and modernization projects throughout the State of Alaska.

                               

Reports to:  FACILITIES MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR

 

 

OVERVIEW

Coordinates the implementation of all departmental extraordinary/deferred maintenance, modernization and new development of projects throughout the State of Alaska.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:  Exempt, supervisory position.

 

Examples of Duties

Prepares evaluation of full time project based and part time project employees.

 

Prepares scope of work and performance specifications for the procurement of architectural and /or engineering services.

 

Develops bid specifications for construction and modernization projects, in coordination with the Facilities Management Director and the Procurement Officer.

 

Attends preproposal and predesign meetings with A/E firms to explain specific requirements of the services requested, schedulers, and design to budgets.

 

Reviews and/or prepares drawings, technical specifications, estimates, and/or assessment and environmental reports during the performance of the professional services.

 

Attends prebid and preconstruction conferences with contractors to outline specific requirements and acceptable construction techniques.  Reviews bids for compliance with bid specifications.  Recommends acceptance or rejection of the low bid and/or alternates to the Facilities Management Director and/or Procurement Officer.

 

Serves as agency's representative in the on-site inspection of work for contractor compliance with the contract documents during construction and/or renovation of structures and facilities.  Attends periodic construction meetings.

 

Performs construction contract monitoring functions which include enforcing required schedules, guidelines, budgets, reporting requirements, and inspection intervals.   Prepares technical, special, and routine status reports of departmental activity, as required.

 

Monitors Fair Labor Standards compliance, which may include on-site interviews of contractor and/or subcontractor employees, reviewing certified payrolls, resolving discrepancies in certified payrolls, and other compliance work, as required.

 

Reviews and recommends payment of contractor pay requests in compliance with contract documents, regulations, and statutes.

 

Investigates unusual and/or changed conditions of project sites and reviews field data which supports design changes.  Reviews and/or prepares contract change orders, which may involve related field work.  Advises the Facilities Management Director as to the acceptability of contract change orders.

 

Supervises force account work on construction and modernization projects.

 

Assists in the formulation of modernization and development plans/applications by providing to the manager, construction and/or management specialist action plans, time tables, staffing and cost estimates for the work.  Participates in development of annual operating budgets and capital requests.

 

Other duties as assigned.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

 

Knowledge of:  Practices, procedures, materials and equipment typical of building and facilities construction, maintenance, and operations; appropriate building usage and repair procedures; project planning and management; building plans and specifications; architectural and engineering principles; local, state and federal building codes, and regulations regarding public housing construction and maintenance, including environmental, accessibility, hazardous materials abatement, energy efficiency, licensing, and permit requirements;  Department of Housing and Urban Development rules, and Fair Labor Standards; and principles and practices of supervision.

 

Skills and Abilities:  Use of Windows operating system computers, National Construction Estimator, AutoCAD Lite, and Microsoft Word, Excel, and Project software.

 

Abilities to:  Communicate effectively orally and in writing; interpret and apply federal and state laws; understand contract language; locate, organize, and report on a variety of records and procedures concerning building construction and operations, including contracts, insurance, and budget records; inspect buildings, and other facilities; prepare reports and recommendations; supervise and evaluate work of others; and travel by air, land, or sea to project sites throughout the state.

Minimum Requirements

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college with major course work in architecture, engineering, business administration, construction technology, or closely related field.

 

Three years at a management level in the construction, operation, maintenance, or repair of complex multiple occupancy buildings.

 

Additional experience in building/construction management may be substituted for college on a year-for-year basis.

 

Must have a valid Alaska Driver’s license (or be able to obtain one within five (5) calendar days of beginning employment) and show proof of good driving record, when requested.

 

This is a level 20 position with an annual salary of $67,736.88 (26 pay periods).  Excellent benefits package.

 

All external applicants tentatively selected for this position shall be required to submit to urinalysis and breath alcohol testing to screen for illegal drug/alcohol use and complete a pre-employment physical prior to appointment.

 

A complete job description and online the website at https://www.ahfc.us/about-us/jobs/all-job-seekers/A new AHFC application must be submitted for each position (a resume may be attached). 

 

PLEASE DO NOT APPLY AT WORKPLACE ALASKA

ONLY APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED ON AHFC’S WEBSITE WILL BE CONSIDERED

 

APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL THE POSITION IS FILLED

 

 

AHFC provides employment opportunities to low and very-low-income persons, in compliance with Section 3 of the HUD Act of 1968. Public Housing Residents are encouraged to apply.

 

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