To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values—integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion—must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
The Project Manager should be a registered architect or engineer or a construction manager. He/she is the principal communications link between the Facilities Design & Construction Department and the Client (i.e. Hospital/Health System Departments), General Contractor(s), Architect & Engineering Consultant(s), and Public Authorities, etc. All project specific direction/communications will be generated by the Project Manager or sent under cover of his /her transmittal. He/she is authorized to speak for the Hospital/Health System and the Facilities Design & Construction Department when dealing with the Departmental Client(s), Contractor(s), A/E Team(s), etc. in matters concerning the interpretation of the project scope, contract documents, etc. and is directly responsible for the successful execution of the project., Lines Of Authority/Responsibility: The Project Manager reports to the relevant Senior Project Manager of Facilities Design and Construction Department. Except for administrative and support personnel, no professional or technical personnel report directly to the Project Manager.
An accredited university degree in construction related engineering, architecture, or business. However, additional years of relevant experience may be acceptable in lieu of a degree.
With a Bachelor's Degree in Architecture, at least 5 years' experience in facilities design and construction required. In the absence of a Bachelor's Degree in Architecture, must have a minimum of 15 years' experience managing large scale projects (individual projects with costs in excess of $20 million).
An accredited university degree in construction related engineering, architecture, or business, however, additional years of relevant experience may be acceptable in lieu of a degree.
Computer literacy in word processing spread sheets and schedule charting. Excellent verbal and written communications, ability to organize complex activities, strong conceptual and analytical capabilities. A minimum of five (5) years' experience on hospitals or other building projects with progressive responsibility in the employ of a general contractor of construction manager or as construction administrator with an architectural or engineering firm or a combination of the above.
Extensive walking in the construction site, climbing ladders and scaffolds, continual visual observation of the work, verbal and audible participation in meetings and usual construction office.