Capital Construction Manager

Lane Community College

Posted: 7/6/20
Deadline: 7/12/20
Salary: Starting salary $100,000

About This Organization

Lane was founded in 1964 by a vote of local citizens, and the main campus opened in 1968. The college was a successor to the Eugene Technical-Vocational School that was founded in 1938. Lane has received many awards and accolades for its innovative programs and high quality instruction. The college is a member of the League for Innovation in the Community College.
One of the advantages of working at Lane is living in the area. Lane’s main campus is in Eugene, a city known for its quality of life and for being the home of the University of Oregon. Eugene is home to more than 153,000 people and neighboring Springfield has more than 57,000 residents comprise the second largest population center in the state. Eugene and Springfield are nestled in the Willamette Valley between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains. Some peaks in the Cascade Range can be seen from main campus. The area’s scenic mountains, forests, rivers, lakes, and coastline offer many opportunities for outdoor adventures or for just sitting back and enjoying the view. See what’s new at Eugene, Cascades & Oregon Coast (link is external).

Job Duties

Provide leadership and management in order to implement over $130,000,000 in capital construction projects including hiring and managing staff, design consultants, and contractors.

Responsible for all aspects of capital construction projects associated with LCC’s bond measure 20-306 including:

-Hiring bond staff. Supervising work of bond staff.
-Convening and facilitating project user groups. Project scoping.
-Budget tracking and control.
-Collaboratively selecting design teams and overseeing design process.
-Managing all aspects of construction including acquiring bids, awarding projects to contractors, stakeholder coordination, and budget and schedule control.
-Ensuring compliance with all contract materials and utilizing contract language to resolve disputes.
-Ensuring that architects, engineers, contractors, and LCC project staff work together to review the progress of projects, complete inspections of the work, and verify that the project is executed in accordance with all contract documents, best practices, and meets the quality of college standards.
-Ensuring that projects comply with applicable laws and building codes and sound construction practices.
-Ensuring all necessary safety requirements during construction are met in alignment with Oregon OSHA, safety committee and college procedures.
-Ensuring environmental sustainability outcomes for all projects and LEED Certification of selected projects.
-Document control.
-Campus and community communications.
-Preparing reports for various stakeholder groups including building users, the Lane Board of Education, the Bond Oversight Committee.
-Assure the implementation of the College’s Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunities concerning policies, goals, and timetables in assigned areas. Ensure staff development on diversity, inclusive climate and respectful learning and working environment issues.
-Other duties as assigned.

Equity and Inclusion
-Demonstrate Lane’s core value of social justice by ensuring equity and inclusion skills such as respect, inclusiveness, reflecting, valuing of cultural and personal differences, are the basis of employee and student interpersonal communications and relationships, and are applied to all position responsibilities.
-Duties are carried out inclusively, regardless of age, color, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, social class, marital status, national origin, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, nationality, age, language, origin or employment status.
-Must demonstrate an active concern for students and staff.
-Actively assist with ADA compliance in conjunction with Lane’s Human Resources and Disability Resources departments; support appropriate access for persons with disabilities to facilitate student and staff success; mentor and role-model cultural competency for persons with disabilities.

Required Qualifications

A bachelor’s degree.

Ten (10) years of progressive experience in managing large construction projects OR designing/performing construction administration of large construction projects greater than $5 million.

-A bachelor’s degree in Project Management, Construction Management, Architecture, or Engineering.
-A master’s degree in Business Administration, Construction Management, Architecture or Engineering.
-Professional Architecture or Engineering License.

Experience managing:

-Public sector construction projects.
-Higher education construction projects.
-Projects that obtain LEED certification.
-New building projects costing $15,000,000 or more.
-Major renovations costing $10,000,000 or more.

Experience scoping and implementing replacements of large infrastructure or building systems (ie campus-wide domestic water piping or heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems).

Experience in Facilities Management.

Multicultural experience and bilingual proficiency in World languages are preferred.

A demonstrated commitment to promote and enhance the concepts of social justice and culturally competent behaviors is expected.

Equivalent combination of training and experience will be considered for meeting minimum qualifications. Applicants are responsible to show how their personal training and experience would qualify them for the position.


Starting salary $100,000

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