Capital Program Manager, Davis, CA (Req. 20170525)
Location: UC ANR - Davis
Date Posted: November 3, 2017
Closing Date: January 2, 2018
THIS IS A TWO-YEAR CONTRACT POSITION WITH POSSIBILITY OF EXTENSION. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) is a highly complex organization reporting to a Vice President with operations located in 57 county offices, on three campuses, and with nine research and extension centers throughout California. UC ANR maintains 12 physical sites, including research facilities that have been poorly capitalized, and office space that requires upgrades to meet programmatic and administrative needs. As such, we are embarking on an extensive recapitalization project to modernize our facilities.
Reporting to the ANR Director of Resource Planning and Management, the Capital Program Manager provides management oversight and direction in administration of ANR's capital program. This includes developing from inception a comprehensive process for capital needs assessment, prioritization, project management, capital financing and status reporting.
The position requires the ability to manage multiple highly complex projects simultaneously, ensuring that they individually are on-time, within scope and budget, cumulatively meet ANR's needs, and are financially feasible and sustainable. Problem-solve and analyze unique issues without precedent and/or structure. Manage programs that include formulating strategies and administering policies, processes and resources, and function with a high degree of autonomy.
Under general direction, conducts large scale and/or highly complex projects from programming and design through project completion. Assumes the day-to-day engineering management and leadership of large scale and/or complex projects. Responsible for the programing, funding, management and utilization aspects of campus capital improvement and space management programs. Uses advanced planning concepts and campus objectives to resolve highly complex problems/situations related to work in the development, revision, refinement and/or amplification of long range plans and provides high level expertise and assistance to senior management. Participates in the formulation of short and long range development plans, and proposes/recommends revisions and/or refinements, including identifying and proposing solutions to potential problem areas.
This position will promote, in all ways consistent with the other responsibilities of the position, accomplishment of the Affirmative Action goals established by the Division.