Location: Arlington Heights
Office: Internal Services
Department: Field Construction
Under the direction of the Section Manager, Design and Construction, responsibilities include: managing architectural and engineering professional services contracts and construction contracts; writing task order project scopes for solicitation of architectural and engineering professional services; reviewing and negotiating professional services fee proposals; managing project documentation and contractual responsibilities during pre-design, design, construction and warranty periods; performing quality assurance/quality control reviews for architectural and engineering design submittals; writing construction documents for bid letting for publicly funded construction projects; inspecting construction contract work in the field, ensuring that project is constructed in accordance with detailed plans and specifications; reviewing and negotiating contractor change order proposals; reviewing and acting on RFI's, shop drawing submittals and other construction related documents; performing all close-out tasks associated with the completion of all architectural and engineering services and construction contract work on projects assigned; and performing other duties as assigned or required.
Qualified candidate must have an Illinois driver's license and a good driving record; a bachelor's degree in architecture or civil engineering; and must be a licensed architect or professional engineer, LEED certification is a plus. Must have 10 years of civil design and construction inspection experience and must possess knowledge of road work, storm and sewer, concrete and asphalt specifications, building disciplines, and construction permitting processes for industrial bus garages and passenger facilities. Previous site electrical experience and design-build experience are pluses. Must be proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel, and AutoCAD. Must possess and demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills, organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and the ability to work collaboratively as part of a team. Most work is performed in an office environment but must have the ability to climb ladders and maneuver on a construction site.
Pace is an Equal Opportunity Employer