Note: This is a hybrid position (Working partially from home while also reporting onsite partially for job duties)
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The Move and Interiors (M/I) Team, within Design and Construction at OHSU, has five primary areas of expertise: Material and Finish Selection and Standards, Furniture, Move Coordination, Signage and Wayfinding, and Art. The Moves and Interiors Team provides scope and budgets for both Healthcare and Research/Education project programming in these five areas, and all sustaining and major capital projects managed by Design and Construction are assigned an Interiors Project Manager to coordinate and consult on the required M/I scope throughout the entirety of the project.
The Interiors Project Manager (IPM) specializes in the management of the five areas of expertise for both sustaining and major capital construction projects and is responsible for M/I scope through all phases of the design process, from programming to construction administration. This scope also includes, but is not limited to: scoping, scheduling, coordination, estimating, budget management, design review, finish and furniture research and selection, design and construction document review, IT and power/data coordination, using project management software for in-scope services, utilizing project databases and referencing resource materials, vendor selection, order placement/confirmation/tracking, invoicing, coordination of furniture procurement and installation, move coordination, managing both the “local” (project-specific) & “global” (Campus-Wide) needs of OHSU.
The Interiors PM is an integral member of the Move and Interiors Team, and reports through the M/I Program Team Manager (PTM). IPMs are expected to work both independently and in collaboration with other IPM’s, ISPM’s, and IAPM’s, the Design and Construction (DesCon) Project Leads, the project delivery teams, the client (customer), other department staff, OHSU stakeholders, external vendors and internal service providers to provide guidance through the project delivery process. IPMs seek guidance from technical experts, other Interior Project Managers, Project Leads, and/or a supervisor to clarify expected results, or confirm interpretation of regulations, standards and role expectations.
As a member of the Move and Interiors Team, IPMs contribute to the development and implementation of OHSU Finish and Furniture Standards with appointed OHSU stakeholders for both the Healthcare and Research/Education missions. As a member of this team, the candidate will also be responsible for communicating the OHSU Finish and Furniture Standards and processes to relevant project stakeholders, recording/documenting the standards to keep our database current, and upholding the standards policy. This role includes training of these standards to OHSU’s contracted architects, GCs, consultants, Design & Construction Project Leads, and service providers.
The position regularly communicates, collaborates, brainstorms, and problem solves with other OHSU departments and committees including Logistics, Campus Planning, Facilities, Safety and Inspection, General Construction, Environmental Services, Environmental Health and Safety, the Healthcare Interior Finishes and Furniture Standards Committee (HIFFS), and occasionally the Wayfinding Committee and Art Committee.
(This is the second of a three-level series. The Interiors Associate Project Manager (IAPM) is responsible for supporting the delivery of projects that are smaller subsets of larger projects or programs; the Interiors Project Manager (IPM) manages the delivery of projects within a larger program; and the Interiors Senior Project Manager (ISPM) manages a program, individual projects and direct reports.)
TRAITS OF A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT MANAGER
Traits of a successful Interiors Project Manager include: the ability to work independently and as part of a team; excellent communication and customer service skills with ability to maintain tact and diplomacy; highly organized and detail orientated with ability to also stay high level and big picture focused; ability to work effectively under the pressure of high volume, time sensitive work with frequent interruptions and with changes in priorities; ability to be flexible and adaptable; being a team player that support a culture of trust and respect as key elements of successful project delivery; mastery of the structure and content of the English language and rules of composition; skilled writing and grammar.
IPMs seek guidance from technical experts, other PMs, or their supervisor (PTM) to clarify expected results, or confirm interpretation of regulations or standards.
Project Planning and Design
Continuous Process Improvement
Communication & Customer Service
Other responsibilities as assigned
Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Architecture, Project Management, Planning or similar
An additional 2 years of relevant professional experience in lieu of degree
Minimum of five (5) years of experience in the design and construction industry.
Minimum of three (3) of the required five (5) years with direct involvement in all phases of interior design process (moves, logistical planning, furniture, and finish specifications, etc.).
Knowledge of principles, processes, and methods of project management.
Knowledge of practices, methods, common materials and techniques of the design, construction, and remodel of commercial buildings and facilities.
Thorough knowledge of contract documents with experience working with floor plans and architectural drawing sets, including furniture and finish plans/schedules,
Knowledge of basic building and healthcare related codes (FGI, egress, ADA, HIPPA, NFPA, etc.) as it relates to space plans and design.
Hands on experience with furniture and finish selection and specification for commercial buildings and facilities.
Knowledge of office systems furniture and the ability to explain systems furniture components to clients.
Experience using AutoCAD and ability to read/understand complex commercial construction documents; knowledge and ability to apply drawing/CAD standards when adjusting/annotating drawings.
Competency in managing 10+ design projects of varying scope concurrently.
Demonstrated customer service skills with a positive, can-do attitude, and a “healthy sense of urgency”.
A certain degree of creativity is required.
Compliance with Code of Conduct, Respect in the workplace and Applicable policies, procedures and agreements related to position, department or OHSU as a whole
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without
Master’s Degree in Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Architecture
5 years relevant design and project management experience specifically for Healthcare and/or Research/Education spaces
Knowledge of finishes and furniture performance standards and applications specific to healthcare and academic/research facilities.
Any related professional certification (PMP, NCIDQ, LEED, EDAC, etc.)
Salary Range: $81,619.20 - $130,374.40 a year