Senior Associate Director, Project Management and Multiple Assistant Directors
University of Texas at Austin
Location: Austin, TX
Type: Full Time
Senior Associate Director, Project Management and Multiple Assistant Directors Office of Campus Construction
The University of Texas at Austin welcomes nominations and applications for multiple key leadership positions in the Office of Campus Construction.
The newly created role of Senior Associate Director, Project Management will oversee multiple client-focused teams, led by Assistant Directors, executing design and construction projects across main campus and other UT Austin locations. In addition to the newly created Senior Associate Director, Project Management role, the University is seeking four Assistant Directors to support the Academic and Administration Group, Auxiliaries and Infrastructure Group, Research and Sciences Group and the Special Projects Group.
The Senior Associate Director, Project Management will report to the Director of Campus Construction and will support the division’s responsibility for leading the delivery of all construction for improving landscapes, transportation networks, new buildings, as well as additions, renovations, and modifications to existing buildings, utilities, and hardscapes, in support of the mission of the University of Texas at Austin.
The Assistant Directors will provide leadership, strategy, oversight, and operational management of client-focused teams of project managers and professionals responsible for design and construction management services. Each group is comprised of 2 teams and each team is comprised of approximately 5-8 project managers, having responsibility for both major and minor capital projects. The Assistant Directors can expect to have responsibility for 200-300 projects valued at $400-600 million.
The Office of Campus Construction (OCC) is one of two units, along with Facilities Services, in UT Austin’s Construction and Facilities department. The Office of Campus Construction is an organization of 150 staff, employed in the divisions of Project Management, Project Support and Construction Services. The mission of the Office is to deliver design and construction services in support of 72,000 students, faculty and staff utilizing over 20 million square feet of facilities across the UT Austin main campus and multiple satellite locations. This unit of Office of Campus Construction will integrate all construction services for the University with a workforce of project managers, construction administrators, in-house trades professionals, and support staff who complete projects of all scales and budgets.
The University of Texas at Austin has capital projects in excess of $2 billion in planning, design and construction and is internationally recognized for its academic programs and research. The Senior Associate Director will work closely with university leadership, colleges, campus business units, and others to support an integrated approach to design and construction that ensures excellence within specific functional areas and across the institution. Proactive coordination and collaboration between the departments responsible for planning, real estate management, sustainability, utilities, maintenance, and operations is a crucial responsibility for these new leaders.
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