UMN Capital Project Management (cpm) – Assistant Project Manager
Posted Friday, April 23
University of Minnesota Capital Project Management
An entry-level project management position – The Assistant Project Manager is an integral member of a project team that is responsible for managing a portfolio of building and infrastructure projects system wide. The project team is responsible to manage scope, schedule and budget to preserve, maintain and improve the University’s Capital Assets to help fulfill its academic mission.
This position will work directly with CPM design and delivery project managers and assist with the management, performance and completion of moderate to complex renovation, new construction and utility infrastructure projects. The Assistant Project Manager, under supervision, will assist project managers through all phases of a Capital Improvement Project; these phases include: Pre-design/Capital Budgeting; Design; Construction; and, Operational Turn-over/Occupancy.
Bachelor’s degree in architecture, engineering, construction management or related field and 2 years of experience. The two years of experience can include: two-year student internship; two calendar years working in a science or engineering field (not specifically 4160 hours); or, two calendar years working at a hands-on job that requires a technical understanding, which may include, but is not limited to such things as a lab technician, auto repair, construction (home) or any job where math science or hands on understand of “how things work” is required and must be applicable to architecture, engineering, construction management or related field.
Complete job description can be found at: https://humanresources.umn.edu/content/find-job
Job ID: 340078
All applications must be sent through the above UMN Jobs Link