Senior Facilities Planner
Job ID: R0042863 | Health Services Administrative | Full Time | Charlottesville, VA
Performs a variety of project management activities for Facilities Management typically involving design and construction. Develops comprehensive plans, leads multidisciplinary teams, and monitors project progress, providing updates to leadership and key stakeholders. Must have reliable transportation to oversee work at off-site locations. Some off-hours/weekend work necessary. Attention to detail, flexibility, and ability to both work as a team and independently a must. PMP certification strongly preferred or ability to obtain PMP certification within 2 years.
  • Manages the simultaneous completion of multiple and/or large complex facilities projects, including multi-year new building constructions, renovations, clinical and operational moves/logistics, space programming and planning, and maintenance activities, independently.
  • Provides process leadership in the project management discipline. Provides project management monitors through all phases of a project including, but not limited to, initial planning, concept development, design, creation of budgets, requisition and oversight of capital funding, construction, site activation and fit-out, logistics planning, and coordination of site acclamation/training.
  • Responsible for development and management of project scope, development and management of project schedule, development and management of project budget and expenses, and development of progress reports as the project work proceeds.
  • Serves as liaison between project management team and stakeholders.
  • Mitigates risk and cost while organizing team goals, developing the project's critical pathway, and building consensus across multiple Health System teams.
  • Leads a large, multidisciplinary project team inclusive of internal and external resources from initial conception of project to its punch list.
  • Reviews status of project scope, schedule and budget, providing updates to leadership. Assesses project issues and develops resolutions to problems to meet multiple Health System goals and objectives. Ensures compliance with applicable regulatory requirements, state and federal codes, and Medical Center policy requirements.
  • Posesses a working knowledge of building codes, fire and life safety codes, ADA codes, modern concepts of form and function in a healthcare setting, and best building practices and is capable of generating and/or interpreting basic floor layouts based upon end-users' communicated needs, service requirements, and knowledge of patient/caregiver processes and flow.
  • Develops mechanisms for monitoring project progress and for intervention and problem solving with administration, managers, clients, vendors, etc., to overcome obstacles, delays, or budgetary challenges while successfully meeting organizational needs.
  • Performs continuous quality improvement exercises to ensure cost-effective, efficient processes and best possible outcomes.
  • Leads presentations and leads teams.
  • Provides education and assists with planner development within the department.

Position Compensation Range: $82,700.80 - $132,329.60 Annually

Minimum Requirements:
  • Education: Bachelor's degree required; master's preferred.
  • Experience: 5+ years of hands-on project management experience. 5+ years with all aspects of project management life cycle (initiation, planning, execution, and closure). 2+ years of data-gathering/business analysis, facilities, or trades. Healthcare experience strongly preferred.
  • Licensure: None required.

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