Non-Capital Project Manager, Architectural

by October 29, 2018



The Facilities Design and Construction department (FDC) at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is seeking a Non-Capital Project Manager, Architectural.   UNCG’s picturesque urban park campus includes more than thirty academic buildings, thirty residence buildings, amenity and administrative facilities, athletic facilities, all situated on a campus of more than two hundred acres within a mile of downtown Greensboro.

This position is responsible for comprehensive Project Management of multiple UNCG Non-Capital Projects, (less than $300,000 total Project Budget).  This position will provide continuity during the project’s design and construction phases exemplifying UNCG’s instructional goals of Expertise, Accountability, Customer-Oriented, Team-Oriented, and Compliance & Integrity.

The purpose and intent of this position is to execute the following duties for assigned projects: (a) act as agent for the department maintaining responsibility for customer relations and customer satisfaction; (b) perform pre-design services for the customer; and, (c) provide management and oversight of contracted design and construction services.  Duties include but are not limited to:  writing project related technical scoping documents for customers and consultants; development and management of project schedules and work flow; development and management of project budget summaries; technical review of construction documents; and, oversight and management of construction activities in the field.  Implicit with these enumerated duties are administrative tasks associated with the formation of contracts, processing of payments, and maintenance of project records in digital and hard copy formats.

A minimum of three to five years’ experience is highly preferred and must be a licensed professional in North Carolina. Candidates with a current NCARB certification, and the ability to obtain a license to practice architecture by the North Carolina Board of Architecture, may be considered. License will need to be obtained before employment can start. The University desires experience in institutional or state projects, and excellent oral and written communication skills.

Position closes November 5, 2018.  Interested applicants should apply on line by going to, position 998748.  UNCG will not pay for travel expenses to the interview.


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