Under the supervision of the Director of Facilities Project Development the Construction Coordinator acts as liaison between Facility Project Coordinators and outside contractors. Supports all light carpentry requirements for capital projects.
Responsible for the day to day supervision on active construction projects to assure adherence to safety, fire safety, interim life safety and infection control protocols.
Keep abreast of expected activities of the day and be supportive eyes and ears on the job to keep Facility Project Managers informed and update of project status.
Advise Facility Project Managers of any potential conflict in observed progress, methodology and/or schedule.
Coordinate badging of General Contractor’s and sub-contractors with public safety.
Coordinate access to job site and tour architects/engineers and contractors through potential project areas.
Light moving/clearing of project spaces that are to be demolished or are finished and ready for activation. Items may include but not limited to chairs, desks, bookcases, file cabinets, artwork, dispensers, trashcans etc.
Coordination, monitoring and evaluation of vendor installations and moving company staff during project activation and turnover.
Light carpentry to take down and install wall hung and ceiling mounted accessories such as but not limited to dispensers, glove boxes, mirrors, artwork and signage. Assembly of some boxed items not handled by outside vendors.
Works closely with in-house support staff to coordinate project activation planning and follow through. This may include affected end-user department managers and staff, environmental services, ITS, telecommunications, clinical engineering, security, maintenance and clinical support services as needed.
Attends occasional project design/planning meetings with department staff to refine plans or projects in process based on observations in field.
Responsible for the investigation and resolution of issues as they arise.
Plans for project materials needed and places orders electronically as needed.
Performs special projects and other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma
Minimum 10 year’s experience coordinating and monitoring construction and vendor installations. Ability to read plans and construction documentation. Proficient Computer skills, Outlook and Word. 5year’s general carpentry experience as related to installation of wall and ceiling hung accessories. Must be able to operate all Carpenter’s tools, hand/power tools
Hospital of Central Connecticut - 22 months ago