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DIRECTOR OF CAPITAL PROJECTS

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Fort Mason Center
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San Francisco, CA
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Published 22 days ago

OVERVIEW 

The Director of Capital Projects is responsible for the management of all phases of project development, including scoping and feasibility, consultant management for preliminary design through construction documents, bidding and procurement, construction and closeout of multiple concurrent building construction, repair, rehabilitation, and tenant improvement projects that are all located in a National Historic Landmark District. The scale of projects ranges from minor tenant improvements to complete rehabilitation of buildings and pier sheds. The position works closely with cultural resources, design, engineering, and construction professionals within the National Park Service and consultant teams. The Director of Capital Projects ensures adherence to approved project budgets, schedules, and contracts, and serves as a subject matter expert on design, historic architecture, and construction. The ideal candidate has a “roll up your sleeves” approach to their work and ability work within a fast-paced environment. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

Planning and Regulatory Compliance:  

  • Develop plans, schedules, budgets, and tracking for numerous projects simultaneously, and manage multiple projects in different stages of project progress.
  • Manage and direct all major FMCAC-initiated capital projects, including coordination with the National Park Service as FMCAC landlord and regulatory authority.
  • Maintain an active, collegial relationship with the National Park Service to ensure compliance with the FMCAC master lease and all other applicable regulations, including its designation as a National Historic Landmark District.
  • Input and track project reviews through the National Park Service’s Planning, Environment and Public Comment (PEPC) service-wide compliance database and maintain administrative records for all assigned projects.  
  • Manage a variety of planning studies and reports, including but not limited to: Design Studies, Existing Conditions Assessments; Feasibility Studies; Code Analysis; and Historic Structure Reports.
  • Collaborate in the development, revision, and implementation of FMCAC’s master plan, including plans for rehabilitation of historic buildings and structures and improvements to the campus public realm.
  • Work in collaboration with the Director of External Affairs and President & CEO to seek grant funding and other external funding sources for FMCAC-initiated capital projects, including the development of project descriptions, budgets, and graphic materials.
  • Support, staff, and present to FMCAC Board’s real estate-related committees (e.g., Leasing & Space Programming, Major Capital Projects, Public Realm), and interface with other FMCAC Board committees as necessary.

Construction Project Management: 

  • Assume on-site project manager role on construction projects.
  • Prepare documents for consultant and contractor solicitation and bidding such as Requests for Proposals, Invitations for Bid, Scopes of Work, and contract documents.
  • Oversee implementation of campus construction and maintenance plans to preserve historic assets in accordance with the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation, Rehabilitation, and Restoration.
  • Coordinate tenant improvement projects in collaboration with FMCAC staff and existing and future nonprofit resident organizations (tenants).
  • Advise on maintenance matters related to architecture. Consult with the Facilities Department and collaborate in the operational as well as predictive, preventive, and reactive maintenance work.

Supervisory Responsibilities:  

Individual will work closely with FMCAC’s President & CEO, Chief Operating Officer, Director of Facilities, and Director of External Affairs. This position has no direct staff supervisory responsibilities but will manage consultants and contractors.  

JOB QUALIFICATIONS  

Requirements and skills: 

  • Graduate or college degree in historic preservation, architecture, or a related field.
  • At least five years of experience in planning, permitting, design, and construction of architecture projects, including historic properties.
  • Project management experience working with governmental entities and public/private partnerships
  • Thorough understanding of the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards, NEPA as related to cultural resources and related fields, and Section 106 of the NHPA
  • Excellent organizational and verbal communication skills
  • Hands-on, collaborative self-starter
  • Computer proficiency, including MS Office suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

Preferred qualifications: 

  • Knowledge of National Park Service project review and contracting processes
  • Strong graphic and presentation skills
  • Proficiency in Computer Aided Drafting or CAD

COMPENSATION 

FMCAC offers a competitive base salary with attractive benefits package. This is a full-time, exempt position with partial remote work possible.  

Interested and qualified candidates, please send a resume, with cover letter, in confidence to resumes@fortmason.org no later than September 30, 2021. NO CALLS PLEASE. 

Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture is an equal-opportunity employer. 

OVERVIEW 

The Director of Capital Projects is responsible for the management of all phases of project development, including scoping and feasibility, consultant management for preliminary design through construction documents…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
    Full Time Schedule
  • Start Date
    October 1, 2021
  • Application Deadline
    September 30, 2021
  • Education
    4-Year Degree Required

Benefits

FMCAC offers a competitive base salary with attractive benefits package. This is a full-time, exempt position with partial remote work possible.

FMCAC offers a competitive base salary with attractive benefits package. This is a full-time, exempt position with partial remote work possible.

Location

Remote
Work may be performed anywhere in United States
Associated Location
2 Marina Blvd, Bldg A, San Francisco, CA 94123, United States

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates, please send a resume, with cover letter, in confidence to resumes@fortmason.org no later than September 30, 2021. NO CALLS PLEASE. 

Interested and qualified candidates, please send a resume, with cover letter, in confidence to resumes@fortmason.org no later than September 30, 2021. NO CALLS PLEASE. 

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