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Capital Projects Coordinator

Salary: $26.17-$31.94 hourly / $4,551-$5,556 monthly / Range: 5878

DEFINITION: Under general direction, performs complex technical duties in interior design and inspection and coordination of capital projects; performs related duties as required.


1. Consults with contractors and consultants on questions of design, scope of work, cost, and bidding; estimates costs; prepares and negotiates contracts, change orders, and inspection reports; certifies payment requests; maintains construction records; and prepares claims on grant-funded projects.
2. Coordinates with consultant architects and engineers concerning projects under proposal or construction and maintains appropriate records; inspects and monitors construction to ensure compliance with project specifications; coordinates contractors and maintenance personnel; assists maintenance personnel with problems relating to existing buildings.
3. Performs long-range and short-term planning for County's space needs; conducts needs assessments to determine area and utility requirements; determines feasibility of leasing or buying space and makes recommendations accordingly; studies space requirements and makes recommendations regarding interior design; prepares detailed drawings and specifications for building alterations, new buildings, and miscellaneous construction projects for bidding and construction purposes.


1. Completion of 24 semester units or 36 quarter units of college coursework in architecture, engineering, interior design, drafting technology, or a closely related field, AND two years of experience in architectural or interior design, architectural or engineering project management, or architectural inspection; or,
2. equivalent combination of training, education, and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities.

Knowledge of: project management; contract administration; structural, mechanical, and electrical design principles; architectural design principles; interior design principles related to space planning; computer-aided drafting (CAD); building plans, elevations, sections, and perspective drawings; laws, ordinances, and regulations applicable to building construction, maintenance, and repair; cost-benefit analysis.

Ability to: prepare architectural renderings, drawings, and specifications; use CAD software; prepare requests for proposal; collect and analyze information, draw conclusions, and make recommendations; keep records; coordinate requirements and work of other County employees, contractors, sub-contractors, and consultant architects and engineers; organize and prioritize tasks; communicate and cooperate with design professionals in other disciplines.

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