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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.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

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.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS:

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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