The Bond Program Manager oversees bond funded construction projects, construction activities
and related personnel. The position requires coordination and liaison with the District Office,
College departments, State agencies, consulting professionals and construction firms.
- Oversee and participate in the development of the facilities construction work plan; assign work
activities and projects; monitor work progress; review and evaluate work products, methods,
- Work closely with College faculty, staff, and administrators on the review, prioritization and
implementation of Facility Master Plan; ensure that project design and construction meet the
needs and expectations of the educational programs and services. May assist in the preparation
of updates of the Facility Master Plan and District Standards.
- Prepare the facility construction budget and assist in the budget implementation; participate in
the cost estimates and forecast of additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials,
- Monitor construction projects maintain and initiate schedule changes as necessary; coordinate
and review the work of architects and other contractors to assure timely completion of projects.
- Provide support for the project timelines, bid specifications, drawings, and bid packages for
contracted work; support the review of bids; ensure that contracts and other documents are
completed prior to the initiation of the project.
- Manage and coordinate the work of the bond construction program and construction
management consultants; communicate with college and district constituent groups for a
smooth project implementation.
- Review architectural drawings for errors, omissions, and problems; initiate design changes to
correct and improve.
- Represent the District in the negotiations with consultants, contractors, and government
agencies such as State of California Division of the State Architect (DSA) and California
Geological Survey (CGS).
- Participate in the evaluation of potential consultants and/or contractors; supervise personnel
that work directly with architects and engineers.
- Provide leadership in obtaining/exceeding Board of Trustee outreach goals for participation of
minority, women and disabled veteran owned businesses.
- Prepare or provide guidance on the preparation of the more complex/controversial contract
modifications and claims; compile and analyze material pertaining to the changes and claims
- Research and prepare various reports, graphs, charts, and critical path method schedules, and
- Assist in developing the Districts Five-Year Capital Outlay Construction Plan, Annual Facility
Space Inventory, and Capital Outlay Budget Change Proposals for State funding of projects.
- Assist in developing the Districts Five-Year Scheduled Maintenance program and submitting
funding proposals for specific projects to the State.
- Assure compliance with the Districts Injury and Illness Prevention Program, Hazardous Materials
Business Plans, and other programs related to safety and environmental regulations.
- Ensure that the District meets regulatory requirements; establish local policies and procedures;
conform to Federal, State and local regulations while continuing operation.
- Perform other duties as assigned
REQUIRED AND PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
- A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university
- Public construction experience
- Project and construction management.
- Hazardous materials regulations, contract law, and Office of Regulation Services policies.
- Uniform Building Code (UBC), California Architectural Barriers Laws (CALABL), California Occupational Safety and Health Act (CALOSHA), American with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- Legal and practical aspects of project design, bidding, management, and close-out of construction contracts.
- Generally accepted construction principles and practices as related to public works and schools.
- California Public Contracts Code and Education Code.
- Methods, practices, equipment, supplies used in facility maintenance and construction; building and safety regulations.
- State labor laws, including Workers Compensation and other related statutes.
- Policies and procedures related to community college and funding,
- Budget preparation and administration.
- Principles of project management and supervision.
- A Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university