SAFETY, ASSISTANT PROGRAM MANAGER

Key Identifiers for the Position

• Bachelor's degree in safety and health or related field
• OSHA (Cal preferred) 10/30 instructor required
• Minimum CHST registration/certification required

 

Position Description Summary
The Assistant Safety Manager will work with the contractor, LAWA inspection, the Project Management Team, and others in order to ensure assigned projects are implementing effective safety programs and meeting the requirements of the contract documents with regards to safety and security requirements.

 

Essential Job Duties
• Work with Contractor Safety Team, LAWA Inspection Team, Project Management Team, and others in order to ensure assigned projects are implementing effective safety programs.
• Walk all assigned projects daily and at times multiple times daily
• Review contractors' Daily Safety Reports to identify trending and consistency related to corrective actions
• Meet with LAWA Inspectors and other stakeholders regarding safety concerns and follow-up actions taken by the contractor
• Review written Safety Plans and verify results of safety performance and compliance in the field on an ongoing basis to evaluate the effectiveness of the implementation
• Assist the Project/Construction Manager to verify , that contractors comply with written documentation requirements including weekly "toolbox" meetings, new employee orientation, daily safety inspection reports, any accident/incident and related investigation reports, provision of "competent" or authorized persons documentation including training records and Job Hazard Analysis (JHAs)
• Attend Project Progress and Project Safety Committee meetings as directed by the Program Safety Manager to monitor the ongoing safety effort of the Construction Manager and contractor
• Attend and participate in Construction Safety Advisory Committee Meetings, as directed by the Program Safety Manager
•Attend and participate in the Monthly All-Hands Safety Meeting to discuss general program safety concerns and successes as well as present updates and information on safety regulations and requirements including a monthly training program component on relevant safety subject matter

•Coordinate with management to promote the proactive and behavior-based PDG Safety Program both internally and externally (e.g., National Safety Council, trade and professional organizations, etc.) and to bring positive publicity to the program and PDG

•Contribute to the advancement of Planning and Development Group's goals through a commitment to productive collaboration with all stakeholders•Writing and disseminating daily and or weekly safety reports for each assigned project as directed by the Program Safety Manager

•Maybe required to work night, weekend, multiple shifts, and work beyond regular hours as needed and directed by the PSM

•Provide orientation and training to LAWA staff, contractor employees, and others as assigned by the Program Safety Manager.

•Develop, coordinate, monitor participation, and administer the monthly PowerPoint training as directed by the PSM

•Develop, coordinate, and administer the LAWA PDG Orientation Program as directed by the PSM

•Write newsletter articles for PDG publication as directed by the PSM

•Develop, coordinate, and administer a safety recognition program as directed by the PSM

•Other duties related to promoting the safety culture at LAWA and PDG


Hardware/Software Knowledge
•Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat Pro software is required

 

Education/Training
•Bachelor's degree in safety and health or related field
•OSHA (Cal preferred) 10/30 instructor required
•CPR/1st aid instructor desired

 

Element-Specific Requirements/Notes

•May assume other duties as required/needed
•Maybe required to work past regular work shift
•Maybe required to work various shifts as needed

 

Registration/Certification
•Minimum CHST registration/certification required

 

 

Field Engineer II

The Field Engineer provides a broad spectrum of technical, field and administrative duties associated with construction management. In this instance, the Field Engineer will support the MSC Stakeholder Manager on Third-Party coordination, including internal LAWA stakeholders (Maintenance, Operations, Airport Police, Art Program, etc.) and external stakeholders (such as Airlines, CBP, Westfield, JCDecaux, etc.).

 

Key Identifiers for the Position

• BS in Engineering, Architecture, or Construction Management or related technical field.
• Must have 5 to 10 years of field engineering experience with three to five years directly supporting an active terminal construction
• Experience with mechanical, electrical, plumbing, low voltage coordination
• Prolog and Primavera experience is highly desirable

 

Position Description Summary
The Assistant Safety Manager will work with the contractor, LAWA inspection, the Project Management Team, and others in order to ensure assigned projects are implementing effective safety programs and meeting the requirements of the contract documents with regards to safety and security requirements.

 

Essential Job Duties
Act as LAX Planning and Development Group (PDG) representative with design-builder and stakeholders during program execution
• Assist the Stakeholder Manager and project team to ensure stakeholder involvement and coordination
• Ensure stakeholders are apprised of base building schedules and deliverables
• Coordinate with 3rd party stakeholders (such as concessionaires and airlines) on tenant core & shell build-out
• Manage tenant space turnover efforts and coordinate space turnover and move-in with building occupants
• Schedule and lead field meetings with stakeholder as needed
• Review project schedules to ensure milestones are tracking
• Manage issues related to tenant spaces that arise in the field
• Verify field construction conditions meet contract obligations and expectations
• Assist will the development of Tenant Design and Technical Criteria
• Review RFIs, Submittals, and schedules
• Issue directives (such as Change Directives, Field Directives, Task Orders)
• Investigate field conditions, review and process all requests for information (RFI), change directives CDs, submittals, contractor change requests, etc.
• Negotiate changes to the scope of work with design-builder as necessary
• Review and merit CPCNs, CCRs, RFTOs
• Coordinate and administer all construction related meetings including weekly progress meetings, pre-activity meetings, pre-construction meeting and all others as required (write and distribute minutes)

• Monitor and report to management on the progress of all project activity within the program, including significant milestones, and any conditions, which would affect project cost or schedule
• Work with other team members to follow budget, schedules, and plan for the all elements of a project
• Establish regular meetings to review project status and formulate action items
• Take project photos as required to document problem areas, or other pertinent locations where disputed items may occur
• Inspect construction operations and make recommendations to ensure that minimum quality control requirements are maintained
• Coordinate all construction contract correspondence
• Distribute documents and drawings to appropriate stakeholders and manage comments and feedback
• Coordinate the change order process, including providing draft documents, along with maintaining all project files
• Coordinate close out process including as-built drawings, punch list, technical manuals, warranties and other close out deliverables and documentation


Hardware/Software Knowledge
• Microsoft Office required
• Prolog and Primavera experience is highly desirable

 

Education/Training

• BS in Engineering, Architecture, or Construction Management or related technical field.

 

Element-Specific Requirements/Notes

Must have 5 to 10 years of field engineering experience with three to five years directly supporting an active terminal construction
• Demonstrated ability to understand technical and complicated construction program and the ability to communicate progress to both technical- and management-level personnel
• Ability work with others, a self-starter with results-driven focus
• Proven accuracy, reliability and completeness in job accomplishment
• Demonstrated success on the job, as evidenced by satisfactory performance, acceptance of responsibility and growth in previous position
• Effective oral and written communication skills, with an ability to communicate complex issues to non-technical audience
• Experience with Design/Build (DB) preferred
• Experience with mechanical, electrical, plumbing, low voltage coordination
• Experience should include interfacing with designers, engineers, general contractor, sub-contractors, agencies, airlines, code enforcement and other stakeholders

 

Registration/Certification

• State of California Professional Engineer's license is preferable

 

 

PROJECT MANAGER I
United Airlines Terminal Renovation Project

Key Identifiers for the Position

• Four-year degree in Engineering, Architecture or related technical/business field
• Five to 10 years of major Airport work experience with projects more than $10 million is preferred
• Experience with Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Low Voltage and Plumbing coordination, and commercial building and Los Angeles City codes.

 

Position Description Summary

• Provide leadership, direction and management to ensure on-schedule completions within or below budgets in accordance with contractual obligations

 

Essential Job Duties

• Develop and manage scopes to meet project goals and objectives
• Plan and define program goals and devise methods to accomplish them
• Act as the PDG representative with planners, design-builders and stakeholders during the program execution
• Negotiate changes to the scope of work with professional service firms and design build firms
• Participate in negotiations with regulatory agencies and in public meetings in support of LAWA
• Provide updates and give reports to executive management and the Board of Airport Commissioners
• Establishment of Project Management Plan
• Establish the program requirements for all areas of the project, and monitors the draft and final deliverables for adherence to these criteria
• Plan, direct, supervise, and control the execution of all technical, fiscal, and administrative functions of the assigned project
• Field responsibilities may include labor relations, procurement and payment to contractors and consultants
• Work with other team members to follow budget, schedules, and plan for the all elements of a project
• Ensure that the project meets or exceeds goals established in this plan
• Work with PDG management to devise and execute actions plans to rectify potential cost overruns or delays, or to accommodate significant changes to the scope of work
• Maintain current and timely change orders
• Promote excellence on the project through application of Quality Assurance processes

• Monitor and report to management on the progress of all project activity within the program, including significant milestones, and any conditions, which would affect project cost or schedule
• Establish and attend regular meetings to review project status and formulate action items
• Contribute to the advancement of PDG’s goals through commitment to productive collaboration with all stakeholders
• Serves as the manager for various tenant projects, coordinating and communicating the design and construction.
• Ensures all PDG Safety protocols are understood, communicated to all personnel.
• Perform other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate


Hardware/Software Knowledge
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Document Management Systems and Adobe Acrobat Professional

 

Education/Training

• Four-year degree in Engineering, Architecture or related technical/business field

 

Professional Experience Level/Other Qualifications

• Five to 10 years of major Airport work experience with projects more than $10 million is preferred
• Broad experience in design and construction management/administration of major commercial construction projects including Police Facility and Airport Construction Projects.
• Experience with Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Low Voltage and Plumbing coordination, and commercial building and Los Angeles City codes.
• Experience should include interfacing with Architects, Engineers, General Contractors and Sub-Contractors.
• Experience with Design/Build (DB) and other alternative project delivery methods
• Proven ability to perform in a management capacity
• Excellent written and oral

 

Element-Specific Requirements/Notes 

• May assume other duties as required/needed.
• May work overtime.
• Maybe required to work various shifts as needed.

 

Registration/Certification

• Professional registration or certification is preferred

Design Manager, Sr

Key Identifiers for the Position

• Minimum of 20 years of experience in design management of large, complex building projects
• Prior experience with Public Safety buildings, thorough understanding of MEP, IT, Communications, FLS, Security Systems and Specialized Law Enforcement systems
• Experience with Design Build project delivery
• Experience with Lean principles

 

Essential Job Duties

• Manage Design Review process for the following functional facility requirements: space planning, lighting, building materials, finish materials, energy usage (conservation), handicap access, public convenience, utilities, pedestrian and vehicular access, egress and security
• Ensure technical conformance with applicable codes and regulations, accuracy of design calculations (electrical, HVAC, structural, mechanical, space, allocation, noise, etc.) and established standards
• Address Operations and Maintenance issues in the design, including issues that may interfere with operations or maintainability of facilities and utilities
• Identify constructability issues that may interfere with other ADG and/or LAWA projects and the actual construction process, including subsurface information, interface with other programs or projects, existing facilities and utilities, interface with existing operations, access, egress, availability of proposed building materials, long lead procurement, labor sources, etc.
• Lead design quality focusing on the quality of architecture, urban design, massing, landscape design, materials, image, design expression and visual compatibility with adjacent projects.
• Assure design conformance to the budget, familiar with Target Value Design.
• Collaborate on Value Engineering designed to ensure the Contract Drawings fulfill program requirements for performance, quality, aesthetics, and budget at a reasonable life cycle cost
• Prepare review comments including: list all questions requiring clarification; identify omitted work; communicate specific technical deficiencies (such as form, fit, and connections); communicate general deficiencies (such as logic, legibility, clarity, coordinate and state of completeness); and request substantiation that the design satisfies functional specifications (such as output, control and timing)
• Ensure that design progress meets the overall project schedule requirements, including overseeing design consultants deliverable tasks and working closely with project manager and contractors to ensure RFIs, submittals, and concerns are addressed in a timely manner
• Contribute to the advancement of PDG’s goals through commitment to productive collaboration with all stakeholders


Hardware/Software Knowledge
• Thoroughly familiar with MS Office software - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Explorer
• Familiarity with CADD and BIM programs as necessary

 

Education/Training

• Bachelor’s degree in Architecture or related field

 

Professional Experience Level/Other Qualifications

• Minimum of 20 years of experience in design management of large, complex building projects
• Prior experience with Public Safety buildings, thorough understanding of MEP, IT, Communications, FLS, Security Systems and Specialized Law Enforcement systems
• Effective, team-oriented communication and leadership style
• Willing to work beyond off-hours and overtime with no additional compensation
• Willing to take ownership for success/failure of area of responsibility
• Self-starter, comfortable with taking initiative
• Demonstrated abilities in coordinating/managing multiple organizations
• Demonstrated abilities in developing cooperative working relationships among organizations with competing interests
• Excellent written and oral skills including ability to communicate complex issues to a non-technical audience
• Demonstrated ability to manage others cooperatively and to help develop/improve their skills.
• Ability to take on additional tasks as the project requires
• Experience with Design Build project delivery
• Experience with Lean principles
• Experience with Public Safety building operation
• Experience with Design process and Design coordination of trades

 Field Engineer II

Key Identifiers for the Position

• Bachelor's degree in safety and health or related field
• OSHA (Cal preferred) 10/30 instructor required
• Minimum CHST registration/certification required

 

Position Description Summary
The Assistant Safety Manager will work with the contractor, LAWA inspection, the Project Management Team, and others in order to ensure assigned projects are implementing effective safety programs and meeting the requirements of the contract documents with regards to safety and security requirements.

 

Essential Job Duties
• Work with Contractor Safety Team, LAWA Inspection Team, Project Management Team, and others in order to ensure assigned projects are implementing effective safety programs.
• Walk all assigned projects daily and at times multiple times daily
• Review contractors' Daily Safety Reports to identify trending and consistency related to corrective actions
• Meet with LAWA Inspectors and other stakeholders regarding safety concerns and follow-up actions taken by the contractor
• Review written Safety Plans and verify results of safety performance and compliance in the field on an ongoing basis to evaluate the effectiveness of the implementation
• Assist the Project/Construction Manager to verify , that contractors comply with written documentation requirements including weekly "toolbox" meetings, new employee orientation, daily safety inspection reports, any accident/incident and related investigation reports, provision of "competent" or authorized persons documentation including training records and Job Hazard Analysis (JHAs)
• Attend Project Progress and Project Safety Committee meetings as directed by the Program Safety Manager to monitor the ongoing safety effort of the Construction Manager and contractor
• Attend and participate in Construction Safety Advisory Committee Meetings, as directed by the Program Safety Manager
•Attend and participate in the Monthly All-Hands Safety Meeting to discuss general program safety concerns and successes as well as present updates and information on safety regulations and requirements including a monthly training program component on relevant safety subject matter

•Coordinate with management to promote the proactive and behavior-based PDG Safety Program both internally and externally (e.g., National Safety Council, trade and professional organizations, etc.) and to bring positive publicity to the program and PDG

•Contribute to the advancement of Planning and Development Group's goals through a commitment to productive collaboration with all stakeholders•Writing and disseminating daily and or weekly safety reports for each assigned project as directed by the Program Safety Manager

•Maybe required to work night, weekend, multiple shifts, and work beyond regular hours as needed and directed by the PSM

•Provide orientation and training to LAWA staff, contractor employees, and others as assigned by the Program Safety Manager.

•Develop, coordinate, monitor participation, and administer the monthly PowerPoint training as directed by the PSM

•Develop, coordinate, and administer the LAWA PDG Orientation Program as directed by the PSM

•Write newsletter articles for PDG publication as directed by the PSM

•Develop, coordinate, and administer a safety recognition program as directed by the PSM

•Other duties related to promoting the safety culture at LAWA and PDG


Hardware/Software Knowledge
•Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat Pro software is required

 

Education/Training
•Bachelor's degree in safety and health or related field
•OSHA (Cal preferred) 10/30 instructor required
•CPR/1st aid instructor desired

 

Element-Specific Requirements/Notes

•May assume other duties as required/needed
•Maybe required to work past regular work shift
•Maybe required to work various shifts as needed

 

Registration/Certification
•Minimum CHST registration/certification required

 

 

PROJECT MANAGER II

Key Identifiers for the Position

• Four-year degree in Engineering, Architecture or related technical/business field
• Five (5) to ten (10) years of Airport work experience with projects scope of at least $10 million, preferred
• Experience with Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Low Voltage and Plumbing coordination, and commercial building and Los Angeles City codes.
• Broad experience in design and construction management/administration of major commercial construction projects including Terminal Facility and Airport Construction Projects, including demonstrated experience as either and owner or owner representative

 

Position Description Summary

• Provide leadership, direction and management of a portfolio of terminal development projects acting as the owner’s representative on a range of large, terminal programs to several medium- to small-sized projects

 

Essential Job Duties

• Assist the Terminal Development and Improvement Program with the development of scope, schedule and budget goals and objectives for a portfolio of terminal development projects
• Plan and define program goals, including the development/implementation of key performance metrics to demonstrate project goals/objectives
• Act as the Terminal Development and Improvement Program (TDIP) representative with planners, design consultants, design-builders, contractors and various stakeholders during the design and construction
• Negotiate changes to the scope of work with professional service firms and design build firms
• Participate in negotiations with regulatory agencies and in public meetings in support of LAWA
• Provide updates and reporting to executive management
• Responsible for the establishment of a Project Management Plan (PMP)
• Establish program requirements for all areas of the project, and monitor any/all deliverables for adherence to these criteria
• Plan, direct, supervise, and control the execution of all technical, fiscal, and administrative functions of the assigned project(s)
• Field responsibilities may include labor relations, procurement and payment to contractors and consultants
• Work with other team members to ensure scope, schedule and budget adherence for all elements of a project(s)
• Ensure that the project meets or exceeds goals established in the PMP

• Work with PDG management to devise and execute action plans to rectify potential cost overruns or delays, or to accommodate significant changes to the scope of work
• Maintain current and timely change orders and reporting
• Promote excellence on the project through application of Quality Assurance processes
• Monitor and report to management on the progress of all project activity within the program, including significant milestones, and any conditions which may impact project cost or schedule
• Establish regular meetings to review project status and resolve project issues
• Contribute to the advancement of PDG’s goals through commitment to productive collaboration with all stakeholders
• Perform other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate


Hardware/Software Knowledge
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Document Management Systems and Adobe Acrobat Professional

 

Professional Experience Level/Other Qualifications

• Five (5) to ten (10) years of Airport work experience with projects scope of at least $10 million, preferred
• Broad experience in design and construction management/administration of major commercial construction projects including Terminal Facility and Airport Construction Projects, including demonstrated experience as either and owner or owner representative
• Experience with Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Low Voltage and Plumbing coordination, and commercial building and Los Angeles City codes.
• Experience should include interfacing with Architects, Engineers, General Contractors and Sub-Contractors.
• Experience with Design/Build (DB) and other alternative project delivery methods
• Proven ability to perform in a management capacity
• Excellent written and oral communication skills and a thorough knowledge of industry practices and regulations required

 

Education/Training

• Four-year degree in Engineering, Architecture or related technical/business field

 

Element-Specific Requirements/Notes

• May assume other duties as required/needed.
• May work overtime.
• Maybe required to work various shifts as needed.

 

Registration/Certification

• Professional registration or certification is preferred

 

UTILITY COORDINATOR I

Key Identifiers for the Position

• 3 -7 years of relevant work experience
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite software - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Explorer.
• Maybe required to work various shifts as needed for office coverage.

 

Essential Job Duties

• Responsible for entering in detailed information into SharePoint;
• Coordinate and process area and utility shutdowns:
• Responsible for continuous flow of the Utility Shutdown Request (USR)/Area Shutdown Request (ASR) through the review and approval process.
• Maintaining USR/ASR tracking Logs, Status Logs and Master calendar on LAWA Sharepoint.
• Responsible for checking work entered in to ensure information is accurate.
• Maintaining and updating all documentation associated with the USR/ASR’s through the review and final approval process
• Send out approval notifications and close out the USR/ASR’s.
• Follow up on the status of shutdowns per the contractor’s requests.
• Work extensively with MS Outlook and SharePoint.
• Must communicate effectively with Contractors, Project Managers, Technical Groups and other Stakeholders throughout the process using email/phone
• Will be assigned other related tasks as needed


Hardware/Software Knowledge

• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite software - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Explorer.
• Knowledge of SharePoint

 

Professional Experience Level/Other Qualifications

• 3 -7 years of relevant work experience

 

Education/Training

• Construction Administration, Customer Service, Project Management,

 

Element-Specific Requirements/Notes

• Highly organized and can focus on small details.
• Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments under pressure in a fast-paced environment
• Ability to stay calm under pressure and prioritize their work.
• Ability to work in a team environment and or work independently when the work requires.
• Basic knowledge of construction terminology and processes is highly desired.
• Must be able to work cooperatively with others, and be adaptable to change.
• Ability to communicate and express themselves in a professional manner with other co-workers on processes and procedures.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of this work.
• Methodical and thorough approach to work.
• A desire to show initiative, ask question on process and procedures.
• May assume other duties as required/needed.
• May work overtime upon request.
• Maybe required to work various shifts as needed for office coverage.

 

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