Space and Facilities Project Manager

US DISTRICT COURT   San Diego, CA   Full-time     Project Management
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Posted on July 16, 2020

Space and Facilities Project Manager

The U.S. District Court is currently recruiting for a Space and Facilities Project Manager. The incumbent will be responsible for the following:

•              Manage the design and renovation process, to include review of drawings, specifications, schedules, cost estimates, and other documents to ensure compliance with general project integrity, conformity, and quality. Ensure that court requirements are met by the General Services Administration (GSA) and contractors in accordance with the    

U.S. Courts Design Guide and applicable judiciary and court policies.

  • Perform cost evaluation and control at each step of the project to ensure the budget plan is adhered to and the project remains in compliance with stated objectives.
  • Prepare scopes of work and Reimbursable Work Authorizations (RWAs) and submit for approval.  Verify RWA billings and authorize project payment.
  • Provide technical advice and recommendations to the Court to assist in defining court design, construction, or renovation needs.
  • Direct and assume responsibility for all phases of renovation and alteration projects, including all design and construction aspects through project close-out stages.
  • Coordinate efforts of various entities to ensure timely action on accomplishment of successive phases of the work. Conduct periodic meetings with all concerned parties to review progress, discuss problems, and develop solutions. Ensure all concerned parties are advised of requirements, changes, problems, and potential solutions.
  • Maintain project log of court actions, desires, and preferences related to the project.
  • Utilize software developed for computer assisted drawing and similar computer design technology to develop layouts, plans, blueprints, and designs.
  • Prepare and present periodic reports on project status and/or funding requirements to judicial officers and unit executives.
  • Participate in and coordinate construction and alteration planning. Coordinate scheduling, plan, communicate, and resolve the resultant affects on the court and occupants.
  • Act as the court’s liaison with the General Services Administration (GSA) and contractors. Ensure the completeness and timeliness of project delivery.
  • Make recommendations or determinations regarding deviations from schedule and actions which alter operational characteristics of the project.
  • Coordinate project security issues with the U.S. Marshals Service as they relate to court space.
  • Coordinate with GSA and other landlords on all rent, space and other similar tenant issues
  • Develop and recommend budget expenditures as it relates to space and facilities needs to senior management
  • Oversee the management of judiciary paid parking spaces
  • Perform other related duties, as assigned or required.

    Must have at least 2 years of specialized experience. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university; five (5) or more years progressively responsible project management work experience in the architectural and/or construction disciplines. Salary is $81,673 - $102,104 DOE w/ full benefits.

    To see specific position requirements, benefit information and the application process, visit the careers tab on for the entire vacancy announcement.


Closing date for this position is July 29, 2020.


San Diego , CA