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Technical Specialist II LAX Airport (Los Angeles, CA) Open

$48.00 - $56.00 per Hour

Essential Job Duties

• Lead the effort on behalf of LAWA to develop and communicate the BIM Standards, Procedures and BIM Execution Plan (BxP) with the Design/Builder on all projects at LAX.
• Provide guidance and input into BIM related contract language to support the project delivery process
• Assist the Project Management Team in decision-making as it pertains to BIM and related technologies.
• Assist in the BIM deliverable review process, technical support, and quality assurance.
• Review general project requirements, design criteria and contract requirements.
• Demonstrated working knowledge and implementation of VEO by InEight and Autodesk BIM 360 on multi-billion dollar projects
• Develop systems, procedures and structures to allow LAWA to record, map and manage the project design and construction utilizing BIM.
• Ensure that monthly reports describing activities associated with BIM implementation are prepared and forwarded to the project management team.
• Develop presentations, teaching aids and training plans for the various stakeholder groups.
• Recommend solutions for file sharing, document control and security.
• Contribute to the advancement of PDG’s goals through commitment to productive collaboration with all stakeholders.

Hardware/Software Knowledge

• Microsoft systems including MS-Excel, MS-Word, Power Point, SharePoint, Prolog, Primavera P6 or other Scheduling Software.
• Autodesk systems including AutoCAD, Revit, Civil 3D, Navisworks, Infraworks and BIM 360.
• InEight VEO and other relation database cloud-based platforms
• Familiar with ESRI/GIS platforms and asset management software, IBM Maximo.


Professional Level Experience/Other Qualifications

• Minimum ten years’ experience in the Design and Construction Industry performing duties related to this position.
• Five years or more of experience in the implementation of a fully integrated BIM process specifically for large US airports.
• Thorough understanding of airport specific enterprise-wide challenges and inherent communications needs.
• Excellent written and oral communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills are required.


Education/Training

• A college degree is required.  Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree in Architecture, Engineering or Construction.

Registration/Certification

• AIA preferred

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Part - Time Talent Acquisition Coordinator Pasadena, CA Open

Part Time / Corporate / 24 Hours A Week / $25.00 per Hour

Roles and Responsibilities

• Sourcing and attracting candidates by using databases, social media etc.
• Designing and implementing the overall recruiting strategy
• Create job descriptions and prepare job offer letters
• Conduct compensation and benefits analyses for various roles
• Organize candidates’ data (e.g. resumes, assignments and contact details) in internal databases
• Design candidate experience surveys and analyze feedback
• Perform background and reference checks
• Coordinate interviews and contact applicants, as needed
• Organize our employee referral process, including asking for referrals and managing bonus requests
• Assist with new hire onboarding (e.g. preparing necessary paperwork and scheduling trainings)
• Provide administrative support to the Recruiting and HR team.
• Interface with candidates, recruiters, and hiring managers throughout the hiring process
• Provide first day information to candidates across all locations and remote employees.

Minimum Requirements

• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
• Work experience as a Talent Acquisition Coordinator, HR Assistant or similar role
• Familiarity with Applicant Tracking Systems and resume databases
• Experience using professional social networks (LinkedIn and Indeed in particular)
• Excellent organizational skills  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field and/or four years’ relevant experience.
• 1 - 4 years of experience in an Administrative or Coordinator role, supporting a Talent Acquisition
• Understanding of the talent acquisition process and requisition management preferred


Preferred Qualifications

• Bachelor's degree required.
• 2-5 years of experience in a role in HR, project, or program coordination role
• Experience with an applicant tracking system

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Compliance Analyst or Senior Compliance Analyst Pasadena, CA Open

Full Time / Corporate / $74K - $84K per year

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Technical experience and knowledge of Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) eCPR system, LCPtracker, and B2GNow. Technical experience and knowledge of compliance requirements pertaining to State Labor Code, Prevailing Wages, Federal Davis-Bacon, Department of Labor (DOL) Wage Decisions, DOL Request for Additional Classifications (Conformance), and/or Collective Bargaining Agreements (e.g. PLAs/CBAs/CWAs).
  • Experience in auditing Contractor Certified Payroll Records for underpayment of State Prevailing Wages and/or Federal DOL Wage Decisions.
  • Working knowledge of Straight-Time, Over-Time, and Fringe Benefits portions of State Prevailing Wages and Federal DOL Wage Decisions.
  • Working knowledge of Construction Trade Classification published by the DIR or DOL.
  • Ability to identify potential Contractor violations which include, but are not limited to, worker misclassification of trade classification, underpayment of State/Federal Prevailing Wages, incorrect payment of Worker Fringe Benefits.
  • Knowledge of existing DIR online databases pertaining to DIR Registration Numbers, PWC100, Apprenticeship Programs, Apprentice Certifications, and Contractors Licenses.
  • Working knowledge of PlanetBids or other Construction Procurement software systems.
  • Working knowledge of Construction Schedules which include Bid & Award, Construction, and Punch List & Close Out Phases.
  • Working knowledge of various Construction Delivery Methods such as Traditional Bid-Build, Job Order Contractors (JOC), and/or Design-Build.
  • Working knowledge of Labor Compliance Program (LCP), Request for Forfeiture, and forwarding cases to the DIR’s Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) for further investigation and penalty assessment.
  • Ability to provide compliance recommendations or write-ups to Compliance Officer (CO) and Clients which include are not limited to Recommendation to Withhold Contractor’s Progress Payments and Summary Briefs/Research on complex compliance labor issues, and audit time line (i.e. Dates when issue was made known to Contractor through the Date issue was resolved).
  • Ability to maintain accurate auditing records and time lines (i.e. Dates when issue was made known to Contractor through the Dates the issue was resolved).
  • Attend Pre-Construction meetings and present State/Federal Davis Bacon Labor Compliance Requirements to Prime Contractors, Public Agencies Staff, Client Consultants, and CM/PM Team.
  • Provide technical Labor Compliance, Labor Code, DIR eCPR, and/or LCPtracker support to client staff, client consultants, PM/CM Teams, Prime Contractors, Subcontractors, and Inspection (IOR)/Laboratory (LOR) Firms.
  • Assist clients and Compliance Officer (CO) with Third Party requests such as Public Records Act (PRA) request.
  • Maintain project specific excel auditing tracking sheets, project submittal logs for compliance forms, monthly Discrepancy Notices, local hire reports, Section 3 reports, local hire data base, Section 3 data base,
  • Conduct monthly Labor Compliance worker field interviews and/or on-site field observations.
  • Attend, as-needed or requested by clients/compliance officer, Weekly Construction meeting on site and provide compliance status updates.
  • Schedule, facilitate, and present labor compliance requirements at both Contractor Compliance meetings, Compliance Close Out meetings, and Contractor Working Sessions (e.g. LCPtracker Contractor Training).
  • Create Labor Compliance Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for clients and contractors to utilize.
  • Manage, monitor, and enforce Labor Compliance (State & Federal Davis-Bacon) requirements on client construction projects as assigned by CO.
  • Provide administrative support to CO which include but are not limited to client invoicing and project narratives, project compliance reporting, project close out/archiving, compiling meeting minutes, drafting and issuing meeting notices, maintaining Compliance Department spreadsheets, create project templates, and filing project payrolls/forms in a project binder and/or electronic archive.
  • Respond to phone calls and email correspondences from clients, PM/CM teams, Prime Contractors, and Subcontractors regarding Labor Compliance or Compliance status questions.
  • Ability to maintain, prepare, and present project compliance files for inspection by State or Federal agencies as required by various public funding sources (e.g. State Water Board, Prop 87, and/or CDBG).
  • Maintain compliance project files which includes but are not limited to, Contractor Certified Payroll Records, Labor Compliance Forms, and project correspondences on LCPtracker, SharePoint, Drop Box, or any Third-Party Vendor System utilized by various clients.


Collective Bargaining Agreements, Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) and Section 3 Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Technical experience and working knowledge of Workforce Development and Outreach/Local Hire Goals.
  • Technical experience and working knowledge of Collective Bargaining Agreements such as Project Labor Agreements (PLA), Community Benefits Agreements (CBA), Community Workforce Agreements (CWA), and Project Stabilization Agreements (PSA).
  • Technical experience and working knowledge CDBG and Section 3 requirements, forms, Economic Opportunity Plans, Low-Income Criteria and New Hire/Section 3 Goals.
  • Experience with monthly and quarterly reporting of Local Hiring Goals, Section 3 Goals, New Hire Hours, and SBE/DBE Goals.
  • Working knowledge of L.A. County SBE, DBE, and Section 3 Business Certificate data bases.
  • Experience working with Los Angeles & Orange County Building Trades and Local Unions.
  • Experience working with Local Union Trust Funds in ensuring Contractor Fringe Benefit contributions are paid in accordance to the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
  • Experience working with Core Employee and Apprentice utilization.
  • Attend Collective Bargain Agreement Pre-Job meetings and both present Agreement requirements and Work Assignments with Prime Contractors, Union Representatives/Business Agents, Public Agencies Staff, Client Consultants, and CM/PM Team.
  • Provide technical support regarding potential Work Assignment and Jurisdictional disputes between contractors and local union representatives.
  • Ability to schedule, facilitate, and mediate Union Grievances between Local Union and Contractors.
  • Conduct worker field interviews and/or on-site field observations to ensure compliance with Core Employee utilization and fringe benefit requirements per Collective Bargain Agreement.
  • Attend Weekly Construction meeting to present and review project compliance status with Collective Bargain Agreement Requirements.
  • Experience with conflict resolution and mitigation pertaining to formal union grievances.
  • Ability to initiate and assess fact-finding of an issue and provide recommendations to resolve the matter.
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, other qualified certifications and/or programs (i.e. PMP or University Extension courses) will be taken into consideration in lieu of preferred education and minimum years of experience.
  • Direct experience from public agency, construction management consulting firm, compliance consulting firm, local union, or general/sub-contracting firm
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Excellent organizational skills

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Cost Analyst  Monterey Park, CA Open


Roles and Responsibilities

• Align Bond Programs Budget Authority
• Analyze project budgets resulting in cleanup of funding lines.
• Update bond budgets and weekly financial statement for senior management and Director’s meeting
• Create adjustment Project Journals for BTS upload
• Follow up on critical issues involving program forecasting, front funding, and project budgets.
• Coordinate with Project Manager’s and Facilities Directors to establish and maintain data coding structures, project control tools, and quality data for budgets, contracts, trends, and actual costs.
• Administer overall local bond measures and state matching funding sources
• Perform financial analysis and special project analysis.
• Administer financial reporting and cash flow forecasting.
• Monitor financial and program control databases for completeness and accuracy
• Develop and implement budget and financial policies and procedures and interface with other departments
• Assist with verification of Estimated at Completion amounts for Project Budgets
• Develop budgets and schedules to conform to project requirements.

Minimum Requirements

• BS or BA in Accounting or Finance or other related degree required.
• 3 years’ experience developing and managing large Capital Improvement Programs, multi-funding source program budgets.
• Bachelor’s degree in Business or related degree.• Must be PC proficient in a Windows environment to include Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word. Above average experience with Excel is required.


Preferred Qualifications

• BS or BA in Accounting or Finance or other related degree required.
• 3 years’ experience developing and managing large Capital Improvement Programs, multi-funding source program budgets.
• Bachelor’s degree in Business or related degree.
• Must be PC proficient in a Windows environment to include Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word. Above average experience with Excel is required.

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Business Analyst  Monterey Park, CA Open


Roles and Responsibilities

• Assist Accounting Manager with analyses of ongoing financial activity and reconciliations for the Bond Program 
• Prepare and/or review vendor files or other supporting documentation for vendor payments 
• Conduct regular review and analysis of detailed transactions residing in the Bond program 
• Accounting software (CostPoint, Deltek) 
• Assist Accounting Manager in identifying errors and develop innovative approaches to minimize risk of repeat discrepancies • Review Bond Program invoices and process approved payables per accounting procedures 
• Enter invoice payment requests into program accounting software 
• Communicate with applicable construction and professional services vendors as needed 
• Identify discrepancies or inconsistencies and resolve expeditiously 
• Reconcile financial accounts 
• Work effectively with other department personnel on invoice matters 
• Assist in processing of general contractor’s payment analysis 
• Analyze monthly accounting reports in order to maintain expenditure controls 
• Work directly with outside team members on cost and invoice commitments and expenditure matters 
• Work effectively with other department personnel in order to resolve any invoice payment issues and obtain signatures of authorization on invoice matters 
• Evaluate and ensure bond compliance in regards to payment requests 
• Review Bond Program invoices and process approved payables per accounting procedures 
• Enter invoice payment requests into program accounting software 


Minimum Requirements

  • Ability to work with business enterprise or accounting systems
  • Ability to perform historical trends and analyze results
  • Ability to create monthly financial reports and analyzing results
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Good communication and presentations skills a must
  • Bachelor’s degree in business or related degree
  • Proficiency in Excel, MS Word, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to lead projects to successful conclusion


Preferred Qualifications

• 2-year experience in accounting, finance, or related fields
• Costpoint and/or Proliance experience

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Project Engineer  Los Angeles, CA Open


Roles and Responsibilities

 • Attend all meeting, including conferences calls for all related projects and provide meeting minutes within 48 hours
Maintain construction alert log and issue all construction alerts
Substitute for Project Manager as necessary at jobsite to maintain consistency of project oversight
Maintain and distribute current contract plans and specifications  
Under the direction of the Senior PM / Design Manager, be responsible for coordination of and responding to issues
Assist in the analysis and recommendations of issues with the Senior PM 
Perform other duties as directed by Senior PM / Design Manager
Assist in submittal procedures
Confirm contractor’s maintenance of record drawings
Provide technical and engineering support to Project Managers
Field coordination with contractor, responding to field issues
Coordinate with surveying, testing and inspection staff
Maintain change management log including RFI’s and SBM logs
Estimating capabilities for validating change orders
Perform other duties as directed by Project Managers 
Manage the completion and distribution of weekly meeting notes
Close out projects & Finalizing documents

Minimum Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years experience in construction management of facilities or school construction
  • Excellent ability to analyze and problem solve
  • High proficiency with Microsoft Office Applications and Windows
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Must be able to multi-task and prioritize effectively to meet deadlines
  • Must be proactive in determining and completing work tasks


Preferred Qualifications

• Prefer BS or BA in architecture, engineering, urban planning, construction management or a closely related field


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Owners Authorized Representative II - Educational Facility ( K-12) Los Angeles, CA Open

Pacifica Services, Inc. is seeking capable and qualified Owners Authorized Representative II (OAR II) with 15 years of experience in Project/Construction Management of Commercial and/or Public/Education Facility Construction with full responsibility for coordinating complex projects with construction values in excess of $30M. Experience in managing multiple projects concurrently; proficiency in managing construction on active educational facilities. 

Position Description: 
 

  • Manages, oversees and coordinates all facets of the pre-construction, bid and award, construction and close-out phase of all assigned projects
  • Reviews pre-construction documents and submits comments to Designer as necessary
  • Plans, organizes, and prepares reports to upper management with respect to the status and/or progress of the projects
  • Coordinates with all pertinent public agencies during pre-construction and construction to comply with all off-site work; coordinates with various District and Project staff
  • Manages both the project budget and schedule to meet the District’s qualitative standards; monitors the project budget on a monthly basis and ensures that the budget accurately reflects the project status/progress
  • Manages daily activities of the contractor, reviews contractors’ construction schedules and submittals, and coordinates responses to the contractors’ inquiries thru the Requests for Clarifications (RFC) and other related documents
  • Reviews substitution submittals from contractors to ensure specification and/or District requirements are complied with
  • Receives, reviews, and negotiates Contractor Change Order Proposal(s) to achieve a fair & reasonable price in accordance with the General Conditions; reviews and addresses any and all Schedule impacts in accordance with the project specifications in a timely manner
  • Reviews the process and monitors payments for the contractor, architects, engineers and any other pertinent parties
  • Administers provisions of Professional Service Agreements between Architects and the District
  • Coordinates District delivery of related fixtures, furniture and equipment
  • Monitors and manages project close-out with respect to project certification with the Division of State Architects (DSA) and project financial close out
  • Perform other related duties as assigned


Minimum Required Qualifications:

  • Experience utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM)
  • Experience with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified projects and/or the Collaborative for High Performing Schools (CHPS)
  • Experience in Formal Construction Partnering
  • Experience with Division of the State Architect (DSA) construction/design processes
  • Safety and OSHA Safety Regulations

Preferred Education:
  • Graduation from a recognized college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, or Construction Management
  • Possession of a valid Certified Construction Manager (CCM) credential may be substituted for the required education


Preferred Licenses and Certifications: 

  • A valid Certificate of Registration as an Architect by the California Architectural Board or Professional Engineer by the State Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors
  • A valid Construction Manager (CCM) credential by the Construction Manager Certification Institute (CMCI)

  




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Project Manager Los Angeles, CA Medical Facilities Open

Pacifica Services, Inc. is seeking capable and qualified Project Manager with 5-10 years of experience managing the design, construction, planning and coordination of multi-million dollar projects under multiple project delivery and procurement methods (with particular emphasis on medical facilities) which include functions such as contract administration, cost estimating, and scheduling activities. Candidates must have experience with community engagement processes and strong communication skills.

Position Description: 
  • Responsible to deliver construction projects on schedule and within budget
  • Plans and coordinates the execution of pre-construction, construction, and post construction activities
  • Interfaces with client(s) and other project representatives to obtain timely action on successive phases of project completion
  • Manages and supervises a team of design and construction professionals to ensure the project meets its overall goals and objectives, standards, schedules, and budget
  • Oversees the construction process to ensure compliance with all applicable standards and guidelines to ensure all projects meet building standards requirements
  • Manages, develops, and coordinates the design and construction process to ensure that the project is within functional program, budgetary, environmental, and legal requirements
  • Reviews status and provides management reports relative to overall progress relative to construction project delivery schedules, cost control, staffing and other related construction contract requirements
  • Performs oversight functions on job-site to assess performance of construction teams and adherence to legal requirements
  • Resolves complex planning, design, and construction project-related issues, disputes, and disagreements
  • Reviews contract scope, fees, and applications for payment and performs overall fiscal management of project
  • Provides functional direction over areas of responsibility including project schedules, cost control, dispute resolution, contract administration, and quality control
  • Implements recommended internal policies and procedures and develops and/or reviews recommended actions in resolving disputes relative to construction projects
  • Monitors project planning, design, and construction status to report findings, recommendations, and updates throughout all development phases and assesses status, progress, and potential issues
  • Provides maximum values for dollars budgeted to meet the functional needs of the client, the local community, and the environment
  • Performs other related duties, as assigned
Required Education:  

Graduation from a recognized college or university with a bachelor’s degree, preferably in Construction Management, Architecture, or Engineering

Preferred License or Certifications:  A valid Certificate of Registration as an Architect by the California State Architectural Board or Professional Engineer by the State Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors

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Project Manager Los Angeles, CA Correctional Facilities Open

Pacifica Services, Inc. is seeking capable and qualified Project Manager with 5-10 years of experience managing the design, construction, planning and coordination of multi-million dollar projects under multiple project delivery and procurement methods (with particular emphasis on correctional facilities) which include functions such as contract administration, cost estimating, and scheduling activities. Candidates must have experience with community engagement processes and strong communication skills.

Position Description: 
  • Responsible to deliver construction projects on schedule and within budget
  • Plans and coordinates the execution of pre-construction, construction, and post construction activities
  • Interfaces with client(s) and other project representatives to obtain timely action on successive phases of project completion
  • Manages and supervises a team of design and construction professionals to ensure the project meets its overall goals and objectives, standards, schedules, and budget
  • Oversees the construction process to ensure compliance with all applicable standards and guidelines to ensure all projects meet building standards requirements
  • Manages, develops, and coordinates the design and construction process to ensure that the project is within functional program, budgetary, environmental, and legal requirements
  • Reviews status and provides management reports relative to overall progress relative to construction project delivery schedules, cost control, staffing and other related construction contract requirements
  • Performs oversight functions on job-site to assess performance of construction teams and adherence to legal requirements
  • Resolves complex planning, design, and construction project-related issues, disputes, and disagreements
  • Reviews contract scope, fees, and applications for payment and performs overall fiscal management of project
  • Provides functional direction over areas of responsibility including project schedules, cost control, dispute resolution, contract administration, and quality control
  • Implements recommended internal policies and procedures and develops and/or reviews recommended actions in resolving disputes relative to construction projects
  • Monitors project planning, design, and construction status to report findings, recommendations, and updates throughout all development phases and assesses status, progress, and potential issues
  • Provides maximum values for dollars budgeted to meet the functional needs of the client, the local community, and the environment
  • Performs other related duties, as assigned
Required Education:  

Graduation from a recognized college or university with a bachelor’s degree, preferably in Construction Management, Architecture, or Engineering

Preferred License or Certifications: 

A valid Certificate of Registration as an Architect by the California State Architectural Board or Professional Engineer by the State Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors

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