Project Executive – Southern CA

Our firm has been retained by a National Healthcare Development/Program Management company to assist them in finding the right person for their Chicago office. With offices across the US, they are a leading Healthcare Management firm in the country. They work with numerous Health Systems throughout Illinois acting as an extension of their real estate group, and successfully providing owners representation for multiple projects varying in size.


Duties & Responsibilities:

This list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time. Responsibilities include:
• Assisting partners, planners and associates in performing project feasibility analysis.
• Conducting project visioning sessions with client’s senior management.
• Leading the A/E qualification, selection and contract negotiations.
• Leading the qualification, selection and contract negotiations for other team consultant members.
• Reviewing, negotiating and approving A/E and consultant additional work requests
• Supervising the programming and planning efforts of the selected architect.
• Performing site analysis and investigations.
• Developing and maintaining detailed development budgets and schedules.
• Obtaining required project public approvals (CON, Zoning, Annexation, Site Plan Approval, Wetlands, other Processes).
• Providing design direction and managing the overall design process.
• Reviewing design development and construction documents to determine adequacy.
• Leading the GC or CM qualifications, selection and contract negotiations.
• Evaluating the adequacy of all construction allowances, contingencies and general conditions.
• Providing construction administration.
• Reviewing and negotiating GC or CM change order requests.
• Monitoring the GC or CM performance for areas of potential risk.
• Coordinating physician office suite development.
• Providing project cost control and preparing monthly budget reports and invoicing.
• Coordinating the selection, procurement, delivery and installation of medical and other equipment, signage and furniture.
• Preparing monthly reports to clients.
• Making project overview and status report presentations to clients’ administration, Board and Board Committees.

Requirements and Competencies:

  • The ideal candidate has an undergraduate degree in architecture, civil engineering or construction, and a minimum of 10 years relevant work experience. The candidate’s experience should include at a minimum projects in the $10 - $40 million range.

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