April 5, 2017

Intern, UW Capital Planning and Development (CPD), posted 4/5

Job Title: Intern
Company: UW CPD
Contact:
Becki Eatch, Project Manager
beatch@uw.edu
206-616-5217

To apply, visit Huskyjobs at: https://washington-csm.symplicity.com/students/

The University of Washington Capital Planning and Development (CPD) provides comprehensive project and construction management services to the University in support of the University’s mission of teaching, research and community service. Each year the University requests funds for capital improvements. CPD assists clients and stakeholders in executing design and construction services for their projects.

Position Purpose: CPD’s vision for the internship program is to provide students with a supportive learning environment in the pursuit of an academic degree. The program is targeted at Juniors just admitted to their program of study. There are three areas of focus each intern will be involved in during their first year of experience: project management, construction management, and project controls. The goal is that during their second year an intern would be in a position to manage a project within the Job Order Contracting program, with the support of a supervisor. Projects that fall within the JOC program are typically small tenant improvements that are fast paced and an immediate need for the client.

Responsibilities

Construction Management (35%): Work with Construction Manager (CM) on the management of a project in construction and assist with closeout. Typical duties include but are not limited to: daily site visits, attend construction meetings, post requests for information (RFI’s) and change orders (CO’s) to the CM’s working set of plans and specifications, and review pricing submitted by the contractor for accuracy and conformance with the contract.

Project Management (35%): Work with Project Manager (PM) on the management of a project in design. Typical duties include but are not limited to: project site visits for field verification of existing conditions, prepare supporting documents for use at required meetings within the approval process, attend design meetings, review and fill out sustainability score cards for projects, coordinate with design team members, and learn to develop project budgets.

Project Controls (20%): Work with Project Controls Engineer and learn about the management of the schedule and budget for projects whether in design or construction. Typical duties include but are not limited to: budget development, reviewing cash flows, forecasting budgets, working with PM’s to reforecast projects, and attend staff meetings as required.

As needed (10%): Data entry, filing, other clerical.

Qualifications

Current enrollment in UW’s College of Built Environements or College of Engineering undergraduate program in either Construction Management, Architecture, or Engineering.