Under direction, to perform responsible work in the Project Scheduling Unit of the Office of the State Architect relating to planning, scheduling, and production control of projects; and to do other related work.
Analyzes, reviews and makes independent recommendations in the planning, scheduling, production control of architectural and engineering projects requested by various State agencies; prepares and maintains a master schedule of capital outlay projects assigned to Office staff for in-house completion which identifies work progress through various preliminary, budgetary, and construction phases; analyzes and makes recommendations on workload production, goals and project staffing requirements; participates in project scheduling meetings with section supervisors and Office management to exchange project status information, establish workload priorities and coordinate scheduling; advises management of problems and delays on all phases of the projects; develops statistical data including workload staffing forecasts; maintains records and reports and analyzes them to determine exact status of projects; attends conferences and meetings, and prepares reports and correspondence related to scheduling activities.
One year of experience at a level comparable to a Staff Services Analyst, Range C, or two years of experience at a level comparable to a Junior Staff Analyst, Range B. This experience must be in the Office of the State Architect performing duties related to scheduling and coordinating of architectural and engineering projects.
Experience: Three years of experience in an architectural or engineering office performing responsible duties related to the planning, scheduling, production control, and coordination of major building construction projects. and
Education: Equivalent to graduation from college. (Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.) State experience applied toward "Pattern II" must include at least one year in a class at a level of responsibility equivalent to that of Staff Services Analyst, Range C, or two years of experience as a Junior Staff Analyst, Range B.
Knowledge of: State capital outlay procedures, research techniques and statistics, project scheduling and control techniques, and methods and problems of administration and management.
Ability to: Analyze architectural and engineering projects for scheduling, priorities, person-hour budgeting and staffing needs, and make appropriate recommendations; analyze situations accurately and take effective action; establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the work; speak and write effectively.
Familiarity with planning, design and construction activities of the Office of the State Architect; and architectural fiscal problems, procedures and organization.