Historic Site Administrator Job Description Sample
Interpretation Development At Montauk Historic Site
Interpretation Development at Montauk Historic Site Print Apply Interpretation Development at Montauk Historic Site Location Clermont
Fayette County, IA Job Type Internship Agency 259 Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs Job Number 18-01275 Closing 3/20/2018 11:59 PM Central LinkedIn Tag #LI-POST Point of Contact Matthew Beyer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions Job Description The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs is looking to fill an Interpretation Development at Montauk Historic Site intern (Administrative Intern) to assist the state. Internship Purpose and Goals:
To develop a self-guided walking tour brochure for the outbuildings and grounds at Montauk Historic Site.
The brochure created will act as an interpretation tool for the site. Time Commitment Duration: Summer Semester
- Frequency: Minimum of 8 hours per week,unpaid. Duties and Essential Activities:
Conduct research using Montauk Historic Site records and other reference material to provide maximum information about the outbuildings and grounds.
Based on information found, create a write up that will be used as the text for a self-guided walking tour brochure.
Research and scan accompanying photos for the brochure. Physical and Mental Requirements
Pursuing a degree in history, museum studies, education or other related field
Have an interest in museums and museum work.
Strong research skills are expected.
Must conduct oneself in a mature/professional manner and able to work accurately and efficiently with minimal supervision. Training
The selected intern will be trained in proper photo and archival handling.
The selected intern will be trained in how to access and utilize the records and photographs in the Montauk Collection. Department/Supervisor
The internship will be completed for Montauk Historic Site which is part of the Historic Sites department of the State Historical Society of Iowa.
The internship will be supervised by the Montauk Historic Site Coordinator with overview from the Historic Sites Manager. Minimum Qualification Requirements Applicants for positions in this class must be currently enrolled students in a degree program at an accredited educational institution, as determined by the Iowa Department of Administrative Services – Human Resources Enterprise. For additional information, please click on thislink to view the job description. Additional Qualification Requirements To apply for this internship, please follow the NEOGOV link on the Internship page: https://iowaculture.gov/history/get-involved/internships Intern applications will not be considered until all required documents are submitted. 01 Do you understand that the answers to all of the following questions must be truthful, honest, and accurate to the best of your ability? Please read all questions and answers thoroughly and make sure you understand them completely.Ensure the answers to your questions match the information filled out on your application and the attachments you have uploaded. If the answers to your questions are inconsistent with your application information or uploaded attachments, you will be given zero points for the question.Knowingly misrepresenting the facts when submitting any information related to an application, examination, certification, appeal, or any other facet of the selection process will result in your disqualification from this application and future employment with the state of Iowa.
- I understand and agree.
No 02 Are you CURRENTLY enrolled in an Associate's, Bachelor's or post graduate program?
No Required Question Agency State of Iowa Agency 259 Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs Address 600 E Locust St Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. Website https://iowaculture.gov/ Apply
Aide Mcleod Plantation Historic Site
Under the direct supervision of the Park Management, the CCPRC Operations Aide will perform various duties at park facilities operated by the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission. This is to include, but not limited to day to day management, staff supervision, providing information to the public, performing administrative duties, and customer service. This position requires early morning/late night, weekend and holiday work. Position: Aide McLeod Plantation Historic Site
Requisition:* AIDE MPHS
Job Category:* Aide
Employment Type:* Part Time
Location:* McLeod Plantation Historic Site
Opened On:* 2/15/2018 Relocation: Not Available
Salary Range:* $7.75 - $18.00
Historic Site Interpreter
Historic Site Interpreter Print Apply Historic Site Interpreter Salary $9.00 - $10.13 Hourly Location Durham, NC Job Type Part Time w/o benefits (Less than 20 hours per wk) Department Parks and Recreation Job Number 18-01557 Closing 3/2/2018 11:59 PM Eastern
Questions Position Description Hourly Rate of Pay: $9.00 Work Days/Hours: Routinely Saturday and Sunday between 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm; other shifts may apply This position will lead public tours of historic buildings and the park, assist with recreational and educational programming, staff facility rentals and special events, and a variety of other duties at West Point on the Eno Park,Leigh Farm Park, or other facilities. Work is performed under general supervision in accordance with established policies and procedures. Duties/Responsibilities
Welcomes visitors to assigned buildings.
Lead tours in and around the historic buildings at West Point on the Eno and/or Leigh Farm Park.
Explains historic significance of assigned buildings, or displays housed therein.
Assist other staff at programs (like crafts, hikes, and hands-on activities).
Maintains attendance records.
Performs light custodial maintenance of assigned buildings.
Use of tact and skill in dealing with patrons.
Performs related task as required.
Ability to verbally communicate detailed information to the public.
Ability to perform minor custodial chores.
Ability to keep accurate records. Minimum Qualifications & Experience
Must be at least sixteen (16) years of age.
Prior experience in public speaking, customer service, tour guide, or interpretive work.
Applicants must be able to work weekends, specifically Saturday and Sunday afternoons, and some holidays.
Applicants must have or be able to obtain American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED for the Workplace (r. 06): Standard First Aid with CPR/AED – Adult plus Child and Infant CPR" certifications within thirty (30) days of hire. (DPR will provide training). Additional Preferred Skills
Applicants should have a basic knowledge of American and North Carolina history.
Comfortable speaking with groups of people. This position has no benefits offered. 01 Where did you first hear about this opportunity?
City of Durham Website
Professional organization Please list the organization in "other" box below
Internet posting Please list the specific web site in the "other" box below
Employment Security Commission
Other 02 If you listed "other" above please give specific web site, organization, or publication. 03 If you have not completed high school or have an equivalency, select the highest education level completed.
Completed 8th grade
Completed 9th grade
Completed 10th grade
Completed 11th grade
Completed 12th grade (or have GED) 04 Are you 16 years of age or older?
No 05 Do you have or are you willing to obtain the American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED for the Workplace (r. 06): Standard First Aid with CPR/AED – Adult plus Child and Infant CPR" certifications within thirty (30) days of hire.
No 06 Are you willing to work weekends, specifically Saturday and Sunday afternoons, and some holidays?
No 07 Do you have experience in public speaking, customer service, tour guide, or interpretive work?
No 08 If you have experience in public speaking, customer service, tour guide, or interpretive work, briefly explain how you have used this experience. If you have no experience, indicate N/A. 09 Do you have basic knowledge of American and North Carolina history?
No 10 Are you comfortable speaking with groups of people?
No Required Question
Overview: This position is accountable for overseeing 2 Sites located in Carson and San Pedro. Overall management of a clinical site in designated areas includes:
Strategic, financial and operations management;
Patient care coordination, patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes;
Risk management, audit and compliance Full accountability for non-clinician teammates within assigned Site, including but not limited to hiring, mentoring, professional development, annual reviews, compensation adjustments, corrective actions and termination of employment. Responsible for planning, coordinating, directing and monitoring all operational and financial aspects of the site in conjunction with Clinical Pod Lead Physician and other clinician or non-clinician teammates. Provides effective leadership to managers, supervisors and teammates in overseeing the delivery of high-quality, cost-effective patient care. Essential Functions:
Reports monthly on membership, operational expense, and other P&L variances to budget; researches and monitors budget variations and mitigate unfavorable variances
Reviews, authorizes and monitors expenditure reports in accordance with company policies and procedures
Ensures adequate clinician and support staffing levels are maintained to provide appropriate and timely care to patients
Reviews and monitors teammate capacity and utilization and manages changes in hours or FTEs to ensure operational efficiency and compliance with appropriate company and regulatory policies
Develops Site level strategies to ensure membership goals are met for each line of business
Implements plans to continually enhance services provided by accountable departments and functions
Ensures facility upkeep including maintenance, vendor management, and leasing agreements
Develops and implements short-term and long-term facility strategy including site growth, construction, and space planning
Works with Clinical Pod Lead Physician to resolve clinician-related issues and enhance provider satisfaction
Monitors patient satisfaction through various programs such as the formal complaint process, new patient survey, etc. and develops patient satisfaction improvement strategies to meet patient satisfaction goals and appropriately escalates issue
Ensures compliance with approved workflows and initiatives for driving increased patient satisfaction
Monitors current clinical outcome initiatives, such as STAR, P4P, CHAPs, and admission to ensure that established goals are met; develops and implements action plans against goal gaps
Ensures active and ongoing patient outreach through pursuit processes to support quality initiatives
Proactively manages high risk patient lists to avoid preventable admissions or readmissions or identify other patient needs
Monitors daily census and discharge reports to ensure appropriate follow up is provided to all discharged inpatients
Monitors appointment access to ensure compliance with health plan requirements and implement corrective action as needed
Guides and develops non-clinical teammates to ensure they are meeting performance expectations; mentors, coaches, and counsels as needed for professional development
Encourages staff participation Site huddles/PEAK huddles and solicits staff suggestions and ideas on process improvement
Responsible for all teammate activity such as hiring, promotions, performance evaluations, salary increases, and disciplinary actions
Recognizes teammates for performance that achieves goals related to patient satisfaction, clinical outcomes and teamwork
Ensures that management teammates understand DMG Teammate Policies and other regulatory requirements affecting employment in Sites
Ensures continuing education programs are offered and taken timely to keep staff up-to-date on nursing practices, universal precautions, worker/patient safety, and other policies and procedures as required
Ensures that Site meets all internal and external standards of conduct as well as all legal and regulatory requirements
Proactively ensures Site is prepared for planned or surprise DHHS, Health Plan, or internal audits
Ensures compliance with state Worker Compensation and OSHA safety training requirements EDUCATION:
Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or equivalent work experience
Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or Nursing preferred EXPERIENCE:
Minimum 5 years of work experience
Healthcare industry experience within managed care and/or medical group operations environment preferred + 3 or more years in healthcare management preferred KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
Microsoft Office applications skills
Ability to type 25 wpm
Quantitative and analytical skills used to interpret data from organizational dashboards
Proven leadership abilities We offer a competitive wage and a comprehensive benefits package which includes insurance programs covering medical, dental, vision, life, long-term disability, paid time off, education reimbursement, and a 401(k) plan. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.”
Sharepoint Site Collection Administrator
The candidate will assist other Site Owners in the management, page layout, content, and development for sites. In close coordination with the user-base, develops and maintains content, libraries, and lists. Tasks include business requirements analysis, facilitating user groups and integrated project teams for the planning, creation, configuration, customization, checks, and remedy of issues related to SharePoint Sites and Users requirements.
User training is key. They will provide technical support for Microsoft SharePoint Server Environment. This includes support for the setup and creation of SharePoint sites and support for the SSA community in developing such.
Troubleshooting of SharePoint problems and user community questions will also be required. Skills
VP Operations, Site Administrator - Cape Canaveral Hospital
To be fully engaged in providing Uncompromised Safety, Superior Quality, Memorable Patient/Customer Experiences, and Financial Stewardship, as the VP Operations, Site Administrator, accountable to the Community Hospitals COO for the administration, direction, coordination, management and leadership of a specific hospital site. The VP Operations, Site Administrator is responsible for organizing, planning, controlling and coordinating resources to provide quality patient care in a cost-effective manner in accordance with the Health First mission. VP Operations, Site Administrator will lead nursing clinical and non-clinical on site Operations.
Maintains a positive, open and effective relationship with the Community Hospitals, Executive Team, Hospital Medical Staff, Hospital Management, other Health First Management Teams, and all levels of personnel through open communication, utilizing effective written and verbal skills.
Supports a strong management and administrative leadership culture within the organization through the administration of an effective management structure that delineates the responsibilities and accountabilities of management and functions of each department.
Assists the Community Hospitals COO and Community Hospital CEO in determining priorities as necessary to meet the changing demands of the hospital through effective participation in planning, implementation and evaluation of hospital goals and objectives. Establishes responsibility and strategic direction for hospital departments.
Administers quality of service through consistent development, design, interpretation, implementation, and evaluation of the facility policies and procedures necessary to achieve maximum efficiency and effectiveness resulting in improved patient care services.
Provides leadership in the administration of risk management and performance improvement programs for the facility that ensures the delivery of quality patient care and meets regulatory requirements.
Establishes and maintains positive, effective communication and interpersonal relationships with associates, department managers and Medical Staff department/committee chairman.
Ensures compliance with The Joint Commission, the State of Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitation Services regulations and laws, local fire and health department regulations, governing body, and Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules & Regulations.
Fosters a working relationship and seeks public understanding and support for the hospital by serving as spokesperson to other health care agencies, community agencies, organizations, city government, businesses and advisory committees. Cooperates with other health, hospital and social agencies in an effort to evaluate and improve health services in the community.
Assists the Community Hospitals COO with the development and implementation of an annual strategic plan with goals and objectives for the hospital site.
Annually, recommends an operating budget incorporating the goals and objectives of the organization.
Annually, recommends a capital budget that provides for the maintenance of the physical plant, emerging medical technology, and capital replacement in concert with other Health First facilities. Recommends action to the Community Hospitals COO regarding capital acquisition, equipment · Masters in Health, Business Administration or related area required · Minimum of 5-10 years’ management and administrative experience within a healthcare setting · Demonstrated leadership skills · Ability to continually assess the environment and prioritize accordingly · History of effective relationships with physicians · Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required · Excellent organizational skills · Participation in professional and civic organizations and community activities
Organization:Cape Canaveral Hospital
Title: *VP Operations, Site Administrator
- Cape Canaveral Hospital*
- Brevard County-Cocoa Beach*
PTP & NCA Site Administrator
Job Description Looking for a full time Site Administrative Assistant The Site Administrative Assistant would half time supporting Hudson site and the other half time supporting the Canal Street site The schedule would be Mon and Wed at Canal Street and Tues and Thurs at Hudson. Also every other working Fri of the month would rotate support at Canal St and then the next working Fri of the month would be supporting Hudson The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and wanting and willing to learn new skills to support a growing organization. The following are some examples of the responsibilities that this person would be working on:
Order BAE swag for site
Attend committee meetings (D&I, Wellness, Safety etc.) and be the admin support for them
Support Employee Engagement Activities
Organize, Planning and Executing
Couch to 5k
Set up Happy or Not questions in terminals
Jump rope challenge
Veteran s day
Order food for holiday dinner
Organize ice cream truck schedule
Support company sponsored bus trips that potentially can happen
Maintain sites Onespace pages and e-signage (training is provided)
Put in Maximo work orders as needed for the site
Work with outside vendors for conference room upgrades
Support site and regional events Support site executives as needed
Required Skills and Education Requires a High School education. Ideal candidate will have experience in a DoD environment Microsoft office experience-excel and power point. Ability to multitask and work in a fast paced environment is required.
Preferred Skills and Education
About BAE Systems Electronic Systems BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. The Electronic Systems (ES) sector spans the commercial and defense electronics markets with a broad portfolio of mission-critical electronic systems, including flight and engine controls; electronic warfare and night vision systems; surveillance and reconnaissance sensors; secure networked communications equipment; geospatial imagery intelligence products and systems; mission management; and power-and energy-management systems. Headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire, ES employs approximately 13,000 people globally, with engineering and manufacturing functions primarily in the United States, United Kingdom, and Israel. Equal Opportunity Employer/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression
PTP & NCA Site Administrator
BAE1US6822 EEO Career Site Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities . females . veterans . individuals with disabilities . sexual orientation . gender identity . gender expression
Ambulatory Site Administrator High Street Community Health Center
Ambulatory Site Administrator High Street Community Health Center Job ID 79572 Location Springfield, Massachusetts Full/Part Time Full-Time Regular/Temporary Regular
What you will be responsible for: The Ambulatory Site Administrator High Street Community Health Center is responsible for the assessment, planning and implementation of programs, processes and services that support the successful day-to-day operation of the health center. This position oversees a team of practice staff and nursing staff comprising of 70 FTEs plus an additional 55 Fellows and Residents and is responsible for managing an operating budget of $9M comprised of both hospital and professional revenue as well as the activities of contractual relationships. Reporting to the Director Community Health, and in partnership with the Medical Director and Division Chief, the Site Administrator designs and implements initiatives that optimize financial, operational, and clinical performance to achieve a high level of quality patient care, patient and provider satisfaction, employee and provider engagement and financial performance. The Site Administrator effectively uses broad knowledge of management tools to support efficient clinical, administrative and fiscal operations; identifies opportunities for care innovation and expanded uses of technology and leads adoption across the practice. The Site Administrator will also collaborate with and share best practices with Baystate’s two other Community Health Center site administrators and with other BMP practice managers generally. The Site Administrator work in a partnership dyad model to collaborate and communicate regularly in order to foster a collaborative, team-based practice, and a positive environment for staff, providers and patients.
What you will Need
Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree preferred
Clinical Experience as a Registered Nurse preferred
Minimum of 5 years management experience in an ambulatory setting
Experience managing large primary care practices or a community health center, with a comprehensive understanding of social determinants of health in an underserved population strongly preferred.
Excellent team building and people management skills
Demonstrated track record of successful partnership with nursing, physicians and advanced practitioners
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to provide a high level of customer service are required as the position involves significant interaction with a variety of clinical and non-clinical representatives at all levels of the Health System.
Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential. Must be able to work independently as well as be a contributing team member to a variety of interdisciplinary teams. Experience leading an engaged workforce
Ambulatory Site Administrator High Street Community Health Center
Location - High Street Community Health Center 140 High Street, Springfield MA
Operating Budget $9M
Size and Scope-
Physician FTEs: 8.5
Advanced Practitioner FTEs: 6
Mgt & Supervision: 3
Medical Assistants and Interpreters: 18
Patient Service Representatives and Administrative Support: 18.5
Equal Employment Opportunity Baystate Health is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.
Cooper River Site Sr. Contract Administrator
Cooper River Site Sr. Contract Administrator (Job Number: 190325W-01)
Description The Site Contract Administrator (CA) is the site leadership position that DuPont holds accountable for the overall direction and coordination of all on site contracting activity. Site CAs are expected to lead by FELT leadership with public proclamations of the organization’s commitment to caring about people, and demonstrating an active commitment to safety, health, and the environment in a way that people correctly perceive leadership’s sincere concern for the safe operation of our facilities, protection of our environment, and the safety and well-being of all people, on-site and in the surround community. The Site CA is accountable and responsible for ensuring that contract administration policies and procedures are documented and that all CA and Field CA personnel involved in the contract administration process receive the appropriate level of training on an annual basis. The site CA is also responsible to ensure that all plant personnel are knowledgeable of and comply with Contract Administration procedures as they pertain to on site contracted services.This position ensures that the site contract administration process is in compliance with corporate standards and internal control requirements. The Site CA ensures an adequately staffed organization is in place to provide the needed support and oversight of all on site contractor activities, as well as leading in the development and implementation of the site Contracting strategy. The Site CA leads the six step process for contractor safety and verifies receipt of services. The Site CA has functional responsibility for other CAs and FCAs on site. A Site Wide CA can successfully manage approximately 100 contracts and contractor companies. Consideration should be given to utilize a second CA if contracts exceed that number and/or there is significant capital project activity warranting a dedicated CA. Site Wide CA Accountabilities include:
Development and implementation of site contract administration procedures and processes
Leads the development of and implementation of site contracting strategy
Leads the development of and implementation of the site contractor safety plan
Responsible for maintaining the site conditions
Oversight and training of other Contract Administrators and Field Contract Administrators on site
Adherence to DuPont Core Values throughout contracting process
Avoidance of and training for others on co-management issues
Implementation of the process for contractor safety 1. Contractor prequalification process including variance process 2. Bid package development including site conditions and scope development 3. Managing the bid cycle and contract award process with Sourcing 4. Providing and documenting contractor safety orientation with the SHE professional 5. Auditing contractor training including home office audits 6. Coordination of work in the field including safety audits, JSA audits, and the work permit process 7. Ensures compliance with regulatory and DuPont safety requirements 8. Managing the post job evaluation process
Responsible for the receipt of services process on site, including working with accounts payable to resolve invoice issues
Assisting with injury management and incident investigations
Manages the interface between the contractors, legal, sourcing, SHE, accounts payable, tax, the project process and any other party.
Maintains the appropriate corporate and site level metrics to improve the CA process.
Maintains and manages the Site Leveraged Agreements with onsite tenants
Bachelor’s Degree. Business, Engineering or Construction Management preferred.
Seven plus years experience in all aspects of plant operations, SHE managing processes, with understanding ofcontracting, financial controls, construction, maintenance temporary staffing and CA requirements.Field Contract Administration or Construction Engineer experience is preferred
Demonstrated leadership capability and ability to influence change.
Demonstrated ability to work with many individuals, oversee strategic and tactical contractor administration processes.
Demonstrated ability to work on multiple tasks, setting and communicating priorities, and understanding the business drivers.
Effective oral and written communication skills, the ability to present information to all levels in the organization, and address external organizations.
Demonstrated ability to develop and execute effective task planning.
Strong computer skills required including Microsoft Office Suite, finance reporting tools.SAP skills are preferred
Six sigma, 5S, Lean and DPS capable; Core Competencies: - Teamwork/Collaboration
Managing For Productivity
Communicating With Impact
Build Sustainable Customer Relationships
Analysis and Judgment – Decision Making #LI-TG1
Primary Location:NA-United States-South Carolina-Charleston
Education Level:Bachelor's Degree (±16 years)
Job Type:Experienced DuPont is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability or any other protected class. If you need a reasonable accommodation to search or apply for a position, please visit our Accessibility Page for Contact Information. For US Applicants: See the “Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law” poster.
Site Construction Contract Administrator
Site Construction Contract Administrator
: Winchester, KY
: M-Sat 10 hour days.
: day rate $500-650 range plus per diem if not local. Client expects you to be onsite from Feb to Nov 2018.
Description: The SC Contract Administrator, Field position ensures that all contracts are properly prepared, executed, registered, stored, and accounted for.
In particular, ensures the contract details such as correct rates and eligibility, approved work releases & change orders, and scopes are followed. The SC SR Contract Administrator, Field is responsible for the verification and proper coding of service invoices. This position administers contracts to capture maximum value and ensure supplier performance issues are resolved and documented.
The SC SR Contract Administrator, Field has responsibility for all commercial matters related to the on-site administration activities of awarded contracts. This position may also be required to perform contract activities associated with the development and formation of site awarded contracts, including but not limited to the prequalification and bid processes, request for proposals, evaluation of proposals, bid clarifications and contract negotiations, recommendation for award, and final formation of contracts
: The Contract Administrator verifies all service invoices relating to contracts, and verifies and updates discrepancies in the system records of goods and services contracts in the systems. This position will oversee performance to goals and development to ensure compliance to work standards, policies and procedures, as well as propose appropriate modifications to process, policies and standards.
Monitor the issuance of contract documents, and their revisions, as they occur (e.g. issued for construction drawings);
·Confirm receipt of insurance certificate, WCB clearances, surety performance documents where applicable, and maintain records;
·Set up and maintain contract filing system;
·Prepare formal correspondence to Contractor for review, and approval by Site Construction Manager;
·Review and distribute correspondence pertaining to Contract;
·Maintain daily journals for assigned Contracts and expedite input from other disciplines;
·Verify procedures used for measurement of work for payment;
·Verify Contractors’ monthly progress payment invoice based on approved work performed;
·Ensure process/system is available to track payments.
·Initiate or expedite Change Orders including identification of work scope and development of price and schedule impact;
·Attend weekly progress meetings;
·Review and evaluate Contractor's requests for additional compensation (claims) or extension of time, and prepare assessment of entitlement for approval by Site Construction Manager;
·Log, review, & evaluate contractor claims, and facilitate prompt communication to [Client] on their resolutions in accordance with established claims procedures.
·Prepare notices of completion and close-out documentation;
·Monitor recovery of back charges and maintain back charge log;
·Monitor liens and garnishees registered against project;
·Expedite WCB, and other legal clearances prior to final payment;
·Prepare final account summary;
Finalize contract documentation
Analyzes claims history and process and reports value leakage and root cause analysis;
Identifies issues, risks and improvement in the contract administration and claims processes ant strategies;
Act as the key contact for interfacing with the client and handling issues
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