Date of Study: December 4, 2017 – December 7, 2017
Collective Bargaining Identification: R09
Job Analysis Conducted By: Jason W. Albrecht, Selection Analyst, Office of Workforce Planning, Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Number of Incumbents: There are 1 incumbents in this classification per the State Controller’s Office Filled/Vacant Position Report dated 12/2017.
EDITED TASK LISTING
NOTE: Each position within this classification may perform some or all of these tasks.
1. Assist the project lead in the creation of the program using professional practice standards (i.e., American Institute of Architects [AIA] Documents), as directed.
2. Assist the project lead in derivation, planning, development of architectural plans and elevations, materials, colors, finishes and specifications (e.g., construction documents [CD]) using AutoCAD, Revit and Microsoft Word, as directed.
3. Assist the project lead on the coordination between architectural features with the various engineering disciplines during the development phase, using verbal communication, documentation, sketches and drafting tools, as directed.
4. Assist project lead on the coordination between CDs and conditions in the field (e.g., unexpected findings and deteriorated conditions, etc.) during the construction phase, using communication, drafting tools and responses to Request For Information (RFI), as directed.
5. Obtain “as-built” drawings and files for architects and engineers to produce background drawings, using electronic and archival records, as directed.
6. Operate computer-aided drafting (CAD) equipment or conventional drafting station to produce designs, working drawings, charts/forms/records using personal computers, as directed.
7. Revise construction documents from review comments by the clients, supervisors, and the Office of the State Fire Marshal, to produce submittal level CD’s using AutoCAD, Revit and Microsoft Word, as directed.
8. Create “as-built” drawings and files for the Plan Room Manager to record the final built project using AutoCAD, Revit and Microsoft Word, as directed.
9. Gather product information for project lead to produce information for CD’s, using online databases and communication with vendors or manufacture representatives, as directed.
10. Prepare project specific information for all interested parties to produce written reports and oral presentations using graphic applications (in response to project scope/deadlines, as directed.
11. Perform calculations and provide to project lead to verify compliance with applicable codes and standards (e.g., California Building Codes [CBC], DCG, Americans with Disability Act [ADA], etc.), as directed.
12. Coordinate with field construction and plant operations staff during development of contract documents using software, meetings, and review comments in response to project scope/deadlines, as directed.
13. Create design charts and diagrams for use in construction documents, reports and exhibits using software and/or hand tools, as directed.
14. Verify existing construction types/assemblies of the project to setup project parameters and limitations using record documentation, as directed.
15. Attend in-house meetings/conference calls to define/resolve issues and provide updates of project scope and coordination using meeting notes, phone conversations and email, etc., as directed.
16. Resolve construction problems generated by the field to maintain project scope and deadlines using software, meetings and construction administration documents (e.g., request for information, construction bulletin, change order, etc.), as directed.
17. Assist project lead with coordinating with the procurement department to review and approve construction administration documents (e.g., pre-bid review, post-bid review, submittals, etc.), using approved CD’s, as directed.
18. Produce the less complex design and construction documents for project lead to accurately define the building construction parameters and quality using computer drafting, standard design documents, and specifications, as required.
19. Review Control Section 6.00 of the Budget Act funding requests and branch assignments to provide recommendations and information to the Capital Outlay Unit, institutions and branch Chiefs using codes, professional knowledge and Design Criteria Guidelines, as requested.
20. Communicate in a professional and effective manner with others to provide accurate information and establish and maintain effective working relationships in all situations using tact and interpersonal skills, on a daily basis.
21. Assist project lead in development of project tracking (e.g., fees, estimates and schedules for each phase of the project, etc.) to produce or review designs, construction documents, perform construction administration and project closeout using departmental standard forms and procedures, professional knowledge and experience, etc., as directed.
22. Conduct code research to ensure project design intent conforms to the CBC using departmental standards and procedures and construction codes to deliver design and/or review services, as directed.
23. Participate in training and professional development to improve project leadership/management skills, morale, design and technical knowledge using State funded training, departmental training, etc., as mandated.
24. Interact with manufacturing/industry representatives to obtain technical product information using telephone/computer equipment and personal contact in accordance with departmental policies and procedures, as directed.
25. Create project specific details for drawing and specifications to complete design project using hand drafting or computer software, as directed.
26. Analyze building codes, accessibility regulations, space and site requirements, etc., to determine their effect on architectural designs using building codes, regulations and online resources, as directed.
27. Lay out spatial arrangements for commercial buildings to create a design solution using Computer-Assisted Drafting (CAD) equipment and software, as directed.
28. Verify dimensions of materials, furnishing and equipment to be used to maintain required clearances using computer drafting, online resources and communication with vendors, as directed.
29. Analyze technical implications of architect’s design concept, calculating volumes, to meet scope of project using computer drafting, online resources and communication with vendors, as directed.
30. Prepare colored presentation drawings of the building exterior and interior designs to produce presentations to clients using computer drafting and hand drawings, as directed.
Tasks highlighted in bold text are not currently on the SPB classification specification
EDITED KSAPC LISTING
NOTE: Each position within this classification may perform some or all of these KSAPCs.
K1. Basic knowledge of costs, codes, and construction methods to maintain compliance with project scope and applicable laws, rules and regulations.
K2. Basic knowledge of planning of public buildings to understand how program operations relate in an institutional setting.
K3. Basic knowledge of designing of public buildings to understand how program operations relate in an institutional setting.
K4. Basic knowledge of planning of groups of buildings to understand how program operations relate in an institutional setting.
K5. Basic knowledge of designing of groups of buildings to understand how program operations relate in an institutional setting.
K6. Basic knowledge of architectural design of buildings to develop construction documents in response to project requirements.
K7. Basic knowledge of architectural practice to develop construction documents and administer construction projects in response to project requirements.
K8. Basic knowledge of building materials to develop construction documents and administer construction projects in response to project requirements.
K9. Basic knowledge of the impact of costs in design and construction to make effective decisions during the project.
K10. Basic knowledge of codes to produce construction documents that would obtain required approvals.
K11. Basic knowledge of construction methods to make effective decisions during the project.
K12. Basic knowledge of building structural, electrical and mechanical systems to make effective decisions during the project.
K13. Basic knowledge of site civil systems to make effective decisions during the project on an ongoing basis.
K14. Basic knowledge of specification sections and content to meet design intent.
K15. Basic knowledge of construction documents to meet design intent.
K16. Advanced knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and their applications to conduct space planning and occupancy calculations.
K17. Advanced knowledge of Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) to produce construction drawings.
K18. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite to produce specifications and schedules.
KSAPCs highlighted in bold text are not currently on the SPB classification specification
A1. Develop architectural designs of building spaces to meet design intent.
A2. Analyze architectural designs of building spaces to meet design intent.
A3. Present information clearly and effectively in pictorial form to meet design intent.
A4. Present information clearly and effectively in written form to meet design intent.
A5. Present information clearly and effectively in verbal form to meet design intent.
A6. Analyze situations accurately for an effective course of action to meet design intent.
A7. Develop an effective course of action based on analysis to meet design intent.
A8. Interpret drawings and specifications to meet design intent.
A9. Discern critical path tasks, i.e., program development, scheduling and project delivery, etc., to meet design intent.
A10. Brainstorm on a topic or situation and provide multiple options to internal and external stakeholders.
A11. Listen and interpret directions from clients, project lead and consultants to meet design intent.
A12. Generate or use different sets of rules for combining or grouping things in different ways.
A13. Seek assistance from peers when a solution is not readily evident.
A14. Manage time effectively to accomplish multiple tasks within scheduled restraints.
KSAPCs highlighted in bold text are not currently on the SPB classification specification