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Position Description: Reports to the National Director. Responsible for the overall planning, direction and control of assigned units. Level of impact is within own units. Units vary in size but generally range from between 8 to15 units. Generally manages 15-20 employees. Total managed volume is $250M -$500M. Total Revenue is over $20M
Director, Capital Program Management, is the Director of Capital Program Managers, and Project Managers and associated clients. The Director is responsible for Capital Program Management portfolio and DB projects as assigned. The Director is responsible for developing the overall vision and direction of an institution’s capital program or design build projects. It is this individual’s responsibility to assign work to members of the capital team and ensuring the requisite levels of non-resident and resident support from various technical support groups are scheduled and utilized in the support of capital projects. The Director will have the initial responsibility for monitoring the allocation of manpower against a budgeted staffing plan. In addition to providing a team management role, the Director will monitor projects’ cost and schedule to meet or exceed the expectations of the Client.
The Director also acts as a liaison to the institution for Aramark and is responsible to collaborate with senior members of an institution to develop and implement strategic capital planning processes. This position values diversity by working effectively with people from different viewpoints and backgrounds.
The role includes accountability for the Aramark operations, financial performance, employee retention/development, sales and overall success of the Capital Program Management and Design Build Services portfolio.