Pastoral Center
St. Petersburg

The Construction Account Associate is primarily responsible for the coordination of the construction process within the Diocese. The Construction Coordinator checks all construction contracts, information requests, and billing to ensure accuracy and process them in a timely manner; maintains project spreadsheets and files; assists the Pastors and Administrators by referring vendors for small construction projects.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Types, prepares, and processes office correspondence
  • Answers telephone and directs calls appropriately
  • Check all construction billings for accuracy and process for payment in a timely manner, obtaining all necessary approvals.
  • Maintain all project files, including both current and closed (archived) projects.
  • Tracks project schedules
  • Serve as a referral resource for Pastors and Administrators, helping in selecting contractors and/or vendors to perform small construction/renovation projects.
  • Track all “Notice to Owner” documents for each project and ensure all proper lien releases are obtained prior to releasing any funds to the contractor.
  • Coordinates SWFWMD pond inspections, site surveys, and title/easement requests while maintains records for each project and site.
  • Coordinate 6-month and 3-year AHERA Asbestos inspections and maintains records
  • Maintains Radon Records
  • Assist the Real Estate Office with property tax filings, document filing, and requests for information.

Qualities and Skills:

  • Ability to work collaboratively with Pastors and Parish Advisory Committees; ability to listen, to exercise mature, independent judgment; to build consensus throughout the construction process; ability to make decisions.
  • Have excellent computer skills and be familiar with Windows software: i.e., Word, Outlook, and Excel.
  • Ability to organize, prioritize and follow up on various items, program input, submittals and other information submitted to the owner by the design team or contractor.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Have excellent organizational skills and be able to work independently.
  • General knowledge of applicable codes and procedures of regulatory bodies, including land use, zoning, building codes, conditional and special uses, variances, waivers, etc.; knowledge of construction laws (Mechanic’s Lien Law).
  • Be familiar with the Roman Catholic Church and its administrative and organizational structures.

Candidate must successfully pass a Level II FBI background screen and complete Safe Environment Training prior to employment.

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Only qualified individuals being considered will be contacted for an interview.