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Manager, Construction Projects II | University of Rhode Island

6 days 17 hours ago
Kingston, Rhode Island, Manager, Construction Projects II Position location: Kingston Grade Level: 14 Salary Range: $74,301 - $113,687 The position is full-time, calendar year, permanent. BASIC FUNCTION: Provide project management services for the University's construction, renovation, and deferred maintenance projects. For complete details about the position, including required and preferred qualifications, and the application process itself, please visit the URI Jobs website at https://jobs.uri.edu/postings/13499 to apply and view complete details for job posting (SF01803) . The search will remain open until the position has been filled. First consideration will be given to applications received by August 1, 2024. Applications received after August 1, 2024 may be reviewed depending on search progress and needs but are not guaranteed full consideration. APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE ONLY. The University of Rhode Island is an EEOD employer. Women, persons of color, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, and members of other protected groups are encouraged to apply. Copyright ©2024 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. Posted by the FREE value-added recruitment advertising agency jeid-943f09cfeec55641aea36bde28acb212

Passenger Conveyance Program Manager | Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

6 days 22 hours ago
Sterling, Virginia, As a Passenger Conveyance Program Manager, you will Implement and manage the Airports Authority's passenger conveyance programs through projects and service contracts. Serves in the Airport Engineering and Facility Services Department at the Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD). Provides broad technical supervision and management of projects, contracts, and multidisciplinary staff involved in overseeing the Passenger Conveyance Systems and equipment such as the Mobile Lounge and Plane-Mate Vehicles, Passenger Boarding Bridges, Elevators, Escalators, Moving Walks, and the Automated People Mover System. QUALIFICATIONS Seven years of progressively responsible experience managing large-scale conveyance systems, or in program management or operations of conveyance systems such as jet bridges, escalators, elevators, moving walks, or passenger trains.  An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.   Comprehensive professional knowledge of the concepts, principles, and practices of engineering (e.g., mechanical, electrical, industrial) as well as a general knowledge of commercial-industrial project management as applied to design, layout and progress engineering   for the construction, rehabilitation and repair of airport fixed and mobile equipment.   Skilled in managing and administering multiple, major projects concurrently; ensuring coordination and integration among related efforts.   Ability to analyze data and identify the needs and priorities of facilities.   Skill in problem solving to select, organize and logically process relevant information.   Excellent leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams and external stakeholders.   Ability to speak and write effectively, with emphasis on communicating technical issues to nontechnical audiences.   PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS   Specialized project management experience in the public sector and experience with large scale passenger conveyance or transportation systems.   EDUCATION   A bachelor’s degree in engineering, Engineering Technology, Architecture or Construction Management, or a related field.   CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES REQUIRED   A state driver’s license in good standing.   NECESSARY SPECIAL FACTORS   Operates vehicle airside and landside (requires AOA permit).   Exercises care and wears personal protective equipment, when in the field visiting maintenance and construction sites.   Subject to job pressures from short deadlines and changing priorities, and job frustrations from service demands exceeding available resources.   Subject to recurring interpersonal conflict situations involving complaints from key customers (or irate station managers/other officials, who are dissatisfied with the service(s) provided.   Is subject to hold-over and recall on a 24-hour basis for essential services and emergencies such as snow removal.     A background security investigation will be required for some positions.   Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.| Follow us on Twitter @MWAAcareers.

Sr. Project Manager | Cushman Wakefield Multifamily

1 week ago
Saint Louis, Missouri, Job Title Sr. Project Manager Job Description Summary Responsible for developing, executing, and directing the overall strategic objectives involved in the development and acquisition of land to include feasibility analysis, establishing scope and developmental schedules, and leadership for all activities related to the clientâ™s real estate development projects from inception and architectural design through municipal approvals and zoning throughout the region. Job Description Responsibilities ⢠Create tailored development schedules for a land lease / acquisition based on zoning status, conditional use permits, platting and required third party approvals to pursue speed to construction start for a given project ⢠Manage and lead a team of architects, civil, structural, electrical engineers & more to confirm the economic and zoning viability of a land site ⢠Lead and present at local staff, design review boards, planning commission and city council meetings to represent the clients and pursue zoning and site plan approval ⢠Manage the launch and receipt of all given surveys to qualify a land site ranging from Title Reports, ALTA Survey, Geotechnical reports, Environmental reports, Sign Surveys and more depending upon the site ⢠Play critical leadership, coordination, and communication role with all stakeholders including the client, architects, civil, structural, electrical and mechanical engineers, sign vendors and more ⢠Manage program and project efforts for new store developments, store relocation, and multi-state program roll-outs ⢠Assist during the initial leasing / purchase agreement feasibility phase by: reviewing all surveys and providing cost and zoning analysis back to Real Estate for review and consideration ⢠Pursue all approvals from County, City, State & more to prepare a land site for Lease Commencement or Closing and communicate with the client and all stakeholders each step of the way ⢠Meet established development timelines by: reviewing master project schedules for assigned projects, ensuring Architects & Civil Engineers are provided with accurate and timely information, verifying material procurement and delivery are synchronized with schedules, regularly monitoring progress of all projects, visiting sites, and requesting modified completion target dates when necessary ⢠Provide value engineering ideas and opportunity for savings regularly through project evaluation ⢠Complete all required documentation/paperwork and provide timely and accurate project status reporting while traveling Requirements ⢠Bachelor's degree; Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering or related discipline, 5+ years of development management in the commercial construction industry or equivalent as an Ownerâ™s Representative, or any similar combination of education and experience ⢠Experience in pre-construction and land development efforts ranging from site planning, grading plan reviews and utility design and review ⢠Expertise in Feasibility / Due Diligence, Site Planning, Permitting, Site Analysis, civil design and construction, Entitlements, Land Use, Land Planning, Utility Providers and Construction ⢠Proven experience in working with local municipalities and organizations to pursue site plan / zoning approvals for a given concept ⢠Experience in managing restaurant, banking and/or pad site projects preferred ⢠Certification in PMP, PE, AIA, LEED, or CMAA preferred ⢠Proficient in preparing and tracking detailed project budgets and schedules ⢠Proven experience leading and managing numerous facets of multiple projects simultaneously ⢠Solid understanding of construction industry, terminology, codes, documentation, and design disciplines ⢠Ability to read, understand, and apply construction standards and plan sets ⢠Proficient with project management software (e. g. Microsoft Project, NIKU) ⢠Ability to conduct weekly project meetings either onsite or via conference calls with clients, contractors, vendors, and other stakeholders ⢠Demonstrated customer/vendor relationship building experience ⢠Excellent organizational, presentation and communication skills ⢠Ability to travel 25-50% Cushman & Wakefield provides equal employment opportunity. Discrimination of any type will not be tolerated. Cushman & Wakefield is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmativeâ‹ Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without  regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position at Cushman & Wakefield, please call the ADA line at 1-888-365-5406 or email. Please refer to the job title and job location when you contact us.

Senior Property Manager/Gestionnaire immobilier principal | Cushman Wakefield Multifamily

1 week ago
Nationwide, Job Title Senior Property Manager/Gestionnaire immobilier principal Job Description Summary Responsible for the management of the Property Management staff as well as to oversee a significant portfolio or property and to serve as a point person on third-party relationships. Assurer la gestion du personnel de lâ™Ã©quipe de gestion immobilière, ainsi que la supervision dâ™un portefeuille ou dâ™un bien immobilier dâ™importance, et agir à titre de personne-ressource pour les relations avec des tiers. Job Description ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ⢠Direct, coordinate, and exercise functional responsibility for property management business ⢠Provide overall property management leadership through the development and interpretation of policies and programs, coordination of information flow and property management strategy ⢠Provide direction and leadership to Property Management staff, promoting reasonable career paths associated with property management professionals ⢠Track budget variances and ensure smooth recovery process ⢠Oversee the billing process including payment of invoices and disbursement of funds ⢠Monitor cash flow and cash requirements in conjunction with Property Manager to ensure efficient use of cash ⢠Oversee preparation of reports, annual budget, and other documents for owner in accordance with the management agreement ⢠Support prompt collection of management fees and reimbursements to overhead ⢠Maintain interface with third-party owners, ensuring total contract compliance, and accurate and timely reporting ⢠Resolve tenant relations issues to ensure their satisfaction ⢠Perform regular property inspections with staff ⢠Oversee construction projects with Construction Manager, including approving construction contract and invoices ⢠Ensure compliance with Property Management Policies and Procedures, codes, regulations, and governmental agency directives KEY COMPETENCIES 1. Communication Proficiency (oral and written) 2. Customer Focus 3. Problem Solving/Analysis 4. Leadership Skills 5. Teamwork Orientation 6. Time Management Skills 7. Financial Acumen IMPORTANT EDUCATION ⢠Bachelorâ™s Degree in Business Administration or related discipline preferred IMPORTANT EXPERIENCE ⢠5+ years of real estate property management or related experience ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY QUALIFICATIONS ⢠CPM, RPA, or CSM designation ⢠Possess real estate license ⢠Strong knowledge of finance and building operations ⢠Proven experience in management, evaluation, development, and motivation of subordinates ⢠Ability to effectively manage a team of professionals, including both employees and vendors ⢠Previous experience in analyzing and negotiating commercial lease and/or contract language ⢠Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite WORK ENVIRONMENT This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Regularly required to travel outside between properties in varying weather conditions. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may need to travel from floor to floor, climb stairs, and may be required to travel outside between buildings in varying outdoor weather conditions. The employee may also be regularly required to remain in a stationary position (sit or stand) for 85% of the time; regularly operate office machinery. AAP/EEO STATEMENT C&W provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law. Further, C&W takes affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed and employees during employment are treated without regard to any of these characteristics. Discrimination of any type will not be tolerated. OTHER DUTIES This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice. Description de I'emploi ⢠Diriger, coordonner et exercer la responsabilité fonctionnelle des activités de gestion immobilière. ⢠Assurer un leadership global en matière de gestion immobilière en élaborant et en interprétant des politiques et des programmes, et en coordonnant le flux dâ™information et la stratégie de gestion immobilière. ⢠Fournir une orientation et un leadership au personnel de gestion immobilière, et faciliter des cheminements de carrière pertinents pour les professionnels de la gestion immobilière. ⢠Faire le suivi des écarts budgétaires et veiller au bon déroulement du processus de recouvrement. ⢠Superviser le processus de facturation, y compris le paiement des factures et le décaissement de fonds. ⢠Surveiller le flux de trésorerie et les besoins de trésorerie, en collaboration avec le gestionnaire immobilier, pour veiller à lâ™utilisation efficace des liquidités. ⢠Superviser la préparation des rapports, du budget annuel et dâ™autres documents destinés au propriétaire, conformément au contrat de gestion. ⢠Favoriser un processus rapide de recouvrement des frais de gestion et de remboursement des frais généraux. ⢠Maintenir la communication avec les propriétaires tiers pour veiller à la conformité globale des contrats et produire des rapports exacts et en temps opportun. ⢠Résoudre les problèmes liés aux relations avec les locataires pour sâ™assurer de leur satisfaction. ⢠Inspecter régulièrement les biens immobiliers avec le personnel. ⢠Superviser les projets de construction avec le directeur de la construction, ce qui comprend lâ™approbation du contrat et des factures de construction. ⢠Veiller à la conformité aux politiques et procédures de gestion immobilière, aux codes, aux règlements et aux directives des organismes gouvernementaux. COMPÉTENCES CLÉS 1. Compétence en communication (orale et écrite) 2. Orientation client 3. Résolution et analyse de problèmes 4. Compétences en leadership 5. Esprit dâ™Ã©quipe 6. Compétences en gestion du temps 7. Sens des finances ÉTUDES ⢠Baccalauréat en administration des affaires ou dans une discipline connexe, un atout EXPÉRIENCE ⢠Au moins 5 ans dâ™expérience en gestion immobilière ou dans un domaine connexe QUALIFICATIONS SUPPLÉMENTAIRES ⢠Titre de gestionnaire immobilier certifié (CPM), dâ™administrateur de biens immobiliers (RPA) ou certification ScrumMaster (CSM) ⢠Permis de courtier immobilier ⢠Solide connaissance des finances et de lâ™exploitation dâ™immeubles ⢠Expérience éprouvée en gestion, en évaluation, en perfectionnement et en motivation des subalternes ⢠Capacité à gérer efficacement une équipe de professionnels, y compris des employés et des fournisseurs ⢠Expérience de lâ™analyse et de la négociation du libellé de contrats ou de baux commerciaux ⢠Connaissance approfondie de la suite Microsoft Office ENVIRONNEMENT DE TRAVAIL Cet emploi sâ™exerce dans un environnement de bureau professionnel. Le travail exige une utilisation fréquente de lâ™Ã©quipement de bureau standard comme des ordinateurs, téléphones, photocopieurs, télécopieurs et classeurs. Le ou la titulaire du poste doit régulièrement se déplacer à lâ™extérieur pour visiter les biens immobiliers dans diverses conditions météorologiques. EXIGENCES PHYSIQUES Les exigences physiques décrites ci-après sont représentatives des capacités requises pour bien exécuter les fonctions essentielles de ce poste. Dans le cadre de son travail, le ou la titulaire du poste peut devoir se déplacer dâ™un étage à lâ™autre, monter et descendre des escaliers, et se déplacer dâ™un bâtiment à lâ™autre dâ™un même site dans des conditions météorologiques variées. Le ou la titulaire du poste doit aussi souvent maintenir une position stationnaire (assise ou debout), soit environ 85 % du temps, lors de lâ™utilisation de lâ™Ã©quipement de bureau. PLAN Dâ™ACTION POSITIVE ET ÉNONCÉ EN MATIÈRE Dâ™Ã‰GALITÉ Dâ™ACCÈS à Lâ™EMPLOI Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) offre à tous les candidats lâ™Ã©galité d'accès à lâ™emploi, sans égard à la race, à la couleur de la peau, aux croyances, au sexe, à lâ™Ã¢ge, à lâ™orientation sexuelle, à lâ™origine nationale, aux handicaps, au statut dâ™ancien combattant et aux autres caractéristiques protégées par les lois provinciales, fédérales et locales. En outre, C&W met en Å“uvre des actions positives pour sâ™assurer que ces caractéristiques nâ™ont aucune incidence sur le traitement des candidats et des employés. Aucune forme de discrimination nâ™est tolérée. TÂCHES CONNEXES Cette description de poste ne présente pas la liste complète des activités, tâches et responsabilités du poste en question. En effet, dâ™autres activités, tâches et responsabilités pourraient être ajoutées et des changements pourraient être apportés à ces dernières à tout moment, avec ou sans préavis. Cushman & Wakefield is committed to equity in employment and our goal is to have a diverse, inclusive, and barrier-free workplace. If you are a person with a disability and need the job posting in an alternative format or any other accessible accommodations during the hiring process, please email your request to canadarecruitment@cushwake.com. Please refer to the job title and job location when you contact us.Cushman & Wakefield sâ™engage à respecter lâ™Ã©quité en matière dâ™emploi. Notre objectif est dâ™offrir un milieu de travail diversifié, inclusif et exempt dâ™obstacles. Si vous êtes une personne handicapée et que vous avez besoin de recevoir lâ™offre dâ™emploi dans un autre format ou dâ™accéder à toute autre mesure dâ™adaptation au cours du processus dâ™embauche, veuillez soumettre votre demande par courriel à canadarecruitment@cushwake.com. Veuillez mentionner le titre de poste et le lieu de travail au moment de communiquer avec nous.

Sr Property Manager | Cushman Wakefield Multifamily

1 week ago
Cary, North Carolina, Job Title Sr Property Manager Job Description Summary Responsible for the management of the Property Management staff as well as to oversee a significant portfolio or property and to serve as a point person on third-party relationships Job Description ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ⢠Direct, coordinate, and exercise functional responsibility for property management business ⢠Provide overall property management leadership through the development and interpretation of policies and programs, coordination of information flow and property management strategy ⢠Provide direction and leadership to Property Management staff, promoting reasonable career paths associated with property management professionals ⢠Track budget variances and ensure smooth recovery process ⢠Oversee the billing process including payment of invoices and disbursement of funds ⢠Monitor cash flow and cash requirements in conjunction with Property Manager to ensure efficient use of cash ⢠Oversee preparation of reports, annual budget, and other documents for owner in accordance with the management agreement ⢠Support prompt collection of management fees and reimbursements to overhead ⢠Maintain interface with third-party owners, ensuring total contract compliance, and accurate and timely reporting ⢠Resolve tenant relations issues to ensure their satisfaction ⢠Perform regular property inspections with staff ⢠Oversee construction projects with Construction Manager, including approving construction contract and invoices ⢠Ensure compliance with Property Management Policies and Procedures, codes, regulations, and governmental agency directives KEY COMPETENCIES 1. Communication Proficiency (oral and written) 2. Customer Focus 3. Problem Solving/Analysis 4. Leadership Skills 5. Teamwork Orientation 6. Time Management Skills 7. Financial Acumen IMPORTANT EDUCATION ⢠Bachelorâ™s Degree in Business Administration or related discipline preferred IMPORTANT EXPERIENCE ⢠5+ years of real estate property management or related experience ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY QUALIFICATIONS ⢠CPM, RPA, or CSM designation ⢠Possess real estate license ⢠Strong knowledge of finance and building operations ⢠Proven experience in management, evaluation, development, and motivation of subordinates ⢠Ability to effectively manage a team of professionals, including both employees and vendors ⢠Previous experience in analyzing and negotiating commercial lease and/or contract language ⢠Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite WORK ENVIRONMENT This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Regularly required to travel outside between properties in varying weather conditions. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may need to travel from floor to floor, climb stairs, and may be required to travel outside between buildings in varying outdoor weather conditions. The employee may also be regularly required to remain in a stationary position (sit or stand) for 85% of the time; regularly operate office machinery. AAP/EEO STATEMENT C&W provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law. Further, C&W takes affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed and employees during employment are treated without regard to any of these characteristics. Discrimination of any type will not be tolerated. OTHER DUTIES This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice. Cushman & Wakefield provides equal employment opportunity. Discrimination of any type will not be tolerated. Cushman & Wakefield is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmativeâ‹ Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without  regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position at Cushman & Wakefield, please call the ADA line at 1-888-365-5406 or email. Please refer to the job title and job location when you contact us.

Director, Construction | Princeton University

1 week ago
Princeton, NJ, US, 08544, Director, Construction US-NJ-Princeton Job ID: 2023-16340 Type: Full-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Facilities Management and Physical Plant Overview Reporting directly to and in close collaboration with Executive Director, the Director of Construction is responsible and accountable for the strategic planning, coordination, and overall execution of project delivery for all projects in the portfolio assigned. The Director will oversee a staff (1-6 people) of direct Construction Manager reports, each of whom have varying career expertise and each of whom are assigned to a variety of concurrent projects. Preconstruction: The Director actively engages with OCP (Office of Capital Projects) project team members to establish consistent preconstruction processes, facilitate, and finalize project(s) budgets and schedule(s), the identification and assignment of all necessary enabling work and to ensure that project documents meet all regulatory requirements. Construction: The Director oversees the execution of construction phase activities, including execution of contracts and vendor selections; allocation of staff and resources; ensuring best practices in schedule management, project controls and BIM (Building Information Modeling) technologies; enhancement of safety practices and culture; best in class enforcement and improvement of quality assurance, commissioning, and turn-over protocols. General : The Director shall actively engage with all members of the Office of Capital Projects (OCP) staff, University officials, regulatory agencies and facilities support personnel to identify, and plan mitigate any impacts to other campus operations. In addition, the Director reviews, recommends and advises the Executive Director on the standards, policies and procedures associated with the successful implementation and execution of complex, overlapping construction projects throughout the OCP portfolios. Multiple positions available Princeton University has recently partnered with Helbling Executive Search. For more information about this opportunity, please email Jim Lord jiml@helblingsearch.com or Joe Wargo joew @helblingsearch.com. Electronic submission of credentials is strongly encourage d. Responsibilities ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES: Demonstrates a seasoned, collaborative construction industry mindset in overseeing diverse project teams on multiple concurrent, highly complex projects. Oversees performance of multiple project construction management firms, while maintaining an awareness of subcontractor trade performance, to make sure that all contractual obligations and codes of conduct are being followed. Verifies individual project milestones and specific goals; tracks and objectively evaluates progress toward goals and, when appropriate, working with the construction manager implements appropriate remedial solutions. Tracks, oversees, manages, and controls construction schedules and associated costs to achieve project(s) completion within schedule parameters and allocated monies. Ensures adherence to scope, budget, and schedule for various new construction and renovation projects. Projects may involve complex, multi-phase and multi-year construction, upgrade, and building infrastructure. Secures the timely issuance of contracts, capital expenditure requests, certification of payments, and other key documents. Establishes, updates, and maintains a comprehensive database on all assigned projects and reports to management on progress and cost. Audits projects cost; evaluates project projections and forecasts along with product and service evaluations; and the evaluation of requested extras and progress payment evaluations. Actively participates in preparation of capital budgets and programs; and high-level coordination of projects through completion. Demonstrates technological proficiency in the application of a collective software suite which combines Primavera P6 (Primavera 6) for CPM analysis, Autodesk Build and PMWeb in support of budget, schedule, quality, communications, and risk management. Utilizes KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) and variance analysis techniques to manage project execution and team performance. Coordinates with administrators, faculty, staff, consultants, contractors, organized labor representatives, legal counsel and governmental agencies in the planning, design, and execution of uniquely large/ complex construction programs. Recognizes opportunities for process improvements and offers a record of accomplishment for creating hands-on, resourceful solutions. Champions the University diversity/equity/inclusion goals in every dimension of the role. Liaises with Department of Public Safety (DPS), Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) and local agencies to establish project specific job hazard assessment and articulate interim life safety measures. Distributes accurate information to the correct people on time; recognizes liabilities and potential problems, prepares, and presents timely recommendations to appropriate officials and decision makers and ensures change orders for design and construction services are warranted and properly priced. Maintains awareness of, and champions enhancements to, industry leading practices related to enhanced project delivery: Lean principals, IDP (Integrative Design Process), Risk, last planner, TAKT. Functions as the Departmentâ™s representative on committees and task forces of the University, external regulatory agencies, and other organizations in support of the mission and design and construction process. Makes effective presentations to groups with disparate levels of technical knowledge of design and construction. May serve on various University committees. Identifies elements of project design and construction likely to give rise to disputes and claims. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelorâ™s degree in architecture, engineering, construction management Minimum of 10+ yearsâ™ experience in project management, and experience in supervising project managers Experience in managing major capital (out of the ground) construction projects Experience in managing multiple projects Excellent communication (written and verbal) and organizational skills Requires problem solving, strong leadership, and team-building skills Demonstrated proficiency in Primavera P6 (CPM evaluation), MS Office Suite, Bluebeam Revu (or similar) Working knowledge of: BIM VDC (Virtual Design Coordination) applications: Autodesk Build, BIM360 QA/QC/Cx: Autodesk BIM360Field, PlanGrid (or similar) PM Software: PMWeb, (Procore, E-Builder or similar) PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate level education and/or professional license Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 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Water Resources Engineer | City of Beverly Hills

1 week ago
Beverly Hills, California, The City of Beverly Hills is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Water Resources Engineer . The incumbent of this position will perform professional and technical engineering duties in the planning, design, and operation of water resources. Major Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Perform engineering planning, design, and operations support duties related to water resources activities and projects. Prepare, review, and approve varied engineering project components including planning studies, feasibility analyses, design, survey, supporting calculations, plans, specifications, and cost estimates; Recommend planning, design, and construction scope and methodology for water resources projects related to water mains, water treatment, reservoirs, pump stations, well production, water distribution facilities, sewer and wastewater collection and pumping, storm drains and stormwater capture, groundwater wells facilities, roadway reconstruction, subdivisions, retaining walls, structures, street lighting, fiber optic networks, and other associated appurtenances. Participate in the coordination and monitoring of activities of contractors, consultants, planning and design professionals, project managers, and inspectors; make recommendations and provide technical information and direction. Participate in the development, planning, design, and construction support of Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs) and provide technical water resource planning and engineering direction and recommendations. Review, evaluate, and provide recommendations throughout all phases of feasibility evaluation, design, and construction; Prepare and review the scope of work, plans and technical specifications, Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) for Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs). Evaluate development review plans, calculations, hydraulic analyses, and submittals; ensure adherence to the standard drawings and specifications of City and relevant regulations; certify that infrastructure and systems can support proposed development. Meet and coordinate with developers regarding water, storm water, sewer, and wastewater projects; discuss and calculate related fees, conditions of approvals, connection options, and clarify project requirements. Review and comment on entitlement and ministerial applications related to proposed public utilities; Plan check and approve water, sewer, storm drain, and wastewater utility service plans. Prepare and approve water will serve analysis, fees, and letters; Review water and wastewater planning, design, and construction submittals; Update development guidelines and standards as required. Perform water hydraulic modeling analyses for development approval and CIP planning and design. Provide engineering support on projects relating to sewers, storm drains, water mains, water treatment and distribution facilities, groundwater, and wells.   Minimum Qualifications Experience and Training - Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Experience : Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in water resources engineering including planning, design, and construction management. Experience with contract management or project management in water and/or wastewater utilities (preferably within a municipal government, water utility, or similar environment); including one year of program administration or supervisory responsibility. Experience in managing large and complex capital improvement projects is desirable. Training : Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering, project management, construction management, or a related field. License and Certificate Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California driver’s license. Possession of registration as a State of California Professional Civil Engineer or related field. Possession of State of California water and wastewater certifications are desirable.

Associate Open Space Planner/Capital Projects Manager | Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority

1 week ago
San Jose, California, Associate Open Space Planner/Capital Projects Manager Applications Due: 7/9/2024 at 5:00 PM   The Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority seeks an Associate Open Space Planner to connect people and communities to nature through open space planning and capital project implementation. We are looking for a nimble, enthusiastic, and creative planning professional to manage staff-led and consultant teams on a range of current site planning and capital improvements at Authority owned lands. Our mission is to conserve the natural environment, support agriculture, and connect people to nature by protecting open spaces, natural areas, and working farms and ranches for future generations. Since 1993 the Open Space Authority has protected almost 30,000 acres of natural and working lands across the Santa Clara Valley. Our agency manages and conserves a network of open space lands and natural resources, while providing compatible opportunities for hiking, biking, and equestrian uses, with a focus on increasing equity of access to the outdoors for all our constituents. We know our continued success depends on our employees and the work they do. We are committed to providing a collaborative and inclusive work environment that encourages growth and development; and acknowledges individual and team achievements. The Ideal Candidate You are a detail oriented and experienced capital project manager with passion and enthusiasm for land conservation, your personal drive will be enhanced by a mission and values focused work environment. We are seeking a resourceful individual who will evaluate the constructability of a project during planning and conceptual design phases, and lead the design development and engineering, permitting, CEQA mitigation compliance, bidding, contracting and construction oversight to completion; to analyze and synthesize data to support agencywide planning and policies; and to participate in regional project and policy coordination with other public agencies and partners. You are confident to lead project teams and work collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders, partners, political boards and committees, and colleagues. You are a highly skilled and discerning professional looking for a unique opportunity to contribute to the quality of life in the Santa Clara Valley by engaging in the planning and implementation for new open space preserves, restoration, and enhancements to the Authority’s facilities and infrastructure. You have outstanding written and verbal communication skills; additionally, you have the ability to visually relay information using your critical thinking, creativity, and software, such as PowerPoint, Adobe Creative Suite, AutoCAD, ESRI products, and 3-D visualization programs. You have graduated from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in environmental/conservation planning, civil engineering, construction management, landscape architecture, natural resource management or a related field. You bring a minimum of three to five years’ professional experience, where you have broadened your skills and knowledge in the areas of site planning, design, construction design and construction administration preferably in parks, open space, or related field. You possess demonstrated experience with capital project planning, design, and construction implementation. You also have experience ensuring with CEQA compliance, securing local building and engineering permits, and managing the regulatory agency approvals process. Your outstanding project management skills facilitate completion of high-quality projects that connect people to nature. You are excited by the challenge of current and upcoming planning and capital improvement projects. A sampling of these projects include: Design and construction of accessibility improvements and expanded public use amenities at Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve. Planning, design and construction of new public access amenities at Rancho Cañada del Oro Open Space Preserve an expanded trail network. Participate in the Coyote Valley Conservation Areas Master Plan to restore a vital valley floor landscape promoting wildlife connectivity, supporting a vibrant ecosystem, and connecting people to nature and agriculture.   Please review the complete position classification here: https://bit.ly/3RNG2JN  Qualifications The ideal candidate will possess any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Environmental, Urban or City & Regional Planning, Geography, Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering, Natural Resources Management, or related field; and Three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in project management, land use planning, or construction management, preferably within a parks or open space environment. Strong written, oral and graphic presentation skills. Strong knowledge and familiarity with software programs such as: Microsoft Office 365, ArcGIS Pro, AutoCAD, Sketchup, and Adobe Creative Suite. A Master’s degree in a related field and/or professional licensure is highly desirable. Experience or interest in planning and design for climate resilience and adaptation. Experience or expressed interest in designing and implementing inclusive, innovative, and meaningful processes for public engagement that reach diverse and underrepresented communities. Note : This position is required to take and pass a pre-employment background check.   If you are excited by the opportunities and challenges offered in this position, we encourage you to apply, even if your experience is non-typical or if you are not sure you meet every one of the qualifications described. Compensation & Benefits The salary range for this full-time, non-exempt position is $54.31 to $66.01 hourly, depending on experience and qualifications. To complement this salary, we offer a robust benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees and their dependents – we cover 100% of the cost for these premiums. We participate in CalPERS retirement programs as well as offering a separate 457 Plan for tax deferred retirement savings. A basic life insurance policy is provided to all eligible employees with the option to purchase additional personal insurance benefits. The Authority supports a hybrid workplace and this position may be afforded opportunities for remote work. Application and Selection All application materials must be received prior to July 9, 2024, at 5:00 PM. To be considered for this opportunity, submit your application materials including cover letter and a self-prepared resume at the application link provided below. The Open Space Authority utilizes a robust process that will ask qualified candidates to engage in multiple steps leading up to a final panel interview. We encourage applicants to closely monitor email communication from the Authority’s hiring team. Go here to apply for the job : https://bit.ly/4bVoGCw  Workplace Culture Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority The staff of the Open Space Authority are passionate about conservation and driven to make an impact in the community through their work. Everyone brings a unique skillset to their role and the creative collaboration of all staff maximizes talent to realize the Authority's mission. We have established values and defined supporting behaviors that are shared and demonstrated by every employee at the Authority. Together all of these reflect the culture that makes the Authority the high performing agency that it is. We are Intentional, Respectful, Accountable, Empowering, Innovative, Collaborative, and Inclusive. You can learn more about the staff of the Authority and how everyone works together on our website here. The Open Space Authority envisions the Santa Clara Valley as a region dense with beautiful natural areas, where a vibrant network of interconnected open spaces, trails, wildlife habitats, and thriving agricultural lands enrich our communities. Learn more about the Authority tackles these goals. The Authority values Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Access in our work to preserve the natural environment, support agriculture, and connect people to nature: We have Accessible, Collaborative, and Accountable processes to engage the diverse communities we serve in our programs, projects, careers, and governance opportunities. We have Respect for the land and all people in our community. We are Inclusive and acknowledge current and historic land stewards. We Empower future generations of conservation leaders. We invite everyone to join and connect to nature with us. The Authority is committed to the principles of equal employment. We are earnest in our efforts to comply with all state and federal laws providing Equal Employment Opportunities, and all other employment laws and regulations. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, gender, national or ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation or physical disability. We are committed to creating a safe environment where people are treated with respect and appreciated for their unique differences, where issues are promptly raised and resolved and where communication flows across all levels of the agency

Commercial Property Manager | Confidential

1 week ago
Pasadena, California, Requires knowledge of financial terms and principals of property management including budgeting, forecasting, variance reporting, CAM Reconciliations. Maintains excellent tenant relations by making regular rounds of the property and visiting with tenants to learn of their satisfaction or concerns with the property. Responsible for resolving elevated tenant concerns regarding property tenant services by communicating with tenants on the phone, in writing, or in person, in order to maintain high tenant satisfaction. Participates in daily meetings with architects, construction contractors, and tenants to oversee tenant space build-outs/improvements in order to maintain a high quality of construction and to ensure compliance with construction drawings or building codes as requested by Regional Manager. Participates in walking tours of vacant building space, as requested, to existing and prospective tenants in order to obtain new leases, renewal of existing leases. Assists project management with monitoring the performance of contractors working on the property in order to ensure adherence to work orders and the budgets. Reviews property expense invoices as needed for accuracy and administer final approval in order to facilitate prompt payment by the corporate accounting department Assists in preparing the annual budget for the property by gathering expense information throughout the year and calculating future expenses based on this historical information. Prepares monthly and/or quarterly property financial reports (such as variance and activity reports) for corporate office and the Regional Manager review. Assists in checking tenant billing worksheets in order to verify accuracy of the billing sent from accounting. Assists in investigating tenant delinquencies by contacting the tenant and/or the Accounting Department in order to ensure prompt payment or to learn the status of the delinquencies. Indirectly supervises all building contractors working on the property and directly supervises all personnel in Regional Manager's absence. Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) and ability to provide excellent customer service to tenants. Able to multi-task in different facets of property management, including construction management, leasing and accounting. Must be a self-starter and work independently. Good leadership skills, customer service skills, and ability to interact with many different people of the management team. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Works well with others, has a great teamwork attitude. Work to build relationships with vendors, brokers and business community members. What we are looking for in a candidate Minimum 5 years of property management experience preferably with industrial assets. California Real Estate License required. Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university; or two to four year's related experience    and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Practical knowledge of safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.   Strong knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel is required, Argus and MRI a plus.   Profit Sharing

City Engineer | City of Idaho Falls

1 week ago
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho, General Purpose The City of Idaho Falls is accepting applications for the position of City Engineer.  This position performs technical and professional duties associated with the planning, directing, and controlling division technical work units engaged in engineering service for the planning, designing, construction, and maintenance of various City projects, developments, and new subdivisions.       Essential Functions Manages day to day operations of the engineering division; develops operational strategies; evaluates ongoing methods, practices, and procedures; makes recommendations effecting policy change and implements the same upon approval; acts as technical advisor to City staff and administration as needed.   Serves as technical advisor to the City Mayor, Council, Public Works Director and city-wide division or department heads with respect to all projects requiring engineering insight or oversight in compliance with local or state codes; provides engineering design, review and construction management assistance as required to design, review, bid, and build city funded infrastructure or capital improvement projects; develops and recommends five-year capital improvement plan related to water, sewer, and street infrastructure; assists in preparing annual budget.   Attends a variety of public meetings with local groups or agencies and with State and Federal Agencies; gives presentations for various groups or agencies explaining proposed projects and developments, including cost analysis, alternate designs, expected problems, and environmental impact; evaluates designs to ensure that the project contributes to community needs related to street, water, sewer, and drainage systems.   Reviews City and consultant prepared construction and  subdivision plans and determines the adequacy of said plans in meeting the City's established standards and limits for accuracy, street cross-sections, designs, curvature, water and sewer line sizes, etc.; determines plat conformity to City's overall established street and utility patterns; directs and controls work by other City departments/divisions and developers within public rights-of-way to assure that the work meets City standards, requirements, and sound engineering practices.   Reviews annexation and development agreements to ensure that the terms thereof are consistent with appropriate engineering standards and with the related improvement drawings; reviews and approves site plans for public developments and improvements; verifies city ability to service potential new property with regards to water, sewer, and street requirements.   Attends pre-project planning and coordination meetings; serves on and makes presentations before various Boards, Council, and Commissions; explains project goals, objectives, and impact, gives insights related to traffic impact, safety, etc.; and makes professional recommendations regarding developments and subdivisions.   Evaluates controversies between contractors and construction inspectors; assists in determining appropriate action and makes recommendations to resolve issues.   Gives professional testimony in court representing City's position or provides written depositions when required; addresses civic groups and responds to inquiries regarding Engineering projects and developments.   Performs related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications Education and Experience:   Graduation from an accredited four (4) year college with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering or related field;   AND   Eight (8) years of professional experience associated with municipal engineering or closely related field;    OR   An equivalent combination of education and experience.    Thorough knowledge of project management techniques and practices; thorough knowledge of design engineering, survey, inspection, and signing and striping, as each is essential to a variety of municipal projects; thorough knowledge of engineering standards and requirements as established by various State and Federal Agencies (i.e., Idaho Department of Highways, Federal Highway Administration, Department of Health and Welfare, United States Environmental Protection Agency, and Federal Aviation Agency); thorough knowledge of the "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices" for streets and highways; thorough knowledge of survey practices and equipment operation; thorough knowledge of intricacies involved in inspection of construction work; considerable knowledge of traffic engineering systems and standards; considerable knowledge of budget preparation and control; various software applications, i.e., ArcGIS, ArcReader, etc.   Skill in the art of diplomacy and cooperative problem solving.  Ability to effectively implement and carry out complex engineering goals related to City growth and development; ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of complex engineering situations; ability to cope with pressures arising out of municipal liabilities; ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; ability to develop effective working relationships with Elected Officials, Agency Heads, fellow professionals, the public, and subordinates; ability to exercise diplomacy in dealing with a variety of problems affecting the image of local government.            Special Qualifications:   Must possess a valid Idaho driver’s license; Must be a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Idaho.

Regional Safety Tech - Gulf Management, Inc. | Gulf Management Inc.

1 week ago
Tennessee, ***The Regional Safety Tech will be supporting companies in Jonesboro, AR, Little Rock, AR, Huntingdon, TN, and Piperton, TN. To successfully meet the needs of the role, candidate must be able to travel between locations weekly and additionally on an as-needed basis. Primary schedule is Mon-Fri with occasional nights and weekends in order to meet the needs of all working staff. Occasional call may be required for incidents that take place outside of traditional business hours. *** JOB SUMMARY: Within assigned territory, the Regional Safety Tech functions in an advisory and consultative capacity to location management in order to collaboratively support the safety and well-being of project personnel. The Regional Safety Tech shall support safety programs to help maintain a safe and healthy work environment. The Regional Safety Tech will possess and demonstrate the ability to, in a competent and professional manner, understand, troubleshoot, administer, and provide guidance in the health, safety and environmental standards of the company, OSHA, EPA, DOT, Federal and State regulatory bodies, and individual customer requirements/needs. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: ·        Travels weekly, and additionally as needed/requested, within assigned region to jobsites and facilities in a timely manner ·        Responds quickly to incident calls. Safely and expeditiously travels to locations upon notification of a safety incident/event ·        Ensure compliance with regulations and standards, ·        Assist in the development and implementation of Safety Plans and Procedures ·        Perform inspections and audits of jobsites and facilities, including follow up and documentation of remediation process ·        Investigate incidents and support company management in completing a root cause analysis and appropriate remediation ·        Provide incident reports and investigation results to GMI Claims Department for support in claim management ·        Perform monthly safety meetings at locations within your region ·        Assist in identifying opportunities to streamline HSE implementation resources and work processes.  ·        Participate in and provide data for HSE audit assessments ·        Ensure all employees receive required annual training by tracking, scheduling and/or personally leading/facilitating required classes ·        Ensure companies within assigned region understand what PPE is required for all job tasks ·        Confirm that all assigned companies have access to appropriate and compliant PPE and maintain appropriate on-site inventory ·        Create necessary Toolbox Talks for companies to utilize and oversee compliance of the program ·        Implement observation program for jobsite awareness for all employees ·        Assist in managing dash camera system in all company vehicles ·        Create Job Safety Analysis (JSA) program for front line supervisors to use prior to every job ·        Follows all company policies, procedures, and protocols. ·        Other duties as assigned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: ·        High school diploma or equivalent ·        Relevant college degree or equivalent job experience (3-5 years) ·        Two or more years of experience in construction operations preferred ·        One or more years of roadway construction experience preferred ·        Valid Driver’s License ·        Must be able to successfully complete a pre-employment background check, motor vehicle report, and drug screen ·        Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) eligible ·        Due to insurance purposes, must be 25 years or older to be a company sanctioned driver. ·        Strong computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft 365 ·        The ability to travel weekly to jobsites and facilities within the assigned region ·        Understands that employee vehicles used in the field will be outfitted with appropriate safety lights at the expense of the company   LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS ·        First Aid CPR AED Instructor * ·        Smith Driving Instructor * ·        Traffic Control Technician/Supervisor * ·        ATTSA Flagger Instructor * ·        Lift Truck Instructor * * If candidate does not possess license/certification prior to hire, company will provide within six months of start date

Assistant Director of Capital Projects -(Transportation Project Mgt) - Open Until Filled | City of Fresno

1 week ago
Fresno, California, SALARY: $9,588 – $16,074/month FILING DEADLINE:  Open Until Filled   Position Description The City of Fresno is recruiting an Assistant Director who will oversee the Transportation Project Management Division of the Capital Projects Department. The Assistant Director for Transportation Project Management is responsible for the daily operations of the division and works directly with division managers and their staff, along with engineering and project management staff, client departments and contractors. The Transportation Project Management Division provides project management and consultant oversight for the City’s capital program. Incumbents will exercise considerable judgment and discretion in the administration and direction of the department and its operations.  In addition, the Assistant Director acts as technical advisor to the Director and City Manager and attends meetings of the City Council, boards, commissions, and committees relevant to Capital Projects and related services. The Assistant Director participates in the preparation and administration of the Department’s annual operating and capital budgets and is expected to coordinate activities with other departments within the City of Fresno, as well as division sections and outside agencies. This is an unclassified position in which the incumbent serves at the will of the Department Director.   The Department The Capital Projects Department is responsible for the design and construction of the City’s Capital Projects. Our mission is to develop capital projects that deliver value to our stakeholders by providing innovative solutions that meet their needs. We deliver public infrastructure projects in a timely and cost-effective manner for a variety of City departments and for a wide variety of projects such as parks, public safety facilities, sewer and water facilities, public buildings, roadways, and pedestrian/bicycle projects. We strive to achieve this by leveraging our expertise in project management, engineering, and construction to deliver high-quality projects on time and within budget. Our goal is to build long-term relationships with our clients by providing exceptional service and exceeding their expectations. Our department is organized into five divisions: Capital Administration - The Capital Administration Division provides support for the entire department by providing several key support functions. Design Services – In-house design and project management teams focused on project delivery for transportation, utility, parks, fire and police projects. Transportation Project Management – Project management teams focused on project delivery for transportation projects. Utilities and On-Site Project Management – Project management teams focused on project delivery for utility, parks, fire and police projects. Construction Management – Oversees the construction of City capital projects.   The Division The Transportation Project Management Division is one of five divisions within the Capital Projects Department. The Transportation Project Management Division has 22 full-time positions.  The Division performs Project Management and Consultant Oversight on: Roadway Projects, Grade Separation Projects, Complete Streets Project and Active Transportation & Trail Projects.   Our Organization The City of Fresno is the fifth-largest city in the state of California and is a full-service charter city that operates under a “strong mayor” form of government.  The Mayor is elected at large and does not serve on the Council but has veto power over certain actions taken by the City Council. The City Manager, who is appointed by the Mayor, is responsible for appointing all other department heads in the City. There are seven Council Members. The Council appoints the City Attorney and the City Clerk.   Our Community As the only California city located amongst three National Parks, residents and visitors enjoy Fresno’s proximity to Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia National Parks. With approximately 300 days of sunshine each year, the Mediterranean climate allows for year-round recreational activities, including sailing, snow and water skiing, fishing, backpacking, and golfing. Living in Fresno has the benefit of urban amenities and the unique charm of a suburban atmosphere. Housing prices are typically lower than California’s other major metropolitan areas. There are four large school districts in Fresno, including Fresno Unified, Central Unified, Sanger Unified, Clovis Unified, and a variety of private educational institutions. The city is also home to colleges and universities, most notably California State University, Fresno as well as Fresno City College and Fresno Pacific University. Residents enjoy various social, cultural, and athletic activities in an affordable community environment.   Minimum Requirements Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Regional Planning, Engineering, Project Management, Architecture, Construction Management, or degree field(s) as deemed acceptable by the Director of Personnel Services and the appointing authority. AND Five (5) years of directly related management experience as deemed acceptable by the Director of Personnel Services and the appointing authority. OR Nine (9) years of directly related experience including five (5) years at a management level. Directly related experience could include 9 years of experience in engineering, construction, or project management. Various functions such as project management, construction management, contract management, design, and other related duties would be applicable. Possession, at time of appointment and continued maintenance, of a valid California Driver License is required. Valid registration as a Professional Engineer by the State of California or equivalent at time of application is desired.   The Ideal Candidate Fresno is seeking an experienced, engaged and strong leader who will assist in the implementation of the long-range vision for the Capital Projects Department. Entrepreneurial-minded individuals with a capacity for independent, innovative solution-oriented thinking would do well in this position, as would someone with demonstrated knowledge and experience in leading capital projects with a thorough understanding of grant funding requirements and reporting. The ideal candidate will have a record of straightforward and open communication and the ability to lead diverse, result oriented project management teams. The ideal candidate will have a strong background and knowledge of the transportation engineering industry and common industry standards; ideally with a Professional Civil Engineer license. A combination of technical field experience and design/project management experience is ideal. The Assistant Director of Transportation Project Management will have the skills and experience to lead the Division of project managers and Professional Engineers; the incumbent also needs to have a strong moral compass and integrity. The Assistant Director will often be engaged in negotiations with consultants and third-party stakeholders. It is important for the Assistant Director to be trustworthy and capable of representing the department Director and serving as designee with contract documents. The ideal candidate will also have strong communication skills and take a proactive approach to resolving issues and communicating with the department Director, Council offices, City Manager’s Office, client departments, and/or the community. Lastly, the ideal candidate will help establish a culture within the department of always trying to improve in process and efficiency and who embodies a public servant leadership style is critical. An appreciation of diversity and the strength it brings to the workplace is essential.   Compensation and Benefits (Unit 2 Classification) The City of Fresno offers an attractive and competitive salary and benefits package. The salary for the Assistant Director is $115,056 up to $192,888. The employee benefits package, as noted below, is subject to change and includes: Retirement: Fresno City Retirement System; reciprocity with other public California systems. The City's pension funds are among the best-funded public systems in California and the nation. The City does not participate in Social Security. DROP (Deferred Retirement Option Program): an optional, voluntary program that allows an employee to deposit retirement benefits in a special savings account within the Retirement System while continuing to work for the City of Fresno for up to 10 years.  Participation minimum is age 50 and vested.  Benefits includes ownership of accumulated funds, compound interest earnings, and alternative distribution options. Health Insurance: The City contributes toward monthly premiums for PPO medical, dental and vision for employee and dependents. Flexible Spending Account Program: IRS 125 Plan for health and dependent care expenses. Auto Allowance:   May be granted by the City Manager consistent with Administrative Order 2-2. Deferred Compensation: Voluntary 457 plan with Fidelity Investments to increase your retirement savings. City contributes up to $75 per month. Management Leave: 80 hours (pro-rated) per fiscal year with an annual cash out provision. Supplemental Management Leave: Up to 32 hours at the discretion of the City Manager.  This leave may be placed in a retiree Health Reimbursement Arrangement account. Annual Leave: Accrue 15.5 hours of annual leave per month with a limited cash out provision. Supplemental Sick: 40 hours per fiscal year. 80 hours lifetime maximum. Holidays: Ten (10) City-observed holidays annually, plus birthday and two (2) personal days per year. Life Insurance: Equal to annual salary; premium paid by City. Long-Term Disability: City pays premium for 66.66% of monthly salary up to $7,500 per month after 30 days. Additional information regarding the City of Fresno is available at www.fresno.gov .   How to Apply If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please submit a letter of interest, resume, and five references and verification of education to: Leshea Tarver, Sr HR/Risk Analyst Email: leshea.tarver@fresno.gov You may also apply on-line at: www.fresno.gov/jobs This recruitment is Open Until Filled.   The Selection Process We will select a group of candidates to participate in the interview process depending on their qualifications.   Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Fresno is an equal opportunity employer.

Manager - Engineering Services | Cushman Wakefield Multifamily

1 week 1 day ago
Nationwide, Job Title Manager - Engineering Services Job Description Summary We are looking to hire for Manager - Engineering Services role. Manager - MEP services for a hotel project to manage and deliver from design coordination, procurement support to construction management with Handing over. Job Description Leadership role in all MEP related coordination and execution. Coordination across all disciplines of service design. Responsible for incorporation of all elements of MEP design in the overall co-ordinated design Provides strategic inputs to the Planning, Contracts and Design Teams on all MEP related matters Responsible for Execution of services work as per the drawings and specifications in line with the schedule, meeting the established quality standards. Assist contract manager for all matters related to specifications and conditions of every MEP package; provide value addition in the selection of vendors & local material supply vendors in line with the agreed procurement process with the Client Work in coordination with the planning manager for scheduling and tracking all items related to MEP works. Work closely with the project manager for identification and management of risks. Responsible for installation and commissioning of all service equipment. Manage handovers, ensuring that all works are complete as per the agreed terms; ensure receipt of all relevant documents like manuals and test certificates, as built drawings, warranties etc. Manages inspections of Statutory Authorities such as Fire Department, CEIG, Pollution Control Board, etc. Key Skills: A bachelorâ™s degree with a major in Civil or other related technical area is preferred A minimum of 5+ years of prior work experience Why join Cushman & Wakefield?  As one of the leading global real estate services firms transforming the way people work, shop and live working at Cushman & Wakefield means you will benefit from; Being part of a growing global company. Career development and a promote from within culture. An organisation committed to Diversity and Inclusion We're committed to providing work-life balance for our people in an inclusive, rewarding environment. We achieve this by providing a flexible and agile work environment by focusing on technology and autonomy to help our people achieve their career ambitions. We focus on career progression and foster a promotion from within culture, leveraging global opportunities to ensure we retain our top talent. We encourage continuous learning and development opportunities to develop personal, professional and technical capabilities, and we reward with a comprehensive employee benefits program. We have a vision of the future, where people simply belong. That's why we support and celebrate inclusive causes, not just on days of recognition throughout the year, but every day. We embrace diversity across race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or persons with disabilities or protected veteran status. We ensure DEI is part of our DNA as a global community - it means we go way beyond than just talking about it - we live it. If you want to live it too, join us.

Associate | Technical Due Diligence | Real Estate Valuations | Cushman Wakefield Multifamily

1 week 1 day ago
Nationwide, Job Title Associate | Technical Due Diligence | Real Estate Valuations Job Description Summary Job Description JOB PROFILE Job Title:  Associate / Assistant Manager â“ Technical Due Diligence (Valuations) Job Grade:   Location:  Mumbai Qualifications Bachelorâ™s in civil engineering / Architecture and/or MBA in Construction management / Real Estate OR Bachelor in Civil Engineering and/or MBA Finance Minimum 2 â“ 3 yearsâ™ experience in  project management profile / Bill certification Competencies Good Communication Skills Problem Solving ability MS Office expertise Proficient in MSP / Primavera Preferred from Consulting Firm, IPCs, Real Estate Advisory Firms / Real Estate Developers ·Strong interpersonal and organizational skills ·Strong project management skills ·Requires expert knowledge of financial terms and principles ·Team player and people skills Experience in Indian Real Estate sector Requires to be deployed at site for full time Requires expert level analytical and quantitative skills ·Ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret the complex business documents ·Ability to respond effectively to sensitive issues Job Summary Investment Risk Monitoring - Continuous project monitoring & bill certification Basic knowledge on development regulations and various approvals required for residential, Commercial and township projects. Creating detailed project cost estimates eg. construction activities Civil, MEP, finishing, supporting infrastructure, external development, consultant fees and other costs allied to construction activities. Carry out physical site inspections to source primary information, monitor project progress and summarize the findings and examinations Review of bill certification for works executed at site Review safety and quality management practices at site and report non compliances Conduct review meetings at site to analyse the issues faced and resolution of the same Review contracts and procurement status at site Prepare and track construction timeline /schedules of projects under review or monitoring Review sales MIS and monitor demands raised & collections made Review of ESCROW accounts, including bank statement and ledgers Understand sales and collection process on project site and analyse sales projections and collection against demands sent to customers The candidate shall largely be involved in execution of assignments, coordination with other consultants (if any), account management during duration of the assignment, ensuring the deliverable quality and process management. The candidate shall be deployed FULL TIME on client construction site for monitoring of construction and sales Cushman & Wakefield is committed to equity in employment and our goal is to have a diverse, inclusive, and barrier-free workplace. If you are a person with a disability and need the job posting in an alternative format or any other accessible accommodations during the hiring process, please email your request to. Please refer to the job title and job location when you contact us.

Associate | Technical Due Diligence | Real Estate Valuations | Cushman Wakefield Multifamily

1 week 1 day ago
Nationwide, Job Title Associate | Technical Due Diligence | Real Estate Valuations Job Description Summary Job Description JOB PROFILE Job Title:  Associate / Assistant Manager â“ Technical Due Diligence (Valuations) Job Grade:   Location:  Mumbai Qualifications Bachelorâ™s in civil engineering / Architecture and/or MBA in Construction management / Real Estate OR Bachelor in Civil Engineering and/or MBA Finance Minimum 2 â“ 3 yearsâ™ experience in  project management profile / Bill certification Competencies Good Communication Skills Problem Solving ability MS Office expertise Proficient in MSP / Primavera Preferred from Consulting Firm, IPCs, Real Estate Advisory Firms / Real Estate Developers ·Strong interpersonal and organizational skills ·Strong project management skills ·Requires expert knowledge of financial terms and principles ·Team player and people skills Experience in Indian Real Estate sector Requires to be deployed at site for full time Requires expert level analytical and quantitative skills ·Ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret the complex business documents ·Ability to respond effectively to sensitive issues Job Summary Investment Risk Monitoring - Continuous project monitoring & bill certification Basic knowledge on development regulations and various approvals required for residential, Commercial and township projects. Creating detailed project cost estimates eg. construction activities Civil, MEP, finishing, supporting infrastructure, external development, consultant fees and other costs allied to construction activities. Carry out physical site inspections to source primary information, monitor project progress and summarize the findings and examinations Review of bill certification for works executed at site Review safety and quality management practices at site and report non compliances Conduct review meetings at site to analyse the issues faced and resolution of the same Review contracts and procurement status at site Prepare and track construction timeline /schedules of projects under review or monitoring Review sales MIS and monitor demands raised & collections made Review of ESCROW accounts, including bank statement and ledgers Understand sales and collection process on project site and analyse sales projections and collection against demands sent to customers The candidate shall largely be involved in execution of assignments, coordination with other consultants (if any), account management during duration of the assignment, ensuring the deliverable quality and process management. The candidate shall be deployed FULL TIME on client construction site for monitoring of construction and sales Cushman & Wakefield is committed to equity in employment and our goal is to have a diverse, inclusive, and barrier-free workplace. If you are a person with a disability and need the job posting in an alternative format or any other accessible accommodations during the hiring process, please email your request to. Please refer to the job title and job location when you contact us.

Mechanical Inspector | University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

1 week 1 day ago
Ann Arbor, Michigan, A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position. Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) promotes health, safety, and environmental compliance within the U-M campus community. Under general supervision, the Mechanical Inspector performs mechanical and plumbing code inspections and plan reviews to ensure enforcement of local codes and to maintain compliance with other related ordinances, as well as audit management records for compliance to department policies and procedures. ***This is a 3-year, benefits eligible term position*** Perform detailed inspections of mechanical and plumbing installations for commercial and industrial construction projects across all UM campuses. Possess thorough knowledge of plumbing and mechanical codes and regulations, including proper materials, sizing, and installation methods. Firm knowledge of Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and ICC A117.1 standards for Accessible Design, especially sections related to plumbing fixtures and facilities. Review and interpret plans and project specifications for compliance with the Michigan Mechanical Code (MMC), Michigan Plumbing Code (MPC), NFPA 13, and UM Masterspec standards. Maintain accurate records of inspections; generate and issue daily reports for all inspections. Work with general contractors and sub-contractors to ensure mechanical work is performed according to code. Perform final inspection and approval of all mechanical, plumbing & fire protection systems. Resolve code interpretation issues with contractors and engineers. Work closely with the building inspector to facilitate the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy. Participate in the adoption of mechanical and plumbing code revision and safety regulations. Stay up-to-date on the latest products, technology, and code changes. Other duties may be assigned as needed. Licensed mechanical or plumbing inspector per Michigan Public Act 407, or must obtain a State of Michigan license as an inspector within the first three months of employment. Must possess a Journeyman plumbing license. Seven (7) years or more of work-related experience in commercial and industrial fields. Physical capabilities to navigate construction sites, including performing inspections at various heights and confined spaces. Proficiency in computer applications for inspection reporting and record-keeping. Must possess a valid driver's license.   Master Plumbing license. Medical gas system inspector/ ASSE 6020 certification or ability to acquire certification. Ten (10) years or more of work-related experience installing mechanical and plumbing systems in the commercial and industrial fields. Previous experience as a Michigan Public Act 407 mechanical and plumbing inspector. U-M Facilities and Operations (F&O) seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the diverse people of Michigan, to sustain the excellence of the University, and to offer our faculty, staff and students richly varied disciplines, perspectives, and ways of knowing and learning. F&O is a positive organization dedicated to the principles of being respectful, collaborative, solutions-based, and proactive. The University of Michigan conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background checks.  Background checks are performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days.  The review and selection process may begin as early as the eighth day after posting. This opening may be removed from posting boards and filled anytime after the minimum posting period has ended. The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  

Plans Examiner | City of Wenatchee

1 week 1 day ago
Wenatchee, Excellent Benefits The City provides a comprehensive benefit package that is largely employer paid including Medical/Dental/Vision, FSA/HSA, WA State PERS, Life/AD&D and generous paid Vacation, Holiday and Sick Leave Programs. The City also offers optional 457 and Roth (up to 2% City match), LTD and Supplemental Life plan participation. Essential Job Functions Performs complex and thorough commercial and residential pre-construction plan review for compliance with codes and ordinances. Represents the building/fire division in pre-application meetings. Performs inspection of residential and commercial buildings. Explains, interprets and provides guidance regarding applicable codes to architects, engineers, contractors, developers, owners and the public. Advises on areas of non-compliance and actively assists in resolving issues. Works collaboratively with code compliance officers, building and fire inspectors, permitting staff, planners, engineers and other City staff so that all aspects of a project can be well coordinated. Consults effectively with staff on processes, projects, interpretations and inquiries. Maintains complete and accurate records of approved plans and correspondence for each project. Provides guidance to customers for the permit application process. Tracks documents submitted for review.  Monitors application progress.  Assists in calculating review fees. Updates and maintains handouts, brochures and technical data sheets to provide accurate and up to date information on regulations. Assists and advises departmental and interdepartmental staff on technically difficult and complex aspects of building code and fire code compliance. Provides research and input on codes and amendments. Qualification Requirements Bachelor Degree in construction management, architecture, engineering or closely related field. Three years of experience in building and/or fire code inspection and plan review. Must possess ICC Building Plans Examiner (B3) certification and maintain through employment. Must obtain ICC Residential Inspector (B1) certification within one year of hire and ICC Fire/Plans Examiner (F3) certification within two years of hire and maintain both through employment. Lawful and active driver license. Must obtain WA State license within six months of hire. Bilingual, English and Spanish, language abilities preferred. City of Wenatchee Government The City of Wenatchee is a full-service City employing 190 employees. In addition to Community Development, other departments include Public Works, Police, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, Finance, Human Resources and Information Technology. The City operates under a Strong Mayor form of government with seven council members. Active boards and commissions advise the City Council with governance. The Community The City of Wenatchee is home to 35,405 people with 116,178 living in the greater Wenatchee area. Located in a beautiful valley at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers and on the east slopes of the Cascade Mountain Range, the city enjoys abundant sunshine with four distinct seasons. The average rainfall is a mere 10 inches per year making the region a focal point of Washington State for outdoor recreation. Wenatchee is the largest city in rural North Central Washington and thus provides a small-town atmosphere with big city amenities striking a great balance between rural and urban qualities of life. Why Wenatchee is Such an Attractive Place to Live and Work The City is surrounded by the Cascade foothills. These foothills have been largely preserved as open space with trail systems for public use. The City also has a wonderful historic downtown area adjoining a world class waterfront park and trail system. Renowned resort towns of Leavenworth and Lake Chelan are a scenic 30-minute drive away. Wenatchee serves as a medical, retail, technology, governmental and professional service hub for the largely agricultural area of North Central Washington. Combining these core regional services with a strong fruit and wine agricultural industry yields a relatively stable economy. Many people have moved to our valley to take advantage of the outdoor recreation mecca and beautiful natural environment that makes the City an amazing place to live. People moving to Wenatchee find that the citizens are very community minded with many active service organizations. Additionally, public parks, quality arts programs and cultural experience opportunities are more plentiful than comparably sized cities. Suburban sprawl is nearly non-existent and thus commute times rarely exceed 15 minutes. For those desiring occasional amenities of major metropolitan areas, Seattle is a short scenic 3-hour drive or 30-minute flight away making Wenatchee very attractive to many people and families relocating from the Puget Sound area. A Comprehensive View of our Region Find out more about the City at https://www.wenatcheewa.gov/ . Tourism highlights of the region can be viewed at http://www.visitwenatchee.org , http://www.visitchelancounty.com and http://www.wenatchee.org . Must See: “We Are Wenatchee Part I” https://vimeo.com/88411706 “We Are Wenatchee Part II” https://vimeo.com/121429638 “We Are Wenatchee Part III” https://vimeo.com/208608170 Our historic downtown is a nationally recognized Main Street with an active downtown association http://www.wenatcheedowntown.org . How to Apply Please visit the City of Wenatchee website to view the full job description and complete an online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/wenatcheewa . Open Until Filled

Civil Engineer | East Bay Regional Park District

1 week 1 day ago
Oakland, California, Civil Engineer East Bay Regional Park District Salary: $136,519.50 - $154,459.50 Annually Job Type: Full-time (37.5 hrs) Job Number: 24-2E-08 Location: Oakland, CA Department: RESTORATION PROJECTS UNIT Closing: 7/10/2024 5:00 PM Pacific The Position ABOUT US: The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful parklands in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to the east of San Francisco. The system comprises 73 parks spanning across 126,809 acres; 1,250 miles of trails; 55 miles of shoreline. We manage and preserve natural and cultural resources for all to enjoy and protect. The regional parks are ideal for healthful recreation and environmental education. Learn about our Mission and Vision, History, and our contributions to the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. OUR MISSION : EBRPD preserves a rich heritage of natural and cultural resources and provides open space, parks, trails, safe and healthful recreation and environmental education. An environmental ethic guides the District in all of its activities. OUR VALUES: Respect - We honor the land we steward, each other, and the park visitors we serve. Resilience - We creatively adapt to change. We address challenges with empathy, perspective, and determination. Relationships - Our greatest strength lies in the trust, accountability, and teamwork we cultivate with our colleagues, partners, and the public we serve. Responsiveness - We communicate openly, honestly, and reliably. Transparency - We hold the public's trust through meaningful stakeholder engagement and access to timely and reliable information on decisions and performance. WHY WORK FOR EBRPD? Working with a purpose for a better world today and for future generations through the preservation of open space, public access to the outdoors, and a commitment to the conservation of the natural world found east of the San Francisco Bay across 33 cities in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. A community of colleagues who are passionate about public service and the East Bay Regional Park District, the communities it serves, and its mission. Excellent benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending, and pension benefits through California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS). Click here (Download PDF reader) for details regarding additional benefits. Tuition reimbursement and professional development. Free on-site parking. Free parking permit for EBRPD parks (for up to 2 privately owned vehicles) Employee discounts for certain EBRPD park amenities (reservations, daily fishing permit, public boat launch). THE OPPORTUNITY: The Park District is currently recruiting for an experienced Civil Engineer in the Restoration Projects Unit, located at the Park District's Administrative Office, 2950 Peralta Oaks Ct., Oakland. The hiring pools established from this recruitment will be used to fill the current and additional vacancies that may occur during the one-year life of the hiring pools. WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING: Under direction, performs professional engineering design for civil engineering, capital, and major maintenance construction projects; designs and prepares contract drawings, engineering specifications and cost estimates; develops, negotiates, and administers consultant service and construction contracts; and performs related duties as assigned. This position reports to the Chief, Manager, or designee. May provide lead direction to technical, professional, or support staff and/or volunteers. IDEAL CANDIDATE: A professional Civil Engineer and experienced project manager; Skilled in leading project teams, keeping projects on track and within budget; Technically adept in the use of civil engineering software and CAD programs; and Capable of forging and utilizing collaborative relationships to accomplish work goals. Previous experience working in a public agency is a plus. Essential Functions The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. Serves as Project Manager and Engineer of Record for professional engineering work identifies project scopes, designs, prepares contract drawings, engineering specifications and cost estimates for a variety of capital and maintenance projects; Acts as resident engineer on construction projects; Prepares requests for proposals and administers construction and consultant service contracts; Researches, advises, and coordinates with contractors, construction managers, outside engineering consultants, and Park District staff to resolve complex engineering problems; Obtains, reviews and directs the collection of field data (surveys, geotechnical investigations, water quality analysis); Performs complex engineering design calculations for grading earthwork, utilities, pavement, hydrology, hydraulics, and structures; Oversees and manages project timelines and budgets; Performs construction feasibility analysis; Coordinates work of consultants, engineers, developers, contractors, and other departments with outside agencies; Makes field inspections of construction in progress; Prepares project documents, correspondence, presentations, budget analyses and participates in grant application preparation and administration; Prepares, acquires, and administers regulatory and required permits and agreements with other agencies; and Performs related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering, or a related field, and Experience: Five years of civil engineering experience, including two years at a project management level. Substitution: A Master's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a related field may be substituted for one year of the required experience. License or Certificate: Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer with the State of California. Possession of a Qualified Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Developer (QSD) certificate must be obtained prior to completion of probation. Additional Information The following generally describes the knowledge and ability required to enter the job and/or be learned within a short period of time in order to successfully perform the assigned duties . Knowledge of: Civil engineering principles, materials, and techniques of engineering and construction; Engineering economics and calculations, including pavement design, hydrology, earthwork, hydraulics, structures, sewage treatment and disposal, water supply treatment and distribution; Public contracting code requirements for bidding and contract administration Current building and design codes; Cost estimating; and Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases. Ability to: Use civil engineering software and computer aided (CAD) drafting; Effectively analyze, identify, and recommend engineering alternatives; Effectively manage projects and lead others in the performance of complex professional and technical activities; Administer consultant and construction contracts; Effectively manage delivery of public work improvement projects in highly regulated, ecologically sensitive settings Operate office equipment including computers and supporting word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications; Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; and Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work at all levels, including a culturally diverse general public, with a focus on quality service to internal staff and external customers. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Must pass a Level 1 Background Check, which includes employment history verification, employee reference check, education or certificate verification, and criminal history review. Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's License is a condition of initial and continued employment in this classification. May be required to attend public hearings and other meetings which may be scheduled outside of normal work hours. UNION AFFILIATION: AFSCME: East Bay Regional Parks Employees, Local 2428, American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME), AFL-CIO, represents this classification. Wages, hours, and other terms of conditions of employment are covered in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Park District and Local 2428. The probationary period for this classification is nine (9) months. Internal Promotions: Placement shall be made at the first step in the salary range for the new position (Step A) unless the salary rate at Step A of the new position is less than a 5% increase. In such instances, the employee will be placed at a step in the new salary range that ensures at least a 5% increase. Application materials for these positions consist of two (2) required parts: A current East Bay Regional Park District application submitted online, and Completed supplemental questions Apply prior to the closing time of the job announcement and allow at least one (1) hour to submit your application if you are a new user to the system. If you have previously applied to a position on GovernmentJobs.com, please allow time to update your existing profile. Applications are accepted online only. Our online application system is provided by NeoGov. If you encounter problems while applying online, please contact NeoGov Help Desk toll-free at (855) 524-5627. Notification: All applicants will be notified of the status of their application via email, generally within two to three weeks after the closing date. You may also sign into your GovernmentJobs.com account to view your current application status and notifications. Selection Process: The application materials for all applicants meeting the minimum qualifications will be reviewed by a screening panel to select the best qualified for testing or oral examination/interview. The District reserves the right to set up a written test, performance test, and/or other assessment procedures before or after the interview process. Possession of minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview or invitation to test. Pursuant to the Federal Immigration and Reform Act of 1986, all applicants who are hired will be required to provide proof of identity and appropriate work authorization documents prior to commencement of employment. Special Testing Arrangements: If you require special arrangements due to a verified disability or medical condition, please contact the Human Resources Department at (510) 544-2154 at least five business days before the test. Tentative Date of Onsite Examinations: Equal Opportunity Employer: The East Bay Regional Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values and respects a diverse workforce and community. It is committed to promoting an equitable and inclusive workspace that is welcoming to all. Applicants from all backgrounds and life experiences are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. To apply, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ebparks/jobs/4527284/civil-engineer Copyright ©2024 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. Posted by the FREE value-added recruitment advertising agency jeid-4a0d9cf8106d704abf2a0d3d720b66aa

Senior Project Manager | Wayne County Airport Authority

1 week 1 day ago
Detroit Metropolitan Airport, The Senior Project Manager manages the staff, projects and tasks of the Planning, Design and Construction department (PD&C) to ensure that that goals and objectives of all projects are met. PD&C's Airfield, Landside, and Facilities divisions are responsible for the Airport's $1.5 billion Five Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) from the planning phase through construction. Senior Project Manager responsibilities include monitoring performance of technical and support staff, assisting in the planning and management of the facilities and properties programs at Detroit Metro and Willow Run Airports and performing detailed project management duties related to assigned projects. Bachelor's Degree in Architecture, Engineering, or Construction Management; And 8 or more years of increasingly responsible professional experience in the management of architectural/engineering consultants and construction contractors. Time management and clear and concise communication skills are required to manage team and meet schedules. Proficient with Computer Aided Design (CAD) systems/software Proficient with Project management software Valid Driver's License and a safe, acceptable driving record. ST of MI Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) - preferred

Civil Engineer | East Bay Regional Park District

1 week 1 day ago
Oakland, California, Civil Engineer East Bay Regional Park District Salary: $136,519.50 - $154,459.50 Annually Job Type: Full-time (37.5 hrs) Job Number: 24-2E-08 Location: Oakland, CA Department: RESTORATION PROJECTS UNIT Closing: 7/10/2024 5:00 PM Pacific The Position ABOUT US: The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful parklands in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to the east of San Francisco. The system comprises 73 parks spanning across 126,809 acres; 1,250 miles of trails; 55 miles of shoreline. We manage and preserve natural and cultural resources for all to enjoy and protect. The regional parks are ideal for healthful recreation and environmental education. Learn about our Mission and Vision, History, and our contributions to the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. OUR MISSION : EBRPD preserves a rich heritage of natural and cultural resources and provides open space, parks, trails, safe and healthful recreation and environmental education. An environmental ethic guides the District in all of its activities. OUR VALUES: Respect - We honor the land we steward, each other, and the park visitors we serve. Resilience - We creatively adapt to change. We address challenges with empathy, perspective, and determination. Relationships - Our greatest strength lies in the trust, accountability, and teamwork we cultivate with our colleagues, partners, and the public we serve. Responsiveness - We communicate openly, honestly, and reliably. Transparency - We hold the public's trust through meaningful stakeholder engagement and access to timely and reliable information on decisions and performance. WHY WORK FOR EBRPD? Working with a purpose for a better world today and for future generations through the preservation of open space, public access to the outdoors, and a commitment to the conservation of the natural world found east of the San Francisco Bay across 33 cities in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. A community of colleagues who are passionate about public service and the East Bay Regional Park District, the communities it serves, and its mission. Excellent benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending, and pension benefits through California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS). Click here (Download PDF reader) for details regarding additional benefits. Tuition reimbursement and professional development. Free on-site parking. Free parking permit for EBRPD parks (for up to 2 privately owned vehicles) Employee discounts for certain EBRPD park amenities (reservations, daily fishing permit, public boat launch). THE OPPORTUNITY: The Park District is currently recruiting for an experienced Civil Engineer in the Restoration Projects Unit, located at the Park District's Administrative Office, 2950 Peralta Oaks Ct., Oakland. The hiring pools established from this recruitment will be used to fill the current and additional vacancies that may occur during the one-year life of the hiring pools. WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING: Under direction, performs professional engineering design for civil engineering, capital, and major maintenance construction projects; designs and prepares contract drawings, engineering specifications and cost estimates; develops, negotiates, and administers consultant service and construction contracts; and performs related duties as assigned. This position reports to the Chief, Manager, or designee. May provide lead direction to technical, professional, or support staff and/or volunteers. IDEAL CANDIDATE: A professional Civil Engineer and experienced project manager; Skilled in leading project teams, keeping projects on track and within budget; Technically adept in the use of civil engineering software and CAD programs; and Capable of forging and utilizing collaborative relationships to accomplish work goals. Previous experience working in a public agency is a plus. Essential Functions The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. Serves as Project Manager and Engineer of Record for professional engineering work identifies project scopes, designs, prepares contract drawings, engineering specifications and cost estimates for a variety of capital and maintenance projects; Acts as resident engineer on construction projects; Prepares requests for proposals and administers construction and consultant service contracts; Researches, advises, and coordinates with contractors, construction managers, outside engineering consultants, and Park District staff to resolve complex engineering problems; Obtains, reviews and directs the collection of field data (surveys, geotechnical investigations, water quality analysis); Performs complex engineering design calculations for grading earthwork, utilities, pavement, hydrology, hydraulics, and structures; Oversees and manages project timelines and budgets; Performs construction feasibility analysis; Coordinates work of consultants, engineers, developers, contractors, and other departments with outside agencies; Makes field inspections of construction in progress; Prepares project documents, correspondence, presentations, budget analyses and participates in grant application preparation and administration; Prepares, acquires, and administers regulatory and required permits and agreements with other agencies; and Performs related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering, or a related field, and Experience: Five years of civil engineering experience, including two years at a project management level. Substitution: A Master's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a related field may be substituted for one year of the required experience. License or Certificate: Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer with the State of California. Possession of a Qualified Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Developer (QSD) certificate must be obtained prior to completion of probation. Additional Information The following generally describes the knowledge and ability required to enter the job and/or be learned within a short period of time in order to successfully perform the assigned duties . Knowledge of: Civil engineering principles, materials, and techniques of engineering and construction; Engineering economics and calculations, including pavement design, hydrology, earthwork, hydraulics, structures, sewage treatment and disposal, water supply treatment and distribution; Public contracting code requirements for bidding and contract administration Current building and design codes; Cost estimating; and Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases. Ability to: Use civil engineering software and computer aided (CAD) drafting; Effectively analyze, identify, and recommend engineering alternatives; Effectively manage projects and lead others in the performance of complex professional and technical activities; Administer consultant and construction contracts; Effectively manage delivery of public work improvement projects in highly regulated, ecologically sensitive settings Operate office equipment including computers and supporting word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications; Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; and Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work at all levels, including a culturally diverse general public, with a focus on quality service to internal staff and external customers. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Must pass a Level 1 Background Check, which includes employment history verification, employee reference check, education or certificate verification, and criminal history review. Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's License is a condition of initial and continued employment in this classification. May be required to attend public hearings and other meetings which may be scheduled outside of normal work hours. UNION AFFILIATION: AFSCME: East Bay Regional Parks Employees, Local 2428, American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME), AFL-CIO, represents this classification. Wages, hours, and other terms of conditions of employment are covered in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Park District and Local 2428. The probationary period for this classification is nine (9) months. Internal Promotions: Placement shall be made at the first step in the salary range for the new position (Step A) unless the salary rate at Step A of the new position is less than a 5% increase. In such instances, the employee will be placed at a step in the new salary range that ensures at least a 5% increase. Application materials for these positions consist of two (2) required parts: A current East Bay Regional Park District application submitted online, and Completed supplemental questions Apply prior to the closing time of the job announcement and allow at least one (1) hour to submit your application if you are a new user to the system. If you have previously applied to a position on GovernmentJobs.com, please allow time to update your existing profile. Applications are accepted online only. Our online application system is provided by NeoGov. If you encounter problems while applying online, please contact NeoGov Help Desk toll-free at (855) 524-5627. Notification: All applicants will be notified of the status of their application via email, generally within two to three weeks after the closing date. You may also sign into your GovernmentJobs.com account to view your current application status and notifications. Selection Process: The application materials for all applicants meeting the minimum qualifications will be reviewed by a screening panel to select the best qualified for testing or oral examination/interview. The District reserves the right to set up a written test, performance test, and/or other assessment procedures before or after the interview process. Possession of minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview or invitation to test. Pursuant to the Federal Immigration and Reform Act of 1986, all applicants who are hired will be required to provide proof of identity and appropriate work authorization documents prior to commencement of employment. Special Testing Arrangements: If you require special arrangements due to a verified disability or medical condition, please contact the Human Resources Department at (510) 544-2154 at least five business days before the test. Tentative Date of Onsite Examinations: Equal Opportunity Employer: The East Bay Regional Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values and respects a diverse workforce and community. It is committed to promoting an equitable and inclusive workspace that is welcoming to all. Applicants from all backgrounds and life experiences are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. To apply, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ebparks/jobs/4527284/civil-engineer Copyright ©2024 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. Posted by the FREE value-added recruitment advertising agency jeid-9f35155df19aed42ba58897071354a59
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