5504 - Project Manager II
|Specialty||Capital Programs & Construction|
|Department||Municipal Transportation Agency|
|Date Opened||4/3/2017 08:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||8/9/2017 5:00:00 PM|
|Salary||$76.16 - $76.16/hour; $13,202.00 - $13,202.00/month; $158,418.00 - $158,418.00/year|
|Job Type||Permanent Exempt|
We’re looking for someone who is:
- Experienced managing projects up to $75M from the planning phase through construction.
- A motivated and effective leader who can lead a project team through obstacles and challenges to successfully deliver the projects. You should be a team builder who can form a strong and collaborative team with mutual respect.
- A detail oriented expert at navigating scheduling and budgeting constraints and determining what elements should be included in the project scope.
- An excellent communicator with strong organizational skills! You will need to ensure effective communication and coordination between engineering, construction teams, contract administration, the City Attorney, District Supervisors, the SFMTA Board, and the executive team to facilitate and reach common goal and agreements.
- A well rounded professional with an understanding of engineering and/or project management principles, contract law, budgeting, negotiations, planning, supervising others, and experience making public presentations.
What you will be responsible for:
- Coordinating and leading project teams to deliver outstanding capital projects to meet client expectations on project scope, schedule and budget with least impact to Transit Operation and community.
- Leading and performing Constructability, Feasibility, Value Engineering and cost saving analysis with project team to identify opportunities and resolve challenges.
- Leading project teams to resolve conflicts and differences, and promote collaboration and cooperation.
- Acting as Division representative in contract and term negotiations with other agencies such as BART, Public Works, Public Utilities Commission, Caltrans, Port of San Francisco, Art Commission, Transit, Park and Recreation, and other agencies within City and County of San Francisco.
- Performing other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
A few reasons you might love this job:
- You will work in a highly visible role within the agency.
- Your work will have a direct impact on the agency’s ability to delivery challenging capital projects meeting scope, schedule and budget.
- You will be challenged daily with different aspect of a project.
- You will work with professional people who are passionate about their work and recognized experts in their fields.
- You will have ample learning opportunities that will allow you to develop your skills and abilities.
A few challenges you might face in this job:
- You will work on multiple high profile and political projects with competing deadlines and resources.
- Your customers and project team will include some people with difficult personalities and/or high expectations.
- Sometimes you will need to tell people that they cannot do things that violate policies or rules.
- You will work on projects that must be delivered with high quality and expectations while minimizing the impact on Transit operations and the community.
- Allocating Resources: Prioritizing the use of fiscal and material resources to maximize organizational effectiveness
- Critical Thinking: Analytically and logically evaluating information, propositions, and claims
- Decision Making: Choosing optimal courses of action in a timely manner
- Delivering Results: Meeting organizational goals and customer expectations and making decisions that produce high-quality results by applying technical knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks
- Informing: Proactively obtaining and sharing information
- Innovative Problem Solving: Identifying and analyzing problems in order to propose new ways to do business
- Leadership: Guiding and encouraging others to accomplish a common goal
- Leading Cross-Divisional Collaboration: Demonstrating cooperation and teamwork while working within and across divisions and teams
- Managing Organizational Complexity: Maneuvering through complex political situations and functions within the organization
- Project Management: Ensuring that projects are on-time, on-budget, and achieve their objectives
- Political and Organizational Savvy: Working skillfully with politics, procedures, and protocols across organizational levels and boundaries
- Presentation Skill: Ability to formally delivering information to groups
- Teamwork: Collaborating with others to achieve shared goals
- Thinking & Acting Systematically: Formulating objectives and priorities, and implementing plans consistent with the long-term interests of the organization in a global environment
- Valuing Diversity: Appreciating the benefits of varied backgrounds and cultures in the workplace
In order to qualify for this opportunity you must have:
- Bachelor's Degree in architecture, engineering or planning plus six (6) years of responsible architectural, engineering or construction management experience, OR
- A Bachelor's Degree in another field plus eight (8) years of responsible experience in a field directly related to the project, OR
- Ten (10)years of architectural, engineering, or construction management experience in a field directly related to the project, OR
- California registration as professional engineer or architect and 2 years of responsible architectural, engineering or construction management experience
- PMP Certification
- Experience managing capital projects from planning to close out
- Experience in delivering transportation or transit construction projects
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Experience giving presentations to community groups, Boards, or elected officials.
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