The Special Districts Department, Project Management Division has a unique position for an experienced Project Manager for construction projects needing hands-on oversight of improvements, upgrades, and new construction of related water and wastewater systems and facilities. Responsibilities include preparing, reviewing, and approving structural, architectural and engineering design plans and specifications for water/sewer and power systems, including piping, pumps, pump stations, wells, motors, and meters, as well as for district buildings, roads, and parks, and a variety of related capital improvement projects. This position administers and manages construction contracts, including requests for proposals, estimating expenses, determining/adhering to schedules, negotiating agreements and change orders, assuring compliance with building codes and inspections, and acting as technical advisor to ensure projects are completed safely, timely, and within contract specifications.
Physical: Frequent sitting, walking, standing, bending, and squatting. Requires fine manipulation in both hands. Occasionally lift and carry 10 to 50 pounds. Travel: Travel throughout the County may be required. Employees may be required to make provisions for transportation. Department vehicle will be provided as needed and when available. At the time of hire, the individual providing the transportation must provide a valid California driver license and proof of automobile liability insurance. Background: Applicants must successfully pass a background check prior to appointment.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in engineering, construction, and/or project management, or closely related field.
---AND--- Experience: Three (3) years of professional experience with responsibility for managing medium-large capital improvement projects, and which involved design, procurement and construction of infrastructure facilities/buildings/equipment.
Substitution: Two additional years of experience may be substituted for the degree requirement, with 30 semester (45 quarter) units of coursework directly related to engineering, construction, and/or project management; OR Four additional years of directly related experience may substitute for the education requirement.
An equivalent combination of the above may be considered.