$41.02-$57.41 Hourly / $2,871.46-$4,018.63 BiWeekly /
In the Department of Economic and Community Development this class is accountable for the oversight of planning in accordance with responsible growth standards, coordination and construction of complex building projects belonging to the recipient of agency funding.
In the Military Department this class is accountable for planning and overseeing the construction of complex building projects belonging to the state and/or federal government.
Works under the direction of a Community Development Director, the Chief Facilities Management Officer or other employee of higher grade.
Supervises staff and oversees consultants as assigned.
Oversees and coordinates services of consultants and contractors on funding recipient or agency construction or planning projects to adhere to environmental, sustainable development and responsible growth principles and practices; recommends and reviews construction management contract services and fees to ensure conformance to requirements of contract documents and sustainable requirements; monitors, recommends and reviews construction management and/or administration firm's execution of contract including project design plans and construction cost estimates for large scale or complex projects; ensures adherence to good engineering practices and compliance to latest engineering codes and standards; reviews projects to ensure compliance with state and federal laws, statutes and regulations; reviews permit applications developed for projects funded by agency or federal government; prepares conceptual roadway, building development, land division and site location plans for complex or large scale agency or federally funded proposals; attends construction workshops and progress meetings to convey management impacts of construction to current contract schedule and budget; reviews and develops construction accounting reports and monitoring programs for internal and external oversight of project; conducts site visits to review compliance with state and federal guidelines and funding conditions; provides assistance in reviewing contract bids and change orders for state or federally funded projects; recommends cost saving measures and construction practices to ensure cost benefits realized on state or federally funded projects; anticipates potential problems and directs resolution in areas of design, contracts scheduling, construction and inspection; communicates with municipal agencies, state agencies, federal government, clients and professional staff to coordinate and facilitate projects; acts as primary liaison between other agency divisions regarding technical and sustainable development planning, engineering and construction issues relating to projects; ensures proper record management and report systems in place; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of principles, practices and methods of large scale building construction; considerable knowledge of sustainable development practices and responsible growth principles; considerable knowledge of construction management concepts; considerable knowledge of relevant state and federal laws; knowledge of environmental policies and practices; knowledge of building materials; considerable interpersonal skills; oral and written communication skills; ability to plan, direct, coordinate, supervise, expedite and evaluate work of construction management and/or administration firms and other technical staff involved in design, review and construction of particularly large complex building projects; ability to maintain records and prepare reports.
Eight (8) years of experience in the engineering design and review of large construction projects including environmental planning and land preparation, utility services and sustainable development practices for housing development and/or specialty and commercial buildings.
One (1) year of the General Experience must have included responsibility for project administration of large complex construction projects.
Note: Large complex projects are not intended to include residential homes.
Incumbents in this class may be required to travel.