The Project Manager II is responsible for coordinating and acting as liaison between various Authority offices, County agencies, Consultants, Contractors, and Subcontractors in order to expedite the timely planning, design, data collection and completion of Authority construction projects, boundary surveys, as-built surveys and mapping projects. Position incumbent performs various related contract administration activities; writes daily reports; reviews and compares construction drawings and contract documents with actual field construction; field inspections of construction activities in progress; obtaining measurements for progress payments; maintains project records; reviews construction schedules, pay requests, change orders, boundary surveys, as-built surveys, quantity surveys, record drawings, property deeds, legal descriptions and easements; maintains record documents in computer assisted document retrieval system (CADD & scanned imagery). This position reports to the Director of Project Management and Facility Development and requires persistence, reliability, dependability and accountability in all aspects of the defined role.
Duties of this position include the following: Monitor work progress on SWA construction projects; perform field measurements on construction activities to assure compliance with project design documents. Prepare scope, supervise design, estimate cost, direct bidding, recommend award, and provide administration of construction/survey related projects. Assist in preparation of Requests for Proposals and in negotiations for Consultant Service Agreements. Prepare sketches, technical specifications, quantity surveys, volume calculations, and field measurements for in-house projects performed either with Authority personnel or through outside contractors. Work with Authority Operations and other staff to assure the facility operates properly in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions. Other duties may be assigned.
Educational and Experience requirements include the following:
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in an engineering discipline, preferably civil, electrical or mechanical.
At least five (5) years in Project Management required. A combination of training, experience and education which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered.
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES:
State of Florida Professional Engineer (PE) preferred. General Contractor certification in the State of Florida preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Starting salary commensurate with Qualifications, Education and Experience. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
The Solid Waste Authority of PBC offers an exceptional benefits package after 60 days of employment which includes employer paid medical, dental, vision, and life insurances, educational assistance, paid holidays, paid sick, paid vacation and retirement benefit through the Florida Retirement System (FRS).
About Solid Wast Authority of PBC
The Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County is the governmental agency responsible for providing an economical and environmentally conscious integrated solid waste management system for Palm Beach County, Florida. With nearly 400 employees and an annual budget of $270 million, the SWA has built an award-winning system of facilities including a waste to energy plant, six transfer stations, an active landfill, a recovered materials processing facility, and a biosolids pelletization facility. The SWA is currently completed the design-build-operate mass burn waste to energy facility capable of processing 3,000 tpd in 2015. The SWA provides excellent benefits including retirement and is a Dependent Special District governed by the seven elected County Commissioners of Palm Beach County. EOE/DFWP.