The Project Manager 1 will perform various functions including general project management of the implementation, design, and construction of Public Works infrastructure improvements, coordination of multiple partners for specific projects and the development of technical and performance standards. Projects managed include a wide range of types to include, but not limited to, the following or a combination of the following: street improvements, traffic signals, multi-use paths, illumination, water, sanitary sewer and storm water utility projects.
Develop work plans and project schedules for assigned projects
The ability to communicate effectively with citizens, contractors, inspectors, and other stakeholders
Manage consultant engineering services contracts to include scope of work, cost, survey, design, plan review, right of way acquisition, environmental compliance, and coordination with other city staff
Ability to manage up to 3 construction contracts simultaneously, each with a value of $1,000,000. Provide project oversight and direction for work in progress, facilitate construction meetings, coordinate inspection and collection of required quantity and quality documents, and process pay estimates
Coordinate, as necessary, with private utilities, and government agencies such as the Oregon Department of Transportation, Washington County, Tualatin Valley Water District, West Slope Water District, Clean Water Services, Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation District and the Beaverton School District
Prepare and update project budgets over multiple years for up to 5 projects simultaneously
Implement the standards and specifications in the current version of the City of Beaverton Engineering Design Manual, the Oregon Standard Specifications for Construction and the Clean Water Services Design Manual as appropriate
Coordinate with the public, as required. Such as preparing project information notices, notifying the public of night work locations and durations
Prepare project documentation such as agenda bills with exhibits and land use applications
Demonstrate safe work habits and follow all required safety policies, procedures and techniques. Contribute to safety of self, co-workers and the general public.
Follow standards as outlined in the Employee Handbook
Support and respect diversity in the workplace
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree with emphasis in civil engineering, project management or an engineering related field and 4 years of engineering and/or construction project oversight experience and 2 years of project management experience involving direction or coordination of contractors; OR
Five years of experience performing a variety of civil engineering and/or construction project oversight experience and 3 years of project management experience involving direction or coordination of contractors; and one of the following:
An Associate degree in Civil Engineering Technology or closely related engineering field from an accredited community college or technical school; or
Eighteen quarter (12 semester) hours of college-level civil engineering related courses
Valid driver's license and the ability to meet the city's driving standards
Ability to pass reference check, drug screen and background check
Additional Salary Information: Starting salary will be determined depending on relevant work experience. The city pays the full retirement contribution to PERS; provides employees with an opportunity to participate in a deferred compensation retirement plan; tuition reimbursement program available; public service loan forgiveness program; and offers excellent health, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage.
Beaverton is a welcoming and responsible city that enjoys one of the most diverse populations in Oregon. In 2015, Beaverton was recognized as the safest city in the Pacific Northwest (according to CQ Press for cities more than 75,000). Recently, the city’s award-winning finance department received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award as well as the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence ...in Financial Reporting. In 2012, the city was awarded the Mayors’ Climate Protection Award from the U.S. Conference of Mayors. It was named one of the 100 Best Places to Live in America by Money magazine and recognized as one of the best places to raise kids by BusinessWeek magazine. The city was named one of the top 25 Suburbs for Retirement by Forbes.com and one of the 100 Best Walking Cities in America by Prevention magazine. The city also received the Recycler of the Year award from the Association of Oregon Recyclers, named a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation, received a Bronze Award Bicycle Friendly Community designation by the League of American Bicyclists, and recognized as one of the Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Communities. Lastly, the city’s nationally acclaimed visioning program was named Public Involvement Project of the Year—Best Planning Project by the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) Cascade Chapter and also received the prestigious 3CMA Award of Excellence.For more information, reminders and community news, visit www.BeavertonOregon.gov. Also follow Beaverton on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CityofBeaverton, or Twitter at www.twitter.com/CityofBeaverton.
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