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Project Manager

Bonita Springs Utilities, Inc.

This is a Full-time position in Bonita Springs, FL posted October 2, 2021.

Responsible for overseeing the full life of an assigned project from charter through final completion and acceptance; ]

Creates and/or coordinates technical portions of project contract documents with BSU Purchasing staff and provides review of final procurement documents prior to vendor invitations;

Administers project contracts, including review, recommendation and processing of change orders; tracks and advises on contract expenditures against budget; and tracks and advises on project schedules;

Coordinates and meets with all other departments, governmental agencies, consultants, contractors and other related parties on engineering-related issues regarding planning, design, permitting, and construction;

Conducts field inspections of projects to verify compliance with plans, specifications and contract documents; Prepares various permit applications and departmental reports and has good technical writing skills; Communicates effectively in a strong and challenging team environment; Works with Operations staff to assist in asset management, chartering future repair and replacement projects;

Assists inter-departmentally in achieving asset management goals, including tracking and trending asset life, anticipated repair/replacement and value.

Knowledge of standard engineering terms and concepts.

Knowledge of contractual obligations of plans, specifications and project costs.

Knowledge of design, hydraulic modeling, geographical information systems and asset management software.

Skill in administering construction contracts.

Ability to read, interpret, and explain contracts, specifications, site plans, and shop drawings.

Ability to make decisions in accordance with BSU and department policies.

Ability to read, interpret, and explain ordinances, codes, agreements, and related documents.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, environmental engineering or closely-related field from an accredited college or university, Florida Professional Engineering license preferred; five or more years’ experience in utility construction contracts, including treatment facilities and distribution and collection systems; Equivalent combination of education, certification, training, and/or experience may be considered.

Job Requirements:

  • Manage project resources across multiple projects or project phases
  • Present project information to project team
  • Communicate project status to project team
  • Facilitating project status meetings and communicating project status to key project stakeholders
  • Resolve project issues and manage project risks
  • Manage project timelines using accepted project management methodology
  • Serve as project lead on projects with multiple project management staff
  • Monitor project execution/performance, project reporting and project resource allocations
  • Updating internal project management system
  • Lead the project team to ensure project objectives