Job Description: Benefits Supplemental Questions
Performs difficult professional work related to the design, construction, and coordination of major County transportation projects. Work is performed under general supervision. May supervise subordinate technical and/or clerical personnel.
This Project Manager position is classified on the A16 pay grade with a salary range of $76,481.60 - $130,020.80. We are looking for applicants with considerable experience and the targeted hiring salary range is between $95,000 and $115,000.
Examples of Duties: Providing oversight/direction on various transportation projects; reviewing engineering and construction documents, plans, and cost estimates; inspecting and monitoring construction projects; preparing requests for proposals (RFP's), bid documents, contracts, and purchase orders; preparing and maintaining records and files.
Providing oversight and direction on large, complex project(s);
Review construction plans, specifications, cost estimates and other project related documents;
Perform inspection and monitoring of work in progress;
Prepare bid documents, requests for proposals, contracts and purchase orders; prepare and maintain project records and files;
Coordinate with other county departments for reviews;
Inspect construction in progress and prepare or review reports on the status or completion;
Prepare plans and specifications for projects;
Coordinate work of consulting engineers and contractors;
Evaluate requests for information and change orders from contractors;
Assure that permits and inspections are on schedule;
Perform duties of project engineer;
Assist in the development, planning, design, permitting and construction of large, complicated projects;
Attend meetings where necessary to advance project.
Performs related tasks as required.
Thorough knowledge of modern principles and practices of civil engineering; detailed knowledge of design, construction, maintenance, and management of large, complex transportation projects; thorough knowledge of land evaluation, appraisal and acquisition procedures; knowledge of construction management and inspection procedures; ability to prepare technical reports, presentations, plans and specifications. Thorough knowledge of the Virginia Department of Transportation's (VDOT) Locally-Administered Projects (LAP) program. Ability to understand and interpret descriptions, construction plans, engineering records, and maps; ability to establish effective working relationships with other department staff, contractors, and the general public.
Supplemental Information: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or related field. Experience with roadway engineering design and related construction and/or project management of transportation projects. Professional Engineering (PE) license or EIT designation preferred.