Construction Section Manager(Construction Manager) #10094

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Construction Section Manager(Construction Manager) #10094


Silver Spring, MD 



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This full time, career position in the Park Development Division of the Montgomery County, MD Department of Parks offers an excellent opportunity for a construction professional to manage the Department’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) construction services program, which consists of construction management, inspection, and survey.  The CIP has a six-year capital budget of $195 million.

S/he will  apply a comprehensive knowledge of the construction industry and management practices with a solid knowledge of related fields such as engineering, landscape architecture, architecture, project management, and administrative management to ensure that the unit’s work products and services are effective and efficient.  It is also necessary to work competently across the phases of construction consulting in the design, construction, and commissioning of projects.  This position must be able to work well with people inside and outside of the organization to share information, advise, coordinate, obtain agreement or compliance, present and defend, convince or persuade and achieve desired actions.

Examples of important duties include:

  • Supervises and manages work programs for construction managers , construction representatives supervisor , construction representatives  and a survey crew  to implement the Department’s construction projects and to coordinate parkland encroachment enforcement program;
  • Performs full range of supervisory human resources management functions, unit wide, such as recruitment, trains and develops staff or ensures staff training and development
  • Identifies and recommends long-term and short-term construction service needs and initiatives,
  • Authorizes construction activities by utility companies, other public agencies or private developers.
  • Establishes standards, develops policies and procedures, and defines goals and objectives for the Section;
  • Assigns the Section work programs, provides guidance and support to the Section staff, and monitors overall work schedules;
  •  Recommends annual and long-range capital improvements County-wide.  Helps review cost estimates for CIP projects. 
  • Supervises the planning and coordination of large, complex, construction projects funded by the CIP or as major maintenance. 
  • Monitors construction schedules, progress and expenditures to ensure that work is completed within approved time and cost constraints.
  • Meets regularly with architectural, engineering, and landscape architectural staff to coordinate construction projects and to resolve issues.
  • Approves and issues Park Construction Permits to outside entities for their development projects on parkland
  •  Serves as member of Division’s Management Team
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Construction Management certification accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is desirable
  • Several years of supervisory experience
  • Good working knowledge of environmental engineering, geo-technical engineering, other engineering specialties, architecture, landscape architecture, urban and regional planning, and related fields as they provide context for and support project planning and execution
  • Knowledge of technological advances, equipment, devices, and hardware related to design and construction of park related projects.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the concepts, principals, techniques and practices of construction management, construction inspection, land surveying and the construction industry
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Architecture or related field. 
  • Seven years of progressively responsible construction management experience that includes substantive work in the range of duties and responsibilities in this class specification.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted, which together total 11 years.
  • Valid driver’s license in accordance with State and Commission rules and regulations
  • Must obtain and maintain a Maryland Responsible Person Certificate (‘green card’) for soil erosion and sediment control within six months.

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