AECOM is actively seeking a talented Engineering Project Manager II for immediate employment for the Portland, Oregon office. AECOM is proud to provide our employees with exciting, challenging projects.
This role will depend on the Project Manager's ability to perform the following:
Provide the overall management of significant engineering capital projects. Work with various Port customers in Operations and other support departments to develop a thorough understanding of the requested project requirements. Set project plan and direction with subsequent management of all internal and external resources related to the design and construction of the project within the cost, schedule, and quality parameters established with the customer.
Contribute to the organizations success through demonstrating Port values while successfully achieving or exceeding performance goals and objectives for the following major job functions:
+ Manage capital improvement construction projects by developing and managing project plan, covering the major items of scope, schedule, budget and quality.
+ Manage project design teams, including internal support and consultants.
+ Manage construction management and inspection teams assigned to oversee construction projects.
+ Coordinate and report costs, impacts to operations, and tenant concerns to project leads.
+ Assist operating areas with preparation of capital improvement projects, developing the work scope, schedule, budget, justification, and marketing efforts related to obtaining funding approval.
+ Manage consultant selection processes and contracts, including those requiring commission approval.
+ Manage process to acquire permits, including building and environmental permits, required to complete construction projects.
- Manages one or more very complex project, involving a combination of the following:
- Clients with a national geographic footprint; OR,
- Projects involving a full spectrum of services offered by IE; OR,
- Other complexities, such as projects that involve litigation, environmental protection, due diligence, etc.
- Manages all phases of projects (from beginning to close out).
- Has consenting and regulatory authority for approvals.
- Manages other Project Managers.
BS or MS in related engineering field or project management.
Demonstrated project management skills and expertise; demonstrated leadership, judgment, and technical competence; project management and organizational skills.
Communicate effectively with a wide range of stakeholders; speak to management groups and the Port Commission in a public setting, presenting information in a clear and concise manner; motivate and organize multidisciplinary technical project teams; ability to obtain security badging at PDX and/or other Port facilities, which may require a criminal background check.
Working knowledge of:
Public contracting process and methods for construction, professional services and equipment procurements. Range of project delivery methods available for public agencies including but not limited to: Design-Bid-Build, Construction Manager/General Contractor (CMGC), Design-Build, etc.
Advanced knowledge of:
In-depth understanding of engineering field(s) related to capital project design and construction; comprehensive understanding of engineering design standards and related building codes and regulations for integration into project plans and designs; Extensive knowledge of and direct experience in structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, marine structures engineering, civil engineering techniques and practices.
Significant experience in design and coordination and management of complex capital projects; experience in project management and implementation of complex facility designs within established cost, quality, and delivery parameters; extensive experience as a senior project engineer; or the equivalent combination of education and/or relevant experience.
License and/or Certification:
Valid Oregon or Washington driver’s license (required);
Project Manager responsibilities and focus include:
Effectively managing project teams including in-house and consultant resources; Providing timely and accurate communications with a diverse group of stakeholders, including customers, contractors, consultants and staff; Managing project scope development and subsequent scope issues; Managing risk and developing life cycle cost analyses; Managing project budgets including tracking cash flow; Managing project schedules; Addressing poor quality of finished project and enforcing design, construction and procurement contracts; Managing environmental permitting process using technical specialists, both consultant and in-house resources; Managing regulatory impacts associated with projects; Managing delivery or turnover of completed project to end user; Managing project delivery processes including project health reports, resource forecasting, capital financial forecasting, etc.
Oregon Professional Engineer (preferred).
What We Offer
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