Reporting to the Deputy Director, the Project Manager is responsible for delivering capital construction projects that meet user needs on-time, within budget and at the appropriate quality level. The Project Manager will supervise, coordinate and monitor all in-house and/or outsourced architectural, engineering and construction management personnel to meet project needs and goals. The selected candidate will focus on successful project delivery utilizing the support systems and resources made available by NYCHA. The candidate will be expected to render all project management decisions, report on progress through the automated project management system and notify the Deputy Director and others when problems arise that require senior management intervention. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: 1. Create project/construction schedules; serve as the single point of accountability from inception to completion for all capital projects in portfolio. 2. Coordinate and supervise activities of Support Staff to ensure adherence to performance schedules, compliance with design criteria, satisfaction of end-user needs, and quality and thoroughness of design as appropriate for the project. 3. Monitor budget status of projects during the design phase to ensure design progress is in accordance with budget and take corrective action as required. 4. Review design structures and examine contract documents for construction, alteration or repair of buildings. Review and coordinate pre-bid estimates; evaluate bid proposals; research bidder qualifications and compliance with bid requirements; meet with bidders as necessary; recommend contractors for award of bid contract. 5. Coordinate resolution of issues during the design process; examine design review comments from all project stakeholders and ensure they are adequately addressed in future design document revisions. 6. Ensure staff obtain required approvals during the design and construction phase and maintain appropriate project records. Ensure final project deliverables, including design plans, cost estimates and completed construction project; address the project goals identified in Project Charters. 7. Serve as day-to-day management contact with the Construction Manager or Capital Projects field staff monitoring the project ensuring on-time and on-budget performance. 8. Coordinate the activities of staff to ensure adequate on-site coverage of projects. Visit construction sites regularly to ensure project objectives are achieved. 9. Review Requests for Information (RFIs), Submittals (shop drawings, material samples, etc.), contractor or other consultants Requests for Payment and/or invoices, Change Orders, Extensions of Time, Schedule of Values, Progress Schedules and other project correspondence, and take appropriate necessary action. 10. Utilize and update the electronic project management system to maintain accurate and current project records; maintain schedule for the life cycle of the project; monitor project progress and any issues requiring follow-up through the automated project management system. 11. Resolve construction, scope and any coordination problems between NYCHA staff, contractors or the outsourced Construction Manager; recommend course of action where needed. 12. Review field inspection reports and ensure transmission of important issues to senior management via the project management system. 13. Manage timely close out of projects including full documentation of project and payments. Prepare presentations to professional, government , business, or community groups. 14. Perform related tasks as assigned by the Deputy Director; may perform supervisory duties in the absence of supervisor.
$90,000.00 - $105,000.00
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