Under the direct supervision of the Federal Aid Coordinator, work closely with Department staff to coordinate federal grants related to boating access, fishing access, and shooting range construction or renovation projects. Responsible for developing and maintaining program guidance to assist both internal and external cooperators with identifying and prioritizing boating access and shooting range projects. Meet with internal and external cooperators to provide guidance during design as well as oversight during key stages of construction. Review engineering plans and specifications. Serve as lead contact for administration of associated boating access and shooting range grants. Support agency audits as needed. Assist supervisor with other administrative duties as assigned.
Applications can be submitted online at https://www.jobapscloud.com/OK/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=210222&R2=UNCL&R3=03. Only online applications will be accepted.
Education: Minimum bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. Construction science, engineering technology or civil engineering preferred.
Experience: Requires six years directly related experience in project management, construction management, or construction. Grant management experience is preferred.
Knowledge & Skills: Training or experience in reviewing/critiquing engineering plans and specifications, including surveys, grades and drainage is preferred. Experience with construction projects (boat ramps, restrooms, parking lots, etc.is preferred). Must be skilled in interpersonal relations and maintain good working relationships with fellow employees and the public.