Project Managers perform professional services in planning, coordinating, directing and managing the activities of construction projects and capital improvement programs; develop design concepts; determine cost estimates and budgets; negotiate reviews and modify contracts, agreements, architectural/engineering plans, specifications, and schedules as appropriate.
Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform work independently with little or no additional training.
The incumbent is responsible for planning, designing, developing and managing assigned statewide capital improvement and maintenance support projects from inception to closeout on behalf of the Nevada Division of State Parks.
Responsibilities will include current project planning, project design, permitting, bidding, and project management, in addition to long range planning support including but not limited to strategic, master, regional, trail, asset management, maintenance, conservation, and interpretive plans for parks or park like settings.
Additional duties will include project scoping, identification of funding sources; preparation of work programs; grant proposal writing and oversight; management of the planning and design process; preparation of bid documents, specification & project estimates; developing consultant Requests for Proposals, consultant selection, consultant contract management, construction administration, including: solicitation of bids; processing project addenda; conducting bid openings; contract writing and oversight; processing billings, change orders and submittals; and final project close-out; and providing technical assistance for field staff as requested.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in architecture, engineering, business administration or related field and two years of experience involving the design, planning and coordination of construction projects; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.05