Maintenance Project Coordinator I or II - Ar ....

The Arapahoe County Government Public Works and Development Department, Road and Bridge Division is seeking a Maintenance Project Coordinator I or II!

 

Apply on our website at:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/arapahoe/jobs/2104865/maintenance-project-coordinator-i-or-ii

Maintenance Project Coordinator I:

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF JOB:

Under close supervision, plans, coordinates, develops, implements, supervises and inspects the work performed by contractors, and evaluates projects and programs benefitting public interest and the community associated with Arapahoe County's annual maintenance and/or Capital projects.  Completes special projects; with close oversight, recommends solutions to assigned problems or issues; exercises limited independent judgment; and performs administrative and field tasks.

 

Depending on qualifications, the anticipated hiring hourly rate is $21.34 - $32.98.

 

Maintenance Project Coordinator II:

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF JOB:

Under general supervision, and at an advanced level, the Maintenance Project Coordinator plans, coordinates, develops, implements, supervises and inspects the work performed by contractors, and evaluates projects and programs benefitting public interest and the community associated with Arapahoe County's annual maintenance projects. This position will specifically manage the Annual Concrete Replacement Program. Completes special projects; recommends solutions to assigned problems or issues; exercises independent judgment; and performs complex administrative and field tasks.

 

Depending on qualifications, the anticipated hiring hourly rate is $24.76 - $37.51.

 

Arapahoe County offers a competitive and comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, retirement, vacation, sick, 12 public holidays, and more! Please follow the link to review!

http://www.arapahoegov.com/DocumentCenter/View/2385

 Duties:

The following duty statements are illustrative of the essential functions of the job and do not include other non-essential or marginal duties that may be required.  The County reserves the right to modify or change the duties or essential functions of the job at any time.

 

Maintenance Project Coordinator I:

 

Under guidance, will develop and monitor maintenance projects to meet program goals and objectives; prepare project reports to include status, challenges and analysis; bid and award project contracts; review project invoices and recommend payment.

 

Under guidance, develop and implement annual project bid documents that meet budgetary availability.

 

Prepare estimates for projects, schedules, contract document payments and administer contracts.

 

Under guidance, will prepare and communicate project status reports for management and updates on project activities and information on risks and mitigation strategies.

 

Authority to act as the County's field representative on construction and maintenance projects.  With guidance, give direction and negotiate with contractors.

 

Inspect contractor work for quality and compliance with project specifications, and standards.

 

With guidance, execute project scope of work definition, process pay requests, and informal and formal agreements with other agencies and utility companies.  Negotiates with other agencies and construction contractors to resolve conflicts within budgetary constraints.

 

Develop work plans, specific goals, objectives and outcomes.  Coordinate projects with the Divisions within the Public Works and Development Department and other affected groups.

 

Provide assistance to higher level management and other staff on annual maintenance projects involving research, compiling information or data of a specialized nature, analysis, planning and technical support.

 

Respond and track Service Requests and review information, complaints, questions, and inquiries from the general public regarding infrastructure related problems.

 

Work effectively with outside agencies and community groups.

 

Gather and compile project requirements from infrastructure data; prepare visual aids including maps, tables, graphs, slide shows, exhibits and similar materials to support projects and programs.

 

Assist with infrastructure management to include but not limited to inspections, data entry, data collection, and maintenance needs.

 

May serve on special task forces and committees; represent department to other agencies, community groups, service providers and the public.

 

Plan and prepare articles, brochures, promotional and educational materials.

Prepare statistical, analytical and narrative reports.

 

Perform storm duty at various hours that could include normal off-duty hours such as weekends, holidays and evenings.  Snow duty includes snow removal with light duty plow truck during winter storms on assigned snow route.

 

Complete special projects and performs other duties as assigned.

 

Maintenance Project Coordinator II:

 

Develop and monitor maintenance and/or CIP projects to meet program goals and objectives; prepare project reports to include status, challenges and analysis; investigate and recommend solutions to financial challenges; bid and award project contracts; review project invoices and recommend payment.

 

Conduct research and analysis, develop and implement annual project bid documents that meet budgetary availability.

 

Prepare estimates for projects, schedules, contract document payments and administer contracts.

 

Prepares and communicates project status reports for management and updates on project activities and information on risks and mitigation strategies.

 

Authority to act as the County's field representative on construction and maintenance projects.  Give direction and negotiate with contractors.

 

Inspect contractor work for quality and compliance with project specifications, and standards.

 

Execute project scope of work definition, process pay requests, and informal and formal agreements with other agencies and utility companies. Negotiate with other agencies and construction contractors to resolve conflicts within budgetary constraints.

 

Develop work plans, specific goals, objectives and outcomes.  Coordinate projects with the Divisions within the Public Works and Development Department and other affected groups.

 

Provide assistance to higher-level management, Engineering Project Coordinator I and other staff on annual maintenance projects involving research, compiling information or data of a specialized nature, analysis, planning and technical support.

 

Respond and track Service Requests and review information, complaints, questions, and inquiries from the general public regarding infrastructure related problems.

 

Participate in the development and assembly of the annual budget.

 

Work effectively with outside agencies and community groups.

 

Gather and compile project requirements from infrastructure data; prepare visual aids including maps, tables, graphs, slide shows, exhibits and similar materials to support projects and programs.

 

Assist with infrastructure management to include but not limited to inspections, data entry, data collection, and maintenance needs.

 

May serve on special task forces and committees; represent department to other agencies, community groups, service providers and the public.

 

Plan and prepare articles, brochures, promotional and educational materials.

Prepare statistical, analytical and narrative reports.

 

Perform storm duty at various hours that could include normal off-duty hours such as weekends, holidays and evenings.  Snow duty includes snow removal with light duty plow truck during winter storms on assigned snow route.

 

Perform lead work and technical review of work performed by other Engineering Project Coordinator I staff.

 

Complete special projects and performs other duties as assigned.

 Requirements:

Maintenance Project Coordinator I:

 

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

 

Ability to interpret and apply complex rules and regulations.

 

Ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in writing, and to work cooperatively with diverse groups of people and organizations.

 

Ability to deal with sensitive and occasionally controversial issues affecting the public, other agencies or departments.

 

Solid knowledge of County Infrastructure Design Standards.

 

Solid knowledge of County Stormwater Standards.

 

Solid knowledge of County Grading Erosion Sediment Control (GESC) Standards.

 

Knowledge of Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Maintenance and Standards (M&S) and Specifications.

 

Knowledge of Metro Government Pavement Engineering Counsel (MGPEC) Soil and Pavement standards.

 

Knowledge of Contracting and Contracts.

 

Strong ability of note taking/diary detail.

 

Strong ability to report information to stake holders.

 

Knowledge and ability to use Microsoft Word Excel and Outlook.

 

Basic knowledge of site survey and geotechnical testing equipment and procedures.

 

BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES:

 

Cooperation and Teamwork:  Works harmoniously with others to get a job done; responds positively to instructions and procedures;  able to work well with staff, co-workers, peers and managers; shares critical information with everyone  involved in a project; works effectively on projects that cross functional lines; helps to set a tone of  cooperation within the work group and across groups; coordinates own work with others; seeks  opinions; values working relationships; when appropriate facilitates discussion before decision-making process is complete.

 

Interpersonal Savvy:  Relates well to all kinds of people - up, down, and sideways, inside and outside the organization; builds appropriate rapport; builds constructive and effective relationships; uses diplomacy and tact; can defuse even high-tension situations comfortably.

 

Personal motivation: measuring oneself against a standard of excellence. The standard may be one's own past performance (striving for improvement), an objective measure (attaining results), the performance of others (staying competitive), tough goals, or even something no one has ever done (striving for innovation).

 

Planning:  Accurately scopes out length and difficulty of tasks and projects; sets objectives and goals; breaks down work into the process steps; develops schedules and task/people assignments; anticipates and adjusts for problems and roadblocks; measures performance against goals; evaluates results.

 

Policy and Procedure Compliance:  Demonstrates a clear understanding of policies and procedures of operation; complies with and applies policies and procedures appropriately.

 

Responsiveness to requests for service:  Responds to requests for service in a timely and thorough manner; does what is necessary to ensure customer satisfaction; prioritizes customer needs; follows up to evaluate customer satisfaction.

 

Risk Management – Knowledge of the principles, methods, and tools used for risk management and mitigation including assessment of failures and their consequences.

 

Technical Competence - Uses knowledge that is acquired through formal training or extensive on-the-job experience to perform one's job, works with, understands, and evaluates technical information related to the job, and advises others on technical issues.

 

Vision:  Understands where the organization is headed and how to make a contribution, takes a long-term view, and recognizes opportunities to help the organization accomplish its objectives or move toward the vision.

 

EDUCATION: 

 

Requires a Bachelor's Degree in engineering, construction management or a related field.

 

EXPERIENCE:

 

A minimum of one year of experience in project/construction management, contract administration, and/or project management.

 

Prefer three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in the public works construction field.

 

(An equivalent combination of education and work experience that satisfy the requirements of the job may be sufficient).

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

This position requires successful completion of pre-employment background and motor vehicle checks.

 

Availability to participate in occasional evening or weekend meetings.

 

Valid driver's license is required.

 

Maintenance Project Coordinator II:

 

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

 

Ability to interpret and apply complex rules and regulations

 

Ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in writing, and to work cooperatively with diverse groups of people and organizations

 

Ability to deal with sensitive and occasionally controversial issues affecting the public, other agencies or departments

 

Expert knowledge of County Infrastructure Design Standards

 

Expert knowledge of County Stormwater Standards

 

Solid knowledge of County Grading Erosion Sediment Control (GESC) Standards

 

Solid knowledge of Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Maintenance and Standards (M&S) Specifications familiarity

 

Solid knowledge of Metro Government Pavement Engineering Counsel (MGPEC) Soil and Pavement standards

 

Solid Knowledge of Contracting and Contracts

 

Expert ability of note-taking/diary detail

 

Expert ability to report information to stakeholders

 

Solid knowledge and ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.

 

Basic knowledge of site survey and geotechnical testing equipment and procedures

 

BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES:

 

Cooperation and Teamwork:  Works harmoniously with others to get a job done; responds positively to instructions and procedures;  able to work well with staff, co-workers, peers and managers; shares critical information with everyone  involved in a project; works effectively on projects that cross functional lines; helps to set a tone of  cooperation within the work group and across groups; coordinates own work with others; seeks  opinions; values working relationships; when appropriate facilitates discussion before decision-making process is complete.

 

Planning:  Accurately scopes out length and difficulty of tasks and projects; sets objectives and goals; breaks down work into the process steps; develops schedules and task/people assignments; anticipates and adjusts for problems and roadblocks; measures performance against goals; evaluates results.

 

Interpersonal Savvy:  Relates well to all kinds of people - up, down, and sideways, inside and outside the organization; builds appropriate rapport; builds constructive and effective relationships; uses diplomacy and tact; can defuse even high-tension situations comfortably.

 

Personal motivation: measuring oneself against a standard of excellence. The standard may be one's own past performance (striving for improvement), an objective measure (attaining results), the performance of others (staying competitive), tough goals, or even something no one has ever done (striving for innovation).

 

Policy and Procedure Compliance:  Demonstrates a clear understanding of policies and procedures of operation; complies with and applies policies and procedures appropriately.

 

Responsiveness to requests for service:  Responds to requests for service in a timely and thorough manner; does what is necessary to ensure customer satisfaction; prioritizes customer needs; follows up to evaluate customer satisfaction.

 

 

EDUCATION: 

 

Requires a Bachelor's Degree in project management engineering, construction management or a related field.

 

EXPERIENCE:

 

A minimum of three years of experience in project/construction management, contract administration, and project management.

 

Prefer five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the public works construction field. Prefer at least one (1) year experience with concrete construction and specifications.

 

(An equivalent combination of education and work experience that satisfy the requirements of the job may be sufficient).

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

This position requires successful completion of pre-employment background and motor vehicle checks.

 

Availability to participate in occasional evening or weekend meetings.

 

Valid driver's license is required.

 Supplemental Information:

Maintenance Project Coordinator I:

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Works under the close supervision of the Road and Bridge (R&B) Infrastructure Manager and/or the Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Program Manager.  Also receives instruction on specific assignment objectives, complex features and possible solutions from Engineering Project Coordinator II, other Transportation, Road and Bridge, Administration and Purchasing staff.

 

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

With guidance, the position assumes responsibility of the project once it is in the construction and acceptance phase.  With guidance, is responsible for the direction of contractor, interactions with the public, financial implications, and coordination with outside and internal agencies. 

 

INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS:

Contacts are with managers, peers, subordinates, elected officials, users, and/or vendors.  Contacts require the ability to exercise a high degree of interpersonal skills to influence persons at all levels.  Works to establish working relationships.  Incumbent is accountable for the results of the contact.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

Position requires exposure to all driving and weather conditions, high noise levels, dust, fumes, and other road traffic conditions and exposures to all the dangers of working outside, including but not limited to:  pollen, animal dander, snakes and insects, bites and stings and the hazards associated with new construction, and possible exposure to radioactive material while using nuclear soils density testing equipment.

 

Employees work indoors and out-of-doors, most of his/her time is spent in the field in often extreme weather conditions and rough terrain.

 

Work during evenings, weekends, on-call, or irregular hours will be required based on operational needs.

 

Shift work for snowstorms may require 12-hour shifts.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The following are some of the physical demands commonly associated with this position.

 

Spend 60% of the time sitting and 40% of the time standing or walking while in the field or office.

 

Occasionally lifts, carries, pulls or pushes up to 40 lbs.

 

Uses cart, dolly, or other equipment to carry in excess of 25 lbs.

 

Occasionally, with assistance, lifts up to 150 pounds (lbs.) including manhole covers.

 

Occasionally climbs, stoops, kneels, reaches, crouches, crawls and balances while in the office or in the field.

 

Oral and auditory capacity enabling interpersonal communication as well as communication through automated devices, such as telephones, radios, etc.

 

Eye, hand and finger coordination enabling the use of automated office machinery or equipment.

 

Visual capacity including depth perception, color vision, and peripheral vision enabling completion of field work and inspections and operation of machinery and computer equipment.

 

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Definitions:

Occasionally: Activity exists less than 1/3 of the time.

Frequently: Activity exists between 1/3 and 2/3 of the time.

Constantly: Activity exists more than 2/3 of the time.

 

Maintenance Project Coordinator II:

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

 

Works under the general supervision of the Road and Bridge (R&B) Infrastructure Manager and/or the Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Program Manager.  Also receives some instruction on specific assignment objectives, complex features and possible solutions from other Transportation, Road and Bridge, Administration and Purchasing staff.

 

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

 

As assigned, this position assumes lead responsibility of the project once it is in the construction and acceptance phase.  Responsible for the instruction and clarification to the contractor, interactions with the public, financial implications, and coordination with outside and internal agencies.   May act as a lead worker to other R&B or CIP Inspectors, technicians and/or temporary employees on specific projects.

 

INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS:

 

Contacts are with managers, peers, subordinates, elected officials, users, and/or vendors.  Contacts require the ability to exercise a high degree of interpersonal skills to influence persons at all levels.  Works to establish working relationships.  Incumbent is accountable for the results of the contact.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

Position requires exposure to all driving and weather conditions, high noise levels, dust, fumes, and other road traffic conditions and exposures to all the dangers of working outside, including but not limited to:  pollen, animal dander, snakes and insects, bites and stings and the hazards associated with new construction, and possible exposure to radioactive material while using nuclear soils density testing equipment.

 

Employees work indoors and out-of-doors, most of his/her time is spent in the field in often extreme weather conditions and rough terrain.

 

Work during evenings, weekends, on-call, or irregular hours will be required based on operational needs.

 

Shift work for snowstorms may require 12-hour shifts.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The following are some of the physical demands commonly associated with this position.

 

Spend 60% of the time sitting and 40% of the time standing or walking while in the field or office.

 

Occasionally lifts, carries, pulls or pushes up to 40 lbs.

 

Uses cart, dolly, or other equipment to carry in excess of 25 lbs.

 

Occasionally, with assistance, lifts up to 150 pounds (lbs.) including manhole covers.

 

Occasionally climbs, stoops, kneels, reaches, crouches, crawls and balances while in the office or in the field.

 

Oral and auditory capacity enabling interpersonal communication as well as communication through automated devices, such as telephones, radios, etc.

 

Eye, hand and finger coordination enabling the use of automated office machinery or equipment.

 

Visual capacity including depth perception, color vision, and peripheral vision enabling completion of field work and inspections and operation of machinery and computer equipment.

 

_________

Definitions:

Occasionally: Activity exists less than 1/3 of the time.

Frequently: Activity exists between 1/3 and 2/3 of the time.

Constantly: Activity exists more than 2/3 of the time.

 

Job Title               Maintenance Project Coordinator I or II

Closing Date/Time           Sun. 06/24/18 11:59 PM Mountain Time

Salary    $21.34 - $37.51 Hourly

Job Type              Full-time

Location               Arapahoe County, 7600 South Peoria Street, Englewood, 80112, Colorado

Department       Public Works and Development

Apply on our website at:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/arapahoe/jobs/2104865/maintenance-project-coordinator-i-or-ii

 

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