Do you enjoy utilizing creative thinking and collaborating with others to complete complex projects? Are you interested in doing meaningful work managing the design and construction wastewater, recycled water and renewable energy projects for an organization that is recognized for leadership in technology and water management? If so, the Inland Empire Utilities Agency has an exciting opportunity for you as a Project Manager I!
Salary: $108,128.00 - $131,744.00 Annually
At the Inland Empire Utilities Agency the Engineering & Construction Management Department is responsible for managing the design and construction of a wide range of capital improvement projects totaling over $500 million for the next ten years. The Agency is a regional wastewater treatment agency and wholesale distributor of imported water serving approximately 875,000 people over 242 square miles in western San Bernardino County. Over 300 personnel contribute to the success of the Agency. The Agency owns and/or operates, and maintains 5 water recycling facilities, 160 miles of sewer collection system, a potable water facility, 19 supply water well sites, 4 sewage lift stations, a recycled water distribution and storage system, 19 groundwater recharge sites, a 400,000-square foot indoor composting facility, and a 66,000 square foot Headquarters building.
Under direction performs project management functions for capital projects through all phases of project delivery including project planning, pre-design, design, construction, start-up, and post-construction. Overall functions of the incumbent include engineering consultant management; developing schedules, cost estimates, and staffing requirements; form and lead project teams; plan, direct, and coordinate activities to ensure that the goals and objectives of projects are accomplished on schedule and within prescribed budget; inspect quality of work and manage project risks; manage outside consultants; and performs related duties as assigned.
The Project Manager I is an entry level class. Incumbents learn and perform a variety of assignments (non-complex or non-sensitive) to assist them in independently managing the full range of a project with some guidance and direction. Assignments are typically broad in scope, requiring the exercise of professional judgment and initiative in achieving results while coordinating the work with other Agency departments and managing the work of external consultants, contractors, and entities. Incumbents may advance to the higher level after gaining experience and demonstrating proficiency that meet the qualifications for the higher-level class.
Employees in this class typically report to a Senior Engineer or Senior Project Manager. To Apply: