As a Aviation Capital Project Manager III, you will work independently to manage complex projects of varying size and scope. Your projects may be independent or as part of a larger capital construction project.
Some of what you'll be doing:
You will lead, manage and facilitate capital construction projects from approval to completion.
You will facilitate project planning meetings to discuss and determine project objectives, develop program plans, define project scope and recommend budget resources.
You will assist/support project sponsors with project set up including developing project scope, initial budget estimates, preliminary project schedules and providing input for obtaining project planning funds.
You will maintain project notebooks and develop, coordinate and prepare presentations/documents.
You will develop, negotiate and manage complex consultant contracts, budgets, schedules for design and construction as well as oversee the consultant selection process while meeting the Port’s Diversity in Contracting goals.
You will monitor and evaluate projects through regular interaction with project team (contractors, consultants, in-house project staff, stakeholders, etc.) to ensure adherence to project specifications and standards.
You will oversee the design review process, track project controls.
You will coordinate complex environmental permitting processes.
Who you are: Two years of experience may be substituted for one year of education:
Experienced – You have Five (5) years’ construction project management experience.
Educated – You possess a Bachelor’s degree.
Desired – We hope you have eight (8) years combined of construction, design, or engineering experience. We hope you have experience in projects delivered using Alternative Contracting (e.g., Design/Build, General Contractor/Construction Manager, etc.) and/or possess certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP), Professional Engineer (PE) and/or Registered Architect (RA).
Project Management Expert – You have advanced knowledge of project management principles, practices and procedures including cost estimating and managing project budgets and schedules. You have a good grasp of the regulatory agencies, guidelines and procedures that inform capital construction projects. You are skilled at cost estimating, budgeting and managing project schedules.
Effective Communicator – You possess both strong written and verbal skills including the ability to negotiate and present to varying audiences. Your interpersonal communication skills allow you work with a diverse group of sponsors and stakeholders.
Technologically Savvy – You are very comfortable with technology that supports the work of a project manager, i.e. MS Office Suite, MS Project and Bluebeam.
Ethical – You are a person of high integrity who will honor the values of the Port as well as act in the public’s best interest.
Innovative and Agile – You are someone who brings creative solutions to issues and can adapt quickly to meet changing demands. You have the acumen to understand the business need in your decision making.
What else you need to know:
Work Schedule – Your normal work schedule will be Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (40 hours per week). Slightly more flexible start and end times are available in this role.
Work Environment – This role will be primarily conducted remotely in accordance with the Port’s Flexible Work Arrangement policies during the Covid-19 pandemic. It may transition to primarily working in an office environment post pandemic.
Washington State Residency Requirement – Employees must establish a residence in Washington state within 30 days of their first day of employment and must maintain a residence in Washington State during their employment with the Port of Seattle. If a position is eligible to telework, work performed while teleworking must be performed in Washington State.
Security Requirements – As the successful candidate, you must pass a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) background check as well as a criminal history background check with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Your employment will be contingent upon obtaining a Port of Seattle ID badge upon clearance.
Internal Number: 000314
About Port of Seattle
Founded in 1911, the Port of Seattle owns and operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, two cruise ship terminals, Fishermen’s Terminal—home of the North Pacific fishing fleet, a grain terminal, four public marinas, and manages a number of real estate assets for financial return and economic advantage.
The Port’s operations currently help create nearly 200,000 jobs and $7 billion in wages throughout the region. Over the next 20 years, the Port’s “Century Agenda” seeks to create an additional 100,000 jobs through economic growth while becoming the nation’s leading green and energy-efficient port. Learn more at www.portseattle.org.