The Major Capital Projects Department has overall program / construction management responsibility for the WTC site, the construction of new facilities such as 2 WTC, associated Streets and Infrastructure, Pump Station Rehabilitation, the Replacement of the current Port Authority Bus Terminal, and the construction of the two new Hudson River Tunnels (core and shell) as part of the Gateway Project.
Reporting to the Assistant Director, Stakeholder Relations, the selected candidate will assist in the
planning of projects in the Department; by leading the coordination effort with project stakeholders, including interdepartmental and external Stakeholders, such as City Agencies and Community Boards. The selected candidate will evaluate and resolve impacts to various projects from stakeholder change requestsand produce 2D and 3D graphics using special software for presentation to executive management.These activities will serve to gain stakeholder support for the Departments Projects and advance the objectives of optimize project costs, schedule and operations, through coordination with stakeholders.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Architecture, Urban Planning, Project Management or related Design/Construction related discipline from an accredited college or university. Demonstrated experience with 3D Modeling, such as Sketchup, Revit or Rhino. A minimum of five (5) years experience.
Desired: Demonstrated experience in architectural design, engineering design, or urban planning, producing construction documents, expert use of autocad and graphic rendering platforms, and producing legal exhibits. Demonstrated experience and working knowledge of graphic software including, but not limited to, Autocad, 3D Max, Vray for Sketchup, Adobe Softwares – Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premier, Microsoft Office Excel, Powerpoint Demonstrated leadership, problem solving and conflict resolution skills. Demonstrated oral and written communication skills, including report and powerpoint preparation. Strong interpersonal skills, including demonstrated experience interacting with executive management and construction professionals within and outside the Port Authority. Demonstrated problem solving and decision-making skills. Proven ability to manage other project engineering staff and effectively utilize limited available resources to achieve complex goals.