Do you have a track record of success in transportation project design and construction management with a strong technical background? Here’s your opportunity to grow your management career! The Engineering and Construction Manager of Guideways is a vital part of TriMet's Engineering, Construction and Planning Division. This position provides leadership and support to the Guideways workgroup responsible for managing the delivery phase of capital projects on the transit system associated with TriMet's fixed guideways that are part of the MAX system, the WES Commuter Rail, and the Willamette Shoreline Trolley. The projects include replacing or renovating existing features of the guideway, stations and passenger amenities, or retrofitting with newly developed and/or additional features. The delivery phase includes preliminary through final design, permitting, construction, and turnover to other TriMet departments for operations and maintenance. This role provides key support for the Transit Asset Management work of our internal clients including support with condition assessments, project development and determinations whether specific assets are ‘fit for service’.TriMet has a culture of teamwork, collaboration, and continuous improvement. The Guideways workgroup is seeking a supportive leader interested in ‘growing’ project managers at a variety of career levels though collaborative and successful capital project delivery. TriMet values empowerment, inclusion, individuality, and cultural agility. We look for team members who lead by example and take action. TriMet encourages constructive collaboration, flexibility and growth. We embrace innovation, celebrate successes and seek continuous improvement while ensuring a commitment to safety for its employees, its teams and its community.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS SUBGROUP B - STATIONS AND GUIDEWAYS:
Type of Position / Grade / FLSA: Grade 17, Exempt, Non-Union, Full-Time Salary Range: Minimum: $92,563.00 Maximum*: $107,157.00*Maximum range of the classification is $138,844.00 Selection Process – Candidates will be selected based at a minimum on the result of: 1. Application Review/ Please Include: Cover Letter and Resume 2. Panel Interviews 3. Reference and Background Checks
A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree is required in engineering, landscape architecture, architecture, planning, design and construction project management or a related field.A minimum of ten (10) years total credited experience.* 10 years' experience in construction or project management experience or closely related capital project management experience required.5 years' experience in design and/or construction within transportation, light or heavy rail or bus transit.2 years' experience with large scale design and construction projects or programs preferred.2 years' experience in a lead, project management or staff management role supervising professional and technical level staff required.Preferred Professional Licenses or Certificates:PE - Professional Engineer; PLA (LARE) - Landscape Architect License; AICP - Certified Planner; BTR - In-State Architectural License; CMAA (CCM) - Certified Construction Manager; and/or PMP - Project Management ProfessionalValid driver's license and acceptable driving record per TriMet policy. Or any equivalent combination of training and experience.*The amount of credit a candidate receives for prior years of experience is based on the relevancy of that experience to the required or preferred prerequisites of the job description. Experience is prorated based on hours worked. LRHR assigns and validates the "credited experience".