Under the general direction of the Public Works Director, this position manages the City’s Capital Improvement Plan and specific CIP Projects. The primary function an employee in this class is to initiate, expedite, facilitate, monitor, and assist with budget development of capital improvement projects. The work includes acting as a single point of contact for projects throughout the planning and budgeting processes; monitoring project costs ensuring projects meet budget constraints; ensuring that the schedule is regularly briefed within the City.
Bachelor’s degree in Architecture or Civil Engineering, Urban Planning, Construction Management or a closely related field and four (4) years of full-time professional level experience in commercial, industrial, governmental, or large-scale project management. Possess and maintain a valid Nevada or "border state" driver's license, as defined by NRS 483. Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job, may be substituted. Prefer two (2) or more years’ experience in a public sector setting.
Knowledge of: Civil engineering principles and practices relating to design and construction; The principles and practices of project management; Basic contract law, bond and insurance requirements; Municipal, state, federal and other codes relating to design and construction; Principles and practices of conflict and problem resolution; Principles and practices of continuous process improvement; Current supervision and evaluation techniques; Manage and work independently on multiple major projects or sensitive problems and coordinate work of others; Analyze problems, identify alternatives, and negotiate effective solutions; Analyze potential impacts of City projects and private development proposals; Interpret, evaluate, and explain CIP plans, and applicable ordinances; Effective team building techniques; Municipal administration practices and procedures; External customer service; Professional written and oral communication skills; Microsoft Office suite and MS Project; City-wide safety policy and practices concerning safety prevention, reporting and monitoring; Safely operate a motor vehicle both on and off-road.
Ability to: Multi-task and be flexible, and work in a fast-paced and ever-changing diverse customer environment; Work independently with minimal supervision and using independent judgment; Maintain attention to detail resulting in high quality deliverables; Coordinate multiple projects, providing comprehensive oversight and documentation; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with city staff, city management, developers, business owners, and other agencies; Communicate clearly and effectively with city staff, development clientele, and the public; Develop and implement policies and procedures to expedite review processes in order to enhance customer service; Express ideas, both orally and written, to a variety of audiences, including public officials, managers, other city staff, developers, contractors and the general public; Prepare oral and written reports and maintain system tracking and performance records; Operate standard office equipment and a personal computer using program applications appropriate to assigned duties; Work in a safe manner and report unsafe activity and conditions.
- Advanced trouble-shooting methodologies;
- Customer service, quality, and teamwork concepts;
- Expressing technical information to non-technical personnel;
- Personal computer software applications.
Additional Salary Information: Medical Insurance – Provided through Teamsters Trust and the City
pays 100% of the employees premium.
Dental Insurance – Provided through Teamsters Trust and the City
pays 100% of the employees premium.
Vision Insurance - Provided through Teamsters Trust and the City pays
100% of the employees premium.
Life Insurance – $20,000 provided through Teamsters Trust.
Retirement – Provided through the Nevada Public Employees’
Retirement System (PERS). The City of Boulder City provides an
Employer Pay Contribution Plan (EPC). Under this pre-tax plan, the
employer pays the total PERS contribution on your behalf. You pay for
your half of the PERS contribution through a salary reduction or in lieu
of a pay raise.
Holidays – Eleven and a half holidays and an additional floating holiday
per calendar year
About City of Boulder City
Capital Improvement Project Coordinator
Opening Date: July 29, 2019
Closing Date: August 19, 2019
Annual Salary: $78,361