This is advanced professional and administrative work with supervisory responsibility that reports to the Chief, Program Manager Office of the Facilities & Infrastructure Management Division (FIMD) in Internal Services Department. This position directly supervises large capital projects, multi-year capital budget as well as new construction and renovation projects; tracks full cycle of multiple projects as needed monitoring workflow of assignments and documentation from planning and initiation phase through construction as well as project closeouts for all projects. This position is responsible for managing a team of architects, construction managers, contractors, consultants and other professionals for all large capital projects that compromise program portfolio; responsible for data collection and documentation of project lifecycle in order to create necessary reports to provide proper accurate expenditures and projections for future requisitions. This entails accounting for timely completion of assigned capital improvement program, ensuring projects are on schedule, within budget, high quality, cost effective and appropriate to the County’s needs, policies, procedures and stipulations; organizing, plans and controls the design and constructions efforts. Participation of preliminary and developmental stage of major capital program projects to assure scope, schedule and phasing are adequately defined. Provides support during contract negotiation, approval of award of contracts, payments, tracking, evaluation of bids and change orders for assigned projects. Carries out communication among project stakeholders; responds to audits and/or inquires by various entities. Reviews and approves design and construction submittals and operating plans received by the County. Entail the application of project management methodology, principles, practices and techniques, including but not limited to, integration, scope, schedule, cost, quality, resource planning, communications, risk management, mitigation and procurement.
The Internal Services Department (ISD) provides a wide range of internal support services for the ongoing operation of County government. ISD supports governmental operations by providing a wide variety of essential services to County departments including: countywide procurement and vendor services, capital program management, construction and renovation management, facility management, surplus property disposition, fleet management, risk management, capital inventory administration, small business development, real estate development, Americans with Disabilities Act compliance, elevator regulation and elevator contract management, materials management, printing services, and parking services. ISD serves a wide range of internal and external customers and stakeholders including County departments and employees, municipalities, the business community, and Miami-Dade County residents and visitors.
Bachelor's degree. A minimum of five years of experience in project management to include establishing a project charter/road map, resource allocation, and monitoring performance and quality metrics.
Experience in large-scale construction or capital projects preferred. Coursework or training in Project Management is preferred.
Internal Number: Job Opening 58764
About Miami-Dade County
With an estimated population of 2.8 million people, Miami?Dade County is the most populous county in the southeastern United States and the seventh largest in the nation by population. Approximately 424 square miles (excluding bay and coastal water) of the County are within the urbanized area, while the total county area currently covers a total of 2,431 square miles, bound by Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Everglades National Park to the west, the Florida Keys to the south, and Broward County to the north.
Miami?Dade County is unique in its structure and has been recognized nationally for our dedication to
results?oriented and resilience?focused management and employs approximately 30,000 employees. The FY 2019?20 Adopted Budget is balanced at $8.909 billion. Many of our programs and services have received awards based on our service delivery planning and allocation of resources. The County has operated since 1957 under a unique metropolitan system of government known as a "two?tier federation” of government: city and county. We are, in effect, a regional government with certain powers effective throughout the entire county, including ... 34 municipalities located within the county, and a municipal government for the unincorporated area of the county.