OCWR has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Project Manager supporting the PMO. The selected candidate will be a satellite employee stationed at the South Region / Prima Deshecha Landfill and reporting to the Region’s assigned Sr. Project Manager.
The Project Manager will be responsible for, but not limited to:
Independently managing a broad range of landfill related horizonal, maintenance/repair, operations, and capital projects (includes both public works and non-public works projects).
Managing service contracts (landfill gas, liquids management, habitat maintenance, pest abatement, etc.), facilities maintenance/repair (paving, painting, fencing, HVAC, tenant improvement, etc.) and moderately technical and complex capital projects.
Projects from inception to completion, utilizing tools and techniques derived from the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK) developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Managing all project phases that include initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling and closing.
Supporting the Department and Landfills to ensure compliance with legislative and environmental regulations specific to the solid waste industry.
Overseeing complex landfill maintenance, repair, facilities and capital improvement design, planning, and construction projects.
Authoring Scopes of Work, Request for Proposals, Contract Task Orders, Agenda Staff Reports and contract agreements.
Serving as Subject Matter Experts on various Department committees and initiatives.
Drafting, negotiating, and executing different contracting vehicles that include Purchase Orders, Regional Cooperative Agreements, Job Order Contracts, Design-Bid-Build, Design-Build, Construction Manager at Risk, Landfill Service Contracts, A-E On-Call Contracts, Task Orders, and other Special Service Contracts.
Proficiently using scheduling software and/or specialized project management software.
Utilizing templates for planning, executing, controlling, and reporting on the performance of each capital project.
Working with real property transactions and public property permits.
Managing typical OCWR construction projects that range from medium ($500K-$2M) to large ($2M+), including public works projects as well as non-public works projects such as maintenance and repair projects.
Other duties as assigned.
Location: Orange County, CA