Job Title: Project Manager – Strategic Planning
Job Location: San Diego
Employer Website: https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/
The County of San Diego, Department of General Services, Asset Management Division (AMD) has an opening for Project Manager – Strategic Planning. AMD is responsible for managing the County’s real estate portfolio, and for developing the County’s strategic facility plan and individual project planning (including environmental analyses, obtaining entitlements, conceptual site planning, etc.) leading to the approval of funding for implementation. This includes developing high-level strategies in response to emerging County programs, as well as the development of the Capital Improvement Needs Assessment and Major Maintenance Implementation Programs.
The ideal candidate for the Project Manager-Strategic Planning position with the Asset Management Division will have experience as a Project Manager or Facilities Planner/Analyst, preferably in the public sector, with involvement in the following areas: space planning, design, environmental review(s), assessing facility needs and developing responsive programming documents, preparing cost estimates and program budgets, and developing materials and recommendations for decision-makers. This includes developing high-level strategies in response to emerging County programs, as well as the development of the Capital Improvement Needs Assessment and Major Maintenance Implementation Programs.
The Project Manager-Strategic Planning will integrate data from various sources to develop, monitor and update enterprise-wide facility plans, including the County’s long-range Capital and Major Maintenance programs.
A successful Project Manager-Strategic Planning will work independently with clients, consultants, and project teams to prepare analyses, conceptual plans, and cost estimates. Have strong analytical and writing skills and fully developed soft skills, including political acumen, the ability to build consensus within both small and large team environments, a willingness to initiate process improvements, and commitment to improving performance and client service. An understanding of entitlement processes and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is preferred.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency in city/regional planning, architecture, engineering, construction management or a closely related field; AND two (2) years of professional-level project management experience performing development planning, research, data analysis, computations, project coordination/ management, grants management, or management support activities in architecture/construction, OR
- Six (6) years of professional-level experience in the construction industry as a superintendent or manager of multi-trade construction projects in the performance of general construction and or specialized construction with projects valued at more than $1,000.000.
Apply by date: 11/22/2021