Project ManagerCity of St. Joseph
Saint Joseph, MO Full time
Posted on October 11, 2017
|SALARY NEGOTIABLE DEPENDING ON QUALIFICATIONS
Oversees project and construction management of Public Works and other departmental projects throughout the City of Saint Joseph. Work involves administrative and technical assistance to the City Engineer.
|Examples of Duties & Responsibilities:|
Essential Duties and Responsibility
Performs all other related duties as assigned.
Employee Behavior and Conduct
City employees shall conduct themselves in a professional manner and shall exhibit and extend such professional conduct appropriate for the circumstances to those with whom they come into contact both internally and externally during the performance of their duties. Examples of professional conduct include, but are not limited to, being communicative, informative, fair, honest, and respectful.
|Knowledge, Skills & Abilities, Materials & Equipment, Working Environment/Physical Requirements:|
|Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Uses a wide range of materials and office equipment such as computer with various software applications, printers, and copiers. Also uses a wide range of tools when conducting inspections on city contracts. There may be times when use of personal vehicle may be required.
Working Environment/Physical Requirement
Work is mainly performed in an office setting with a controlled environment. Required to perform field visits in a wide range of weather conditions. Must be able to routinely lift objects weighing up to thirty pounds, occasionally lift objects weighing 50+ pounds with assistance. Some overnight or day travel may be required for business purposes. Vacation and other leave scheduling shall be requested of and approved by the appropriate supervisor
Associate's Degree in civil engineering or related field required.
Bachelor's Degree in civil engineering or related field preferred.
Passing of a drug screening required prior to appointment.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The City is a Governmental entity subject to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,
which requires that otherwise qualified handicapped individuals be protected from discrimination.