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Associate Project Manager I
Ref No.: 18-01581
Location: New York, New York
Position Type:Contract
Start Date / End Date: 11/01/2018 to 10/31/2019
Project Description: Under supervision, assist Construction Administrator with capital projects.
40 Hours (Nunpaid lunch hours.)
Hours of Work: 8:00 A.M. -4:30 P.M.

Work Location: Various locations in five Boroughs of New York City

Qualifications Requirements: A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college in
Civil/Structural Engineering

Experience Requirements: The candidate will need a minimum of 2 years
construction/design experience as a civil/structure engineer or inspector fr a large and/or
complex projects management.

Licensing Requirements: None

Special Skills/Training Requirements: Ability to read and interpret Contract drawings and
specifications. Familiar with Construction Management Procedures and knowledge
of mass transit fcilities. Ability to communicate effectively with excellent written, verbal
and communication skills

Description of Work: Field inspection and coordination of construction work with emphasis on
Structural aspect with respect to SBMP Rehabilitation work fr Stations at various
locations. Will be required to, but not limited to, review shop drawings and as-built
drawings, develop scopes of work and estimates for additional work orders, and
coordinate TA Labor services and inspections of field activities to ensure that the contract
requirements are met. In addition to duties as described in item #13, the following may also
be required
• Attend design progress meetings and conduct Field Trips to investigate and document
various field conditions
• Perform various support tasks such as Master Plans, Design EFA. Design Progress
Reports, Project Status Reports, Distribution of documents for review and monitor
submittals and RFI tracking log
• Prepare Excel, Access and Word reports including graphs, bar charts, plots, etc.
• Provide support in processing consultant payments & preparing Bid Documents
• Perform various document control activities including logs, reports, etc.
• Monitor cost control reports and take corrective action
• Other Capital Programs support as deemed appropriate by Construction Administrator