Under general supervision, Senior Program Manager:
Manages the development and execution of multiple projects and programs involving a high degree of technical, functional, and organizational complexity
Supervises the administration and execution of planning, design, review, bidding and quality control of multiple projects and/or programs
Oversees and monitors construction activities for such projects and/or programs; performs complex economic analyses to determine project feasibility
Prepares Requests For Proposals and Statements of Qualifications for hiring outside consultants and administers and participates in the consultant selection process
Prepares and/or supervises the development of project scopes, budgets, schedules, preliminary study development, cost estimates, and contract documents
Administers consultant contracts; assures design work meets the project requirements
Actively monitors the progress of projects; reviews, validates, and recommends corrective measures for consultant invoices and contract amendments
Builds and supervises an interdisciplinary team both under his/her direct report and matrix staff from other disciplines
Supervises program management staff including issuing work assignments, providing direction and performance management
•Registration as a professional Civil Engineer in the United States (proof required)*. •Ten or more years of increasingly responsible experience in project engineering, including two years of supervisory experience over project teams or engineering staff and including experience demonstrating direct responsibility for leading and managing at least three large, complex civil infrastructure projects or programs. This qualifying experience must have been gained after graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in Civil Engineering or closely related engineering field (proof required)* or after passing the E.I.T. examination in the field of Civil Engineering (proof required)*. If proof of degree or E.I.T. is not submitted, the qualifying time will be counted after the acquired date of the Professional Civil Engineer registration (proof required).*
Additional Salary Information: Medical and Dental Insurance
Retirement Plan (P.E.R.S.)
Paid Vacation, Personal Holidays and Sick Leave
Credit Union Membership
Flexible Spending Accounts
About Port of Long Beach
The Port of Long Beach is the second busiest container seaport in the United States and is a leading gateway for international trade. Founded in 1911 and having just celebrated its centennial year, it has grown to more than 3,200 acres and moves more than $150 billion in trade a year. East Asia trade accounts for more than 90 percent of Long Beach shipments with the top trading partners being China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
Also referred to as the City of Long Beach's Harbor Department, the Port of Long Beach is governed by the Board of Harbor Commissioners (BOHC). The Port's Executive Director is appointed by the Commission and is responsible for overall Port activities. The Executive Director is supported by a Deputy Executive Director and four Managing Directors: one each over Finance and Administration; Trade Development and Port Operations; Engineering; and Environmental Affairs and Planning. The Port employs approximately 530 staff and generates annual operating revenues in excess of $375 million. The Port is a recognized environmental leader, with award-winning environmental programs such as the Green Port Policy.
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