Reports to: Vice President, PMDC Hours/Week: 37.5 FLSA: Non Exempt
Hudson River Park Trust (the “Trust”) seeks a Manager of Project Administration (“the MPA”) to assist the Design and Construction Department in contract procurement from inception through close-out. The MPA will work closely with the Assistant Vice President of Design & Construction (AVP) to enforce, strengthen, and, as necessary, help implement systems related to administering budget, contract management and compliance for all capital projects, including architecture, engineering, construction management, construction, material inspection, and capital maintenance projects. For on-going capital projects, the MPA will assist the AVP in supervising the Trust’s capital contract compliance system, including but not limited to tracking and communicating project schedules, budgets, performing compliance audits as necessary, and ensuring consultant and contractor deliverables and inspection reports are submitted properly and in a timely fashion. At contract close-out, the MPA will assist the AVP in the provision of contractor performance evaluations, and assuring the proper turn-over of completed assets from the Design & Construction Department to the Operations, Facilities, Finance, and Legal departments.
The Trust is a public benefit corporation created by act of the New York State Legislature and a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The mission of the Trust is to design, construct and maintain a prominent, and very heavily used, 4 mile long waterfront park on the west side of Manhattan. The Park includes landscaped public piers and display gardens, lawn areas, ecological planting zones, athletic fields, esplanades, docks, public sculptures and other special features. Also located within the Park are several commercial facilities, including the Pier 40 parking garage, Pier 57 development site, Circle Line excursion piers and Chelsea Piers. The Trust covers its $28 million annual operating budget through parking revenue, rents, permits, fees, grants, donations generated by a “Friends” organization and other private sources. Approximately 75% of the Park has been constructed with a mix of State, City and Federal capital funding. Total investment in all facilities within the Park is approximately $540 million.
The Manager of Project Administration’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Required Education and Experience:
Competitive annual salary of $65,000 - $80,000, depending upon qualifications, and an excellent benefits package including: paid holidays, vacation time, sick and personal time, medical, dental and vision insurance, and participation in New York State Pension System.
Interested applicants are to submit a cover letter describing their interest in this position and a resume to Kate Yarhouse, Director of Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org. Indicate Job Code: HRPT 2017 MPA in the subject line of the email.
No phone calls please.
More information on the Hudson River Park is available at:
The Hudson River Park Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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