A retired county administrator who took home $390,485 in pension benefits. A former Orange County schools superintendent with a pension of $370,000. An ex-sanitation worker for L.A.
The City of San Rafael is located just 17 miles north of San Francisco, with a population of 58,000 residents, and offers a lively urban environment while retaining the ease and comfort of a small town life. The City has an engaged, supportive and innovative City Council that desires to improve the infrastructure of the City by building a new public safety center and two new fire stations.
The City of San Rafael is looking for a Project Manager to oversee the critical construction of the essential public safety facilities, which began in early 2017. The Project Manager will be the City’s primary point of contact and will work closely with the City’s hired construction firm, Kitchell, and design firm, Mary McGrath Architects. The position is needed to work seamlessly with the design and construction management team to address issues as they arise, and represent the interests of San Rafael to ensure that these projects are delivered on time, on budget, and that the quality and long term durability of these critical city assets are maintained. This is your chance to be part of a legacy project.
The City is seeking a candidate with five years of project management experience, including at least 3 years managing multiple, large, complex construction projects simultaneously. The ideal candidate will have experience managing fire/police station projects and/or public safety center type projects.
Send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com or fax to: 415-485-3191
Apply by: September 26, 2017 for first consideration
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