Job Details

Infrastructure Engineering Project Manager II/I

Company

Montgomery Parks, M-NCPPC

Published

2021-09-23

Closes

2021-11-01

Location

Wheaton, Maryland, United States

Category

Engineering, Government, Landscape Architecture

Type

Full-time

Description

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning is seeking an Engineering Project II/I, in its Park Development Division, to conduct infrastructure condition assessments and implement projects related to the rehabilitation of existing infrastructure and creation of new park amenities throughout the Montgomery County, MD park system.

Minimum Qualifications

Engineering (Design & Construction) Project Manager II Grade 26 ($61,231 - $104,980)

  1. A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or a degree in any related field.
  2. Four years of progressively responsible design and/or construction experience that includes substantive work in the range of the duties and   responsibilities in this class specification.
  3. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted, which together total 8 years.
  4. Valid driver’s license in accordance with both State and Commission rules and regulations. Driver’s license must be unencumbered by restrictions, revocations, suspensions, or points that could limit the employee’s ability to drive Commission vehicles or perform driving duties required by the position of assignment. 

Engineering (Design & Construction) Project Manager I Grade 22 ($54,066 - $92,517)

  1. A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or a degree in any related field.
  2. Two years progressively responsible design and/or construction management experience that includes the substantive work in the range of the duties and responsibilities on the class specification.
  3. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted, which together total 6 years. 
  4. Valid driver’s license in accordance with State and Commission rules and regulations. Driver’s license must be unencumbered by restrictions, revocations, suspensions, or points that could limit the employee’s ability to drive Commission vehicles or perform driving duties required by the position of assignment.