Job Title: Project Manager 2 – Construction Administration
Department: Capital Planning
Reports To: Project Manager 3
Salary Range: $82,949 to $91,244
If you are good at:
Reviewing architectural designs
Evaluating technical reports and Cost Estimates
Effectively managing your time
Balancing competing priorities
Presenting ideas and information
Then this opportunity may be of interest to you.
We are seeking an experienced Project Manager 2 to review and process design submittals, generate potential school construction grants, and work collaboratively with other departments within the MSBA.
In this position, you will conduct technical reviews of school building design submittals received by the MSBA. You will also manage assigned school projects as they progress through the
MSBA’s grant process by applying policies, practices, and adhering to agreements with the goal of recommendations for school construction projects seeking approval from the MSBA’s Board of Directors.
This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who has a thorough understanding of the architectural design and review process of buildings.
We are seeking a Project Manager who embodies the MSBA’s core values of accountability, consideration, and teamwork.
We encourage you to apply if being involved in public K-12 school construction projects and performing technical review of school building design submittals energizes you. The ideal candidate is highly detail oriented, can prioritize tasks, effectively manage time, and is able to summarize and present technical information.
About the MSBA
Funding affordable, sustainable, and efficient schools in partnership with local communities across the state of Massachusetts is what we do at the MSBA. We fund, through a grant application and approval process, public schools Kindergarten to grade 12 capital improvement or renovation projects. Funding is made available through the dedicated 1% sales tax revenue the Authority receives. The capital funding of public-school projects is solid evidence of
taxpayers’ dollars at work. We use subject matter experts in architecture, design, construction project management, and civil engineering, to help us make informed recommendations to our
Board of Directors to approve school project funding. Visit us at https://www.massschoolbuildings.org to learn more about the MSBA for the detailed job description.
Key Position Highlights
- Perform technical review of architectural design submittals including: Feasibility studies, schematic designs, cost estimates, and other related documents for assigned projects as they proceed through various design phases.
- Provide technical review related documents prepared by professional consultants that may include verifying compliance with program criteria, code requirements, and procurement regulations and statutes.
- Prepare written technical review comments, letters, and/or e-mails to school districts, local officials, and consultants in accordance with MSBA policies and practices.