Purpose: To manage and oversee the strategic projects and assigned project managers; to review and approve technical aspects of each project; to negotiate, in coordination with the Director/Deputy Director, consultant contracts and work orders for each project; to work with the Assistant Director A/E Services and the Program Manager of Construction to ensure proper construction coverage and support for each project. To manage assigned strategic capital improvement projects to ensure that they are well-planned, coordinated, scoped, budgeted and designed; constructed safely, on schedule, within budget, with good quality, with minimal operational impacts and with positive effects on overall security.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Architecture.
EXPERIENCE: 10+ years of professional experience managing large, complex capital project required. Demonstrated experience with planning, facilities management, permitting, design, financing, budgeting, construction and start-up of capital projects required.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: FY2019-4
About Massport / Logan International Airport
The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) is a world-class independent public authority which develops, promotes and manages airports, the seaport and transportation infrastructure to enable Massachusetts and New England to compete successfully in the global marketplace.
We are Logan International Airport, New England's gateway to the world and the nation's 19th busiest airport.
We are L.G. Hanscom Field, the region's premier general aviation airport.
We are Worcester Regional Airport, an emerging gateway serving the growing needs of Central Massachusetts.
We are the Tobin Memorial Bridge, Boston's major link to Points North and a vital artery for tens of thousands of workers who rely on the bridge for their daily commute.
We are the Port of Boston, whose hundreds of waterfront businesses and more than 9,000 workers, bring hundreds of thousands of cruise passengers through Boston and ship more than a million tons of cargo every year.
We are the Massachusetts Port Authority. Our facilities employ more than 20,000 people and generate more than $8 billion for the region's economy every year. By safely and securely moving passengers and goods, our airports, seaport ...and other world-class transportation facilities lay the foundation of individual freedom and economic prosperity for New England in today's global marketplace.