Construction Manager II (Crooked Creek) - Department of Water Resources
Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources
June 4, 2018
$58,971.00 - $68,553.00 Annual
Full Time - Experienced
Engineering & Design Staff
4 Year Degree
This position will be responsible for the management of the Crooked Creek CP-4 Improvement project. Scope of this project includes the replacement or modifications of the remaining key processes within the existing Crooked Creek Water Reclamation Facility (CCWRF), such as the septage receiving station, chemical addition facilities, secondary clarifiers, U.V. system, post aeration system, solids handling facilities, plant hydraulic gradient, and plant access and site security. Other responsibilities will include directing and managing an inspection contract, arranging inspections, and determining the appropriate corrective action based upon the inspection results. This position will prioritize and assign inspection work, provide QA/QC of asset inspection documentation, provide budget reviews, and schedules and change orders. This position will interface with CCWRF operations and maintenance staff, consultants, and general contractors. The selected individual will need to prepare memoranda, review construction reports and cost estimates, respond to contract compliance questions from staff, management, and contractors. The individual will have the capability to review design documents prepared by others, and recognize and resolve various construction related issues.
Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management, Civil or Environmental Engineering, or closely related;
Five years of experience in construction management
Project management, and construction inspection experience preferred;
Or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.
Valid Georgia Driver's License
Knowledge and Skills
Basic knowledge of water and wastewater unit treatment processes
Experience with the design and construction of water and sewer pipelines and storm water collection systems
Knowledge of construction methods and practices
Erosion and sedimentation control principles and standards
Excellent communication skills – written and verbal
Microsoft Office Suite – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MS Project (scheduling)
Field safety requirements
About Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources
The Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources is a publicly-owned utility, committed to providing excellent water, wastewater and stormwater services at the best possible value to the citizens of Gwinnett County. The department is widely recognized for service excellence in the operation of 2 water production facilities, 3 water reclamation facilities and 226 pump stations. In addition, DWR maintains 3,667 miles of water lines, 2,654 miles of sewer lines and 1,325 miles of stormwater pipe. The Department of Water Resources takes pride in stewardship of the environmental resources entrusted to us and pledge to be responsible as we manage water as a limited, but renewable, resource.