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The CRDA is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following position(s).
POSITION: Director of Facilities Management
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
UNION STATUS: Non-Union
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
JOB SUMMARY: The Director of Facilities Management is the principal interface between the Authority and its facilities manager: (i) manages and coordinates large and/or complex capital project program through all phases of design, permitting and construction; (ii) provides leadership for Authority’s facilities manager and its project management personnel by managing and coordinating such personnel’s interaction with the Authority and its staff, and with other third party consultants of the Authority; (iii) operates with significant independence and minimal supervision as the Authority’s principal project representative; (iv) meets regularly with senior management of the Authority and the facilities manager; and, (v) must work cooperatively with Authority departmental staff, facilities management, and third party consultant and construction personnel.
- Manage the operations of Boardwalk Hall and the Atlantic City Convention Center including capital projects.
- Ensure assigned projects are completed within budgets and schedules while meeting Authority needs, objectives, and guidelines.
- Prepare detailed project cost estimates and related documentation for project funding authorization by the Authority, and presentation of budget and capital program to the Authority’s governing body.
- Monitor progress, provide financial control and ensure quality of projects.
- Responsible for ensuring that facilities project management: (i) manage the project team, including architects, engineers, workplace consultants, construction managers, and administrative support; (ii) develop schedules and budgets for assigned projects; (iii) identify and evaluate alternative solutions to best meet program goals; and, (iv) prepare detailed project cost estimates and documentation for project funding authorization.
- Manage efforts with Authority support functions such as Legal, Finance, Insurance and Loss Prevention, Information Technology.
- Manage, as directed, special studies, initiatives, or due diligence assignments.
- Participate in or oversee the pre-qualification and bid evaluation process for consultants, contractors, and other external vendors, and select vendors and suppliers, all in accordance with Authority protocols.
- Interact with government and regulatory agencies as required to ensure that projects comply with all applicable legal requirements and regulations.
- Lead regular capital project review meetings with appropriate Authority and facilities management staff, and turn troubled projects around, where required.
- Make presentations to Authority executive staff, the governing body, and its Committees.
- Make hiring recommendations, manage and develop assigned staff of the Authority.
- Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
- Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business, Engineering, Construction, or related field, preferred but not required.
- Minimum of 15 years of experience in the direct management of large, complex capital projects with responsibility for analysis, permitting and approvals, budget development and control, estimating, design and construction coordination, and project scheduling.
- Experience in large public facilities and renovation projects, and/or new construction.
- Must exhibit initiative and strong desire to achieve results, while demonstrating an ability to manage complexity and understand organizational and political aspects of the effort.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong problem solving, analytical and continuous improvement skills.
- Demonstrated progressive leadership skills, including relationship building and team motivation by being a role model for integrity in all aspects of the effort.
To be considered for this position, submit your letter of interest and resume to:
Director of Facilities Management position
Attn: Director of HR
15 S. Pennsylvania Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
All potential CRDA employees are subject to the successful completion of a background check investigation.
September 7, 2018