PN# 26373: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (Exec Level)
Applications accepted from: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
Reporting Location: 111 Standifer St. Humble, TX 77338
Workdays & Hours: Monday Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.*
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES/ ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
The Houston Airport System’s Assistant Director-Construction Management (ADCM) will be Responsible for the Construction phase of all capital projects, commissioning, Operational Readiness and Airport Transfer, and closeout. The range of projects under management include improvements to runways, taxiways, roadways, sewer, power, water, parking garages, terminals, and transit systems within the Houston Airport System. The ADCM will be responsible for a work force consisting of engineers, surveyors, and inspectors.
Under the general direction of the Director, Program Management Delivery, the ADCM’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Managing construction associated with every project, and holding to approved scope, schedule, budget, and quality.
- Providing overall management of the Infrastructure Division Construction Management Team.
- Reviewing and adhering to safety programs and procedures established by the Department.
- Reviewing and approving safety reports and practices submitted by contractors. Responding to safety issues and making recommendations for corrective actions.
- Building and motivating team members to meet project goals, and project milestones. Preparing performance reviews, identifying, and providing opportunities for staff development, and other personnel matters.
- Reviewing all project permitting efforts and documentation developed by the various contractors for compliance and completeness. Establishing a tracking program to monitor permit application and receipt of permits to support project milestones.
- Developing and submitting progress reports, briefings, and presentations to the Department Director.
Must be able to pass a criminal background check, obtain and maintain federally mandated security clearances where required.
There are no major sources of discomfort, i.e., essentially normal office environment with acceptable lighting, temperature and air conditions.