Infrastructure Development Manager
The Infrastructure Development Manager supervises and manages the Infrastructure Development work group of the Capital Development Department to deliver a variety of capital projects to improve and sustain effective project delivery. The position is responsible for helping assigned project managers. The position’s profile requires high levels of interpersonal engagement, particularly within STA, to support objectives of the department, working across divisions of the agency to ensure timely results. The Infrastructure Development Manager supports the Capital Development Department and the Department of Planning and Development in improving project management tools, procedures, and performance measurements. Additional responsibilities include providing technical and quality guidance to the STA Executive Team as directed.
Ideal Candidate Profile
History of successfully directing the development of design, engineering or construction projects significantly complex and costs, from preliminary design through project completion
Experienced in delivering public works projects on time and within budget
Subject matter expert on state and federal laws and regulations governing public works projects
Leader with a demonstrated history of conflict resolution, problem solving and team building
History of developing project controls and SOPs which align with industry best practices
Able to effectively communicate and/or collaborate with internal stakeholders, executive staff, board of directors, external agencies and consultants
PE license or PMP certification
Examples of Duties
Develop and deliver STA’s construction-related programs within its approved capital improvement program and operating budget – on time and within budget – to support STA’s mission in providing public transportation to the region.
Lead a motivated team of project managers and consultants in delivering projects, ensuring team members have adequate support and resources to successfully manage and deliver projects.
Maintain positive working relationships in support of capital program delivery objectives.
Support the capital project managers and establish and maintain best practices for capital program delivery
Education and Experience
Minimum of ten years of progressively responsible experience as a project or program manager in a related design, engineering or construction field, with three years or more of supervisory experience of professional staff. A graduate degree in engineering, architecture, construction management or related field from an accredited school is preferred. A professional engineer (PE) license or project management professional (PMP) certification is highly preferred.
Spokane Transit is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of age, disability, ethnicity/race, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or veteran status.