Reports to: Senior Vice President, PMDC
Hudson River Park Trust (the "Trust") seeks a Project Manager for its Design & Construction department. This exciting position presents an opportunity for a design and construction project management professional to join a team creating and reconstructing high profile public open spaces and structures on Manhattan's west side waterfront. Projects will include significant work to park open spaces, buildings, and infrastructure.
The Project Manager will be part of a collaborative team taking multiple park projects from concept design through construction completion. The Project Manager will manage publicly procured: (1) multi-disciplinary consultant teams of design professionals, and (2) construction contractors and construction managers. The position will require taking a leading role in detailed reviews of contract drawings and technical specifications, schedules, budgets, and reports. This position requires exceptional organizational and communications skills, landscape architecture and/or site civil design project management experience, construction administration experience, and an understanding of public procurement rules and regulations.
The projects will be funded through a combination of public and private resources; consequently, the position must satisfy exacting standards relating to procurement, budget control and communications among all stakeholders to ensure a smooth process. These will be rapidly paced projects and the selected candidate must be able to thrive in such an environment.
The Trust is a public benefit corporation created by act of the New York State Legislature and a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The mission of the Trust is to design, construct and maintain a four mile long waterfront park on the west side of Manhattan. The Park features landscaped public piers, ecological planting zones, athletic fields, esplanades, docks, public sculptures and other special features. The Park also contains a significant number of commercial use and maintenance structures, including Park concessions, rental buildings and Pier 40 which houses a large parking garage and the administrative and operations headquarters of the Trust.
Approximately 75% of the Park has been constructed to date, primarily funded through a mix of State, City and Federal capital funding.
The Project Manager responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Required Education and Experience:
Competitive annual salary of $90,000 to $100,000, depending upon qualifications, and an excellent benefits package including: paid holidays, vacation time, sick and personal time, medical, dental and vision insurance, and participation in New York State Pension System.
Interested applicants are to submit a cover letter outlining their interest in this position and a resume to the Director of Human Resources at the email address listed. Indicate Job Code: SR PM 2019 in the subject line of the email.
No phone calls please.
More information on the Hudson River Park is available at:
The Hudson River Park Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $90,000.00 to $100,000.00 /year