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MNCPPC

Project Quality Management Specialist

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Job Code: 2149946
Posted On:
Closing On:
Saturday, 21st July 2018
Friday, 31st August 2018
Location: Riverdale, MD 20737
Duration: Full Time
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Job Description:

The Montgomery County Department of Parks seeks a well-rounded and experienced design/construction professional to be a Project Quality Management Specialist in its Park Development Division. This person will be primarily responsible for establishing and implementing quality management processes for the Department's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects that help achieve quality designs and ensure that projects are constructed and delivered on time and within budget.

The Park Development Division is responsible for the implementation of the Department's $220 million CIP, a six-year plan for the acquisition, design, construction, and renovation of the more than 400 parks on more than 37,000 acres of parkland within Montgomery County, Maryland.  CIP projects vary from renovating playgrounds, trails, ballfields, courts, historical structures, park activity buildings, nature centers, and maintenance facilities, replacing culverts and bridges, restoring streams, to renovating whole parks and developing new parks.

The Montgomery County Department of Parks is part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC).  M-NCPPC is a six-time award-winning, nationally recognized agency and recipient of the National Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Parks and Recreation management, serving the Maryland region adjacent to Washington, D. C.  The Department has a career staff of nearly 800 employees, and serves a diverse population of more than one million residents.  We have an annual operating budget of over $100 million.

This position may be filled at Grade 28 (Landscape Architect, Engineer, and Architect), or Grade 26 (Project Manager II), depending upon the applicant's qualifications.

The incumbent plays a key role in project development teams and works closely with project managers, construction managers, and procurement staff to ensure the technical accuracy, consistency, constructability,  and completeness of construction documents, bid forms, and cost estimates. S/he must work proactively in a multi-disciplinary team setting during the entire project development process to minimize design deficiencies and conflicts, improve consistency, and enhance construction conformance. The incumbent also recommends improvements to project development processes through feedback from lessons learned and industry best practices and new trends. S/he may also undertake some project implementation depending upon qualifications and workload.

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