FILING DEADLINE: Position may be extended beyond the posted deadline depending upon THE APPLICANT pool.
GENERAL PURPOSE: Administers and maintains an automated master schedule of all District capital improvement projects; meets with managers in various departments to resolve project schedule conflicts and issues; and performs related duties as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have extensive experience with establishing P6 schedules for water infrastructure projects; have experience using various project management information systems; and have the ability to effectively communicate project cost and schedule control standards.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from a four-year college or university with a major in business or public administration, quantitative analysis or a closely related field; and four years of increasingly responsible experience in conducting statistical or research studies; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Experience in a governmental or public utility environment that provides familiarity with capital improvement planning and construction is preferred.
KNOWLEDGE OF: Phases, elements, methods and practices in planning and executing major capital improvement projects; principles and practices of engineering design and construction as they apply to a large water utility; applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations governing water system construction; principles and practices of systems analysis and design, including database design and management; basic relational database theory, functionality and applications development techniques; project management methods and techniques, including planning, prioritizing, scheduling and monitoring; District organization, functions, processes, policies and practices as they relate to capital improvement project planning and management; principles and practices of effective business communications.
ABILITY TO: Operate a computer and standard business software; learn the applications and uses and operate and maintain a highly complex automated project management software package; analyze complex problems, evaluate alternatives and make sound recommendations; organize, plan and complete systems installation and project management projects efficiently and in accordance with District quality standards; manage multiple, complex assignments independently and with a significant degree of initiative; plan and conduct effective user orientation and training programs; prepare clear, concise and accurate documentation, procedures and other written materials; make sound independent decisions within established guidelines; communicate clearly and effectively, orally and in writing; develop reports and presentations of complex, highly detailed project management data in a manner to communicate key information to various District audiences; use tact and diplomacy and work collaboratively with managers to resolve interdepartmental project scheduling issues and problems; establish and maintain effective working relationships with District managers, employees and others encountered in the course of work.
About Las Vegas Valley Water District
The Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) provides water to more than one million people in Southern Nevada and employs more than 1,400 regular full-time staff.
The Water District is one of seven member agencies that make up the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA), a regional agency formed in 1991 to address Southern Nevada's unique water needs on a regional basis. The Water District also acts as the managing agency for the Water Authority. Many employees work for both LVVWD and SNWA.
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