The town of Weymouth has a challenging opportunity for a Sr. Project Manager. Under the direction of the Director of Asset Management or their designee, and in accordance with state and local laws, the employee plans and carries out the regular work in accordance with standard practices and previous training, with substantial responsibility for determine the sequence of timing and action and substantial independence in planning and organizing work activities including determining work methods. A summary of the position is below.
At the outset of each project, review all project information available from space needs reports, and other preliminary design, site evaluations and other reports. Advise the appropriate person(s) of any recommendations that should be modified with particular attention to budget estimates and operating requirements. Prepare the request for proposal (RFP) in compliance with MGL Ch.7C §§ 44-58 for design services for each project in coordination with appointed committees and oversee all aspects of the procurement process including advertising, reviewing and evaluating proposals, interviewing finalists, checking references and providing the Director of Asset Management or their designee with a recommendation for a designer.
Provide, as an advisor and representative of the town, administrative, management and technical services as needed to coordinate work of the contractor, sub-contractor(s) and other consultants in order to complete the projects in accordance with budget objectives, construction schedules and overall quality.
Prior to the start of construction, conduct a special meeting to coordinate and communicate duties and responsibilities to all parties on the project, and review the contractor’s master construction schedule, in order to ensure that all federal, state and local fire and safety codes and regulations are clearly delineated and to answer any questions.
Works with The Director of Asset Management and The Deputy Director of Central Maintenance to ensure cost effectiveness and efficiency operations and strives to protect the longevity of these important community assets

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In order to be considered, candidates must possess an engineering and/or facilities/construction related degree or equivalency to bachelor’s degree in a related field, supplemented with completion of technical seminars and programs. Seven or more years directly related experience in public construction or facilities maintenance. Experience with architectural engineering, mechanical engineering, facilities management or technical degrees, in a directly related field, preferred. OSHA Training and MCPPO Certification and experience with public sector construction highly desirable.

The salary range for this position is $71,903.30 to $78,903.20

Interested candidates should forward their resume Human Resources, Town of Weymouth, 182 Green St., N. Weymouth, MA 02191; or via email to

The town of Weymouth is an EEO/AA employer.