Under limited supervision, plans, coordinates, administers, and manages multiple projects as assigned, including but not limited to administrative support to the capital projects program and procurement process. Takes requests from the Director, Deputy Director, Assistant Director, Facilities Manager, Airport Security & Terminal Manager, and the Police Commander. Performs a wide variety of professional and technical duties both routine and complex. The position requires an individual with good judgment and ability to make quick logical decisions based on existing policies, knowledge, and experience. Coordinates project submittal and procurement while being highly responsible within complex or specialized projects; leads and oversees assigned projects; provides information and assistance to the various department heads, directors and the public; creates and provides financial and project reporting; and performs other duties as assigned.
Any combination of education and experience which has provided the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for satisfactory job performance. A bachelor's degree in public or business administration, engineering, construction management, finance, accounting, general management, or related field is preferred, along with at least three years of program management experience preferably in a public agency. Must have a valid Texas driver's license.
Reasonable accommodation will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is required to exert up to 25 pounds of force occasionally to lift and carry files and documents. The employee is also required to reach, speak, stand, stoop, talk, see, and walk. Also requires the ability to make rational decisions and perform repetitive motions.
*The City of Amarillo will consider all relevant education and experience when determining an applicants minimum qualifications and starting salary.
Additional Salary Information: *The City of Amarillo will consider all relevant education and experience when determining an applicants minimum qualifications and starting salary.
About City of Amarillo
The City of Amarillo has a Commission-Manager form of government. This means that elected officials make policy decisions, and the staff, led by the City Manager, implements them. The Mayor and the four members of the City Commission are elected for two-year terms. They receive input from 34 boards and commissions. The City Manager is the chief administrative officer for the organization, responsible for carrying out the City Commission's policy decisions and directing the City's 2,000 employees.