Missoula Parks and Recreation is seeking a motivated, experienced, and passionate team player to join its Project and Planning team.
Applications must be received before 5:00 PM on March 20, 2017
Develop, design, bid, and manage the progress of various Parks and Recreation projects, including construction and maintenance of public infrastructure such as playgrounds, parks, trails, skate facilities, tennis courts, restrooms, landscaping, irrigation systems, and parking lots; develop project maps and data bases; analyzes data for project planning and development; prepare project budgets, construction schedules, requests for proposals, procurements of services or materials, contract specifications and bid documents; assist in the development of park, trail and recreation facility standards, policies and construction methods; ensure compliance with federal, state and City municipal codes, regulations, guidelines and standards; prepare capital improvement program requests; negotiate and administer contracts with architects, contractors, and engineers, including contract documentation required for Federal Aid Projects; monitor and manage progress and costs of construction; inspect work and assure that plans and specifications are adhered to; review contractor estimates and requests for payment; conduct and coordinate timely departmental review of permits and comment on subdivisions and land use applications. See full Job description on website.
Present and coordinate projects with groups, including, neighborhoods, volunteers, Partners in Parks, developers, other government agencies, boards and elected officials; respond in a timely and responsive manner to citizen questions and concerns;
Monitor, track and document projects; prepare reports and documents, including grants for park and trail projects, master plans, detailed design and construction documents for park and trail projects; use computer aided drafting programs to develop construction ready project plans, specifications, design standards, maps and exhibits; research information on lands, such as ownership, zoning, subdivision conditions, historic uses, deeds, and related; research and compile information on technical standards for non-motorized transportation; assist in planning and implementing non-motorized trail policies.