These are professional, managerial positions which supervise and/or manage a division, units or program/sand assigned personnel. Responsibilities include: operational oversight. strategic planning and budget preparation, direct supervision of employees, performance management, recruitment, interviewing, employee relations, employee development, productivity and efficiency, citizen and community relations communications, assigned projects or programs and development and implementation of policies and procedures. The focus of this position is on tactical or operational management with both long and short-range assignment. Higher level management positions may become more involved in long term planning and major community projects with specific community groups or major financial implications. Reports to a Manager, Senior Manager or Director.
Plan, organize, supervise, directs, and reviews the work of assigned personnel, including consultants in the execution of various types of process improvements.
Personnel Management: Manage e-Builder System Administrator, Procurement Liaison, System Controls.
Project Management Information System Management: Provide direction to system administrators. Monitor system performance including projects, processes, schedules, contracts, and expenditures through the e-Builder software. Updating cost and budget information between financial systems and PMIS. Updating dashboards and reports.
Project Resource Tracking. Creating, updating, and reviewing project manager time tracking information. Ensuring system information is correct, reviewed, and updated accordingly. Ability to create Ad-Hoc reports as required by management and department directors. Ensuring that approvals occur in a timely manner from the management team.
Data management and reporting solutions – Update and provide information as requested by project managers, senior management, and auditors. Maintaining and updating various reports from varying datasets and software(s) to create cross-functional reports routinely and on request.
Updates department specific business practices and standard operating procedures. Involves coordination with department managers and project managers to identify best practices and new process implementation.
Responsible for development, collaboration and implementation of Project Management Institute best practices and processes including Project Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring and Control, and Project Closeout.
CIP Program and CIP Budget cross-departmental coordination and support
Coordination with Office of Financial Management during the annual capital budget cycle from kickoff through capital budget adoption.
Directs and assists in the overall direction of the CIP Program to all departments across the County.
Strategic Planning and Alignment with Department and BCC initiatives
Assists with the overall approach and direction of the Capital budget to ensure alignment with BCC strategic initiatives.
Assists management team with human resources and workforce initiatives that meet department goals and objectives.
Ensures the development of an operational budget that meets department training, technology, and other critical needs in support of Capital Project’s mission.
Implement tools, practices, and guidelines that increase department efficiency, transparency, and standardization, where appropriate.
Manages proactive assessments of fraud awareness, prevention, detection, and risk mitigation activities in the area of responsibility; oversees financial, compliance, operational and performance audits; reviews audit findings and ensures appropriate controls are established and implemented.
Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university in business, engineering, public policy, or related field and four (4) years of related experience.
- OR - An Associates degree from an accredited college or university and six (6) years of job-related experience OR Eight (8) years of experience in lieu of a degree.
Two or more supervisory years of experience is required.
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Pay: $63,627.20 - $87,880.00
This Posting is currently Open Until Filled
Enjoy great benefits including Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Florida Retirement System (FRS) and many, many more!
Utilize our award-winning wellness program including free gyms and classes at multiple Sarasota County Government locations.
Enjoy 11 paid holidays, 3 personal days and 16 paid vacation days in the first year of full-time employment with increasing accrual rates with years of service. (That adds up to a possible 30 days off in your 1st year!)
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We believe in work life balance and have excellent benefits including a state pension, medical and dental insurance, generous leave plan, training programs, wellness programs including a fitness center. Our mission is to be the most livable and best managed community in the country, providing quality services, programs and facilities that reflect the goals of the community. Our employees are committed to demonstrating our values: Respect, Accountability, Integrity, Quality, Teamwork and Trust. Sarasota has world-famous beaches, over 80 parks and 100 golf courses, and is known as the cultural capital of Florida with museums of art, theaters, an aquarium, botanical gardens and the annual international film festival. Unsurpassed beauty, rich cultural offering, diverse educational opportunities, wide-ranging recreational possibilities make Sarasota a great place to live and work! Sarasota County - One Team!Tobacco/Drug Free Work EnvironmentEOE/AA/ADA