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Watershed Manager I

Company: City of Atlanta
Location: Atlanta
Posted on: July 9, 2024

Job Description:

Posting expires: July 10, 2024Salary range: $58,596 - $97,588WATERSHED MANAGER I (ADMIN)General DescriptionThe management analyst sr. for OWTR administration is responsible for all OWTR contracts. Assists with procuring the right services from the vendors in a timely manner at the lowest cost and best value in the best interest of the City. -Will be responsible for -managing the administration of ongoing contracts to assure -services meet contract requirements. conducting analysis; interpreting rules and regulations; performing general clerical and administrative functions; -conducting training; preparing reports; and processing associated paperwork.Classification Standards -This position will demonstrate a substantial understanding of the job requirements and applies knowledge and skills to a wide range -of tasks within one or more of the following areas.

  • Manages the activities of existing contracts to assure they are completed on time, efficiently and meet the specific -organizational quality measurements desired. - Organizes team meetings with contractors to ensure goals are -being met. - Develops detailed corrective action processes when deficiencies are found.
  • Reviews and approves with plant managers monthly invoices from contractors for work completed.
  • Advises consultants and project managers regarding potential contractual problems and provides contractual -interpretations as required.
  • Signs work authorizations for vendors to begin work at authorized locations. -
  • Plans, directs, and organizes inspections to assure contractors meet the specified organizational -measurements. -
  • Provides excellent service by responding to requests within one business day; responds to internal -queries and provides notice of project changes and final notice of project award.
  • Provides legislative talking points to Deputy Commissioner for upcoming contract legislation. -
  • Reviews technical specifications prepared by User Agency. - Reviews Request for Proposals (RFP) and Invitations -to Bid (ITBs) for all assigned projects. - Schedules and attend project team meetings and provides procurement -advisory and follow-up information to User Agency personnel. - Develops performance criteria for evaluation of -proposals. - Coordinates team meeting. -
  • Communicates any changes in policy, procurement methods, standards, and regulations to department managers and administrative staff. - Conducts bi-monthly in-house procurement training sessions.
  • Ensures contracts are followed and any errors or problems corrected. - Conducts quality control/quality -assurance analysis on RFPs and ITBs. -
  • Develops contracts with related legislation and budgets; prepares and processes contract modifications, as -warranted.
  • Manages the budget of each contract to ensure no overages are incurred. -DATA ANALYSIS
    • Receives assignments and plans for data collection and analysis for assigned departmental functions or -activities.
    • -Designs custom reports and data displays for projects and standard report formats for ongoing functions -based on organizational needs for information. -
    • -Reviews assigned operating records and/or databases for quality.
    • Identifies processes or reporting -functions that do not provide the necessary level of completeness, detail, or accuracy. -
    • -Designs standard report formats based on organizational needs for information. -
    • -Retrieves and summarizes data from various information systems for inclusion into research or operating -reports. -Knowledge, SKILLS, and abilities
      • Solid understanding of NIGP and COA Procurement practices, policies, and procedures.
      • Knowledge of contracts and how they are applied. - Broad knowledge of all facets of profession and related fields.
      • Skills in use of Microsoft Office, accounting software, databases.
      • Good planning, organizational and communication skills.
      • Ability to handle escalated issues.
      • Ability to use independent judgment and discretion.
      • Skilled in operation of computers to retrieve data and prepare reports and presentations; in writing narrative -reports; in communicating. -
      • Skill in leading groups and in speaking to groups.
      • Ability to organize and present data in presentations and narrative reports. -
      • Ability to review data and -identify data trends and/or inconsistencies.Minimum qualifications - -Bachelor's degree in Procurement, Accounting, Business Administration, or related fields -6 to 8 years of related experience, or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which -provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.Licensures and Certifications -No license or certificate required; however National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) courses / -certification is helpful. -

Keywords: City of Atlanta, Atlanta , Watershed Manager I, Executive , Atlanta, Georgia

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