NYC Parks Natural Resources Construction Supervisor Position

NYC Department of Parks and Recreation is seeking a Natural Resources Construction Supervisor for the Olmsted Center in Queens.  This is a full-time position with an annual salary range of $82,872 - $92,000.

The mission of Forestry, Horticulture, & Natural Resources is to protect, restore, expand and manage New York City’s natural spaces and
green infrastructure. The division is responsible for citywide urban forestry, ecological and horticulture initiatives.

Application deadline is Friday, July 15th.

Major Responsibilities
Under general direction of the Director, supervise a group of Construction Project Managers in the successful completion of construction
Assist the director in coordinating the construction work of the Natural Resources Group, including wetland and upland restoration, green
infrastructure, and public access to natural areas.
Plan, assign and review the work of Construction Project Managers. Instruct assigned staff on administrative procedures.
Plan and assign the work of consultant resident engineers, monitor their construction supervision, track progress of construction and monitor
their review and approval of shop drawings.
Conduct site inspections for quality assurance and compliance with environmental permits, natural resource protection and plant and seed
Review and conduct due diligence on field changes, overruns, and change orders.
Coordinate with the Director of Contract Administration for FHNR to ensure timely advertisement of work orders for project supervision and
Serve as a liaison with other agencies and departments, utility companies, contractors, and consultants.
Review project drawings during design phase (75% - 90% complete) for constructability.
Develop creative solutions to solve problems while working in a variety of conditions and situations.
Assist in the monitoring of various contract administrative requirements, including Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise
(M/WBE) goals, Grantor contract documentation, and Project Labor Agreements.


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