Manager, Engineering Applications Management
Job ID: 89507
Location: Manhattan – Downtown
Functional Job Title: Manager, Engineering Applications Management
Civil Service Title: Administrative Project Manager
Department/Division: Engineering and Construction
Work Location: 2 Broadway
Compensation: Min $ 81,911 Mid $ 102,389 Hay Points: 677
Overtime Eligibility: Not eligible for paid overtime in accordance with FLSA
(Actual salary offers are made subject to the salary administration policy and are made considering a number of factors including, but not limited to, the selected candidate’s salary and work history.)
The Manager, Engineering Applications Management (EAM) is responsible for the security, management, planning, research, development, training, support and implementation of Engineering systems and applications created exclusively for and required by the Engineering and Construction Department (E&C). These systems and timely adoption of new technology has a major impact on the success of E&C’s significantly expanded Capital, Operating and Special Programs by ensuring:
- The safe and secure passage of all Over-Dimensional/Overweight vehicles including the issuance of Permits for such passage in coordination with regional partners and per established policies.
- Ensure Proper Structural Load Rating evaluations and calculations are performed and the stipulations with restrictions are mandated to protect human life, the Authority’s infrastructures, property and optimum flow of traffic
- Manage of all Engineering drawings, specifications, reports, documents and safe storage of them preserving an invaluable collection of data in digital and legal copies representing an enormous investment made by the Authority.
- Develop, implement and upgrade the on-line Visitor Appointment Request System to provide a more secure, efficient and user-friendly system for visitors to request access to the Engineering Information Center.
- Oversee Systems’ technical support, training of E&C personnel, strategic planning and budgets.
- Develop, implement and support of the Bridge & Tunnel Inspection Asset management system and related systems.
- Manage Requisite system interfaces and coordination with Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system consultant/vendor in concert with Program Operations Asset Management Division and Inspection Group
- Update and monitor tasks assigned to assets within the CMMS system, maintenance activities and maintenance schedules for each asset in collaboration with Operating Departments
- Manage PeopleSoft applications for E&C, impacting timely requisitions and payments of consultants/contractors.
- Manage Kronos application for E&C personnel.
- Participate in PSR system enhancements, addressing expanded Capital, Operating and Special Programs project reporting requirements.
- Manage the Special Archive that currently has about 100,000 historical photographs, about 150,000 engineering drawings, and several hundred thousand historical documents that require day-to-day management, preservation and accessibility.
- Develop and coordinate of CADD, digital signatures and BIM standards and the management of project records and as-built CADD and BIM files
- Manage the development of databases on an as needed basis to support the inspection program and functions within E&C.
- Introduce and take a lead role in the introduction and deployment of new systems, functions and processes.
- Manage the deployment of cellphones to E&C staff
- Manage the E&C Library
Administrative Project Manager:
A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, business administration, or public administration, and five years of full-time satisfactory experience in the planning, administering or expediting of engineering design, and/or construction, or coordinating a very large engineering project, two years of which must have been in an administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory capacity; or
2. A four year high school diploma or its educational equivalent and nine years of experience as described in "1" above; two years of which must have been in an administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory capacity; or
3. Education and/or experience equivalent to "1" or "2" above. An accredited Master's degree in one of the disciplines described in "1" above, a law degree, or a valid New York State license as a Professional Engineer or Registered Architect or Landscape Architect may be substituted for one year of the required experience. However, all candidates must have the two years of the administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory experience as described in "1" above.
- Specialized Qualifications, Skills and Knowledge:
- Bachelor’s Degree in architecture, engineering or computer science required. Master’s Degree preferred.
- Minimum of 12 years related experience required.
- Strong ability to organize, manage and motivate a diverse technical staff.
- High level of technical skills required to resolve complex system problems and to challenge technical results of consultants and or vendors.
- In depth technical knowledge of the Over-Dimensional/Overweight Truck Permitting System, highly specialized systems developed exclusively for E & C, One Call System, MicroStation CADD, Expedition, BIM, GIS, EMP, EAM, CMMS, PeopleSoft, Kronos, the Engineering Information Center and the Special Archive.
- Excellent management skills.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills required to effectively present technical positions and options.
- Must be a visionary who can foresee the future needs of systems and application and other related state-of-art technologies for E&C.
- Ability to manage numerous and diverse technical assignments so that critical time constraints are met, systems are implemented and Engineering projects are completed on schedule and within budgets.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please visit http://web.mta.info/mta/employment/ click on “Bridges and Tunnels”, and search for “Manager, Engineering Applications Management” or Job ID: 89507
MTA Bridges and Tunnels is an Equal Opportunity Employer