Capital Project Manager

Mass Audubon is seeking a project manager to join the Department of Capital Assets & Planning (DCAP). DCAP supports all departments and leads Mass Audubon’s efforts in developing, protecting, and maintaining our capital assets. DCAP manages projects aimed at creating new facilities, and implementing significant renovations, improvements, and capital repairs to existing facilities. The department also manages a number of special Mass Audubon-wide capital and maintenance projects and funds.

Mass Audubon owns and operates 21 staffed wildlife sanctuaries throughout Massachusetts. We manage and maintain a wide range of natural and built landscapes, a variety of building types, an extensive trail network, and infrastructure that supports our facilities and our education programs.

Mass Audubon is fully committed to environmental sustainability, and has incorporated green building approaches and technologies into its building projects since the mid-1980s. Our green building standards policy guides the development of new buildings, additions, and renovations. We have worked to reduce our carbon footprint for over 20 years, implementing energy conservation measures in many of our buildings. Complementing that effort, Mass Audubon has established an extensive portfolio of renewable energy systems across our sanctuary network.

Mass Audubon is an acknowledged leader in accessibility, and has worked to create a network of sanctuaries that welcomes visitors of all abilities. Our facilities are carefully designed or upgraded to ensure Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance for key program areas. Our accessible trails have established a high standard for outdoor accessibility, and have become a model for many other organizations.

Mass Audubon is seeking an experienced and effective project manager who will work closely with the Director of Capital Assets & Planning, other Mass Audubon staff, consultants, contractors, regulatory officials, and others to advance a wide range of projects in support of our educational mission.

The Capital Project Manager will be responsible for a wide range of tasks, including:
*Working closely with staff to plan, prioritize, and implement key projects for Mass Audubon buildings, site features, utilities, and other infrastructure,
*Interviewing, selecting, engaging and managing consultants and contractors to provide needed services,
*Managing project budgets and schedules in order to finish projects on time and on budget,
*Identifying permit requirements, ensuring timely application for permits, and engaging with regulatory officials as needed,
*Site observation /construction administration,
*Reviewing and processing invoices,
*Communication and collaboration with staff, consultants, contractors, regulatory officials, donors, and others as necessary to ensure key information is shared in a timely manner.

Candidates must have one of the following:
*Bachelor’s degree in architecture, landscape architecture, civil engineering or construction management, or related field

Minimum Qualifications:
*5 years of experience in architecture, landscape architecture, civil engineering, construction management, or related field
*Demonstrated experience in managing design and/or construction projects
*Strong communication skills, both oral and written
*Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools
*Willingness and ability to travel throughout Massachusetts as needed to attend meetings and observe project progress
*Working knowledge of the following is desired:
*Green building/sustainability concepts and technology
*Energy efficiency and building science
*Knowledge of building systems, construction techniques and methods
*ADA regulations and compliance
*Skills with Adobe programs and GIS
*Sustainable site development, natural resource protection, ecological principles

Compensation and Benefits:
The salary range for this position is $70,000 - $80,000; actual salary will reflect level of experience and qualifications relative to position requirements. Includes full benefits package.

Additional Comments:
Mass Audubon embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are dedicated to forming a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Mass Audubon requires all employees to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19. In addition, a successful completion of a CORI and SORI Background Check and a Motor Vehicle Record (if applicable) is required.