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Job Opening: Project Manager (Brooklyn, NY).

A growing General Contractor Company in Brooklyn, NY is in search of an energetic and ambitious Project Manager to help keep up with the growing demand of work, and together we can propel our company to new heights. The new PM will be required to provide reliable, timely, and professional construction administration services including cost and schedule management.

The successful candidate will have an understanding of construction in Government and Private Construction projects, will require judgment to plan, prioritize, and organize a diverse workload in a fast pace environment.

The Project Manager is responsible for the management of the Project, negotiating financial disputes and change orders with Owners, producing project schedules, coordinating subcontractors and field labor, liaison with owners, coordination of material procurement and delivery, project cost reports and effectively providing documentation of changes that may affect completion or revenues.

Responsibilities

– Manage multiple projects at various construction stages and assist with multiple assignments. Review scope and create schedule for assigned projects. Update tracking reports and maintain files for due diligence and financials.

– Manage all negotiations with the GC and consultants, negotiate revisions, changes and additions to contractual agreements with architects, consultants, clients, suppliers and subcontractor. Prepare contracts and Coordinate subcontractor activities.

– Effectively prepare and communicate, in proper written form, competitive job estimates by interpreting drawings, bid documents, performing take-offs for labor, equipment and materials. Follow the assigned bid schedule and respond to customer request for bids while following all estimating and bidding practices established by the company.

– Measure project performance and schedule against base plan for potential cost escalations. Maintain accurate and consistent electronic files and documentation.

– Participate and contribute to pre-construction meetings with Architectural and Engineers firms

Qualifications

The right candidate must posses:

– Strong verbal and written communication skills – at all levels. Bilingual: English — Spanish

– Capacity to prioritize and meet deadlines

– Proven experience in resolving project management issues

– Computer literacy, experience with Microsoft Office and adaptable to various databases

– The knack to establish and maintain strong professional relationships

– 2 Strong references from previous construction/real estate employers

– Minimum 3 years of experience in construction projects and/or Bachelor’s Degree in construction related fields

Company Description

Formed in 2010 our company is a New York based Corporation that develops projects in all types of private and public renovation projects including roofing, electrical, plumbing, masonry.

Our company prides itself on its exemplary service and quality, delivering a superior product every time. We achieve the expectations of our clients by providing them with staff and subcontractors that have the expertise and craftsmanship to create renovations that fulfill their dreams.

Salary commensurate with experience

Hours: 8:00am – 4:00pm

Monday thru Friday

Apply here:

http://grupoparada.com/construction-jobs/

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AUPRActivity Director / Curriculum Specialist – Title V Project
Full-time Position

I. Summary

The incumbent of this position is responsible for coordinating and implementing the ordinary activities of the Title V Project; including, but not limited to, supervising staff and leading all curriculum development efforts to ensure that each revised course meets all internal and external approval requirements.

II.  Essential Functions

  1. Leads staff assuring timely completion of objectives and implementation of strategies.
  2. Directs and coordinate the daily activities facilitating timely completion and implementation of all related tasks.
  3. Assists faculty / staff with capacity building. Meaning that works with faculty to plan, develop, implement and redesign curriculum as necessary, including supplemental instruction curriculum, ensuring effective and efficient revision of course/curricula.
  4. Assists in institutionalizing Title V activity elements. Specifically, establishes and maintains effective communication and professional interpersonal relationships with other University departments and personnel, participates in faculty and staff evaluations, designs and delivers presentations and workshops, as related to the Project.
  5. Ensures new instructional modalities are responsive to students’ needs, in accordance with accrediting standards, and adhere to all curricular approval processes.
  6. Ensures effective use and evaluation of new instructional technology.
  7. Collects data, composes and reviews reports as needed or required.
  8. Executes various tasks as necessary or required by the Title V Project Director with to evaluate the Project and conduct performance reports.

III. Incidental Functions

  1. Keeps abreast of federal and local requirements to assure Project compliance.
  2. Coordinates, participates and leads meetings with other University members as appropriate or required.
  3. Designs, drafts and submits for corresponding approval documents directly related to the development, administration, monitoring and implementation of the Project.
  4. Other functions and responsibilities inherent to the position, as required.

IV. Minimum requirements of the position

  1. Master’s degree or higher in Education, curriculum development, or related field.
  2. At least three years of each administrative management and instructional experience.
  3. Experience in project and personnel management and evaluation.
  4. Minimum of three years instructional and curriculum design experience.
  5. Knowledge and expertise in instructional technology best practices.
  6. Excellent presentation, organization and leadership skills.
  7. Bilingual (English and Spanish), with excellent written and oral communication skills.
  8. Teamwork oriented and ability to establish and maintain excellent interpersonal relationships.
  9. Proficiency in Microsoft Office(Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook) and knowledge of applications used for Education.
  10. Ability to define,collect and analyze data to submit reports and make recommendations.

V. Physical activities and environmental conditions required by the position

  1. Walk and stand frequently.
  2. Remain seated frequently.
  3. Operate objects with hands and fingers often.
  4. Talk and attend public often.
  5. Use computers and office equipment frequently.
  6. Could occasionally travel by motor vehicle to, from and between the Bayamón Campus and the Manatí University Center.

The incumbent of this position is mainly exposed to environment corresponding to private offices with air conditioning, classrooms and conference rooms. He/she is not substantially exposed to known adverse or risky environmental or working conditions.

VI. Supervision level

The incumbent of this position does not supervise other personnel.

Note: This description is a general guide of functions inherent to the referred position. It does not constitute an exhaustive list of all responsibilities assigned to the incumbent thereof.

If you would like to be considered for this position please contact:

Wanda De Leon, MBA
Director of Title V Project
American University of Puerto Rico
P.O.Box 2037, Bayamon, P.R. 00960
Email. wdeleon@AUPR.edu
Ph. (787) 620-2040, ext. 1092
Fax. (787) 785-7377

 


AUPRFaculty Development Specialist – Title V Project
Full-time Position

I. Summary

The incumbent of this position is responsible for coordinating the development of the Centers for Teaching excellence (CETLs) at both American University of Puerto Rico (AUPR) locations, and ensures faculty receive appropriate professional development in preparation for course revision.

II. Essential Functions

  1. Identifies faculty training and development needs.
  2. Conducts and/or participates in the design of training, workshops and professional development activities, to ensure faculty is prepared to conduct proper revision of curriculum.
  3. Collaborates with the Title V Instructional Technology Specialist to provide faculty training in current instructional technology pedagogy.
  4. Coordinates, delivers, and/or schedules in-service sessions, workshops, seminars and other training opportunities specifically for faculty in disciplines targeted for course revision each year.
  5. Collaborates with Title V Project Director to evaluate the success of the faculty professional development plan and modify content as needed.
  6. Creates, updates, communicates and documents training schedules.

III. Incidental Functions

  1. Stays current in best practices for design and delivery of seminars, workshops and other training activities for faculty development.
  2. Prepares and submits accurate reports as required.
  3. Coordinates and participates in meetings with other University members as appropriate or required.
  4. Other functions and responsibilities inherent to the position, as required.

IV. Minimum requirements of the position

  1. Master’s degree or higher in Education, core academic discipline, curriculum development and instruction, or related field.
  2. At least three years each curriculum development and instructional experience.
  3. At least three years of experience leading faculty and/or staff development sessions.
  4. Bilingual (English and Spanish), with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  5. Teamwork oriented and ability to establish and maintain excellent interpersonal relationships.
  6. Proficiency in Microsoft Office(Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook) and knowledge of applications used for Education.

V. Physical activities and environmental conditions required by the position

  1. Walk and stand frequently.
  2. Remain seated frequently.
  3. Operate objects with hands and fingers often.
  4. Talk and attend public often.
  5. Use computers and office equipment frequently.
  6. Could occasionally travel by motor vehicle to, from and between the Bayamón Campus and the Manatí University Center.

The incumbent of this position is mainly exposed to environment corresponding to private offices with air conditioning, classrooms and conference rooms. He/she is not substantially exposed to known adverse or risky environmental or working conditions.

VI. Supervision level

The incumbent of this position does not supervise other personnel.

Note: This description is a general guide of functions inherent to the referred position. It does not constitute an exhaustive list of all responsibilities assigned to the incumbent thereof.

If you would like to be considered for this position please contact:

Wanda De Leon, MBA
Director of Title V Project
American University of Puerto Rico
P.O.Box 2037, Bayamon, P.R. 00960
Email. wdeleon@AUPR.edu
Ph. (787) 620-2040, ext. 1092
Fax. (787) 785-7377

 


AUPRInstructional Technology Specialist – Title V Project
Part-time Position

I. Summary

The incumbent of this position is responsible for ensuring acquisition, installation, and use of new instructional technology (hardware and software). This role also assists the faculty in designing, developing, and testing instructional applications of modern technology in their classrooms.

II. Essential Functions

  1. Collaborates with faculty to develop curriculum materials that integrate technology.
  2. Models the integration of technology in all curriculum areas.
  3. Conducts professional development in areas of technology integration.
  4. Implements best practices related to technology use in the Project curriculum based on research, pilot plans, and applicable standards and regulations.
  5. Serves as the technology resource / facilitator providing advice and coaching to the faculty and all other members of the Project, as required.
  6. Provides instructional and program design expertise for the development and support of online courses and specialized educational programs.
  7. Provides guidance and coordination with other departments and resources to develop, implement, and update the Instructional Technology integration plan aligned with the Project objectives.
  8. Participates in the ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of the integration of instructional technology in the curriculum.

III. Incidental Functions

  1. Stays current in emerging technology and software.
  2. Assists with planning, revising and updating the design of the technology infrastructure so that information resources are continually available.
  3. Prepares and submits accurate reports as required.
  4. Coordinates and participates in meetings with other University members as appropriate or required.
  5. Other functions and responsibilities inherent to the position, as required.

IV. Minimum requirements of the position

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Instructional Technology or related field.
  2. Extensive knowledge and expertise in Instructional Technology and eLearning applications.
  3. Minimum of three years of instructional experience.
  4. Knowledge and expertise in instructional technology best practices.
  5. Bilingual (English and Spanish), with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  6. Teamwork oriented and ability to establish and maintain excellent interpersonal relationships.
  7. Proficiency in Microsoft Office(Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook) and knowledge of applications used for Education.

V. Physical activities and environmental conditions required by the position

  1. Walk and stand frequently.
  2. Remain seated frequently.
  3. Operate objects with hands and fingers often.
  4. Talk and attend public often.
  5. Use computers and office equipment frequently.
  6. Could occasionally travel by motor vehicle to, from and between the Bayamón Campus and the Manatí University Center.

The incumbent of this position is mainly exposed to environment corresponding to private offices with air conditioning, classrooms and conference rooms. He/she is not substantially exposed to known adverse or risky environmental or working conditions.

  1. Supervision level

The incumbent of this position does not supervise other personnel.

Note: This description is a general guide of functions inherent to the referred position. It does not constitute an exhaustive list of all responsibilities assigned to the incumbent thereof.

If you would like to be considered for this position please contact:

Wanda De Leon, MBA
Director of Title V Project
American University of Puerto Rico
P.O.Box 2037, Bayamon, P.R. 00960
Email. wdeleon@AUPR.edu
Ph. (787) 620-2040, ext. 1092
Fax. (787) 785-7377

 


 

INTERnados, INTERcambios e INTERempleos
Universidad Interamericana de PR, Recinto de Bayamón

El Programa de INTERnados, INTERcambios e INTERempleos de la Universidad Interamericana de Puerto RicoRecinto de Bayamón, está dirigido a la búsqueda e identificación de estudiantes activos y egresados de nivel técnico (Inter Tec), sub-graduado y graduado con el potencial de participar en todo tipo de experiencias fuera de la sala de clases, en Puerto Rico o el extranjero.  Siendo enlace con la industria, el Programa facilita acuerdos de colaboración que amplía todo tipo de opciones disponibles desde y para la industria.  Para ver las oportunidades haga click aquí.


 

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