Under general leadership from the Chief Harbor Engineer, the Director of Project Controls will be responsible for leading all project control related activity for capital construction projects. This position will develop and implement project control strategies, budgets, procedures, guidelines and tools. In addition, this position will create, review and help maintain cost reports and schedules for a variety of construction programs, and provide related analysis and guidance for the Engineering Bureau.
The preferred candidate for Director of Project Controls is a Civil Engineering or project controls professional who has a proven track record in project estimating and/or scheduling and/or cost engineering on large capital projects/programs in the public sector. S/he is a results-oriented leader who is comfortable working in a deadline-driven and demanding environment.
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The Port of Long Beach is one of the world's premier seaports, and is a leading gateway for international trade. Founded in 1911, it has grown to 3,200 acres and moves $180 billion in trade each year. The Port of Long Beach is the second busiest container port in North America.
The Port is the City of Long Beach's Harbor Department and is governed by the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissione...rs. The Port's Executive Director is appointed by the Board, and is responsible for all Port activities. With over 500 employees and annual operating revenue of nearly $375 million, the Port of Long Beach is a landlord port and leases and acquires property for Port development. The Board of Harbor Commissioners leases port shipping terminals and other facilities to private entities, and revenues are invested in new facilities.
In 2005 the Board of Harbor Commissioners adopted a Green Port Policy that has positioned the Port as the leader in the area of environmental stewardship.