Full-Time Urban Projects Manager - Sacramento Regional CC
|Job Title: Urban Projects Manager
Reports To: Director of Work Training Programs and Operations.
Direct Reports: Three - Four Crew Supervisors.
Status: Full-time Exempt Status with Benefits (minimum of 40 hours per Week) at-will employment.
Hours: Primary work hours 6:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Varied on Fridays.
Location: Primary reporting will be to Citrus Heights Satellite (City Hall, City of Citrus Heights) and as
need at SRCC campus and required visits to all SRCC locations and project sites.
|The SRCC is a non-profit organization established in 1984 by the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. The mission of the Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps (SRCC) is to enrich the lives of young adults by providing a development program integrating education, job skills training and work experience on conservation projects and service opportunities that benefit the region and our corpsmembers.
The Urban Projects Manager will serve as the primary liaison with SRCC's urban projects partners. Currently, these partners include:
- the City of Citrus Heights
- the City of Sacramento, Department of Parks
- the State of California, Prop 84 project.
- the Transportation Enhancement projects
This position includes these general priorities:
- Serving as the professional liaison between the Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps and the agencies with which SRCC has fee-for-service contracts or other grants.
- Ensuring that corpsmembers and staff have the equipments, supplies and information they need to undertake their work for and on behalf of these partners;
- Managing and coordinating the project work and training of the corpsmembers and Crew Supervisors assigned to these respective crews.
- Overseeing the development, implementation and ongoing operations of our Citrus Heights-based recycling program in coordination with the Recycling Program Manager.
- The work location to report to is the SRCC Citrus Heights Satellite center and as needed at the SRCC main center. .
- Oversee SRCC vehicle fleet service, maintenance and safe operations so it meets the DOT standards.
|Under the direct supervision and at the discretion of the Director of Work Training Programs and Operations, the regular responsibilities of the Urban Projects Manager are as follows:
- Monitor daily work projects and activities in the field while providing day-to-day supervision of assigned Crew Supervisors.
- Collect data and produce monthly and annual statistical data on all Urban Projects.
- Maintain a thorough project progress report showing the programs are meeting partners' expectations (quality, quantity and time line).
- Prepare Urban Project training material for crew supervisors and corpsmembers as required.
- Review, approve and sign daily supervisor activity reports so it's accurate, on time and complete.
- Ensure that assigned vehicles, tools and supplies are maintained in excellent working condition including being kept clean and neat at all times.
- Maintain Urban Project portfolio for outreach events.
- Monitor all aspects of work performance of the Crew Supervisor's job description and conduct staff evaluations.
- Be familiar with, enforce, and ensure that all required and applicable Cal OSHA safety and vehicle traffic regulations are implemented by assigned crew supervisors and corpsmembers.
- Attend daily roll call at SRCC and when needed in Citrus Heights for the purpose of coordinating staff and project needs. This requires regular and reliable communication with the SRCC Recycling Program Manager or Coordinator at the Main Center in Sacramento.
- Monitor and coordinate, with SRCC Registrar, tracking of all program participants' attendance for both work and education days.
- Review and investigate all grievances filed by assigned corpsmembers and Crew Supervisors and take appropriate action.
- Monitor assigned Crew Supervisors and corpsmembers with respect to uniform, equipment and vehicle conditions to ensure a high standard of safety and appearance.
- Coordinate with the agency partners listed above (and additional partners as they are assigned) for the purpose of meeting project expectations.
- Schedule and conduct staff meetings as necessary, and attend Operations Department staff meetings as scheduled by the Director of Work Training Programs and Operations.
- Participate in the scheduling and coordinating of corpsmember education classes and corpsmember recruitment activities with the Corpsmember Development and Education staff.
- Support the scheduling, equipment, tool assignments, operations, maintenance and purchases with the Director of Work Training Programs and Operations.
- Review work related injuries with the SRCC Administrative Assistant.
- Conduct corrective action and administer progressive discipline to assigned Crew Supervisors; terminate staff if necessary, as directed by Director of Work Training and Operations.
- When required, help coordinate recruitment and screening for potential Crew Supvisor positions and make appropriate hiring recommendations to the Director of Work Training Programs and Operations.
- Ensure that organization policies are followed by corpsmembers and staff.
- Coordinate other duties as deemed appropriate and in the interest of the organization as directed.
- Ensure that supervisors complete all paper work accurately and that the required reports are submitted on time.
- Maintain photocopies of all reports for follow up and training opportunities
- Adheres to organizational policies and enforces and trains assigned crew supervisors and corpsmembers on policy compliance.
- Coordinates SRCC vehicle fleet usage, service and maintenance.
- Review daily corpsmember crew rosters and work reports; revise crew rosters as needed.
- Develop monthly project reports with statistical information on field progress.
- Review assigned Crew Supervisor time sheets, corpsmember evaluations, corpsmember salary adjustments, staff/corpsmember leave requests and other staff and corpsmember paperwork.
- Ensure Crew Supervisors submit their gas receipts,OJT forms, corpsmember evaluations and other paperwork on time.
- Participate in the development and revision of organization policies and procedures, and ensure that assigned crew supervisors are well informed of policy and procedure changes in a timely fashion.
- When requested, assist the Director of Work Training Programs and Operations and the Controller with projecting program budget needs.
- Excellent ability to plan and implement multiple projects and tasks.
- Has basic knowledge on our regions flora and fauna
- Has some experience in vegetation management in nature preserve areas.
- Sound knowledge on operation and service of most vegetation management equipments.
- Has some experience in installing irrigation system, hardscape, planting material under commercial setting.
- Able to effectively communicate knowledge and skills to others.
- Utilize time management techniques to organize and prioritize work.
- Has experience in supervising staff.
- Demonstrate interpersonal skills necessary to work cooperatively and effectively with diverse individuals and groups.
- Able to handle a variety of tasks simultaneously, respond to short-term requests and complete projects within agreed upon time frames.
- Demonstrate enthusiasm, flexibility and willingness for the job functions.
- Supervise and observe circumstances and contexts; treat staff, corpsmembers and their respective personal information with trust, discretion and confidentiality.
- Serve as positive role model to other staff and corpsmembers.
- Understand the needs and circumstances of young adults facing social/personal barriers including, but not limited to, criminal records, educational challenges, poverty and domestic issues.
- Demonstrate sensitivity, understanding, firmness, empathy and understanding for corpsmembers from diverse ethnic, socio-economic, scholastic and cultural backgrounds.
- Communicate with excellent audience-appropriate skills, both oral and written, characterized by active listening and respectful two-way communications/interactions.
- Show a high level of dependability, accountability and responsibility; positive self-attitude, self-discipline and professional courtesy; full participation as member of SRCC staff in terms of collaboration, cooperation and support of fellow staff members.
- Experience in media relations desired.
- Good computer skills with familiarity in Word, Power Point and Excel.
- Knowledge of vehicle fleet service, maintenance and DOT standards.
- Be at least 21 years of age.
- Bachelors Degree preferred.
- Be willing and fully able to perform the duties under the conditions and in the environment as outlined in the attached statement of Workplace Conditions Awareness.
- Be enthusiastic, creative and committed to the positive development of young adults.
- Must complete necessary paperwork and take required courses to obtain a Career Technical Education Credential paid for by SRCC.
- Must be able to pass Live Scan..
- Have the ability to interact with persons from diverse gender, economic, social and ethnic backgrounds.
- Experience working with non profit organization preferred
- Excellent communication, cooperation and time management skills.
- Detail-oriented with the ability to work with a variety of personalities and skill levels,
- Ability to prioritize tasks and delegate when appropriate.
- General computer skills using PC formats Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and others.
- California Class C driver's license, and have or be able to obtain a valid California Class "B" drivers license within 45 days of employment plus validation of driving record and insurability; candidate also must have own auto in operable condition that will be required for use as part of the job.
- Minimum 40 hours per week of work with a willingness to work longer days, and some evenings and weekends as may be required by the circumstances of the position
- Only SRCC uniform; no jeans, shorts, t-shirts mid-calf pants or flip-flops permitted.
- Pass a drug screen test.
- Salary based on qualifications and experience.
- Medical, dental, vision, 403 (b) retirement program.
- 12 days each per year sick and vacation leave plus 15 company holidays annually.
|Please email a letter of introduction referencing the Urban Projects Manager, resume and 2 letters of recommendation to Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps/John Muir Charter School at email address: email@example.com.
The application deadline is August 5 and Interviews August 7 - 9.