City of Portland, OR Job Board 03.08.16

City of Portland, OR Job Board 03.08.16

Development Supervisor II

Closing Date/Time:  Mon. 03/21/16 4:30 PM Pacific Time

Salary:  $6,357.00 – $8,545.00 Monthly


The Development Supervisor II manages and participates in programs and projects that have a significant effect on the review, evaluation and issuance of building permits and/or development proposals in the City of Portland. The current open position will be in the Bureau of Transportation providing the overall leadership, supervision and direction in the Right of Way Inspection & Monitoring Section within the Utilities, Construction and Inspection Division.

Generally, this position is responsible for preparing budget proposals that will support meeting program goals and priorities with adequate staffing levels, developing and implementing staff training efforts, and managing employee performance and professional development plans.

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Senior Public Works Inspector

Close Date: 03/21/16

Salary: $32.42 – $38.19 Hourly

Senior Public Works Inspectors provide lead direction, mentoring, training, problem solving, work assignments for other inspectors and are assigned the most demanding and operationally sensitive inspection tasks including high level public works projects involving greater complexity and/or publicity and community involvement.

Senior Public Works Inspectors are responsible for enforcing regulations and codes relating to public construction projects and municipal specifications and contracts.

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Transportation Pedestrian Coordinator

Closing Date/Time: Mon. 3/14/16 4:30 pm

Salary: $5,496 – $7,330 monthly

The Pedestrian Coordinator serves as the overall expert, advocate and advisor for pedestrian needs to Bureau staff, Mayor and City Council, other City Bureaus and partner agencies.  The Pedestrian Coordinator works collaboratively with staff to ensure that planners and project managers are given consistent advice and direction so that project outcomes can best serve Portlanders no matter what transportation mode they choose.

The Pedestrian Coordinator also plays an important role in advancing the bureau’s outreach and engagement about pedestrian mobility with traditionally underserved and underrepresented groups of Portlanders. This position is responsible for implementing the recommended goals, actions, activities and capital projects identified in the Portland Pedestrian Master Plan.

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