Under the direction of the Director of Alterations and Repair, the Capital Projects Coordinator assists in capital projects within the department’s building portfolio, ensuring projects and initiatives are aligned with the vision and strategic plans of the department. In addition, this role coordinates project activities with Department Leadership, City of Boston Departments, external contractors, and other stakeholders. Finally, it acts as the project manager on smaller-scale renovation or repair projects.
As the Property Management Department’s primary liaison with the Public Facilities Department, the Capital Projects Coordinator shall represent the department’s interests in all capital planning and Owner, Architect, and Contractor (OAC) meetings, coordinate complex projects involving multiple areas of building operations, and ensure that Department Senior Leadership are aware of key status and decision points for Capital Projects.
The City of Boston Property Management Department's (PMD) mission is to manage, maintain, repair, and provide security for the City's municipal buildings, including City Hall and Faneuil Hall, to preserve the useful life of City facilities and reduce operating costs through effective preventative maintenance measures. The Property Management Department is also responsible for managing capital projects such as office renovations, HVAC upgrades, elevator repairs, equipment installations, and more.
Boston Residency Required
Hours per week: 35