Civil Engineer/Project Manager

Archdiocese of Atlanta

Job Description



The project manager will facilitate the Archdiocesan Large Capital Project Process, which is designed to guide the Parishes and Schools through all stages of the development of facilities, including:

Master Planning         Conceptual Design     Capital Campaigns

Final Design               Construction              Warranty Period

When feasible the project manager will be given a geographic territory which will establish the entities (Parish, School, etc.) to which the project manager will be assigned.

Responsibilities during the Large Capital Project Process include, but are not necessarily limited to:

·        Build an on-going client relationship with the entity staff and key lay people.

·        Communicate and manage the Archdiocesan Large Capital Project Process.

·        Develop and manage pre-development schedules.

·        Prepare Requests for Proposals.

·        Be familiar with, prepare and administer AIA and other related contract documents.

·        Develop project budgets.

·        Manage value engineering and investigate cost saving ideas.

·        Understand and manage the Archdiocesan approval process.

·        Schedule, facilitate and document construction meetings.

·        Manage the change order process.

·        Develop and resolve punch lists items.

·        Ensure all project documentation is properly secured and filed.

o  Commencement notices

o  Certificates of occupancy

o  Certificates of completion

o  Close-out documents

·        Resolve warranty issues and conduct an 11-month warranty inspection.



·        Two (2) to Five (5) years’ experience in development, design and construction management at a departmental responsibility level (Required)

·        Comprehensive practice in successfully management of development/construction program. (Required)

·        Computer proficient in Excel and Microsoft Word software. (Required)

·        Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or Construction Management. (Required)

·        Strong written and verbal communication skills; bilingual is preferred with a good command of English and Spanish (verbal and written communications) 



·        Evening meetings may be required.

·        The work week is generally 37.5 hours on a year-round basis; however, the position requires a willingness and flexibility in work hours when necessary to fulfill job responsibilities. Employee is subject to Personnel Policies and Procedures prescribed for all personnel.

·        The above statements are intended to generally describe the work being performed by individuals holding this position. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of the responsibilities, tasks, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with the position. While this is intended to be an accurate description of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or require other tasks be performed when circumstance arise (i.e., emergencies, changes in personnel, rush job, technological developments, etc.). Based on established department or facility standards, employee may not perform all of the duties listed in this job description.

EEO/AA Statement:

·        The Archdiocese of Atlanta does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, military status or religion (except for certain positions which require applicants of the Catholic faith based upon bona fide occupational qualifications).

Experience Required
1-5 years


Education Required
Bachelor's Degree

Date Posted
1 month ago
Smyrna, Georgia


Church Size
10,000+ people