Currently, there are two (2) vacancies in multiple departments within the City of Hartford: This posting can be used for future vacancies
within multiple, diverse departments. Manages a major division under
plans. Plans, develops, evaluates and participates in projects, including, but not
limited to, developing and monitoring
measuring outcomes, and making recommendations for improvement. Compiles data; performs complex analysis; prepares
makes recommendations. Prepares
presentations. May attend meetings of Boards, Commissions, City Council and its committees, community groups and other entities as required. Manages
and administers a variety of grants.
Ensures compliance with all grant requirements in order to maintain funding, including preparing all reports, providing training, and
coordinating services of
subcontractors. Makes recommendations on process
improvement, cost reduction strategies and opportunities, and implementation strategies. Supervises and provides technical assistance to staff members
in preparing tactical and action
plans for projects.
Provides guidance to project managers
and serves as the lead for all projects that are within an assigned area of responsibility. May oversee the fiscal management and/or administrative functions
of the Department, including, payroll, accounting functions, inventory
control, maintenance of employee records, and handling personnel related
matters. Performs related work as required.
This classification is used in multiple, diverse
departments. All duties,
responsibilities, knowledges, skills, abilities and qualifications will be at
the same level, but will vary on subject matter according to the area of
assignment within the department where the position is located. In addition,
all positions will perform essential core duties and responsibilities and
possess core knowledge, skills and abilities.
This is a HMEA Union position. The hours of work are 40 per week and the
above salary includes 5% in lieu of overtime.
The examination will consist
of a rating of your training and experience as contained on your application
and may include a written test, an oral test, a performance test or a
combination thereof. All parts of the examination, including tests
requirements of the position.
The examination is designed to measure considerable knowledge of project management concepts, principles and
practices; Federal, state and municipal laws and regulations related to project
activities. Skill in performing complex analyses and research independently;
Communicating clearly in both oral and written form; Utilizing Microsoft Office products, including
and PowerPoint. Ability
to lead other
professionals in the functions of project management; Plan,
assign and supervise the work of subordinate professional staff; Locate and compile
information data or facts from specialized sources; Apply contractual language, as
needed, to work to ensure compliance; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with
government officials, business
representatives and the general public.
Open to all applicants who meet the following
Degree from an accredited college with major coursework in Public Administration, Business Administration, Economics, Public Policy, or a closely related field or major
related to the area of assignment, AND five (5) years of full-time, responsible
professional experience significantly related to the below areas of assignment:
Develpoment Services - Economic
Degree with major coursework in: Economics, Public Administration, Business Administration,
Urban Planning, Political Science, Project Management, Law, Construction Management, or a closely
Professional Experience: Five (5) years
of full-time responsible professional experience in Economic Development,
Planning, Commercial and/or Industrial Real Estate Development, Construction
Management, or Grants Management.
and Budget (1 Vacancy):
Bachelor’s Degree with major coursework in: Public Administration, Business Administration, Economics, Public Policy, Project Management, Finance, or a
closely related field.
Professional Experience: Five (5) years
of full-time responsible professional experience in Public Policy, Budget Management, full cycle of Grants
Management (preferably in program design evaluation and use/development of
In the absence of a four-year
degree, full-time, professional direct experience in the specific area of
assignment listed above may be substituted for the above educational
requirement on a basis of one (1) year of experience for each year of the
A COPY OF YOUR
APPLICATION. A DEGREE OR TRANSCRIPT SUBMITTED
HARTFORD RESIDENCY PREFERRED: A completed
AFFIDAVIT including proof of residency as indicated on the RESIDENCY AFFIDAVIT
may be submitted.
APPLICATION MUST BE COMPLETED
IN ITS ENTIRETY, INCLUDING REQUIRED
DOCUMENTATION. APPLICATIONS WITHOUT
SHALL RESULT IN YOUR DISQUALIFICATION.
APPLICATIONS VIA FACSIMILE
OR EMAIL ARE NOT ACCEPTED AND WILL RESULT IN YOUR DISQUALIFICATION
If selected, you will be required to pass a
physical examination administered by a City physician, a drug and alcohol
screening examination, and a background check. If appointed, you will serve
3-12 months of probation. This examination and employment process is subject to all
federal, state, and municipal laws, rules and regulations.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE AND INFORMATION CONCERNING THE APPLICATION AND
TESTING PROCESS WILL OCCUR THROUGH
EMAIL, UNLESS OTHERWISE REQUESTED AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION.
Preferential Points may be
given to Eligible Veterans. Must
submit a Veteran's Preference
with a DD214 and Disability letter (if applicable) from the Office of Veteran's Affairs.
Resources Department provides reasonable accommodation to persons with
disabilities in accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you
need an accommodation in the application or testing process, please contact the
Human Resources Department.
AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
of Hartford is an equal opportunity/affirmative
action employer and strongly encourages the applications of women, minorities,
veterans and persons with disabilities.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
Human Resources Department
550 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06103
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER (RE-ISSUED
Senior Project Manager (Re-issued
02/16/2023) Supplemental Questionnaire
* 1. I
have attached a copy of my
high school diploma/degree/transcript.
I understand not attaching my high
school diploma/degree/transcript will
deem me not qualified.
* 2. Based on your past
experience, please give an example of
a project you managed.
What challenges did you face?
* 3. In
your most recent related position,
what was your most significant contribution to the team, program, or project?
* 4. If the project is not adhering to schedule, how do you get it back on track?
* 5. How
do you approach assigning tasks? When
do you decide to delegate and when do
you make the call to handle a task directly?
* 6. How do you deal with
situations when you are overwhelmed or underperforming?
* Required Question