JOB OPENINGS:

Task Force Lead
Job Description

CMA offer multi-disciplinary engineering, architectural and field services under one roof since 1959. We  deliver effective, creative, functional and eco-conscious architectural & engineering planning and solutions,  with knowledgeable professionals and proven project delivery methodologies.  

CMA seeks Task Force Lead for Disaster Recovery effort in Puerto Rico. This position is full time and based  at CMA’s offices in Puerto Rico. Fluency in Spanish and English on this position is an essential requirement. 

 

Roles and Responsibilities 


Provide Sector Leads with operational details.  Manage, organize and set priorities for Project Leads.  Oversight to ensure quality, completeness and on-time delivery of assigned tasks.  Monitor workloads, leads  and job assignments.  Track key metrics. 

 

  • Monitor status of projects from Project Leads through obligation and completion. 

  • Coordinate and participate in resolution of project related issues and concerns. 

  • Optimize procedures and maintain communication and focus. 

  • Maintain and track each case as required from Project Leads in project report management information system. 

  • Measure performance with key metrics. 

  • Keep management team informed on issues, problems & resolutions. 

  • Superior customer service skill set, ability to listen, facilitate and negotiate problems. 

  • Expertise in domain (sector) which you are assigned. 
     

Qualifications and Education Requirements 

  • Strong analytical skills. 

  • Bachelor Degree required in one of the following areas: construction, project development, hazard  mitigation measures, engineering, or architecture. 

  • Experience (3-5 years) in sector or prior management experience is necessary.  

  • Prior experience FEMA preferred. 

  • Strong organization skills required. 

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 

  • Bilingual - Spanish and English. 


Preferred Skills 

 

  • Knowledge of smartphone apps, MS Office, Data Information System & Time Management Skills. 

CMA is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/  Protected Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity).   


Project Lead 
Job Description/Requirements 

CMA offer multi-disciplinary engineering, architectural and field services under one roof since 1959. We  deliver effective, creative, functional and eco-conscious architectural & engineering planning and solutions,  with knowledgeable professionals and proven project delivery methodologies.  

CMA seeks Project Lead for Disaster Recovery effort in Puerto Rico. This position is full time and based at  CMA’s offices in Puerto Rico. Fluency in Spanish and English on this position is an essential requirement. 

Roles and Responsibilities 
Provide Task Force Lead with operational details. Manage, organize and set priorities for Field Inspectors.  Oversight to ensure to ensure quality, completeness and on-time delivery of assigned cases. Monitor  workloads, leads and job assignments. Ensure case management note are being inputted properly.  First line  of QA/QC to confirm case file is accurate, timely and complete. 

  • Monitor status of projects from Field Inspectors through completion. 

  • Coordinate and participate in resolution of project related issues and concerns. 

  • Optimize procedures and maintain communication and focus. 

  • Maintain and track each case as required from Field Inspectors in project report management information system. 

  • Measure performance with key metrics. 

  • Keep Task Force Lead informed on issues, problems & resolutions. 

  • Superior customer service skill set, ability to listen, facilitate and negotiate problems. 
     

Qualifications and Education Requirements 

  • Strong analytical skills 

  • Bachelor Degree required in one of the following areas: construction, project development, hazard mitigation measures, engineering, or architecture. 

  • Experience in sector or prior management experience is preferred. 

  • Prior experience with FEMA preferred. 

  • Strong organization skills required. 

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 

  • Bilingual - Spanish and English. 

Preferred Skills 

  • Knowledge of smartphone apps, MS Office, Data Information System & Time Management Skills. 

CMA is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/  Protected Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity).   

 

 

Field Inspector
Job Description/Requirements

 

 
CMA offer multi-disciplinary engineering, architectural and field services under one roof since 1959. We  deliver effective, creative, functional and eco-conscious architectural & engineering planning and solutions, 
with knowledgeable professionals and proven project delivery methodologies.  

CMA seeks Field Inspectors for Disaster Recovery effort in Puerto Rico. This position is full time and based  at CMA’s offices in Puerto Rico. Fluency in Spanish and English on this position is an essential requirement. 
 

Roles and Responsibilities 
The Field Inspector will travel to assigned cases to conduct field evaluations for damage caused by  Hurricanes Irma & Maria. Identify, document and photograph damages or loss of verifiable damage.  Complete required forms as directed. Identify possible mitigation measures and collect documentation.  Coordinate with FEMA field personnel as needed. Provide additional information upon request. Will report to  a Project Lead and gain some exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job function. Provide all  necessary documentation to cost estimators. Occasionally directed in several aspects of the work. 
 

  • Document damage and input into database. 

  • Coordinate and participate in case meetings. 

  • Follow procedures and maintain communication and focus. 

  • Maintain and track caseload and track in management information system. 

  • Keep Project Lead informed on issues, problems & resolutions. 

  • Superior customer service skill set, ability to listen, facilitate and negotiate problems. 
     

Qualifications and Education Requirements 

  • Prior knowledge and experience working as a Field Inspector

  • Strong analytical skills. 

  • Engineer in Training (EIT) or Architect in Training (AIT) is required as a minimum. 

  • Knowledge in one of the fields (construction, mechanical, structural/civil, electrical or architectural) is required. 

  • Prior experience FEMA preferred. 

  • Strong organization skills required. 

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.  

  • Background check including driver’s license must be satisfied.  
     

Preferred Skills

  • Knowledge of smartphone apps, MS Office, Data Information System & Time Management Skills. 

CMA is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/ Protected  Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity).   

 

 

Engineer / Architect 
Job Description/Requirements 

CMA offer multi-disciplinary engineering, architectural and field services under one roof since 1959. We  deliver effective, creative, functional and eco-conscious architectural & engineering planning and solutions,  with knowledgeable professionals and proven project delivery methodologies.

  
CMA seeks Engineers / Architects for Disaster Recovery effort in Puerto Rico. This position is full time and  based at CMA’s offices in Puerto Rico. Fluency in Spanish and English on this position is an essential  requirement. 


Roles and Responsibilities 

The Engineers / Architect primary role is to support the Cost Estimators with engineering / architectural  questions to create scope of work, review codes, and determine cost for case.  Support other project teams  and sub-recipients as needed.  This position is specifically for scope and cost estimation.  No design and  architectural drawings are necessary. 

  • Review required forms and photographs to determined necessary scope of work. 

  • Coordinate with other technical specialists and project team to ensure they have all documentation. 

  • Optimize procedures and maintain communication and focus. 

  • Maintain, track cases assigned and provide input where necessary in the data management information system. 

  • Review project work sheets prepared by FEMA. 

  • Review cost estimates prepared by FEMA. 

  • Keep Task Force and Project Leads informed on issues, problems & resolutions. 

  • Excellent customer service skill set, ability to listen and facilitate work to cost estimate. 

 

Qualifications and Education Requirements 

  • Strong analytical skills. 

  • Licensed Engineer (PE) / licensed Architect (AIA) in Puerto Rico required.  

  • Active member of the CIAPR / CAAPPR. 

  • Experience in sector or prior management experience is preferred. 

  • Prior experience FEMA preferred. 

  • Strong organization skills required. 

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 

  • Bilingual - English and Spanish. 


Preferred Skills

  • Knowledge of smartphone apps, MS Office, Data Information System & Time Management Skills. 


CMA is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/  Protected Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity).   

 

 


Project Cost Estimator 
Job Description/Requirements 


CMA offer multi-disciplinary engineering, architectural and field services under one roof since 1959. We  deliver effective, creative, functional and eco-conscious architectural & engineering planning and solutions, 
with knowledgeable professionals and proven project delivery methodologies.  

CMA seeks Project Cost Estimators for Disaster Recovery effort in Puerto Rico. This position is full time and  based at CMA’s offices in Puerto Rico. Fluency in Spanish and English on this position is an essential  requirement. 

Roles and Responsibilities 

 

  • The Cost Estimators shall develop scope of work and cost estimates based on documentation collected by  the project team with input, when necessary, from the technical team. This position will also review cost  estimates developed by FEMA. 

  • Evaluate project worksheets (PWs) for eligible damages. 

  • Collaborate with Licensed Engineers / Architects on technical issues. 

  • Gather standard cost data. 

  • Develop cost information and estimates for repair and/or replacement of disaster-related damage. 


Qualifications and Education Requirements 

  • 3+ years of experience working as a Construction Cost Estimator

  • Associate Degree required, Bachelor Degree preferred, in one of the following areas: construction, project development, hazard mitigation measures, engineering, or architecture. 

  • Experience in construction, project development, hazard mitigation measures, engineering, or architecture. 

  • Familiarity with regulations and standard procedures that may impact cost estimates such as environmental compliance regulatory compliance, hazard mitigation, debris removal and duplication of benefits. 

  • Demonstrated experience with cost estimating tools such as RS MEANS or CostWorks. 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. 

  • Strong analytical, problem-solving and decision making capabilities. 

  • Team player with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. 

  • Proficiency in MS Office Applications (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel). 

  • Resident of Puerto Rico. 


Preferred Skills 

 

  • Experience with cost estimating for repair and reconstruction of infrastructure projects. 

  • Familiarity with the Stafford Act regarding public assistance programs.   

  • Demonstrated knowledge of federal regulations, policies and guidance within the FEMA Public Assistance Program. 

  • We have mid and Senior level roles available. For the Senior level Certified Engineering Certification or other professional certification is required plus 10 years of experience as a Cost Estimator. 

  • Experience with disaster recovery cost estimating and data reporting. 

CMA is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/  Protected Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity). 

HR Assistant 

Job Description/Requirements
 

CMA Architects & Engineers LLC is a full-service design engineering firm with more than 58 years of experience steeped in solving complex engineering challenges. Consulting firms, contractors and infrastructure owners count on us when innovative design and intricate engineering solutions are required. We employ teams of superior engineers that bring a forward thinking approach using the latest project management, design, and support innovations.

We are offering an exciting HR opportunity for a Human Resources Generalist Assistant. Under the supervision of the Director of Human Resources and in collaboration with Office and Project Managers, the successful candidate will perform general HR roles and responsibilities. This position will be located in our facilities in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.
 
Recruiting Activities:

  • Assists in all recruiting activities for designated exempt/non-exempt staff positions

  • Stays current on the company’s organization structure, personnel policy, and federal and state laws regarding employment practices

 
Generalist Activities:

  • Gather, research and evaluate information regarding employee/management inquiries, issues and concerns

  • Collaborate in activities such as employment, benefits, and training and development programs that support the organization’s business objectives
     

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources; HR Certifications a plus

  • Some proactive HR experience

  • MSOffice applications: Excel, Word, Power Point

  • Good verbal and written communication skills: Spanish & English

  • Flexible, with ability to adapt to changes or unexpected events

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality

 
We offer a professional work environment, competitive salary and benefits package. For immediate consideration, please e-mail resume as an attachment to: jobcareers@cmapr.com

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CMA Architects & Engineers LLC does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.”

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