Job Opportunities at New York City Mayor’s Office of Appointments

The New York City Mayor’s Office of Appointments is hiring!  Below is a list of job vacancies recommended for MSPM students and alumni. If interested in applying and you want MSPM to recommend you for the job, please send your resume to aesocrates@gwu.edu.

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MOO Capital Projects Advisor ( # 278719) DoITT provides for the sustained, efficient and effective delivery of IT services, infrastructure and telecommunications to enhance service delivery to New York City’s residents, businesses, employees and visitors. The successful candidate will serve as a Capital Projects Advisor reporting to the Mayor’s Office of Operations. At least six years of full-time satisfactory experience in construction management work on capital projects, each one of which must have had a dollar value of at least $15,000, at least eighteen months of which must ha ve been in a managerial or consultative capacity in an organization responsible for the management of construction; and a combination of the following, sufficient to equal a total of ten years of education and experience. 

DEP Chief of Staff to the Bureau of Engineering Design  and Construction ( #281821 ) BEDC currently has $10B of active construction contracts and another $3B of planning and design contracts under its responsibility and management. The Chief of Staff is part of the Bureau leadership team and is expected to provide leadership and effective management in all assigned areas including specific initiatives, workforce development, projects, capital programs and policies. The position also provides analyses to articulate the Bureau’s capital programs and policies; and acts as the lead coordinator for Bureau-wide activities and meetings with the Deputy Commissioner. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, business administration, or public administration, and five years of full-time satisfactory experience in the planning, administering or expediting of engineering design, and/or construction, or coordinating a very large engineering project, two years of which must have been in an administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory capacity is required.

DCASDeputy Commissioner of Facilities Management (#284095 ) -Under the direction of the First Deputy Commissioner, the Deputy Commissioner will lead the Facility Operations, Building Services, Tenant Services, Capital Construction, and Fire Safety units.The candidate should possess excellent managerial ability, including significant experience in facilities management; extensive knowledge of asset and resource management; outstanding written and oral communications skills, including the ability to represent the agency and the Commissioner at the most senior levels. Candidates should also have in-depth knowledge of NYC government, particularly as to the City’s real estate assets and their management.

MOS Transportation Advisor (#237059) -Under supervision of the Director of Energy Regulatory Affairs and with a wide degree of latitude, the selected candidate work closely with other MOS staff, as well as the Department of Transportation and the Department of Citywide Administrative Services, to design and implement citywide policies and programs to reduce transportation-related GHG and local criteria air pollutants. A graduate degree from an accredited college in city planning, urban planning, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, transportation engineering, public administration, economic development, energy, engineering, or related fields.

DOT  Deputy Commissioner for the Division of Transportation Planning & Management. (#285293)-  The Deputy Commissioner will lead the Division of Transportation Planning & Management. Responsibilities include managing a division staff of 510 employees and an annual budget of $118 million; providing executive-level oversight of all agency transportation and planning projects, activities, and related outreach. Fifteen + years of experience in urban transportation planning ; expert level experience in the development, implementation, and evaluation of street safety improvement projects; experience overseeing operations and technical staff  and superior communication skills, including the ability to prepare, interpret, and present complex reports and data.