Capital Project Manager III- Parks Division


Organization : King County- Department of Natural Resources and Parks
Job Category : Grounds and Urban Forestry
Job Type : Full Time
State/Province : WA
City : Seattle
Salary and Benefits : $87,942.40 - $111,467.20
King County Parks is growing and now is your opportunity to join our highly skilled and dedicated team as a Capital Project Manager (CPM) II in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) section.  

This is an incredible opportunity to grow as a project manager, engineer, and/or technical resource and apply your diverse skills on a wide range of Parks capital projects that will help us deliver improvements to the county’s parks and trail system.

CPM II Project types may include design and support of Parks capital projects such fish passage, regional trails, parks facilities, culvert replacements, playgrounds, bridges, structures, regional trails, park facilities, sports fields, parking lots, design review, developing design standards, operations shops, and operations and maintenance coordination.  
Come join a team with thoughtful leadership that champions the good work of our dedicated workforce, supports employee belonging, growth and development, and promotes a healthy work/life balance.
Hiring Pool Notice: We are currently filling two career service (regular full-time positions) in the Engineering Unit.  This recruitment may be used to fill current and future CPM II positions over the next six-month period spanning the first half of 2023.  CPMs may be hired into one of the following units in CIP – Engineering, Construction Management, Facilities & Asset Management or the Regional Trails unit.  These positions may be career service or temporary assignments.
Who Are We?
 Be a part of King County Parks! King County Parks has evolved from 150 acres in 1938 to more than 28,000 acres. Today, our system consists of more than 200 parks, 175 miles of regional trails, and 215 miles of backcountry trails. Our mission is to steward, enhance and acquire parks to inspire healthy communities. We seek to cultivate strong relationships with community partners to enhance park amenities for all King County residents to enjoy today and for generations to come. Learn more at

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