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SJ Public Art is looking for a Senior Project Manager

The San Jose Public Art Program has created a temporary, one-year position for a Senior Project Manager in Public Art. This position will be responsible, mainly, for construction management on projects already underway and will ‘sunset’ after a year unless there is a need to extend it.

They are looking for a candidate with experience in construction management, who likes working with a variety of disciplines (e.g. artists, landscape designers, architects); and is local if possible, since this is not a permanent position.

For more information, visit the city's website here.


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