Act as project manager for the Critical Projects process as outlined in consultation with the Governor, the Board, the Executive Director, and other members of the leadership team;
· For each project submitted, the incumbent will:
o Identify all Puerto Rico Government Agencies that will have a role in permitting, approval, authorizing, or other activity related to the development of each project submission;
o Develop a Critical Project Report for each project submission, which will consider all criteria outlined.
o Coordinate with Puerto Rican Government Agencies to ensure prompt submissions of Expedited Permitting Processes for each project submitted and work with Puerto Rican Government Agencies to implement each Expedited Permitting Process for each Critical Project.
· Prepare status reports and communicate with Executive Director and the Board about important milestones and decisions required.
· Ensure Critical Project Reports are promptly made public and ensure public response of all comments.
· Exercise all other functions and responsibilities entrusted to the Revitalization Coordinator
· Conduct all such functions and responsibilities free of conflicts of interest or the appearance of such
· Multi-year experience working with the infrastructure sector preferred.
· Must be able to apply problem-solving and experience-based judgement to complex challenges by focusing on the critical issues and constraints that affect business performance.
· Must demonstrate leadership, integrity, a sharp analytical mind, creativity, and the ability to work under pressure and at a very fast-speed with people
across all levels in an organization.
· Should possess strong writing, editing, and leadership skills. Mastery of written and oral Spanish and English are required.
· Analytical and financial planning skills necessary.
· Outcome and goal oriented.
· Excellent organizational and coordination skill
(A) have substantial knowledge and expertise in the planning, predevelopment, financing, development, operations, engineering, or market participation of infrastructure projects, provided that stronger consideration may be given to candidates who have experience with Energy Projects and the laws and regulations of Puerto Rico that may be subject to an Expedited Permitting Process;
(B) does not currently provide goods or services to the government of Puerto Rico (and, as applicable, is not the spouse, parent, child, or sibling of a person who provides or has provided goods and services to the government of Puerto Rico in the preceding 3 calendar years); and
(C) shall not be an officer, employee of, or former officer or employee of the government of Puerto Rico in the preceding 3 calendar years.