- Time Management
- Clean Driving Record
- Organizational Skills
- Project Management
- Driver's License
Hiring for this position is still pending award of contract.
This opportunity is for a POTENTIAL CONTRACT award and is contingent upon the contract being awarded. Consideration for a potential contract may require a signed letter of intent. If the contract is awarded, another position posting will be available on the Company Careers portal.
Manage and oversee all aspects of project cost controls, financial requirements, safety, schedule, change management systems and quality for successful completion of the project. Responsible for monitoring and tracking contract performance and compliance with contract deliverables. Evaluates operational activities and determines methods for productivity improvement. Maintains relationships with client, corporate management, designers, subcontractors, consultants, and vendors. Oversees development of project schedule activities. Manage and/or coordinate project staffing and resources. Administers project procurement including invoicing, billing, contract modifications, and subcontracts. Responsible for maintaining a good working environment to include human relations, payroll, and ethics compliance. Complies with company-wide safety program, cultivates an active safety culture, and promotes quality in performance and customer service. Establishes QA/QC procedures and conducts quality control inspections and assists in preconstruction efforts while preparing trade contracts and bid packages. Lead and attend project meetings, including progress, preconstruction, and design development. Develop and implement project execution plan. Develop and implement project work plan in coordination with Superintendent. Demonstrate commitment to a Safety First Environment through personal actions and mentoring project staff.
Possess a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Business/Finance or Management.
Must be familiar with Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) equipment operations, central heating and cooling plants and power generation equipment.
Demonstrated familiarity with operating a number of facility operations plans including, but not limited to Interior and Exterior Lighting Operating Plans; Building Operations Plans; Service Call Plans; Preventive Maintenance Plans and the management of a team of subcontractor executing targeted work efforts.
Demonstrate an understanding of Government Contract, Statements of Work, correspondence, reports and records. Demonstrated ability to work independently with substantial latitude for action or decision. Must possess negotiation skills for management of contract scope changes. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to function in and develop teams. Excellent time management and organizational skills. Strong decision making and problem solving skills. Ability to be flexible and adapt to constant change. Ability to work flexible hours, as required to meet deadlines. Must have valid U.S. driver’s license, a clean driving record, and be willing to travel as needed.
Must possess project management experience in government contracts on projects over $10 million.
Must possess four (4) years of recent experience (within the past 7 years) as a first-line supervisor in directing personnel responsible for the accomplishment of building operations, maintenance and repair work. Acceptable experience must be in facilities encompassed in a large campus composed of at least 10 - 15 buildings (approximately 900,000 sq ft) and includes computer rooms and supports a building population of approximately 2,700.