- Construction Management
- Manual Transmission Experience
- Driver's License
- Professional Engineer
Hazardous Area Construction Manager - Project Manager (MIS000044)
Hazardous Area Construction Manager/Project Manager – Senior (Hazardous Area CM/PM-FP.) leads, manages, and supervises a multi-functional team of subject matter experts, HVAC technicians, allied tradesmen, plumbers, electricians, carpenters, janitors, welders, grounds maintenance personnel. The Hazardous Area CM/PM-FP advises and assists the customer in all aspects of project planning, design-build, construction,), project deactivation, including supporting site operational and maintenance (O&M) as well as workforce mobilization and demobilization. The Hazardous Area CM/PM-FP is responsible for developing construction documents and specifications; evaluation of bids; reviewing of shop drawings and submittals; conducting site inspections and quality assurance; evaluating project modifications and change orders; and validating accomplishment of work claimed on invoices for partial payments. These tasks may include, but not limited to coordinating and assisting third party construction firm(s) in such a manner as to ensure project success, to include being on-budget, on-time, within scope, with an acceptable level of quality given the project requirements and the environment.
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES: 100%.
Provide Hazardous Area CM/PM-FP. services for OCONUS hazardous areas to include high and elevated risk areas
Responsible for managing multiple projects simultaneously and adjusting priorities as required
Coordinate and assist third party construction firm(s) in such a manner as to ensure project success, to include being on-budget, on-time, within scope, with an acceptable level of quality given the project requirements and the environment
Coordinate construction activities between all disciplines (architectural, mechanical, electrical, safety, security, logistics, communication) and any other project related functions
Manage the Integrated Project Team (IPT), which may include security, logistics, telephone, computer system, contracts, facility support officer and construction personnel
Provide weekly status reports of the project and of any/all support required from other locations
Coordinate and assist site development, cast-in-place concrete construction, electrical power generation plants and distribution systems, expedient field construction techniques, building systems and oversight of compound construction
Assist the Government in all aspects of project planning, design, construction, O&M, and deactivation to include development of construction documents and specifications; evaluation of bids; reviewing of shop drawings and submittals; site inspections and quality assurance; evaluation of project modifications and change orders; and validating accomplishment of work claimed on invoices for partial payments
Assist in developing Statement of Work (SOW) requirements
Ensure that the project adheres to established SOW requirements, schedules and budgets
Maintain daily project log, document all activities related to the project including changes in the SOW, schedule deviation and cost impacts
Maintain close communication with the Customer to ensure their satisfaction through project completion
Assist in performing drawing reviews, conducting site surveys, reviewing change orders, contractor oversight, quality assurance, final project acceptance and assisting with approval final project approvals
Coordinate with all Government stakeholders (i.e. Management, Security, Utility Outages Transportation/Logistics, Communications/IT)
MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED:
Laptop and desk computer.
Individual Protective Equipment (i.e., Hardhat,Steel Toed Boots, Safety Glasses, Work Gloves, Hearing Protection, etc.
Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment
Be licensed and able to drive a manual transmission non-tactical vehicle (SUV, pickup truck/9 passenger van).
US Government leased, owned, and rented vehicles.
Valid, current U.S. Passport
Valid, current U.S. Driver’s License
Travel to and through out various OCONUS locations, often to remote, austere, remote permissive, non-permissive environments.
Work in an operationally-sensitive environment
Perform tasks outside during any weather condition for long periods of time.
Operate standard office equipment, such as a computer, copy machine and printer.
Function in an office environment in a stationary position approximately 50 percent of the time or more.
Work well in team environments including demonstrate the ability to function independently with minimal supervision.
Function not only in an office environment in a stationary position approximately 50 percent of the time or more, but also work in austere, remote or non-remote permissive and non-permissive environments.
Develop and build relationships with logistics management counterparts within parent organization as well as with external organizations facilitating the coordination of various logistical support projects.
Able to lift twenty-five percent (25%) of his/her body weight over his/her head
Bachelor’s degree in any field; high school, vocational school, or trade school diploma and five (5) years’ work experience in a similar field may be substituted for degree requirement
Must have Valid U.S. Driver’s and be able to obtain an International Driver’s License
Must have a valid U.S. Passport
Be licensed and able to drive a manual transmission non-tactical vehicle (SUV,pickup truck/9 passenger van).
Pass customer specific training and certifications.
Project Management Professional (PMP) desired
Professional Engineer (PE) certification desired
Must be worldwide deployable, often to remote, austere permissive and non-permissive environments
Must have an current, adjudicated, and active TS/SCI security clearance with Poly
Five (5) years of experience in overseas construction management
One (1) year of OCONUS experience with local contractors and labor forces (may be cumulative over several projects/deployments)
Six (6) months of experience working in a Government-designated war zone (may be cumulative over several projects/deployments)
Possess knowledge, skills and abilities, including experience in deployed expeditionary support services, at minimum, in areas of logistics management, logistics planning, facility management, supply, transportation, traffic management, vehicle maintenance, facility maintenance, facility management, warehouse management, janitorial support services, etc.
Specialized knowledge, skills and abilities experience in facility Operations and Maintenance (O&M) support services with general carpentry and/or general construction skills performing and/or managing base or compound O&M support services
Lead, manage, and supervise a multi-functional team of HVAC technicians, plumbers, electricians, carpenters, janitors, grounds maintenance personnel, etc.
Advise and assist Client with planning, programming, budgeting, and executing organizational compound expeditionary O&M support services requirements.
Serve as team lead on single or multiple projects
Primary Location: United States-DC-Washington DC
Job: Technical Specialty/Skilled Trade
Clearance Level required at Start Date: TS/SCI with Poly
Travel: Yes, 5 % of the Time
Work Status: Full-time
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