Construction Project Manager
Company: E Talent Network
Posted on: January 27, 2023
Clearance: Minimum of Active Top-Secret clearance required.
- Minimum of five years relevant experience for respective
disciplines listed below.
- Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office tools required.
- Must be knowledgeable of construction disciplines, to include
civil, architectural, mechanical, electrical, and electronic
engineering and information technology principles. Broad-based
understanding of project management with strong planning, problem
solving, and organizational skills.
- Ability to maintain overview of entire project while continuing
to attend to detailed technicalities. Capable of independent
decision making, possess a high degree of individual initiative,
and be able to function with no supervision.
- Must have in-depth knowledge of US Government Secured
Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) construction.
- Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication
skills with strong leadership, project management, team building,
and presentation skills required Demonstrated experience in project
leadership and team management
- Attend regular and special project meetings as required.
- Meetings may be at the project site or nearby offices.
- Meetings may be in person, conference calls or video
teleconferences. Create and update project reports and
communications on regular schedules and as needed to support
- Reports/communications will include all project information
related to scope, schedule, budget, issues, and other relevant
information. Roles & Responsibilities:
- Reports/communications may include charts and pictures. Create,
set-up and maintain a project filing, record keeping and
documentation system. Update the various Project Management
Information Systems (PMIS) that may be used on each project to
include client and other government systems.
- Provide overall project management functions to include
monitoring and controlling the project and communicating across all
project stakeholders, initiating the project, planning the project,
executing the project, and closing the project
- During the service provider acquisition phase provide
assistance to the government contracting officer with contract
procurement, answering bid or request for proposal (RFP) questions,
attending/participating in site visits (or market surveys),
attending/participating in pre-bid conferences, preparing/issuing
solicitation amendments for review and approval by the contracting
officer and performing cost/bid/proposal analysis.
- During the design phase provide design technical reviews, code
compliance reviews, constructability reviews, analysis of value
engineering proposals, preparation of cost estimates, cost
analysis, cost control and cost monitoring, site investigations and
site surveys, scheduling, review of design scope changes,
leading/attending design review meetings, performing market studies
(related to contractor interest) and assisting client offices with
phasing and move planning as needed to support the project.
- During the construction phase, manage, monitor and recommend
approval/disapproval of project submittals, review and monitor
project tasks and schedules for progress with emphasis on milestone
completions, lead or assist in problem resolution to include
developing the Government's position, maintain marked up sets of
plans and current drawings and specifications, perform routine
inspections of construction as the work progresses, identifying
work that does not conform to contract requirements and taking
action to notify appropriate personnel/contractors in order to
correct the shortfalls, compiling lists of defects and omissions,
monitoring project financial data and budgets, monitoring and
controlling project change orders by developing proposal requests,
preparing cost estimates, reviewing cost proposals, assisting in
negotiations and preparing change order packages, leading and
conducting regular progress meetings to review progress, cost and
schedule and resolve issues.
- Document each meeting through notes and minutes, coordinate
construction activities with FBI managers and personnel, monitoring
of hazardous material abatement work, assist the contracting office
with preparation of progress payments, oversee and monitor the
range of commissioning services for the project.
- During the project close out phase perform post occupancy
evaluations, assist with preparing lessons learned, close out all
accounting and financial accounts, assist with developing and
implementing move-in and move-out plans, provide move coordination
and relocation assistance, provide coordination and oversight of
client installed systems and equipment such as furniture, phones,
cabling, IT systems, locks and alarms, file and archive all project
information such as documents, specifications, drawings and other
types of information, assist with transitioning the project over to
the office responsible for the long term management of the
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