|Location:||Cape Canaveral, Fl|
To provide assistance with Project Management for 8-koi; a diverse Florida based service and consulting company that has been providing outstanding results for our clients for over 25-years now.
Duties and responsibilities
Manage projects from "Cradle to grave". Program managers may be assigned projects for planning and programing which will require the ability to evaluate new requirements and develop these into solid statements of work that can then be present to the 45 SW leadership for approval then up to AF level for final acceptance in to the AF Integrated Project List (IPL). Included in the development of the projects for the IPL, is scoring the subsystems of the facilities and the inputting the information into the 45's SW Builder database to help validate the need for the project. The program managers will also be responsible for evaluating and assessing facility and infrastructure and the follow on development and programming of projects for repairing the damage.
Program managers may also be assigned AFCEC or Wing approved projects for design development. Program managers will further develop the programmed projects into clear and concise AE statements of work with the assistance of AF program managers. The program managers will assist the AF program manager in the review of the designs through design completion.
Program managers will be responsible for managing awarded construction project through completion project. Conduct construction site visits to assess project progress and ensure compliance with design drawings, specifications and schedule. Possess the ability to evaluate all engineering and construction disciplines for compliance with contract documents, Air Force regulations and industry standard construction practices; identify engineering/construction areas that are not properly coordinated or that will create conflicts with the construction schedule. Attend meetings with and ensure coordination between contractors, contracting officers, US Army Corps of Engineers, government project managers, users, environmental regulatory overseers and government leadership. Review material submittals to assess compliance with design documents and recommend acceptance or rejection. Review RFIs and develop solutions for resolution. Prepare statements of work and cost estimates using R.S. Means Cost Estimating Guide or other industry standard for project change orders and perform technical evaluations on contractor proposals. Attend town hall meetings to provide project information to attendees and answer project related questions. Prepare briefings on project progress for senior leadership identifying potential problem areas as well as resolutions to problems. Assist in the completion of facility assessments due to natural disasters such as hurricanes, or to support other requirements for facility inspections and assessments. Must be able to work independently with little or no direction from AF project managers.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture or Engineering is required.
- 6 – 10 years’ experience programming, designing, soliciting and/or managing construction projects to include highly complex, multi-disciplined, multi-million dollar projects for new facilities and renovation of existing facilities and infrastructure.
- Candidate must have ability to obtain a Secret clearance. Current Secret Clearance Preferred.
Working conditions are within a normal office environment.
Normal office environment mobility; sitting, walking, bending, stooping, standing, lifting a maximum of 25 pounds (greater than 25 pounds requires a two-person lift), turning, pushing. Normal office dexterity, to include; reaching, handling, grasping, to include typing/keyboard, and phone use.