Facilities Manager/Engineer - Military veterans preferred

2018-11-07
Raytheon (www.raytheon.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


St. Louis
Missouri
United States

Raytheon IIS/GIS provides Operations and Maintenance support for the Intelligence Community.

Job Description:

Raytheon is seeking a TS/SCI Cleared Facilities Manager/Engineer to provide our NGA customer with senior strategic facility planning expertise to assist in the structured development, assessment, integration, programming, budgeting, action assignment, tracking, and execution of tasks. Duties include:

•Develop program and execute plans for major facilities projects culminating in MILCON projects.
•Update the strategic facility plan as necessary to satisfy NGA’s real-property facility requirements.
•Identify and analyze alternatives leading to recommended courses of action to satisfy NGA facility requirements.
•Develop DD1391 and other MILCON programming documents.
•Assist in the development of project cost estimates.
•Prepare presentations for senior management.
•Incorporate ongoing studies.
•Analyze emergent facility engineering issues such as antiterrorism/force protection requirements and facilities condition assessments for incorporation in the project.
•Perform necessary financial analysis for the N2W project.
•Provide resource allocation recommendations while taking into account risk considerations.
•Prepare cost estimates using the unified facilities criteria and other credible industry resources.
•Coordinate with NGA Directorates to obtain the necessary data to complete all financial analysis.
•Develop and deliver supporting documentation and presentations to justify findings.
•Develop Interagency Agreements (ISSA), MOUs and related/similar documentation.
•Review and evaluate United States Air Force real estate land acquisition documents.
•Evaluate environmental restoration and remediation documents for compliance with applicable Missouri Department of Natural Resource (MDNR) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards in support of land acquisition process.
•Develop and edit real property transfer documents.
•Develop documents required to support NGA’s compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Protection Act (NHPA).
•Provide support and assistance with real property acquisition and related environmental restoration activities.
•Provide support to the N2W Program East Program Liaison as it relates to development, support and defense of N2W Program Budget, as well as land acquisition activities.

Required Skills:

•Must have demonstrated experience (12 years minimum) in the area of engineer planning related to federal programming, design and construction.
•Must have demonstrated experience in inspecting quality and adherence to specifications of both construction documents (plans, specifications and design analysis) and work in place on large (over $50M) federal construction projects.
•Must have demonstrated experience on the latest trends and state-of-the-art technologies pertaining to network engineering practices in facility design, construction, renovations, space management, construction delivery methods (Design-Bid-Build, Design-Build, Early Contractor Involvement, etc.) and knowledge management to ensure that major capital development projects meet the owner’s current and future requirements.
•Current Professional Engineer license (can be issued from any US state).
Must have a current TS/SCI and be willing and able to pass a CI Polygraph as required

Desired Skills:

•Certifications related to project management, such as the Project Management Professional (PMP), or their military equivalent.

•Professional Engineer License held in one of the 50 states or a US Territory is desired

Required Education:

Masters in Electrical, Mechanical, or Civil Engineering or equivalent experience in a related field;

This position requires a U.S. Person.





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Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.