2018-11-08 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
The Site Manager 3 coordinates and oversees the day to day operations, maintenance, personnel, and services at assigned FOB (Forward Operating Base) ensuring quality to the customer.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract)
Manages a large array of services and accompanying labor force for assigned location
Oversee sub-contract agreements with local companies providing labor, equipment and supplies
Direct administrative and operational departments, managers and supervisors
Manage diverse team of U.S. nationals supervising skilled, semi-skilled foreign and local nationals
Conduct meetings with the military customers to ensure that all requirements are met as defined in the Statement of Work
Develops and executes briefings and presentations, as needed
Communicate new requirements, concerns, and issues to PMO for resolution
Provide administrative and operation direction to assigned employees in the area of operations
Ensure that contract requirements are met for employee health, morale, and welfare
Ensure that employees adhere to customer, armed forces and host nation standards of conduct concerning in-theater operations
Effectively manage any employee management issues that may arise
Oversee equipment and material within assigned area of responsibility
Coordinate and oversee arrival, retrofit, and upgrade of equipment and material as assigned
Directs the weekly and monthly collaboration and collection of data for quality input to PEBs or AFEB
Directs and/or submits timely reports required by the United States government
Directs and oversees the development and integration of evolving site functions and personnel
Ensures resources are applied to achieve highest standards of service to client specifications
Monitors standards and completes relevant documentation
Implements training programs
Plans and oversees the execution of any additional services requested by the client
Provides leadership and direction to department/section managers/supervisors
Give direction and oversight pertaining but not limited to the following areas: operation and maintenance, food service, construction, hazardous material, waste management, contracts, and power generation
Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
General knowledge of some of the following areas is highly desired: operations and maintenance, food service, general construction, hazardous material, waste management, contracts, and/or power generation
General knowledge of: base operations, municipality operation and/or public works is desired but not necessary
Sound management background displaying ability to staff, organize, lead and manage a diverse work force larger than 250 people
Knowledge of US military operations and contracting support in a contingency environment
Knowledge of cultural, economic, geopolitical, and military issues of the Middle East and/or Arab-speaking countries within that region desired
Excellent communications skills
Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
Advanced organizational skills, computer literacy, and demonstrated expertise of research methodologies.
Ability to exercise discretion and make effective decisions
Strong ability to work as a member of a diverse, dynamic team
Outstanding problem solving skills and sound judgment
Strong interpersonal skills
Experience & Education
Seven (7) years of experience with site management or leadership equivalent
Prefer bachelor’s degree in an associated discipline
U.S. military experience desired
LOGCAP/military management experience is highly desired
Work experience in remote/austere/hazardous environments desired
Management experience over large project needed
Several years of experience in one or several of the following industries: operations and maintenance, general construction, hazardous material, waste management, and/or power generation
Background working with diverse cultures, as well as workers from various industries/trades highly desired
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Willingness to travel and work in various locations in the world
Willingness to work shifts and extended hours in support of 24/7 operations
Good physical condition
Living and working conditions at the assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable.
Long hours, exposure to weather and hazardous conditions.
Personnel should be aware of moving on short notice and under adverse conditions.
Ability to travel domestically and internationally.