Construction Manager - Military veterans preferred
2019-01-12 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
The Construction Manager for Physical Security provides on-site administrative, technical management, and leadership for the design and contract compliance, and construction of large multi-million dollar Government funded construction project at a specified project site.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
Supervises the total construction effort including project design to ensure the project is constructed for a security enhancement or construction contract, in accordance with the design, budget and schedule.
Prepares a Request for Proposal for either a Design/Build enhancement or a construction contract. Ensures construction adheres to construction specifications.
Reads, interprets, and deciphers all construction documents (schedules, specifications, blueprints, schematics, diagrams, etc. Provides technical assistance and interpretation of drawings, recommending construction methods and equipment as required.
Logs, references, distributes, and files all related correspondence, drawings, and documents.
Plans, coordinates, and supervises on-site functions (scheduling, material control, and day-to-day direction of on-site administrative staff, when assigned).
Creates, edits, and reviews Scope of Works (SOW) for multiple projects with attention to detail as a technical subject matter expert (SME).
Ensures all project staff and subcontractors employed to execute engineering-construction tasks conform to applicable work rules and SOPs for security, safety, environmental controls, hazardous materials and underground utilities.
Visits construction sites at all operating locations and submits required construction reports to monitor progress against schedule/timelines.
Cooperates with visiting Government and DI personnel conducting official inspection visits and surveys and participate in their briefing or orientation.
Provides leadership, mentoring, and professional development to assigned staff.
Manages the work of teams to procure and construct work.
Leads, manages and mentors the assigned technical and professional staff responsible for the facilities construction management of tasks from contract development through construction completion.
Attends meetings as required including design and construction reviews and construction kickoff meetings.
Perform other qualified duties as assigned
Knowledge & Skills
Knowledge of cost controls, contractual and project management of international construction projects.
Knowledge of construction materials, processes, techniques, and methods.
Thorough knowledge of OSHA and related federal and state legislation and regulations.
Knowledge and understanding of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
Effective leadership and interpersonal skills.
Requires an ability to gain a thorough knowledge of practices, standards, and regulations as they apply to the design and build of U.S. Embassy security enhancements of leased facilities, residential properties, and offsite compounds.
Excellent communication and organizational skills are essential.
Has the ability to use Project and Construction Management planning and reporting tools such as Microsoft Project and Primavera.
Experience & Education
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction technology, or construction management preferred.
Five(5) years of related work experience with a broad engineering and/or construction background.
Experience in government funded projects in the Middle East and/or underdeveloped countries preferred.
An EIT or Professional Certification/Project Management Certification is desired.
Additional knowledge/skills may be required by contract or assignment.
Prior construction Project Management experience desired.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Works in a normal office environment with controlled temperature and lighting conditions.
May be required to respond to a wide variety of operational circumstances, including extreme weather conditions and rudimentary infrastructure.