SAIC is seeking a highly skilled advisor to join our team to support of our contract with the US Justice Department’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP). ICITAP is an international law enforcement development agency with projects around the world.
The Maritime Project Coordinator (MPC) for position supporting construction efforts in Ukraine. The MPC duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Provide expert recommendations, support and oversight in the refurbishment and construction of in-water and near water structures; verification of construction adequacy; and that work is conducted and completed in accordance with the applicable contract(s).
Conducting construction inspections (which will require in-country travel), implementation and oversight of the Quality Management System (QMS) and submitting reviews for the construction project.
Organization, direction, supervision and
coordination of construction activities on multiple project sites throughout
Ukraine as delineated in the applicable Work Plan Package and Site-Specific
Report directly to the ICITAP Program Director – Ukraine but will also work closely with the US Department of State, Export Control and Related Border Security (EXBS), Maritime Border Guard Capacity Building Project Coordinator and the SAIC Construction Project Coordinator.
Manage multi-discipline construction trades crews, including demolition, masonry, plumbing, steel fabrication and electrical.
Work procedures, scheduling, cost control, project specification conformity, establishment of manpower levels, monitoring and implementation of safety programs, project conformance to national, local and/or company building codes and the maintenance of accurate records.
Satisfactory conduct of all construction operations and task accomplishment in an economical, efficient and timely manner on a project.
Monitors craft performance relative to budget, schedules and deadlines.
Monitors manpower utilization, effectiveness and productivity.
Facilitates the efficient use of personnel and equipment.
Implements and enforces work rules.
Coordinates movement and use of equipment and supplies with Material Management.
Requisitions tools, materials and equipment in accordance with established procedures and necessary lead times.
Prepares and reviews plans, specifications, drawings and schedules to determine work phases and work priorities.
Determines and recommends solutions to construction and architectural discrepancies.
Inspects fieldwork to evaluate construction progress, efficiency of operation and cost control.
Overall project workmanship and goal attainment.
Implements the construction portion of the assigned project through day-to-day direction of all field activities and is responsible for all job site activities.
Ensures timely and efficient execution of fieldwork.
Acts as the primary client contact for all construction project field activities.
Ensures all construction is in compliance with design specifications, is completed on schedule, adheres to budget, meets accounting requirements and is built to quality standards.
Functions as a Project Manager on a direct-hire construction-only project or as the field manager on an engineering/ procurement/construction management project.
Under general direction, responsible for managing very large and/or complex construction projects.
QualificationsEducation & Experience:
Fifteen (15) years construction field experience in all phases of Civil and Building Construction or a degree in Civil or Structural Engineering, Construction Management or related field and ten (10) years of field experience.
Demonstrated experience in refurbishment and new construction of concrete and steel structures.
Demonstrated experience in refurbishment of existing reinforced concrete structures where corroded reinforcing steel is the root cause of the refurbishment requirement
Experience in all aspects of building construction.
Possesses a thorough knowledge of all engineering disciplines, construction technologies and job site management
Experience in delivering construction projects associated with maritime operations
Experience in dealing with developing nations’ based vendors and subcontractors.
Experience in masonry building projects, electrical projects, or civil/structural projects.
Versed in the International Building Code in addition to general construction practices.
Knowledgeable of Host Nation National Building Codes
Excellent communication (verbal and written English) and customer service skills
Experience in successfully directing, managing, and leading a project’s foreign local labor support workforce.
Able to obtain a DoJ Public Trust verification.
Professional Engineer designation
Must have strong knowledge of U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulation and be familiar with common program budget types (e.g. cost plus, fixed price, time & materials, etc.)
Construction Safety ticket (CSTS-09).