Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Project Manager, Electronic Security Systems Maintenance
POSITION IS CONTINGENT ON CONTRACT AWARD
KBR is in search of a Project Manager to lead a Department of Defense (DoD) project focused on the design, installation, and maintenance of an electronic security system to include Access Control Systems, Intrusion Detection Systems, Video Surveillance Systems, Perimeter Intrusiton Detection, and Cyber Security Support. The position requires oversight of all project elements, including personnel management, financial management, customer management, schedule management, risk management, and change order management. The position will require the management of a team of technicians, engineers, subject matter experts, drafters, information assurance experts, program support staff, and subcontractors to execute the project scope. The project manager will need to travel to provide oversight during installation activities. The project locations include Travis Air Force Base, CA and Cannon AFB, NM.
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