Chenega Corporation Construction Project Manager in Ft. Belvoir, Virginia
The Construction Project Manager shall provide leadership, direct, supervise, and manage all activities related to the project to ensure contract compliance, as the lead CWS employee for the project. The Construction Project Manager shall monitor methods and procedures employed to ensure conformance with contract policies and government regulations and interpret directives, technical orders, and policies for assigned supervisory personnel. The Construction Project Manager shall establish procedures and programs for increased operational effectiveness and implement procedures to maintain project schedules and budgets. The Construction Project Manager shall coordinate and establish work priorities and schedules and ensure the Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR)’s satisfaction for contract compliance in the performance of the works and coordination with the End User. The Construction Project Manager shall conduct weekly progress meetings to monitor and manage KPIs for safety, quality, performance, and budget to ensure a timely completion with the current budget. The Construction Project Manager shall determine earned value and prepare monthly progress reports with progress payment applications.
Supervise a multi-national Project Management Team in the performance of their duties to plan, schedule, and coordinate projects to construct, repair, alter, and/or renovate the building structure and installed systems and equipment.
Supervise and maintain 100% accountability for all assigned staff.
Responsible for the overall management, development, and evaluation of team members.
Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with policies and applicable laws.
Conduct mentoring, training, and performance evaluations.
Establish internal procedures with site team member to ensure contract compliance.
Implement and ensure compliance with CWS policies and procedures.
Coordinate and ensure contract compliance from all General Contractors (GCs) and/or subcontractors.
Assist the Program Manager to determine personnel and subcontractor requirements for contract construction programs.
Ensure quality assurance in all duties and all works performed.
Promote safety and security awareness for all site team members.
Ensure site offices, lay-down/storage areas, temporary works, and housekeeping, etc. are maintained in an organized manner and professional appearance.
Ensure all functions are in accordance with operational plans for safety, fire prevention, emergency evacuation, and mishaps.
Evaluate subordinate personnel and initiate and approve all personnel actions.
Ensure the preparation and distribution of daily, weekly, and monthly reports per the contract deliverables and as requested by customer.
Review ongoing costs to ensure operations are accomplished within assigned budget.
Provide risk mitigation for long-range planning.
Conduct weekly progress meetings to ensure KPIs are within contract compliance and issue notifications to identify and correct deficiencies.
Develop Logistics Management Plan and Site Utilization Plan, etc.
Assist the scheduler in the preparation and approval of the Baseline Detailed CPM schedule, as per contract requirements.
Other duties as assigned
High school diploma or GED required
BS degree preferred (Construction Mgmt or Engineering)
10+ years of successful experience in a similar capacity, on a similar or relevant project(s)
Required to be a US citizen
Background check required
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Successful experience with historical renovation of federal facilities preferred
Strong technical and communication skills with excellent organizational skills
Successful experience managing P&L for at-risk construction and ability to manage subcontractors
Excellent problem solving skills and ability to adapt to changing requirements
Ability to work in a team environment and collaborate daily with the project team
Proficient in construction documentation and drawing literate with knowledge of all phases of construction, divisions of work, methods, materials, scheduling, and cost control
Strong knowledge and appreciation of USACE EM385 construction safety processes and ability to enforce the project safety plan
Experience in report writing and knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word is required
Knowledge of Critical Path Method and cost and resource loaded scheduling
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