This position requires a current US Government TOP SECRET security clearance
The Construction Project Manager – Senior Level will support projects including but not limited to construction, design/build, architecture and engineering, space management, facilities management, real estate, and leasing of large and complex construction projects. Additionally, provides technical support daily to all customers, manages electronic documents, serves as the liaison for other customer groups related to all projects, provides expertise, monitors security related issues, and maintains a coordinating relationship with the government agency, its clients, and external partners to include the architect-engineers, construction contractors, and other contractors supporting the government. This position description provides a baseline of technical areas for the Senior Construction Project Manager; however, this list does not restrict performance requested on other related assignments.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
The general responsibilities of the Construction Project Manager – Senior Level are as follows, to include but not limited to:
As required, provide on-site construction management oversight during mobilization, site preparation, construction, fit-out, commissioning and occupancy.
Provides the leadership, oversight, and overall responsibility for the timeliness, completeness, and quality of multiple construction projects.
Directly interface with clients to define requirements.
Provides general oversight of many of the duties and tasks that must be accomplished in the construction and renovation of government real property.
Able to manage a large multi-faceted project.
Manages the Project Management Team by maintaining a coordinating relationship with the government agency, its clients, as well as, with the architect-engineers, construction contractors and other contractors supporting the government. When required, delegates tasks and provides technical assistance to the team to include subordinate Project Managers-Mid Level or Assistant Construction Project Managers. Responsible for quality of work products and timeliness of delivery by those team members.
Provides deep understanding and knowledge of each phase of the construction process, including architectural design and creations of development documents by architects and engineers. Communicates with project team, architects, clients, vendors of the products they are using, and subordinate staff.
Oversees projects, including tracking metrics and updating logs, leads meetings, user needs, and schedule are met.
Prepares documentation such as the scope of work, technical reviews, and miscellaneous reports.
Develops charters, acts as a Change Agent Manager, responsible for accountability of project, defines roles and responsibilities, performs project tracking, adopts project management best practices, promotes customer involvement, applies lessons learned from recent projects, promotes good working relationships, enforces effective change control, developing contingency planning and providing recommended solutions, exemplifies project management development and manages project priorities.
The Construction Project Manager – Senior Level shall have the following qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, engineering, architecture or another related technical field.
Professional certifications required. Examples include Certified Construction Manager (CCM), Project Management Professional (PMP), Professional Engineer (PE), American Institute of Architects (AIA), Registered Architect (RA), etc.
15 years of experience managing multi-faceted projects.
Proven ability to manage multiple projects/activities in a dynamic fast pace environment.
Superior communication and organization development skills.
Experience in managing people. Have strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with and manage cross-functional teams.
- Expert in Microsoft Office and industry/project software packages to include but not be limited to latest versions of (PM Prolog, Newforma, Microsoft Project, Primavera, RS Means, Buzz saw or other cloud-based construction management protocols, etc.).
- Project Management of Federal Government construction projects is preferred.
USGI offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits including health, dental and vision benefits, life insurance, AD&D, short and long-term disability insurance, 401(k) plan with company match, plus generous PTO offerings to include vacation/sick days, bereavement leave, and 10 paid Federal holidays.
USGI is an EO employer – Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories.