The Project Manager (PM) #2for the Alaska Range Job Order Contracts (JOC)IDIQ, leads, directs and coordinates the overall management of multiple task orders.
- Establish, update, and communicate Master Project Schedule and manage its implementation.
- Negotiate and modify task orders.
Education: ABET accredited Engineer Program Bachelor’s Degree or Construction Management Bachelor’s Degree
Thorough knowledge of construction cost, scheduling, estimating, purchasing and engineering principles and techniques. Ability to read, understand and interpret contract documents, drawings, specifications, scopes of work and project schedules
- 10 years of building construction experience and 5 years as a project/task order manager on a ($1.5M) Federal construction contract
- Preferred: current PMP certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI) or shallhave a current Certified Construction Manager (CCM) from the Construction Manager Certification Institute.
- Capable of utilizing proper business and professional verbal and written communication methods
- Possess superior interpersonal skills
- Must possess and maintain a valid Driver’s License.
- Able to receive and maintain a favorable Local Background Check (LBC) and National Agency Check (NAC) as applicable to the position requirements, current and future.
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