Jacobs Construction Project Manager in Silverdale, Washington
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The incumbent is responsible for assisting in preparation of proposals, coordination of construction contract, updating client on progress, and final close out of IDIQ work. Reviews project plans and specifications for constructability prior to contract advertisement and confers with contractor's representative to resolve differences in opinion. Conduct site visits with prospective bidders, and preconstruction conferences with successful bidders, to discuss contact requirements. Obtains necessary drawings, submittals, certification, and test reports for approval by the appropriate authority. Inspects workmanship and materials to ensure compliance with specifications and ensures all quality control tests and inspections are properly performed. Maintains positive working relationships with government officials regarding the prime contract and non-reoccurring work including IDIQ Task Orders. Works directly with Safety Manager, shops, Task Order Managers, Subcontractors, Procurement and Accounting departments. Facilitates conflict resolution on scopes of work to maintain project schedule and customer satisfaction. The incumbent will manage the projects to ensure on time and within budget delivery of the products requested by the Navy Customer.
Essential Duties & Job Functions:
Acts as a representative of Jacobs in discussions with government officials and communicate government requirements to Project Coordinators and subcontractors.
Reviews Government Scope of Work and Scopes of Work developed for subcontractors.
Reviews PPIs and RFIs for applicability, accuracy and relevance.
Reviews proposals for technical capability, accuracy, and completeness.
Organizes Pre-Construction (Pre-Con) meetings.
Track submittals and document flow.
Supervises management of multiple work orders, task orders, RFPs, and projects at various stages of work and conducts periodic on-site inspections of work in progress.
Updates construction schedule to keep client up-to-date on progress.
Immediately notifies JACOBS and Customer of any project delays.
Ensures workers and sub-contractor personnel have proper Base access credentials.
Oversees and/or conducts site specific quality checks.
Gathers statistical data and specifications to determine present standards.
Audits, analyzes, and provides evaluation of performance to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, codes, and standards.
Identifies need for utility or access outages using the proper channels.
Ensures that all project close-out procedures are met; conducts final walk-through with the customer and ensures the project is signed-off properly following completion.
Responsible for final review of end of the month billing for multiple work orders and task orders.
Ensures all work sites are clean and neat during and at the end of the project.
Ensures project complies with all safety regulations, as well as state and or contractual standards to avoid fines, civil penalties or criminal prosecution.
Ensures adherence to the Company Safety Program and reports all incidents, including near misses to Site Safety Health Officer. Investigates accidents and ensures any needed corrective actions are completed.
Managing, scheduling and preparing documents for escort billing, shop support and credit card purchases.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Facilitating construction project processes.
Knowledge of common safety practices and protective equipment used on a construction site.
Giving direction and leading assigned tasks.
Reading, analyzing, and interpreting professional journals, technical procedures, and government regulations.
Presenting information and responding to questions from managers and customers.
Defining problems, collecting data, and establishing facts.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
High school graduate or equivalent.
1 to 4 years of progressive experience, to include knowledge of construction standards; means and methods, field practices and techniques; materials and equipment selection in compliance with regulations and US accepted standards.
Skill in the use of MS Office Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint at an intermediate level.
Understanding of or experience with WinEst and/or RS Means.
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in verbal and written forms.
Ability to think clearly and decisively in emergency situations.
Superior analytical ability and mature judgment.
Valid state driver’s license with acceptable driving record
Ability to successfully pass any background checks and/or drug testing required on the contract.
Ability to deal with a variety of people in a professional and courteous manner in diversified situations.
Must possess or obtain USACE Certified Quality Manager (CQM) Certification within 6 months after hire.
Associate degree or advanced education in Construction Management
Previous experience on Federal or Government construction projects.
30-hour OSHA safety class or equivalent within the last five years.
40-hour Construction Hazard Awareness Course.
Experience using MAXIMO CMMS database system.
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