Jacobs Energy Projects Coordinator in washington, District Of Columbia
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Reporting to the Sr. Construction Manager, the Energy Projects Coordinator will be responsible for managing an array of progressive building improvement projects within occupied federal facilities. As a construction management agent, this person works closely with the owner, prime contractor, building managers and facility users to successfully implement Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) related to electrical (lighting), HVAC, facility automation, and irrigation system upgrades. Each project location presents unique safeguards for the protection of sensitive artifacts and historic building elements during the performance of the work. This position is responsible for facilitating, administering, monitoring and documenting progress of system improvement projects across multiple sites. Because the facilities are fully occupied and open to the public, most project work will be performed during OFF-DUTY HOURS within the timeframe of 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM . The Energy Projects Coordinator will be a primary contributor to the success of individual projects within the owner’s overall facility energy improvement program.
Observe and inspect construction work to ensure technical and physical security integrity.
Coordinate and manage project delivery tasks related to work planning/coordination, quantity assessment, work plan adherence, schedule monitoring, quality assurance, and field issue resolution.
Facilitate and document site-based coordination meetings with the client, end users and contractor.
Monitor work, track quantities and document performance of retrofit installations per approved schedules.
Identify and address safety, schedule performance and/or quality concerns.
Apply best practices and client processes to each stage of project development.
Interpret construction documents and certify that work is performed in accordance with approved plans.
Administer the submittal and RFI process for assigned projects.
Utilize e-Builder to centrally record, track and report project status information.
Contribute progress updates and performance metrics to monthly briefings.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Five (5) years’ work experience related to design or construction.
Working knowledge of construction methods, facility systems, safety and quality control processes.
Ability to work within the off-duty hours time frame of 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM
Facility operations and maintenance experience
Hands-on electrical/lighting, low voltage, and/or facility automation system experience,
Experience with oversight of or performance on federal or institutional facility modernization projects.
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