|Jul 18, 2019
|Panama City, FL
Program Manager Level II
Location: Tyndall AFB Panama City Fl
Duration: Minimum 1 years
Clearance: US Citizen - Public Trust
Start: September/October 2019
• Professional Registration (PE, RA, similar) preferred.
• 10+ years Program/Project Management
• DoD MILCON, FSRM, comparable programs/projects.
• Project Management Institute (PMI)
• Project Management Professional (PMP) certification
Master’s Degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, Planning, ABET-accredited.
• Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB) Rebuild Program Management Office (PMO), site with U.S. Air Force (USAF) client PM
• Manage programs supporting rebuilding of Tyndall AFB.
• Design of new facilities; aircraft hangars, administrative and operations facilities, housing, infrastructure, electrical power distribution, central utilities, flightline support.
• Coordinate and overseeing programs from conceptual development, gathering requirements from end-users, assisting with RFPs, overseeing programs through construction and the final transfer of real property.
• Demonstrate proficiency in successfully program management (from post-award through close-out/handover) ideally on Military Construction (MILCON) and Facility Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (FSRM) projects.
• Strong leadership and communications skills, ability to influence others, obtain results, demonstrated organizational and political acumen
• Coordinate a diverse team of technical experts under the supervision and direction of PMIC Senior Program Manager.
• Experience with guidance documents for DoD construction (Unified Facilities Criteria, applicable Air Force Instructions) and the Florida Building Code.
• Plan, coordinate, communicate and facilitate activities of several disciplines on programs of all sizes from concept through completion.
o Organize planning charrettes
o Gather requirements and develop initial plans;
o From initial planning work help the PMO develop RFPs, proposal reviews, SOWs, and cost estimates (except identified as inherently governmental by law);
o Review and monitor program schedules for construction progress, emphasis on milestone completion dates, phasing requirements, workflow, material deliveries, and test dates;
o Review and make recommendations, from integration perspective, on contractor haul routes, laydown yards, dig permits, crane permits, demarcation points, work schedules,
o Coordinate and deconflict efforts of multiple design agents;
o Problem resolution and handling of disputed issues;
o Schedule, conduct, document progress meetings with all parties, review program status, discuss problems, resolve issues;
o Identify work that does not conform to the contract requirements, notify government when work requires correction;
o Provide occupancy planning, development of move schedules, cost estimates, inventory lists, etc.;
o Pre-occupancy evaluations.
• The role within the PMIC/PMO:
o Receive guidance, direction from PMO Executive Director (USAF/Government), Senior Program Manager (PMIC Team Lead), Lead Planner (PMIC Chief of Staff).
o Coordinate program’s design with the Design Manager.
o Coordinate program’s construction with Construction Manager.
o Coordinate program’s schedule with Master Scheduler. Program’s status is reflected in the PMO’s Integrated Master Program Schedule.
o Provide GIS/CADD/as-built data to GIS Specialist.
• Coordinate with USAF client, end-users, design consultants, contractors and other stakeholders
• Compliance with the USAF Project Managers’ Guide for Design and Construction and the AFCEC MILCON Data Management and Metrics Guide.
• Demonstrate leadership in health, safety, environmental, and sustainability matters through positive behavior; understand and comply with company policies and procedures; and carry out health and safety duties in accordance with company governance;
|Can create custom Benefit Plan|