Jul 10, 2019
PARSONS Ready to put your project management skills to work on complex government projects? Are you great with people and have a track record working with teams to get the job done? Parsons is now hiring a Field Project (Administration/Construction) Manager with a desire to work on creating innovative, practical solutions to Federal projects throughout the US that enhance our national security. In this role you will manage all planning, installation, and close-out activities for several small projects, in accordance with the project schedule. This includes observing and documenting client contractor activities in accordance with project/client procedures, scope of work, and contract specifications. Serves as the primary point of contact with the client for all site activities related to assigned area(s) of responsibility. The Field Project Manager will manage roughly 6 - 8 project sites from planning (develop SOW, IGE, updating drawing pdf), to procurement (bidder questions, tech analysis), to construction (reviewing deliverables, weekly progress meetings), to close-out (as-built and close-out package and invoice review). Experience overseeing the installation of security system upgrades and willingness to relocate to Denver, CO area is preferred if you're not already based in this location. Parsons extensive experience in this field, combined with your 7 + years of experience (5+ years Federal construction experience) coordinating construction projects at a field level will propel your career and leadership opportunities forward. We need our Field Project Managers to be versatile, enthusiastic to work in highly flexible, team-oriented environments that have exceptional communication, analytical and organizational skills. RESPONSIBILITIES : Collaborates with Project Manager to establish project schedule and budget, and monitors progress in meeting schedule and budget requirements. Develops project documents, processes, and procedures required to support quality control and final project deliverables. Actively promotes and supports safety policies and monitors the job site for good safety practices. Establishes site security measures and monitors site access by subcontractors and others. Chairs weekly job meetings; prepares and submits summary of project progress and pending issues to Project Manager. Develops inspection reports and provides to client. Reviews weekly and monthly reports to client, and responds to client issues and expectations. Assists Project Manager in pricing and negotiating changes to the scope of work with the client and subcontractors. Reviews bid documents and assists with bidder solicitation activities. Documents and executes changes in scope of project. Updates drawings using Viseo or PDF software. Anticipates problems and works with client, architects/engineers, subcontractors, and Project Manager to identify and implement corrective actions. Keeps client and Project Manager informed of the day-to-day activities of the project. Maintains accurate documentation of job progress through weekly reports. Develop and revise project work plans. Conduct periodic inspections of the construction sites, located throughout the US. Travel is anticipated to take less than roughly 30% of the Field Project Manager's time. Performs other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate. PREFERRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: 4-year degree in engineering or construction-related field, or equivalent construction-related work experience, as well as 5 or more years of experience in field construction is required. Experience in the construction of large civil/structural and/or industrial projects at domestic and/or foreign locations is preferred. SKILLS/COMPETENCIES : Requires a working knowledge of engineering and construction-related processes, as well as industry practices. Also requires excellent written and oral communication skills, a familiarity with CAD and other PC software packages typically associated with engineering and construction, and the potential for performing in a lead capacity on a project. Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) experience is preferred.
Professional Diversity Network Denver, CO, USA Full-Time