Construction Engineer Project Manager

Job ID: 107777
Location: Village of Yiko Guam , HI  [Onsite]
Salary: $65.00 - $72.00 USD Hourly
Category: Other
Employment Type: Direct Hire

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Construction Engineer Project Manager Responsibilities Include: 
  • Provide on-site quality assurance of large construction projects ($5M to $400M) as owner’s representative. 
  • Proactively communicate with agent and stakeholders to identify project issues, propose solutions, discuss technical requirements, provide detailed analysis, and document results. 
  • Work with higher headquarters on program-level strategy and briefings.
  • Develop client-ready written documents (e.g., email ready to send, bullet background paper, summary of findings, root cause analysis, etc.).
  • Review/analyze contract documents and standards (e.g., UFCs and AFIs). 
  • Project Planning: Develop detailed project plans, including defining objectives, scope, budget, timelines, and resource requirements.
  • Team Leadership: Lead and coordinate the project team, including engineers, contractors, and other stakeholders, fostering effective communication and collaboration.
  • Risk Management: Identify potential risks and develop mitigation strategies to minimize project delays or cost overruns.
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

Construction Engineer Project Manager Experience, Education, Skills, Abilities requested: 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field, preferably engineering or construction (in some cases experience and relevant degree may be substituted for the degree requirement). 
  • PE, advanced degree, or PMP is a plus.
  • At least three years of relevant experience, preferably with airfield facilities such as pavements, fuel systems, hangars, etc.
  • Experience with complex facility design/construction projects.
  • Experience solving project challenges such as conflict resolution, claims management, etc. is a plus.
  • Experience at a US military headquarters-level organization on MILCON or similar programs is a plus. 
  • Experience with Architectural & Engineering (A&E) companies and contracts is a plus. 
  • Experience with construction cost and schedule estimating is a plus.
  • Past applicable job experience may include, but is not limited to: Construction Project Manager, MILCON Program Manager, or Airfield Pavements Engineer. 
  • Must pass pre-employment qualifications for a federal contracting firm.