This position is responsible for the execution of CONUS projects and will support Army, Air Force and/or Navy clients, and to a lesser extent various commercial clients. This position will be responsible for managing and/or overseeing projects to include: client relations, labor relations, security, budgets, cost control, schedules, financial forecasting subcontractors, changes, technical/contractual compliance, QA/QC, safety, staffing resources, invoicing, etc.; provide input into and review all project plans; coordinate and monitor project performance in accordance with approved work plans, budgets and schedules; accurately forecast and schedule revenues and resource needs. The project manager will take necessary actions to: maintain required performance, meet budgets and schedules, and ensure that required health and safety protocols are strictly followed. This position may also be required to support business development efforts, as needed.
The ideal candidate will have experience in managing both construction projects, remediation projects, and Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) remediation. The candidate will have a solid understanding of project management Knowledge Areas and demonstrated experience with Earned Value Management (EVM), Cost Controls, project schedules, and forecasting. The candidate will possess an understanding of Federal Government contracting (FFP, CR, PBR) and procurement processes; will require minimal training to be fully functional in performing federal sector remediation for CAPE’s DoD clients and in some cases private sector work.
3 years of progressively responsible related field experience, task management, and onsite Quality Control that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities relative to environmental and infrastructure work. Strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills are required. Preferred: 2 - 3 years managing environmental, civil infrastructure, MEC, HRTW remedial action experience. A record of successful project execution and effective working relationships with clients and regulatory agencies is a requirement.
BA or BS in engineering (environmental, civil, etc.), geology or technical field related to construction preferred. High School Diploma or GED and formal training in Construction Management plus five (5) years field experience in Construction in lieu of a BA or BS degree required.
U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Construction Quality Management training, 30 Hour OSHA Construction Safety & Health training or equivalent, and 40 Hour HAZWOPER training and annual refreshers desired. Professional certification in technical discipline and Project Management desired.
CAPE delivers construction, environmental remediation, fabrication, and industrial services to clients in the petroleum, chemical, power/utility, aviation, and government market sectors.
As a self-performing company, we maintain complete control of safety, quality, schedules, and budgets. With 18 offices worldwide and over 3,000 projects completed, we offer extensive experience in a broad range o...f project requirements, and confidence that when you work with CAPE, you will receive solution-driven results.