Senior Construction Manager 6 | Washington DC | District of columbia

Position Type Full Time - Regular
Requisition # 19-P028-217
Division CM MA Emp
Office Washington DC, District of columbia
Position Location Washington, D.C.
Date Posted 04/23/2019

Duties

KCI Technologies, Inc., a dynamic employee-owned engineering firm, currently has an opening for mid-level Construction Project Manager in the Washington, DC area. CMs will function in an Agency role and be responsible for reviewing and analyzing CPM schedules, preparing new schedules for construction and design projects. CM will be required to prepare and analyze schedules, prepare cost estimates and negotiate change orders, maintain document control, solve construction problems in the field, and establish an effective working relationship with clients, contractors, and designers.

Experience

Agency CM experience required, CCM a plus. More than 10 years of experience in managing or supporting the management of construction projects as an Owner's representative for federal, state and municipal agencies. Project experience should consist of heavy highway, asphalt and concrete paving, utility relocations, landscaping, pavement markings, quality control, public outreach, sub-contractor management, stakeholder coordination and management. Experience in reviewing and analyzing critical path method schedules for completeness, realistic durations, logical construction sequences.

Skills

Knowledge and experience in preparing and analyzing construction CPM schedules, contractor payment requisitions, RFI's, changes and requests for equitable adjustments. Ability to read and interpret plans and specifications. Familiarity with CPM scheduling and standard scheduling software. Familiarity with cost estimating and standard estimating software. Ability to manage budgets and large teams. Familiarity with establishing and maintaining document control on a construction project and use of document control software. Ability to use a computer and Microsoft Office Suite. Strong writing and speaking skills. Ability to work with and establish relationships with clients, contractors, and design engineers.

Degrees / Licenses (R)equired – (P)referred

Bachelor's degree in Engineering is required. Secondary degrees such as Master, licenses and certifications such as EIT, PE and CCM is preferred.

Other

Project location is Washington, DC area.

Pre-employment drug testing is required as a condition of employment. Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled