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    Summary

    As a Project Manager with the Public Buildings Service, you will oversee the project management of the complex building and/or leasing projects from project identification, through initiation, planning, execution and closeout stages.

    We are currently filling one vacancy in each location, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed.

    Due to the urgency to fill this position, you must be available to interview between September 3-27, 2019, or you will not be considered. 

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    Responsibilities

    As a Project Manager, some of your main responsibilities will include:

    • Project Planning - Lead the development of project plans including methodology, resource requirements, timelines, priorities and budget impact
    • Project Execution - Ensure that the projects are delivered to meet the customers requirements and expectations. Leads, develops and manages the customer's requirements, cost and schedule. Leads the project coordination for resourcing, funding and scheduling in order to meet the customer expectations.
    • Project Closeout - Ensure the completion of project documents and makes certain they are uploaded into all necessary systems of record in order to track established performance metrics and historical trends
    • Relationship Management - Negotiate and coordinate project plans, budget objectives and schedules with customer agencies to establish and/or manage customer expectations; work with stakeholders and key leadership in various Federal agencies, State and local governments, non-profits, community organizations, special interest groups, and environmentalists
    • Contract Management - Direct the acquisition and management of large numbers and types of contracts supporting all aspects of leasing and/or Federal construction projects; Prepare or assist the Contracting Officer and/or the COR in the preparation of statements of work, determinations, findings and solicitation documents; in conjunction with the Contracting Officer and/or the COR, directs the preparation and issuance of necessary modifications and may serve as lead negotiator for assigned projects
    • Business Transaction Management - Negotiate the business transaction with customer agencies including utilization rates and financial obligations; develops complex, accurate requests for funding and tracks financial obligations and expenses throughout the planning, execution and close-out of projects

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - The work is usually performed in an office setting except for any necessary travel to attend meetings and conferences or conduct on-site inspections. Visits to customer agencies, contractors' facilities and construction "hard hat" sites are required.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    12

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/541593000. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.