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    The Project Manager position is located in Mount Rainier National Park, in the Operations and Maintenance Division.

    This position is concurrently open to all U.S. citizens under Announcement Number PW-1545-MORA-20-10907466-DE

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    The National Park Service seeks an experienced Project Manager to join a fast paced team working with some of the nation's treasured assets - roads, trails, buildings and utilities in Mount Rainier National Park. With over 1.5 million visitors a year, the work has a big impact. You will supervise a historic architect, landscape architect, and engineer, and work with park teams to complete work in a demanding landscape, and protect resources for continued public access.

    The incumbent serves as the park's Project Manager, providing project management and professional advice and guidance on the planning, designing, constructing, expanding, rehabilitating and/or re-purposing of existing and/or new structures, facilities and assets. This position reports to the Chief of Facilities Operations and Maintenance and supervises an Engineer, Historical Architect, and Historical Landscape Architect. Your major duties will include:

    - Collaborate with staff from all park divisions to help analyze the problems or needs of all park assets.

    - Create basic project outlines and budgetary cost estimates internally and with the support of technical staff or develop and utilize contracted agreements with Architect/Engineering (A/E) services to do this.

    - Assist with the development of schematic design alternatives that meet the requirements determined during pre-design.

    - Participate in the design process for new facilities, modifications to existing facilities, and cyclic maintenance, repair and/or restoration of facilities. These include but not limited to: rehabilitating visitor centers, developing campsites, replacing lodging facilities, constructing employee housing, replacing water and wastewater systems and treatment facilities, relocating underground utilities, reconstructing roads, removing and replacing bridges, rebuilding trails, constructing parking and bus facilities, removing or reusing administrative structures, and restoring many acres to natural settings.

    - Engage in training to acquire and continually maintain a COTR level II certification for the duration of the appointment and ensure that the credential is verified in FAITAS (or the current credential verification system).

    - Key participant in the park's development of the short term and long-term strategic operations and project plan for the park.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/578608000. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.