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Safety is a primary responsibility in each job performed. Obtain safety training, obey safety rules, and make safety an integral part of each task. Take the necessary steps to stop work if continuing the job is unsafe or will create an unsafe condition.
Manage a dedicated construction organization to ensure that project and maintenance activities are completed for the customer safely, on schedule, within budget and at the appropriate quality level. Contacts supervisors on a daily basis to provide management direction and receive feedback. Provide concise and accurate presentations to internal and external customers regarding construction status, including complex technical, organizational and financial issues. Conduct considerably complex analysis of problems involving construction activities. Develop innovative alternative action strategies enabling the early achievement of milestones. Perform risk analyses and provide decision authority for defining and approving corrective actions and establishing priorities. Ensure that construction efficiency is optimized by providing efficient construction input and involvement in projects throughout the conceptual design phases, construction, turnover and the completion phases of each project. Manage established costs, schedule and technical baselines and provide effective management of project staff and matrix personnel to control baselines. Manage professional and nonexempt employees to include career development input, motivation and performance review. Foster a "team concept" when interfacing with Operations, the Department of Energy, other departments and divisions and attend scheduled and unscheduled meetings, provide reports, status construction activities and identify, address and resolve complex problems.
Ensure that various Construction teams have the capability to execute assigned scope in a safe, secure, and cost effective manner in accordance with the cost, technical, schedule, and quality baselines.
Balance and prioritize Construction resources to support successful execution.
Represent Construction on assigned project teams, work with all other functions (i.e. Operations, Project Management, Design, Design Authority and etc.) to safely execute project scope within all baselines.
Ensure ongoing communication to maintain the necessary resources from outside organizations, and address related concerns appropriately.
Reviews project level performance for effective cost and schedule performance through reporting and project analysis.
Ensure appropriate corrective actions are taken, and monitor and analyze project safety, cost, schedule, and quality performance.
Communicate to the Manager of Construction and Construction Operations Manager baseline status, manpower needs and recommended corrective actions on a regular basis to ensure project success.
Hold Construction team members accountable for performance and compliance to policy and procedures.
Take actions necessary to meet project quality, scope, budget and schedule baselines.
Possess a Bachelor's degree in a technical discipline and 13 - 15 years of practical experience in construction.
Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of construction, cost and scheduling, subcontract administration and the ability to develop or evaluate construction strategies and techniques.
An associate's degree and 15 - 17 years of practical experience would be considered equivalent. A high school diploma and 17 - 19 years of practical experience would be considered equivalent.
A comprehensive knowledge and understanding of project management and project planning at the tactical level would be ideal, along with knowledge of operations, maintenance, project start-up, construction management and construction subcontracts.
Must possess a working knowledge of national codes and standards, and be knowledgeable as it pertains to environmental regulations. Have experience of executing work in radiological areas (nuclear) with a history of executing and planning work in radiological environments.
Additional Position Requirements:
- A 40-hour work week is scheduled. Construction utilizes a 10 hour per day - four days per week schedule.
- A standard work week is Monday through Thursday 6:30am - 5:00pm. However, alternate schedules could be employed.
- Work week excludes SRS holidays.
- Candidate must be a U.S. citizen.
- Candidates must possess a valid driver's license
- Personal vehicles operated by candidate must have valid registration
- Personal vehicles operated by candidate must be insured with proof of insurance within the vehicle