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Program Manager

at Afognak Native Corporation/Alutiiq LLC and its sub

Posted: 2/19/2019
Job Reference #: 3125
Keywords: operations

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Manage and oversee all aspects of project cost controls, financial requirements, safety, schedule, change management systems and quality for successful completion of the project. Responsible for monitoring and tracking contract performance and compliance with contract deliverables. Evaluates operational activities and determines methods for productivity improvement. Maintains relationships with client, corporate management, designers, subcontractors, consultants, and vendors. Oversees development of project schedule activities. Manage and/or coordinate project staffing and resources. Administers project procurement including invoicing, billing, contract modifications, and subcontracts. Responsible for maintaining a good working environment to include human relations, payroll, and ethics compliance. Complies with company-wide safety program, cultivates an active safety culture, and promotes quality in performance and customer service. Establishes QA/QC procedures and conducts quality control inspections and assists in preconstruction efforts while preparing trade contracts and bid packages. Lead and attend project meetings, including progress, preconstruction, and design development. Develop and implement project execution plan. Develop and implement project work plan in coordination with Superintendent. Demonstrate commitment to a Safety First Environment through personal actions and mentoring project staff.


  • Ensure project teams have the resources they need, establish budgets and allocate people and technical resources as needed

  • Establish priorities within the overall program and allocate resources in line with those priorities

  • Identify tasks common to a number of projects and ensure teams do not duplicate work

  • Ensure timely completion and quality of deliverables

  • Final authority on all purchases, financial transactions, and obligations

  • Protect the health and welfare of all contractor personnel, and ensure compliance with OSHA requirements and environmental laws and directives

  • Meet frequently with the Contracting Officer (KO), Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR), and other Government personnel to discuss performance and work requirements, assess costs, and plan for future support activities

  • Establish Corrective Action Plans to resolve quality issues as they arise

  • Must be a US citizen

  • Possess or obtain/maintain a minimum a SECRET clearance

  • Ensure contract Managers and Supervisors support collect, maintain and provide applicable Army Installation Status Report (ISR) Services performance data on a quarterly basis for the following service functions (Deliverable 5208) in accordance with the most current IMCOM-Common Levels of Support (CLS) Configuration:

  • Facilities Engineering Services Management

  • Maintenance - Grounds

  • Snow, Ice and Sand Removal

  • Minor Construction

  • Facilities Maintenance - Training & Operations

  • Maintenance - Surfaced and Unsurfaced Areas

  • Heating/Cooling Services

  • Water Services

  • Other Utility Services

  • Indoor/Outdoor Pest Management

  • Furnishings Management

Required Skills

Certified Facility Manager or Bachelor of Science Degree in facility management, engineering, mathematics, business, public administration and/or quantitative analysis and 10 or more years of experience managing base operations support functions and familiarity with Army cost and software data programs

Have fundamental understanding of all areas of design and construction, including different design approaches (design/build, design-bid/build, IDIQ). Computer literate in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook. Computer knowledge and efficiency, including Microsoft Office, Primavera P6, and Primavera Contractor Manager. Comprehensive knowledge of project management concepts, practices, and procedures. Understanding of Government Contracts, Statements of Work, correspondence, reports, and records. Ability to work independently with substantial latitude for action or decision. Must possess negotiation skills for management of contract scope changes. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to function in and develop teams. Excellent time management and organizational skills. Strong decision making and problem solving skills. Ability to be flexible and adapt to constant change. Ability to work flexible hours, as required to meet deadlines. Must have valid U.S. driver’s license, a clean driving record, and be willing to travel as needed.

Required Experience


  • Project Management Professional (PMP) (or equivalent) Certified
  • 10+ years of mid to senior level management and organizational experience and support
  • Management experience with million dollar budgets or projects
  • Ability to develop and apply organizational performance support, strategic planning, and interact with high-level government officials
  • Must have at least five years of demonstrated experience in managing projects and systems directly related to contract performance
Job Location
Hunstville, Alabama, United States
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