Facilities Maintenance Project Coordinator
Opening Date: June 8, 2018Closing Date: June 23, 2018
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As a Facilities Maintenance Project Coordinator, you will administer a full array of multiple, major facilities improvement contracts for Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
Facilities Maintenance Project Coordinator
Serves in the Maintenance Engineering Division of the Engineering and Maintenance Department at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
Develops, administers and quality assures multiple, major O&M, CCP and COMIP rehabilitation and/or replacement projects (as Project Manager and Contracting Officer's Technical Representative [COTR]) and related operational and maintenance processes for airport facilities. Work directly impacts the operation of airport/airline operations and the comfort of the passenger. Performs related functions.
Coordinates, monitors and administers all aspects of the planning and design phases of multiple, major projects with contractor and Airports Authority staff, airlines, tenants, and others. Oversees contracts that include the rehabilitation and/or replacement of various equipment needed for effective airport/airline operations.
Reviews engineering proposals and construction documents for compliance with Airport Master Plans, Airports Authority design guidelines, and other requirements. Ensures project work will maximize passenger comfort and customer service.
Monitors contractor's performance for compliance with contract terms and conditions; investigates, documents and/or resolves problems. Certifies invoices for payment or withholds payment; manages the execution, evaluation and closing of work orders per contract as a tool to evaluate contractor performance.
Manages and administers multiple, major projects concurrently, ensuring coordination and integration among related efforts. May also serve as COTR on additional assigned facilities maintenance contracts.
Prepares for and develops O&M, CCP and COMIP rehabilitation and/or replacement contracts and decision support information for outsourcing feasibility evaluations and specific contracts.
Develops contractor performance metrics and service standards, to measure and document contractor performance using Quality Assurance Surveillance Plans (QASPs).
Develops annual and 5-year planning budgetary requirements for all contracts. Prepares budget justifications and supporting documentation for requisite funding approvals.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Six years of progressively responsible experience in facility asset rehabilitation and replacement project lifecycle, from specification development, solicitation, and work inspection, to acceptance and project close-out.
Knowledge of and ability to apply complex electro-mechanical facility systems (such as elevators, escalators, moving walks, passenger loading bridges, baggage handling systems, HVAC systems, etc.) to coordinating, monitoring, and administering assigned projects.
Ability to develop, track and manage budgets for large scale projects.
Knowledge of contracting, procurement, accounting and business processes sufficient to determine contract types and successfully manage each type.
Ability to perform the full range of pre-award, award, and post-award contracting functions.
Ability to use negotiation techniques to reach agreement on contract terms, modifications, and amendments.
Ability to perform detailed analyses on data and information and make recommendations.
Ability to speak and write effectively, with emphasis on persuasive communication techniques.
Skill in using a computer and modern office suite software, with emphasis on databases and spreadsheets.
Large scale project management experience.
Certified Facility Manager (CFM) or Facility Management Professional (FMP) from the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), or certification in Contract Management, such as Certified Commercial Contracts Manager (CCM) or Certified Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM) from the National Contract Management Association (NCMA).
A high school diploma or a Certificate of General Educational Development (GED).
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES REQUIRED
A state driver's license in good standing.
NECESSARY SPECIAL FACTORS
Operate vehicle airside and landside (requires AOA permit).
May be required to work overtime or night hours. Subject to hold-over or recall on a 24-hour basis for essential services and emergencies.
Work is typically reviewed in progress and upon completion for quality, quantity, timeliness, teamwork, customer service, and other factors.
May work outdoors, near aircraft, or construction sites when evaluating contractors' work. Exercises care and uses personal protective equipment as appropriate.
A background security investigation will be required for all new hires.
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