JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Provides assistance and technical guidance to engineers/architects exercising construction oversight and design management of Capital Improvements projects.
- Scope of projects typically is of a complex nature ranging from comprehensive repairs to unique, multi-million-dollar state-of-the-art construction.
- Have some level of engagement with inter-related construction projects associated with high-visibility Program Initiatives.
- Project delivery methods include both design-bid-build or design-build.
- Must be able to manage multiple priorities and, when requested, independently develop and provide technical recommendations/ solutions regarding scheduling issues and time impacts on complex problems encountered during the administration of the construction contracts.
- Routinely communicate and coordinate with other technical and non-technical personnel within the Command and the various Field Offices.
- Work independently and take required actions through their own initiative, experience and foresight on all assigned projects
- The Scheduler provides support during the design phase of projects to ensure an appropriate construction duration is established for major projects or initiatives. Responsibilities include.
- Reviewing scope of individual projects and propose reasonable construction durations to be included in the RFP or solicitation.
- Participate in Technical Evaluation Teams (TET) as necessary when selection factors involve the submission of a proposed contractor schedule.
- Review and provide recommendations to the TET Chair.
- Provide support for schedule requirements on all types and sizes of projects that have encountered schedule slippage.
- Provide assistance to Field offices to determine if contractor is on schedule.
- Reviewing of Baseline Schedules and monthly contractor updates to determine validity and conformance to contract requirements.
- Assisting in validation of impacts to the approved construction schedule. The Scheduler must review the contractor's TIA proposal and help develop the Government's position regarding delays and/or liability.
- Providing analysis on how the contractor can recover, if at all, from current delays to meet the contract completion date.
- Developing, maintaining, and providing scheduling training to the field office covering basic understanding of network analysis schedules, critical path method, time impact analysis, baseline, progress, and as-built schedule reviews, and software usage
- A minimum of ten (10) years of construction scheduling experience using military-grade scheduling software.
- Experience in preparing or analyzing Time-Impact-Analysis as it relates to time extension requests or claims.
- Ability to evaluate Contractor’s baseline schedules and monthly updates
- Registration as a Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP) is desirable.
- Bachelor’s Degree in a relatable field.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
- Minimum ten (10) years of experience within the last 20 years for military, federal, civil, structural, commercial, transportation, and education projects.
- Must be proficient in any scheduling software and hardware provided.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to utilize and apply computer software skills including MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
- Successful completion of a T-1 Trustworthiness background check for a Common Access Card (CAC), or the ability to obtain one.
- Motivated self-starters requested.