Parsons Corporation FIELD PROJECT MANAGER (Salary) in Washington, District Of Columbia
Ready to put your project management skills to work on complex, urban projects? Are you great with people and have a track record working with teams to get the job done? Parsons is now hiring a Project Manager with a desire to work on creating innovative, practical solutions to Federal projects in the Northeast and throughout the US that enhance the urban fabric of our community.
In this role you will manage all on-site activities for a small project, or a subtask of a larger project, in accordance with the project schedule. You will be providing overall project and program management of schedule and issues, consolidated reporting of the lease transactions and their build-out, and supporting the regional project teams with documentation and information and for efficient local execution, with a specific emphasis on closeout actions. Serves as the primary point of contact with the client for all site activities related to assigned area(s) of responsibility.
Willingness to relocate to the General Services Administration (GSA) Washington DC office is expected.
Parsons extensive experience in this field, combined with your 8+ years of experience coordinating projects will propel your career and leadership opportunities forward. We need our Project Managers to be versatile, enthusiastic to work in highly flexible, team-oriented environments that have exceptional communication, analytical, and organizational skills.
Collaborates with Program Manager to establish project schedule and budget, and monitors progress in meeting schedule and budget requirements.
Develops project documents, processes, and procedures required to support quality control and final project deliverables.
Chairs weekly job meetings; prepares and submits summary of project progress and pending issues to Project Manager.
Develops daily reports and provides to client.
Reviews weekly and monthly reports to client, and responds to client issues and expectations.
Assists Program Manager in pricing and negotiating changes to the scope of work with the client and subcontractors. Reviews bid documents and assists with bidder solicitation activities. Documents and executes changes in scope of project.
Anticipates problems and works with client, architects/engineers, subcontractors, and Project Manager to identify and implement corrective actions.
Keeps client and Program Manager informed of the day-to-day activities of the project.
Maintains accurate documentation of job progress through weekly and monthly reports.
Coordinate with the GSA regional offices, helping with their issues, and cataloging the information on the issues to feed back to other GSA regional teams for action.
Assist in consolidating, maintaining, and updating a program-wide schedule on a weekly basis.
Provide a summary/exception report of the changes to the schedule (target dates) and actual completion dates that vary from the plan, and the reasons for the changes, along with an analysis of impacts resulting for the changes.
Chairing weekly teleconferences to verify and update project status, discussing and identifying issues, and disseminating key program information; developing and maintaining action item lists with responsible parties and due dates, meeting agendas, and meeting minutes.
Once or twice a week visits to the customer's Washington DC office is expected.
Performs other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate.
Eight (8) years of experience serving in a similar capacity on two similar contracts or programs valued at not less than $5 million;
Interpreting and ensuring the contractor's compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the other Standards specified;
In-depth knowledge of federal design and construction processes;
Identifying events/activities required to complete large, complex related programs or major construction projects;
Developing and interpreting comprehensive program or project management plans and schedules;
Managing multiple inter-disciplinary personnel and their work;
A graduate of an accredited college/university with a minimum four (4) year degree; and
Managing the day-to-day operational and tactical aspects of multiple or large scale projects or programs.
Parsons is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer committed to diversity in the workplace. Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran/LGBTQ+. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to an individual’s race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, union affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, employable physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, immigration status, or any other basis protected by all applicable laws.