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Kittery, ME 03904
AGEISS is looking for a Construction Scheduler to support our NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Program in Kittery, MA.
•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. It is typical for the Scheduler to have some level of engagement with inter-related construction projects associated with a high-visibility Program Initiatives.
•Projects delivery methods include both design bid-build or design-build.
•Manages multiple priorities and, when requested, independently develops and provides technical recommendations/ solutions regarding scheduling issues and time impacts on complex problems encountered during the administration of the construction contracts.
•Routinely communicates and coordinates with other technical and non-technical NAVFAC personnel within the Facilities Engineering Command (FEC) and the various Field Offices.
•Works independently and takes required actions through their own initiative, experience and foresight on all assigned projects
•Reviews scope of individual projects and propose reasonable construction durations to be included in the RFP or solicitation.
•Participates in Technical Evaluation Teams (TET) as necessary when selection factors involve the submission of a proposed contractor schedule. Reviews and provides recommendations to the TET Chair.
•Provides support for schedule requirements on all types and sizes of projects that have encountered schedule slippage, duties include modifications, requests for equitable adjustment, and claims.
•Provides assistance to Field offices to determine if contractor is on schedule.
•Reviews Baseline Schedules and monthly contractor updates to determine validity and conformance to contract requirements.
•Assists in validation of impacts to the approved construction schedule, that include the contractor’s TIA proposal and help develop the Government’s position regarding delays and/or liability.
•Provides analysis on how the contractor can recover, if at all, from current delays to meet the contract completion date.
•Develops, maintains, and provides 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.