Project Manager I

at Fluor Corporation
Location Denver
Date Posted May 15, 2021
Category Construction
Job Type Not Specified


Job Description***Must have an active TS/SCI with CI Polygraph***Participate in all aspects of Project Management for facilityapproved projects. Develop scope& statement of work,schedule, manage budget, approve purchases and sourcesselections, and manage sub-contractors and available inhouse resources. Gathering of requirements, MaintainCustomer/stakeholder involvement, Participate in designreviews, provide feedback, create implementation plan,execute, provide quality assurance and ensure proper close out. Provide detailed inspection of project implementation, coordination with labor force, sub-contractors and site authorities. Provide proper site permits, work authorization documents and ensure all affected/impacted parties are coordinated with.• Responsibilities range from concept through commissioning• Develop and review estimates and schedules and progressreports• Develop and review specifications, including design andconstruction criteria• Participate in activities associated with equipment andmaterial procurement, permitting, and subcontracting• Perform and check calculations, specify equipment, andsolve problems of complex to difficult engineering complexity• Participate in people development through mentoring,development of training material, and conducting training seminars.• Analyze and make independent recommendations regardingsolutions to problems with varying complexity in accordancewith organization and/or project objectives and guidelines• Construction related activities including daily inspections,red-lines, submittal review and approval, and RFI responses• Operations and Maintenance support including providingguiding input on PM, developing predictive maintenancemetrics and consulting on day to day issues that requireengineering input.Occasional travel to other locations for temporary dutyassignments• Other duties as assignedSalary: $95,000 to $115,000Fluor is proud to offer industry leading benefits program that includes access to the following; Leave programs MedicalDentalVisionShort Term DisabilityLong Term DisabilityPortable Term LifeAccidental Death and Dismemberment InsuranceBasic Employee Life InsuranceLife Assistance Program401(k) with matching programSupplemental voluntary programsPositions covered by the McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act or Davis-Bacon Act will comply with the statute requirements.Basic Job Requirements• Accredited four (4) year degree or global equivalent in applicable field of study and six (6) years of work-related experience or a combination of education and directly related experience equal to ten (10) years if non-degreed; some locations may have additional or different qualifications in order to comply with local requirements• Ability to communicate effectively with audiences that include but are not limited to management, coworkers, clients, vendors, contractors, and other stakeholders• Job related technical knowledge necessary to complete the job• Ability to learn and apply knowledge of applicable local, state/province, and federal/national statutes and guidelines• Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective mannerOther Job Requirements• Must have an active TS/SCI with CI Polygraph• U.S. Citizen• Ability to travel on occasional business trips to other locationsfor temporary duty assignments• Participate in Fluor University courses for continued learning experiences• Utilize Knowledge Management processes to capture, support and leverage relevant knowledge to enhance project execution• Participate in sales and marketing efforts as requestedPreferred Qualifications• Jobsite experience and understanding of construction safety program• Requires three (3) years of experience as Project Engineer or Specialist, or a project role of significant capacity such as Project Controls Lead, Contracts Lead, etc., and three (3) years experience as a design or construction engineer on projects• Demonstration of successful performance as an assistant Project Manager or senior project engineer on small to medium sized projects (as defined by the Business Line or having proven his or her capability in a projects role on large sized engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction/construction management (EPFC/CM) projects• Completed project management related courses in-house and through university or other qualified sources• Basic understanding of project design, engineering, procurement, material management, construction, commissioning, start up, turn over work processes, sequencing, and interfaces• Project Controls and Finance including basic understanding of:- Scheduling (including manpower loading)- Progress measurement- Risk assessment and management- Code of accounts- Work breakdown structure- Change management- Cost control- Estimating process and planning- Global Pricing Model (GPM), Project Status Review (PSR) and Project Margin Analysis, Report (PMAR) development and reporting• Appreciation of key elements of contract law and when to engage legal• Understanding of general regulatory requirements including permitting• Proactive - goal orientated with the initiative to influence events positively• Ability to resolve problems and to be comfortable in complex project or business environments• Ability to set and maintain high standards of self performance with responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments and tasks• Mobility - for example, relocating to site locations when necessary• Analytical approach to problem solving and identifying potential solutions• Technical and business writing skills• Basic computer and software skills to include the use of word processing, email, spreadsheets, and electronic presentations• Certification in project management is suggested, for example, Project Management Professional (PMP)