Looking for a new opportunity in our nation’s capital? Well the US Capitol Arboretum and Grounds Facilities is looking for a new project manager!
US Capitol Arboretum & Grounds Facilities Project Manager
This position is located in the Architect of the Capitol (AOC), Capitol Grounds and Arboretum (CGA). This position oversees all aspects of facility life cycle management, including maintenance, planning, design, construction, renovation, and asset program management. The ideal candidate will serve as the CGA Facilities Project Manager. Major duties include:
Facilities Project Management and Oversight
Coordinates and oversees all aspects of GGA facilities planning, design, construction, renovation, renewal, programming and management. Coordinates all CGA facilities projects from pre-conception through contracting, design, market analysis, sourcing mechanism, procurement and execution. Plans and executes substantial budgets and oversees contractors and contract management and administration.
Analysis, Planning and Programming
Through independent work and consultation with CGA and AOC resources the incumbent assesses conditions, current needs and future requirements for all CGA facilities, roads, grounds, infrastructure and historic assets. Researches and analyzes long-range needs and critical problems and develops plans for responsive programming to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of all facility operations throughout CGA.
Advice and Guidance
Prepares planning requirements and criteria for complex, high value projects for design and construction or other modifications of facilities and grounds and is seen as a technical expert in the area of planning. Provides counsel to agency management on broad planning issues requiring decisions that may have substantial future impact. Reviews and provides guidance and technical advice to fellow employees within the organization in the performance of related assignments characterized by constantly changing climate and is available to those employees for consultation on assigned projects. Resolves technical difficulties as well as issues that can be overcome by changes in approach, criteria or requirements.
- Salary: $106,823 – $138,868 per year
- Pay scale & grade: GS 13