Project Manager - Facilities Planner
Project Manager - Facilities Planner (Facilities Space Planner) prepares architectural, furniture, and space allocation drawings using computer aided design and drafting (CADD) tools, assimilating redline drawings into master CAD files, and managing master CAD files to ensure accuracy and consistency. Conducts space audits, provide drafting services with the use of AutoCAD, and assist with designing and drafting space solutions. Serves as the workflow gatekeeper to ensure timely facility services, assist the facilities manager, and ensure a safe and healthy work environment. Maintains and enhance facilities data by reviewing and introducing changes based on requirements and by applying industry trends, emerging technologies, standards, and new vendor offerings. Collaborates with technical and application teams to identify, evaluate, and recommend technical solutions to support project and systems requirements.
BA or BS degree from an accredited school in Construction, Architecture, EE, ME, Interior Design, or a related field preferred
: Professional Project Manager
U.S. Citizenship with valid, current State Driver's License and U.S. Passport.
Experience with facilities design and operation.
Experience with reviewing facilities design and construction documents, preparing project specifications, developing record control documents, and generating presentation graphics
Experience in interacting with government and contractor personnel at all levels in hierarchy, including providing periodic briefings to senior organizational officials.
Knowledge of the government's physical security standards, use of analytical risk management process, or other corporate decision-making and problem-solving processes
Knowledge of building codes and IT, mechanical, electrical, or communication systems, doors and door hardware, and the integration of high security systems, and security countermeasures
Knowledge of the use of automated design systems and tools, including AutoCAD
Knowledge of the areas of the facilities life cycle, including design, construction, renovation, and space management
Ability to work flexible hours to accommodate after-hours, holiday, and weekend work schedules, as needed
Ability to create or modify facility plans, drawings, or schematics independently
Ability to learn and apply CAD and facilities attribute data standards
Ability to travel domestically or overseas for the government, as required
Knowledge of ARCHIBUS preferred
Ability to climb ladders, scaffolding, towers, and catwalks
Ability to move heavy objects using aids, including hand trucks, dollies, carts, and pallet jacks, as necessary
Possess excellent interpersonal skills
Possess excellent oral and written communication skills
All applicants must successfully complete a thorough medical and psychological exam, a polygraph interview and an extensive background investigation. US citizenship is required.
All applicants must undergo successful occupational testing to include an aptitude test, writing test, personality inventory, and interview.
Function in an office environment in a stationary position approximately 50 percent of the time or more.
Must be able to operate standard office equipment, such as a computer, copy machine and printer.