This is an opportunity for a challenging and rewarding experience working for NAVFAC on the tropical island of Guam, located in the western North Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and thePhilippines. Along with miles of sandy beaches, coral reefs, mountains, and valleys Guam has 4,000 years of history ranging from the site of Magellan's landing to Spanish Forts and WWII battle sites.
Be a part of this long term Multi-billion dollar construction program providing Construction Management Services (CMS) within the NAVFAC PACIFIC Area of Responsibility, primarily in the NAVFAC Marianas Region of Operation in support of the Guam Defense Policy Review Initiative (DPRI) Program. The creation of Marine Corps Base (MCB) Guam is the result of an agreement between the governments of Japan and the U.S. to move several elements of the III Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) from Japan to Guam, as part of the DPRI Program. Some of the (DPRI) projects include: Site utilities (freshwater, wastewater, electricity); on-base and off-base road improvements; off-site infrastructure; Headquarters and administrative facilities; Base operations (headquarters, police, fire); Airfield operations (hangars, shops, fuel stations); Supply, maintenance, and other support facilities; Barracks for unaccompanied personnel; and Family housing for accompanied personnel.
The Construction Oversight Engineer (COE) will be assigned to participate in construction contract management team duties for individual construction projects:
Projects assigned will vary in type and magnitude including structures and related work such as office and shop buildings, airfield expansions, utility installation, wharf repairs, industrial facilities, and etc. Projects may be in the $5M to $400M range. The Contracting Officer Representative (COR) will typically be the lead of an assigned team generally consisting of a Government Contract Specialist, a Government Engineering Technician (ET) or Quality Assurance Engineering Technician (QAET) and either a COE or a Government Construction Manager. If the team has a Government Construction Manager, that person will typically be assigned as the COR. If the team has a COE, the COR duties will be assigned to either the Government ET or another Government CM/AROICC or be retained by the Contract Specialist.
The COE is to work with all ETs, QAETs and any other individual that is assigned similar duties as an ET, regardless of that individual's title. A single team may be responsible for oversight of projects with a value in the range of $100M-$400M or more. Construction Management teams may be required to work on multiple projects, at different stages of design/construction at the same time. The assigned ET/QAET will be the primary person responsible for the on-site Quality Assurance (QA) and safety compliance with assistance from the COE or CM or similarly tasked contractor personnel.
Additional duties shall include but not be limited to:
The COE individual shall:
MBP is an EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Employer.