Job DescriptionJob Summary
AECOM is actively seeking a highly motivated Deputy Construction Manager for immediate employment for on-site assignments on a large USAID-funded infrastructure program in the Middle East.
The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:
- Reports to the Program Construction Manager and supports all aspects of construction supervision including managing AECOM local subcontractors, planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling activities for a wide range of ongoing and new multi-disciplinary infrastructure projects. Projects include a combination of roadway improvements, water infrastructure, and water treatment task orders. Additional projects will be added as upcoming designs are completed and tendered for construction.
- Contribute to developing and implementing systems to ensure that construction contractors’ quality and safety standards meet requirements; assist in the periodic updating of program standards/procedures and training of project staff; participate in oversight of local program staff.
- Be proactive in identifying any changes in scope, time, or budget in construction activities and reporting same to the Program Construction Manager
- Participate in monitoring construction progress – including analysis and reporting on any anticipated delays that might impact the timeliness of the construction contractor’s performance.
- Responsible for the timely communication of contract issues with the Program Construction Manager, the construction contractor, and the site team
- Support the Program Construction Manager’s role as the primary liaison between the project, USAID, and other necessary government representatives for construction related issues
- Bachelor’s degree in related field
- 10+ years of progressive experience in construction management on infrastructure projects
- English language fluency, as well as excellent written and oral communications skills
- Demonstrated problem solving and leadership experience and the ability to work in cross-cultural situations with political, cultural and ethnic sensitivities and security environments similar to those found throughout the Middle East
- Construction Safety Training (minimum OSHA 10 level or equivalent)
- Due to the nature of this work, U.S. citizenship is required
- 3+ years’ experience overseeing international construction project. Experience with task order programs a plus.
- PE license or equivalent licensing from other countries, as applicable
- Familiarity with Prolog Converge and/or similar document control systems
- Familiarity with BOQ formats, FAR and FIDIC based Construction Contracts
- Relevant certifications such as PMP, NACE, OSHA 40, etc. a plus
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