Louis Berger is currently accepting applications for the Mechanical Branch Leader in our Puerto Rico Home Office. The Mechanical Branch Leader will manage solicitation review, proposal development, and project implementation and execution.
Attend and participate in conferences with clients. Collect information regarding future power plants requirements and funding.
Consult with representatives of industry and federal agencies on plans, new developments, and methods to accomplish identified prime power program requirements.
Will be responsible for planning, scheduling, and monitoring the installation / construction progress of the site development, procurement and logistics, thus serving as a single POC for the client.
Monitor dollar amount utilization of the projects.
Manage and review all phases of project controls on assigned projects.
Continually review projects in progress, upcoming needs, and create plans, evaluations.
Collect project execution data from site managers for use in estimating cost and production rates for future projects.
Recommend cost effective means of collecting data to ensure proper application to future projects. Engineering support is provided by others for technical aspects of this effort.
Experience in managing medium to large scale projects including managing a technical staff, inspectors and support personnel.
Willingness to travel internationally to austere project locations at least 25% of time
Possesses the ability to understand basic mechanical, engineering and design and construction
Training required ICS-100,200 & 700. DOD-AT1
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