: Serves as the TSS Range Sustainment and Operations Manager for the NTC-Fort Irwin Range Sustainment Task Order, this is a key management position which supports large scale multi-unit training events including elements of the combined arms team. Supervises on-site activities and staff, executes the project in accordance with the established Performance Work Statement (PWS) and accepted Task Order Execution Plan (TOEP). SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible to the On-Site COR, NTC and the Fort Irwin Range Officer for all Range Sustainment elements of the PWS and deliverables, procurement actions and project financial health. Responsible to Parsons TSS Program Manager. Collaborates with Project Manager to establish project schedule and budget, and monitors progress in meeting schedule and budget requirements..Develops project documents, processes, and procedures required to support quality control and final project deliverables. Collaborates with Parsons TSS Project Manager to determine number of hours required for successful completion of project tasks. Anticipates project staffing needs, identifies and interviews available personnel, and makes staffing assignments in accordance with schedule requirements. Establishes objectives and conducts performance appraisals for direct reports. Establishes a project safety plan and ensures that it is communicated to all employees and subcontractors on the job site. Actively promotes and supports safety policies and monitors the job site for good safety practices. Establishes site security measures and monitors site access by subcontractors and others. Submits monthly reports to client, and responds to client issues and expectations. Anticipates problems and works with the Government, subcontractors, and the Parsons TSS Project Manager to identify and implement corrective actions. Keeps Government and Parsons Management informed of the day-to-day activities of the project.
Performs other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate. Perform all tasks required to bring the range to operational status. Inspects ranges, facilities, trails and training areas for enforcement of Fort Irwin and Department of the Army existing policies, regulations and rules concerning the safety, conduct, police and conditions of the aforementioned facilities and areas;
Must be able to teach classes and give briefings, pertaining to safety and range related equipment.
Capable of performing preventative maintenance checks and services on equipment used on the range.
Must have knowledge of Army small arms weapons, and ammunition.
Perform inspection on ranges and training area to insure safety and enforcement of army regulation.
Provide customer assistance and advice in a professional and proficient manner.
Performs other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate . PREFERRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
2-year degree in a related discipline (or equivalent experience) plus (10) years of related work experience.
Specific Knowledge: NTC mission and operations experience. Significant management experience of large projects with multiple subcontractors and union affiliations.. Have a good working knowledge of Army Regulations 385-63, 385-62, AR 385-40, 385-10, 385-64, 210-21, 75-1, 190-11, DA Pamphlets 385-63, 385-64, TC 25-8 and other related AR's, FM's and TM's.
Training Certifications are desired: Range Safety Officer's Course, explosives safety training, environmental laws and regulation, OSHA and defense hazards material waste handling course and range facility management support system user level training. Proven ability to perform in a lead capacity, excellent written and oral communications skills, and a familiarity of industry practices and regulations are required.
Licenses: A valid California Class "C" drivers license and must pass the Defensive Driver's course to obtain military drivers license within 30 days of hire.
Skills Required: Capable of writing and updating SOP's. Proficient in operating the range facility management support system. Familiar with Microsoft Office Products; Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Communication Skills: Capable of conducting briefings and communicating with customers and subordinates in an articulate and professional manner
Physical/Mental Abilities Required: Ability to use and interpret Army Manuals. Ability to use good judgment and common sense when performing job. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Ability to be punctual
Proof of US citizenship or permanent US residency
- Level II Range Safety Certification
- Qualify for AMEX Corporate Card
Location/Region: Fort Irwin, CA