The Deputy Project Manager will serve in a critical leadership role in Louis Berger Services’, Inc. (LBS) practice in the state of Florida. The Deputy Project Manager will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the project. The Deputy PM will also serve as a leader in transportation safety, quality, schedule, cost, and performance.
*This position is contingent upon award of contract.*
Development of asset management focused monthly maintenance work plans. • Day-to-day oversight of the company’s maintenance operations to include resource allocation, activity scheduling, workload prioritization, issue resolution, customer service, and FDOT client interface. • Oversight of personnel and subcontractors in the performance of operations and maintenance activities. • Compliance with the FCA, Florida DOT standards and specifications, and reporting requirements. • Completion of deliverables and reporting requirements in accordance with the FCA to include preparing of monthly & quarterly reports. • Ownership and implementation of the company safety program to include updating the company safety plan, safety training, regulatory compliance, and promoting the overall safe operation and culture of the company. • Implementation of the critical asset management system. • Updating the Facility Management Plan on an as needed basis, but no less than annually. • Assist Engineering with development of annual renewal works plan and Capital Expenditures (CapEx) forecast
Perform monthly field Maintenance Rating Program (MRP) inspection, as directed by FDOT random sampling, and compile results for project review and action.
Perform Quality Control Inspections on structure repairs from Feasible Action Review Committee (FARC) issued work orders and review process and documents to ensure compliance with required procedure for timely close out.
Keep current and accurate records to comply with the District Quality Assurance Review stipulations and requirements, and assist Project Manager with documentation and compilations for inspection by Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).
Review and inspect documentation required for customer service, incident response, herbicide application, scheduled asset inspection reports, monthly work reports, and any requested documents or reports prior to submittal to FDOT.
Compile documentation and reports for Quality Assurance Manager’s review and approval. Maintain project database with current information required to produce accurate reports to the client.
Advise Project Manager of changing policies and conflicts with standards on current or planned work.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction management or related field strongly preferred. A master’s degree in business administration or engineering with a Professional Engineer (PE) license is preferred. • Minimum of seven (7) years of progressive experience in tolling operations, transportation maintenance, engineering, or construction role. Experience in a state or local transportation agency or private toll authority preferred, DOT a plus. • Five (5) years of demonstrated experience with regional or statewide maintenance and operations responsibility. Toll experience or awareness is preferred. • Experience as an organizational leader with successful track record of successfully leading teams in the performance of operations and maintenance activities. • Demonstrated experience in a broad range of responsibilities to include public involvement, program and project development, budgeting and management systems. • Understand and abide by ethical behavior and integrity standards, per Louis Berger’s Code of Business Conduct.