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This position is located in the Facilities Engineering & Logistics Management Branch at the Armstrong Flight Research Center (ARFC). As a Lead AST Experimental Facility Engineer in the Branch you will be responsible for ensuring individual construction contracts meet safety requirements and documents meet current program requirements and comply with current codes.
- Review, initiate, and develop effective requirements for Construction of Facility (COF), Mission Readiness Reviews (MRR), and/or Work Requests for institutional repair and rehabilitation.
- Work may encompass development of new systems or modifications to existing facilities and equipment, and generally extends to include oversight of fabrication, construction, installation, and integration of hardware and systems.
- Applies knowledge of architectural design and construction practices including review of drawings, specifications, calculations, cost estimates, project phasing, construction inspection requirements, submittal reviews, and payments to contractors.
- Oversees the Construction of Facilities (CoF) Program for AFRC including project and requirement developments, managing project risk, project funding and priorities, long-range planning and developing the relationships with the Headquarter personnel.
- Reviewing, verifying, monitoring, and assuring technical proficiency of contracts.
- Coordinates all required technical disciplines during review of scopes of work and design plans and specifications, ensuring that all comments are addressed and necessary changes are incorporated.
- Is responsible for design integrity and verifying engineering changes to design drawings during Construction. Manages facility/construction projects and coaches group members on project management and COR duties.
- Assist Division in CoF and Center fiscal responsibilities. Develop, review, and manage budget submissions for Headquarters, Center Budget Office, or the Directorate as needed to support CoF reporting, metrics, and forward planning exercises.
- As a group lead define jobs, select employees, assign work; evaluate organization and employee accomplishments; recommend promotions/ recognition; manage employee performance, engage with employees in professional development.
- Plan, design, and develop facilities, systems, and equipment used in the conduct of aerospace research, development, and operations programs. Work encompasses development/oversight of new systems or modifications to existing facilities and equipment.
- You must meet qualifications requirements by the closing date of this announcement
- If selected, you will be required to complete a financial disclosure statement
- This position is open to U.S. citizens, nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S
- Position subject to pre-employment background investigation
- This position requires the selectee to have the following current License and/or Certification: obtain and maintain a Registered – Professional Engineer.
- Please see the “Additional Information” section for important information about COVID-19 vaccination requirements for federal employees.
Company: NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Sacramento, CA, US
Application Deadline: N/A