Program Manager – South Korea, Gyeongsang, KR

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Program Manager – South Korea, Gyeongsang, KR


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Program Manager


Department: Facilities Operations Management
Location: South Korea, Gyeongsang, KR


NIKA is hiring for a Program Manager to support the Humphreys PM Support, Health Facility Planning Agency (HFPA), USAG Humphreys, South Korea.

NOTE: This individual will not be a NIKA employee but designated as 1099 contractor.

Named a “Top Workplace” by the Washington Post, NIKA is a well-established company that is focused on growth within an entrepreneurial environment. We are revolutionizing how businesses and governments design, build and manage real property by combining architecture and engineering, enterprise technologies, and facilities operations management services all under one roof. When you become part of the NIKA team, you join an organization that encourages collaboration, vision and personal development.

Job Responsibilities:

The Program Manager support position will include but is not limited to:

  • Providing services as part of a project management team providing consultation and advice to government personnel tasked to support of HFPA’s MEDCOM medical facilities life cycle management program.
  • Scope shall cover support for specific projects within the Department of Defense Medical MILCON, Military Construction Army (MCA), Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC), and other programs.
  • The professional and technical services will incorporate the contractor’s expertise in US Army health facility planning, project management, construction management, initial outfitting and transition (IO&T) management, total building commissioning, operations and maintenance, and the application of U.S. building codes and standards, DoD and Army Regulations, The Joint Commission (TJC) , National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA), Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA), American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and other regulatory and medical standards

These professional services will include, but are not limited to: Project Management; Planning, Concept and Design Coordination and Review ; Scope Development; Total Building Commissioning Program Development and Management; Facility Management Liaison; Interior Design Analysis; Construction Project Office Management Development; Submittal Review; Change Proposal Coordination and Preparation; IO&T Planning and Execution; Contractor Request for Information (RFI) Coordination; Maintenance and Sustainment Planning and Development.

  • The Program Manager will submit documentation and give presentations to support the tasks within this Scope of Work (SOW) on an as-required basis to identified recipients of submittals, or as requested by the Government Program Manager (PgM) or designated representative. The contractor will coordinate schedules and report progress on a weekly basis with the PgM and/or their designated representative.
  • The Program Manager will coordinate with Regional Medical Commands, Health Facility Project Offices (HFPOs) and other HFPA staff, local Corps of Engineer District and Resident Offices, other end-using agencies, Architect-Engineers (PROGRAM MANAGER), Department of Public Works (DPW), and medical facility end-users throughout all phases of project development and execution as required by the HFPA PgM or designated representative. The contractor will attend meetings and make recommendations concerning follow-on actions to the PgM or designated representative as appropriate.

During Design:

  • The contractor will assist in gathering and analyzing data, utilizing strategic and master plans, and concepts of operations to develop project scopes of work and project documentation.
  • The Program Manager will review and analyze site and facility as-built conditions and operations to assess requirements for construction projects and to ensure constructability and maintainability of the facility and report these results to the HFPA PgM or designated representative.
  • The Program Manager will coordinate with HFPA staff, other MEDCOM staffs, The Program Manager, DPW, and COE to receive and review concepts and design submittals of projects, as directed.
  • The Program Manager will coordinate submittal of review comments for projects through specified processes while assisting HFPA’s designated representative.
  • The Program Manager will coordinate development of requests for proposals (RFP) and technical specifications for projects in coordination with other HFPA staff, other MEDCOM staffs, PROGRAM MANAGER, DPW and COE staffs as appropriate and submit these to the PgM or designated representative.

During Construction:

  • The Program Manager will gather and analyze projected workload requirements to provide recommendations to the PgM on the development of staffing, equipment, information technology and space needs for project offices and embedded transition management activities, as directed by the PgM or designated representative.
  • The Program Manager will evaluate and provide recommendations to the PgM / designated representative on Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) with respect to budget and schedule impacts and ensure that ECP responses are coordinated in accordance with Project Management Plans, as directed by the PgM or designated representative.
  • The Program Manager will check for completeness of technical or operational information, maintainability, and impact on project Design Intent and Total Building Commissioning (TBCx),
  • The The Program Manager, when directed by the PgM or designated representative, shall perform complete technical review of project elements such as maintainability, impact of construction changes on Design Intent and Total Building Commissioning (TBCx) submittals and construction RFIs. The Program Manager shall provide proposed response recommendations and review comments for subsequent release to the construction The Program Manager, within the established review and construction timeframes.

During Initial Outfitting and Transition:

  • The Program Manager, as directed by the PgM or designated representative, will assist with space planning, space utilization, equipment and furniture procurement coordination, operating procedures, interior design, move planning, and budgeting necessitated by projects, insuring that these are consistent with relevant master and strategic plans and project Design Intent. The Program Manager will ensure tasks are completed according to approved costs, qualities, schedules, and guidelines provided by HFPA.

Post Occupancy:

When directed by the PgM or designated representative, The Program Manager will assist with individual project TBCx Planning and Execution, including Design Intent development, design and submittal reviews, ECP and RFI reviews, transition processes, and post-occupancy evaluations/commissioning, to ensure Design Intent is maintained and projects are technically adequate and complete. The Program Manager will assist the facility user in developing maintenance plans for post-occupancy sustainment of facilities when directed by the PgM or designated representative.

In the execution of identified duties, The Program Manager will be required to travel from their primary place of duty in order to conduct required services at the following locations & duration:

LOCATION NUMBER DURATION of TRIPS

Outlying Clinics, Korea 20 Day trip

Travel shall be conducted in accordance with the Federal Joint Travel Regulations (FJTR). Travel shall be included in the Firm Fixed Price proposal and will be $10,000. Ten days prior to the proposed travel, The Program Manager shall inform the COR or other appropriate Government officials. Prior to traveling, The Program Manager must receive COR or other appropriate Government official signature acknowledgement of the proposed travel.

NIKA is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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