HVAC Program Manager- Washington, DC
About AECOM National Security Programs:
National Security Programs, an AECOM Technology Corporation, is a provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world. The National Security Programs Division brings unique expertise to AECOM in intelligence, information technology and cyber security – and diversifies AECOM’s strong base of federal government relationships. An exciting and rewarding career, built on your experience is within your reach. AECOM has significant presence in the high-growth national security market. With 51,000 people in more than 100 countries, AECOM is a leader in all of the key markets that it serves. Our highly capable team provides a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in delivering solutions that enhance and sustain the world’s built, natural and social environments.
Title: HVAC Program Manager
Location: Washington DC
The HVAC Program Manager is responsible for operation, maintenance, and repair services for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, compressed air equipment and systems, and emergency generators at a main Government facility and of air conditioning equipment at seven off-site locations by means of a combination firm fixed price (FFP) and indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. Responsible for providing leadership, management, supervision, and technical guidance necessary to operate, maintain, repair, and make minor alterations to HVAC, refrigeration, and compressed air systems and associated equipment for both firm fixed price and IDIQ work, including:
- Service Work
- Recurring services such as Preventive Maintenance, cooling tower water treatment, and seasonal start-up and shut-down of equipment
- Periodic operational checks
- Indefinite quantity work items of repair and alterations
- Supervises and manages a group of technicians of various crafts in the operation, maintenance, and repair of building HVAC equipment for both FFP and IDIQ efforts.
- Supervises scheduling and ensures 24/7/365 staffing on the FFP portion of the contract, which includes Preventive Maintenance Inspection and Service, Equipment Operations, and Service Calls. The contractor is required to have 24/7/365 staffing to pick up service call authorizations and respond to Emergency and Urgent Service Calls and to maintain sufficient off-the-shelf materials and equipment on hand to support service work requirements.
- Establishes procedures, policies, standards, and priority of effort for all work. Ensures work is scheduled and coordinated in advance with client representatives. Ensures all work is performed to standard and that the client is apprised of mission impacts and progress.
- Establishes internal policies, procedures, and tracking systems for the performance of all Preventive Maintenance Inspection and Service under the FFP portion of the contract. PM includes the identification and performance of any repairs required to bring the equipment up to manufacturer’s operating standards, in accordance with the contract requirements. Ensures deficiencies identified during PMs are reported to the client in accordance with contract requirements.
- Establishes internal policies, procedures and tracking systems in accordance with contract requirements for operator maintenance under the FFP portion of the contract. Operator shall be performed daily, or more frequently if required by the equipment manufacturer. Operator maintenance shall include the performance of any needed minor adjustments and repairs in accordance with the terms of the contract.
- Establishes internal policies, procedures, and tracking systems for Service Calls. Ensures 24/7/365
- 24/7/365 staffing to pick up service call authorizations and respond to Emergency and Urgent Service Calls. Establishes internal procurement and inventory procedures to maintain sufficient off-the-shelf materials and equipment on hand to support service work requirements.
- Establishes policies and procedures for the preparation, review, approval, and tracking of cost estimates required for Beyond Scope of Work Service Calls, deficiencies identified during PMs that are beyond the limit of PM repair the contract, and IDIQ work. Supervises the preparation and submission of cost estimates.
- Establishes policies and procedures for the preparation, review, approval, and tracking of IDIQ proposals. Supervises the preparation and submission of proposals within delegated limits.
- Responsible for the planning, scheduling, and execution of IDIQ work involving the repair, replacement, maintenance, and installation of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, compressed air equipment and systems, and emergency generators at the main Government facility and off site locations.
- Supervises the preparation of, approves, and submits daily, weekly and monthly reports on work accomplished.
- Provides guidance, training and supervision for technicians as required.
- Ensures that all FFP and IDIQ work is accomplished in accordance with all applicable codes, regulations, and client requirements.
- Ensures that all FFP and IDIQ work is accomplished in accordance with client and AECOM Safety Program requirements. Establishes safety procedures, ensures safety equipment is available and used, safety briefings are given, and verifies requirements for and schedules required safety training.
Essential Skills and Qualifications:
- Minimum of three years of supervisory experience.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Strong analytical and organizational skills.
- Extensive knowledge, expertise, and experience on HVAC, refrigeration, and compressed air systems and emergency generators.
- Previous experience with data centers and mission critical facilities.
- Demonstrated ability to lead and manage FFP and IDIQ work of similar scope and complexity.
- Master Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic License in VA, MD, or D.C.
- Valid Driver’s License.
- As an exempt employee, may be required work beyond normal duty day to ensure critical support requirements are met.
- Ability to work inside and outside, in inclement weather; and on wet, icy and slippery surfaces.
- Ability to use a ladder or lift and work on/inspect structures or equipment above ground level.
Desired Qualifications and Skills:
- Master Electrician’s License
Security: Must be a U.S. Citizen and have an active Top Secret/SCI security clearance
Please submit resumes to the follow recruiter:
Jennifer M. Waymer
Lead Technical Recruiter, National Security Programs D 703.224.4247 C 571.422.7968