Navarro Inc. UMTRCA Title II Manager in Grand Junction, Colorado
Navarro Research and Engineering, Inc. is recruiting for a UMTRCA Title II Manager in Grand Junction, CO.
Navarro is a premier contractor providing high-quality technical services to DOE, NASA, and DOD. Navarro’s success is based on our customer service focus and our well-known responsiveness and innovation. In all we do, either in corporate management or in our services to our clients, we seek for the most effective and efficient approaches to provide best value to our clients.
Fosters organizational values of a safety conscious work environment and strongly advocates for disciplined project execution in adherence to program quality requirements.
Manages all activities associated with the UMTRCA Title II contract scope of work; develops an awareness of critical expectations and cultivates and maintains stable and effective communications with internal and external clients; and devises and implements approaches to exceed expectations.
Directs and executes work with significant latitude and independence, while also establishing common technical and strategic vision and maintaining effective communication with task and program management.
Directs the work of 6-8 direct report staff as well as matrixed staff. The Title II Manager is responsible for ensuring compliant timekeeping performance by staff; completing performance reviews; identifying resources needs and leading hiring initiatives in collaboration with the Task 103 manager; addressing recognition and disciplinary requirements; and ensuring that productivity and quality standards are met.
May also manage specific sites as a site lead, perform the duties as a backup to site leads for specific sites as assigned by the Navarro Task 103 manager.
Supports the Task 103 manager though timely and informative written and verbal communication; and routine consultation regarding client expectations and relations, and the strategic and technical elements of Title II work.
At the direction of the Task 103 manager this individual (among others) temporarily serves as the acting Task 103 manager when delegation of authority is required.
The Title II manager interfaces with a wide array of DOE and Navarro managers, provides support to projects managed by Title II staff, reviews documents prepared by staff, prepares and manages annual and lifecycle budgets, travels to regulator and public meetings to support DOE and Navarro, and prepares and supports DOE and Navarro presentations as requested.
Analyzes problems and opportunities, identifies key tasks and critical steps, establishes priorities and assists in the identification of project risks, impacts, mitigation measures, and contingency plans.
Mentors staff directly and indirectly through internal and external subject matter experts to ensure that technical and regulatory issues are successfully addressed and resolved.
Accepts mentoring identified by the Task 103 manager and other senior Navarro management to supplement and enhance key skills and capabilities.
Prepares weekly and monthly reports required by Navarro management.
Performing work safely is Navarro's top priority. The Title II manager leads by example in this area.
Additionally, in alignment with LM/LMS organization, the Title II manager practices, and strives to meet, the following expectations:
Further the mission of the Department of Energy as job one.
Accomplish work in a safe and quality conscious manner.
Exercise respect, good judgement, and professional behavior.
Recognize that success is achieved through effective team effort.
Take ownership of assigned responsibilities and individual career objectives by maintaining a leadership mindset.
Respect the public trust and insist on ethical behavior.
Bachelor's Degree Major Physical Science; Environmental, Civil, Geotechnical, Geological, or Chemical Engineering.
Greater than 8 years of experience.
Knowledge of fundamental principles, concepts, and techniques in the coordination of environmental projects/programs, including environmental regulations, budgetary functions and matrix management systems.
Comprehensive knowledge of principles, concepts, and techniques in geology, hydrology, geotechnical or environmental engineering, or equivalent environmental sciences.
Experience in planning and managing construction activities and associated support resources, reading and understanding engineering plans and specifications, procurement of construction subcontracts, ensuring that change orders are processed for work beyond the original scope, and coordinating the production of documentation of as-built conditions.
Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearances requirements, US citizenship is required.
- PMP, PE, PG, CPG or similar certifications are a plus. Skill using Microsoft Project is a plus. Experience with UMTRCA, NEPA, or CERCLA is a plus.
Navarro is an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.
Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental & Vision)
Retirement Plan (401k, IRA)
Life Insurance (Basic, Voluntary & AD&D)
Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick & Public Holidays)
Training & Development