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Vessel Construction Manager 2

Ketchikan, AK · Transportation/Logistics
Vessel Construction Manager 2 
Ketchikan, AK
68,724.00 and amazing benefits

***Applicants must be USA resident/citizen, currently located in the USA.***

Our client: The Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) is hiring hard-working, focused individuals to keep Alaska moving! The Vessel Construction Manager 2 manage and coordinate medium-large vessel engineering and construction projects. This is an advanced level position, with broad responsibilities and oversight of large, technically complex projects. If you qualify, please apply hereor email your resume to jobs@peopleak.com today! 

Would you like to:
  • With occasionally short timelines, review project proposals, planning data, prepare cost estimates, evaluate scheduling & engineering feasability
  • Prepare RFPs, serve as agreement administrator
  • Oversee preparation of project plans, permits, specs and schedules for conformance to program requirements
  • Conduct specialized and technically difficult inspections to ensure removal of hazardous materials
  • Oversee contract warranty provisions, function as liaison between contractor and vessel operations personnel
  • Coordinate, monitor and review construction project activities, reccommend plan changes
  • Supervise maintenance of project records
  • Meet with officials and community groups, make project presentations
  • Assign work to appropriate staff

Ideally you have:
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with a major in engineering, naval architecture, mechanical/electrical engineering or naval science AND one year of experience equivalent to Vessel Construction Manager 1 within the State of Alaska
  • Substitution: Additional marine or naval engineering equivalent to a Vessel Construction Assistant 3 with the State of Alaska may be substituted for required education on a year-for-year basis.   OR: One year of project management experience in the Engineer/Architect or Technical Engineer/Architect series with the State of Alaska or elsewhere and one year of experience equivalent to Vessel Construction Assistant III together may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.       
  • Knowledge of principles and practices applied in inspecting and testing materials used in vessel construction
  • Thorough knowledge of acceptable construction practices
  • Good knowledge of applicable federal and state regulations
  • Thorough knowledge of construction project management principles
  • Working knowledge of management tools
  • Ability to negotiate and deal constructively with adversarial relationships
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills

Making it worth your while:
  • Excellent benefits package (including Health, Life, Dental, paid leave, 11 paid holidays per year and other benefits)
  • Solid employer, excellent career path
  • Work in your area of expertise in one of the most stunning locations in the world!

Alaska Executive Search is here for you!
  • Specialist recruiters, with over 50 years of combined experience
  • No cost to our applicants
  • Ability to look for a job while you’re still working
  • Certified Staffing Consultants work for our clients, and advocate for our candidates
  • Friendly Associate Recruiters working with you to present your best self


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