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Project Manager (Aviation) Under minimum supervision, our client is seeking a self-starting experienced project manager who is customer oriented and driven to complete projects within budget, on time and with high standards implemented. The PM is responsible for the direction, coordination, and management of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and State aviation planning and capital projects. The PM will assist in the implementation and maintenance of an airport’s Capital Improvement Program and will provide administrative support during project execution, including construction plans and specification reviews, correspondence, contracts, reports, and procedures. In addition, further responsibilities include compliance with objectives contained within a Statewide Aviation System Plan, the federal grant block program and airport improvement program, individual Airport Master Plans, environmental laws, federal land acquisition, grant assurance requirements, state licensing, and airspace matters. Please submit resume to: Ron Bird ResourceTek 520 Summit Hill Drive, Suite 1202, Knoxville, TN 37902 Email: rbird@resource-tek.com
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The Metropolitan Airports Commission welcomes applications for an Airside Operations Graduate Intern. This is a 12-month assignment with a start date of Monday, June 4, 2018. The hours of the position will range between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday. This position will perform routine administrative duties in support of the daily functions of the Airside Operations Department at Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport.
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10918002

Serves as advisor to the Vice President (Rail Project) and others on change order and claims related issues. Provides advice to Project management and staff and serves as the Project’s representative for any issues related to claims management. Assesses newly submitted Contractor claims for validity; coordinates with the DCMP management team to identify potential claims. Prepares and maintains a detailed register of Contractor claims and potential claims. Briefs senior management on the exposure and status of the claims register Checks pre-qualifying claims received from Contractors to ensure claims are received within contractual deadlines and that Contractor has submitted reasonable initial substantiation of claim and determines whether claims are administratively compliant with contract. Notifies Contractor as appropriate. Conducts forensic analysis of claims and potential claims by reviewing Contractor claims and potential claims. Coordinates with project team to obtain relevant background information and documentation. Conducts forensic investigation of the technical construction issues, undertaking delay analysis of the program critical path. Determines presence of Contractor-caused concurrent delay (if any) and formulates the project defense and/or counter-claim, as appropriate. If appropriate, ascertains Contractor’s entitlement in terms of change in scope, extension of time, financial quantum and financial impacts. Prepares expert claims reports for each claim and potential claim on the claims register. Confirms claim is pre-qualified and administratively valid including reviewing forensic analysis. Presents claims reports to Contract Administration peers for review, analysis and approval and submits to the Engineer in due course for his/her consideration. Uses claims reports to form the basis of summary presentations to key internal stakeholders. Negotiates and settles claims; prepares all necessary letters and transmittals to be issued in respect of claims or potential claims. Appoints/selects and briefs independent expert witness, where appropriate; obtains testimony from internal Project team, as appropriate. Prepares and analyzes Scott Schedule and documentation; coordinates with the Airports Authority Office of General Counsel. Provides guidance to the Project team on contract management best practice, and facilitates the avoidance and/or mitigation of successful Contractors claims and disputes. Serves as Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR) for claims mitigation and management consultants. Initiates solicitation and coordinates selection of Claims consultants, and maintains ?day-to-day working relationship with claims consultant.
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