KIRA Training Services provides base operating support services, construction and renovation and facilities maintenance on government installations. Recognized throughout the industry for our outstanding past performance record (average award fee score is 98%), KIRA Training Services, delivers the people, technology, resources and knowledge required to be a best-in-class contractor. Founded in 1987, KIRA operates in over thirty locations throughout the United States and overseas
KIRA Training Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE), Gender/Minority/Veterans/Disabled.
JOB SUMMARY: Report to Engineering Design Manager to execute design and construction projects at the U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA) and auxiliary sites. Must possess strong time management, organizational and communication skills. Perform job responsibilities as described by the primary, secondary and additional duties listed below.
PRIMARY DUTY: Research, plan, prepare and administer design and construction projects. Apply knowledge of design principles, construction procedures and building codes. Consult with clients to determine functional and spatial requirements, project scope and scheduling for facility construction and renovation projects. Prepare statements of work, cost estimates, time schedules, and submittal registers in accordance with codes, directives, regulations and specifications. Conduct pre-bid site visits and respond to requests for information from contractors. Perform technical evaluations and design reviews of project proposals and submittals. Manage A-E design projects and develop applicable procurement documents. Serve as technical advisor to the client, government representatives, contracting, operations and finance. Prepare reports and presentations to explain the pros and cons of project alternatives. Complete in-house designs for small-scale projects. Maintain 5-yr infrastructure plans.
SECONDARY DUTY: Review electrical drawings for projects that are administered by other project managers.
ADDITIONAL DUTIES: Additional duties in direct support of departmental mission requirements.
EXPERIENCE: In-depth experience in electrical engineering design, project management, and facilities maintenance. Experience in direct digital controls, secondary power requirements experience is preferred. Experience in sustainable design, AutoCAD, large academic and administrative buildings, and athletic facilities is also preferred.
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering (BSME) from an ABET accredited university program (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology).
REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS: Must possess and maintain a valid Colorado Driver’s License. Receive and maintain a favorable Local Background Check (LBC) and National Agency Check (NAC) as applicable to the position requirements, current and future.
DESIRED CERTIFICATIONS: Registered Professional Engineer (PE)