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Government Team Leader

HBW Construction Rockville, MD, USA

An HBW Construction Government Team Leader is responsible for the productivity, development, and ultimate success of his/her team. The Government Team Leader works with team members to assist them in addressing project issues, development of practical and professional skills and reinforcing the positive culture of the work environment. Team leaders are involved in all aspects of construction projects including marketing, sales, estimating, contract management, negotiating, project schedule and administration, financial management and closeout. The Government Team Leader is responsible for securing new business, maintaining exemplary client relations as well as running his/her own construction projects. The Government Team Leader maintains and demonstrates integrity, a strong work ethic and dependability through his/her leadership skills.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES

Customer Care

An HBW Government Team Leader is responsible for assisting in the development of new business opportunities and strengthening existing customer relationships. The Government Team Leader:

  • Identifies and reviews Government posting sites for potential Requests for Proposals (RFPs).
  • Cultivates existing customer relationships to generate repeat business through ensuring work is performed above expectations, regular check-ins and entertaining.
  • Shares professional knowledge with clients that adds value to their projects and identifies/addresses issues before they become problems.

Estimating/Sales

HBW Construction Government Team Leaders are very involved in the estimating, bidding and proposal process. The Government Team Leader:

  • Works directly with estimating staff to develop bids and bid strategy.
  • Works with and prepares his/her team of Project Managers for sales presentations and leads the team in doing this activity.
  • Identifies potential new business opportunities by following up on leads, networking and attending industry events.

Leadership/Team Collaboration

Once a job has been awarded, the Government Team Leader:

  • Manages the activities of multiple Project Managers to ensure quality work that exceeds client expectations.
  • Oversees the financial aspects of projects including the review of financial reports generated by team members.
  • Provides the team with clear direction and sets the pace for project completion.
  • Acts as the relationship contact for all project stakeholders including architects, construction managers, property managers and engineers.
  • Mentors, trains and develops Project Managers and Project Engineers in the skills and understanding of HBW procedures.
  • Maintains healthy and productive team dynamics and provides conflict resolution.
  • Reviews contracts and negotiates the same in preparation for the President or VP's signature.
  • Works on exceeding financial performance goals individually and for the team.

Safety

The Government Team Leader must promote HBW Construction's safety first goal at all times and:

  • Understands, promotes and enforces the HBW Construction's Corporate Safety
  • Understands, promotes and enforces the safety requirements of all authorities having jurisdiction (ex. OSHA, MOSH, VOSH, EM 385-1-1)

QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Minimum of 10 years of construction experience with 3 years working with Federal Government.
  • Experience supervising and leading dynamic teams.
  • High school diploma or equivalent required, college degree preferred.
  • Technical Writing Skills
  • Knowledge of construction industry standards, building codes, equipment, methods, and contracts.
  • Good understanding of bonding process.
  • Experience with the security clearance process and the maintaining of current clearances.
  • Familiar and knowledgeable with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)
  • JOC/IDIQ experience preferred
  • Demonstrated business acumen with strong presentation, communication (verbal and written), problem solving, financial and leadership skills.
  • Ability to maintain composure, professionalism and objectivity in difficult situations and effectively resolve conflicts.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Microsoft Project.
  • Experience in Procore preferred
  • Must have a vehicle to use for work.

Physical Qualifications

  • Must be able to lift up to 20 lbs.
  • Must be able to work for 8-10 hours a day.


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Posted date: 13 days ago

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