Job Title: Construction Manager
Elizabeth River, Gravel Neck, and Darbytown Power Stations.
Duration: 4 months
Pay Range: $65 – 85/hr – 1.5X OT
Per Diem: Expenses covered – lodging and meals
Work Schedule: 40 – 50 hours per week pre outage and 84 hours per week during outages.
Mobilization: Up to $500 each way for reasonable miles, meals, and lodging with receipts
Target start date / availability: Early September

Job Specifics:

Looking for a mechanical/civil construction manager to oversee the bulk of the
Fuel Gas Flow Meters installs at Elizabeth River, Gravel Neck, and Darbytown Power Stations.  Due to the nature of this multi-site work per diem will not be offered for this posting. Lodging and meals will be reimbursed as expenses, mileage will be reimbursed at the standard mileage rate.

The construction manager shall have a week for orientation and then perform the work during the pre-outage and outage scheduled in Fall 2022 (official dates to be determined). Plans are to workday shift only, seven days a week, 12 hours a day (0700 to 1900 hrs.) excluding designated holidays. Any work to be performed out-of-shift, on holidays, or on weekends must be authorized in advance.

Job Summary:

The Construction Manager position leads and manages the execution of all assigned projects actively in the field. Experience required with major power plants and equipment including but not limited to turbines, generators, pumps, motors, control systems, electrical/instrumentation, operations, and other balance-of-plant systems.

Candidates must be highly motivated, be able to work with minimum supervision, and have effective communication skills. Candidates must be able to qualify for work in the field including confined space, climbing stairs and ladders, wearing a respirator, etc.


• Ensure all projects are executed with Safety and Environmental Compliance as the primary focus of all personnel supporting his/her projects.
• Must maintain awareness of the status of activities within scheduled work windows and resolves conflicts as they arise. To accomplish this, the individual must maintain a physical presence on the job site(s) for at least 80% of the duration of the project(s).
• Responsible for performing site construction oversight inspections to monitor the field quality of work and materials provided by vendors and subcontractors.
• Inspects work quality and adherence to contract specifications to meet regulatory requirements, codes and company standards using visual observation, construction knowledge and application of skills.
• Ensure Client is getting the products and services specified in the PO, and to ensure the products and services will perform as required.
• The Construction Manager must understand the Scope of Work (SOW) and ensure the Supplier executes the work according to the SOW, and all applicable Dominion Specifications and Standards. Any deviations from contract specifications or materials that are identified are to be reported to the Project Manager.
• Provide quality inspection reports/status updates to management upon request or as needed.
• Provide feedback to contractors, engineers, safety personnel and general management concerning issues or concerns being encountered.
• Know and understand Client’s Supplemental Terms & Conditions, including a general knowledge of the Safety and Environmental Compliance standards therein, that are expected to be executed successfully by the Supplier.


• Working knowledge of power generation and pollution control equipment.
• General knowledge of construction and operational field work practices, equipment utilization and work component scheduling.
• Demonstrates skill in planning, organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work to meet construction deadlines.
• Demonstrated capability in handling multiple distinct projects at one time.
• Ability to work effectively with management and co-workers and to make effective decisions.
• Skilled in problem solving, attention to detail.
• Skilled in comparing construction specifications and material requirements to physical and material work products.
• Skilled in reading and interpreting manuals, technical instructions and drawings, with an ability to accurately prepare brief written reports.
• Demonstrates skill in planning, organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work to meet construction deadlines.
• Skilled in use of personal computer and Microsoft software (Word, Excel, Outlook).
• Familiarity with OSHA scaffolding requirements and industry safety practices.
• 7+ years of industry experience in the field of construction, engineering, and/or management with a minimum of 3 years demonstrated experience in construction management.
• OSHA 30 preferred.

Job Number: 17680
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