Employment Opportunity
Job Title: Project Manager

Job Code: GW-09062321530928
Salary Range: $140K
Job Location: DC--Washington
City: Washington    State: DC


The Project Manager is responsible for managing the efficient and effective coordination 
and execution of the contractual requirements, Quality Control (QC), safety, operations 
and maintenance. Applies an extensive knowledge of Facility Management concepts, 
principles, methods, practices, and processes related to contract management. The position 
requires a technical background and experience in various functions; a knowledge and 
understanding of contracting procedures and authorization processes; and a strong 
management background with conflict resolution skills and negotiations. The Project 
Manager is required to integrate customer requirements and participation into a 
comprehensive management plan that is fully coordinated with all functional elements 
within the company’s responsibilities and setting expectations; control and manage 
assigned project's budget(s), inventory and schedule assuring that the
company’s commitments to the customer and quality services are met; and serve as the 
company's main point of contact for customer and other external agencies on the assigned 



• Project Manager is responsible for the overall management, control, coordination, and 
execution of contract compliance. As Project Manager, implements corporate decisions, 
guidance, laws, regulations, and policy in the performance of the project.

• Will provide schedule development, technical direction, and coordinate internal and 
subcontracted resources.

• Will provide supervision of all staff including union and nonunion personnel.

• Ensures that all safety rules and regulations are followed by all employees and that 
quality control is an integral part of Valiant’s work performance; shall be engaged with 
sufficient education, training and experience to perform responsibilities; shall have 
sufficient management experience that will provide technicians with proper leadership and 
training to complete all assigned tasks in a proficient manner thus maintaining the level 
of excellence expected by Valiant. He/she will have the ability to communicate complex 
facility/plant/communications equipment repair and/or replacement projects, intricate 
maintenance schedules, work plans, Scope of Work (SOW), and detailed cost estimates and 
will serve as the point of contact for work control. The Project Manager will ensure 
schedule and cost goals are being met daily and that the SOW on this project is completed 

• Ensures that Site Security is in accordance with the primary contract and/or as 
defined/instructed by the Contracting Officer. Enforces site safety in accordance with the 
primary contract and the approved Site Safety and Health Plan (Accident Prevention Plan). 
Controls and manages project milestones and budgets from planning through operations. 
Reviews project progress measuring performance
and taking necessary corrective actions to maintain agreed upon schedule and cost. Based 
on performance trends ensures proper resolution of issues raised. Reconciles customer 
concerns assuring that all participating parties are informed of project progress, issues, 
and impacts.

• Reviews project proposal or plan to determine time frame, funding limitations, 
procedures for accomplishing project, staffing requirements, and allotment of available 
resources to various phases of project. Establishes work plan and staffing for each phase 
of project, and arranges assignment of project personnel. Confreres with project staff to 
outline work-plan a. 

QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform 
each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of 
the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to 
enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Technically qualified in the field of research laboratory management and should have BS 
degree in engineering or architecture or 15 years’ experience in trades. 10 years’ 
experience in research, laboratory, or medical facility maintenance. 5 years of 
supervisory experience. 3 years of government medical research or hospital operations 
management experience.

• Be available by phone, 24 hours per day. (Monday through Sunday, including holidays)



• 10 Hour OSHA General Industry Training Certification and the 30 Hour OSHA Construction 
Safety & Health Training Course

• Have taken the USACE Quality Management Course for Contractors.

• Have working experience in/with NFPA, EPA, OSHA, AAALAC, BMBL, Contract Appendix B, ISO 
17025 & 9000, and other laboratory standards accreditations, AIHA, NRC.