|Job Ref:||28284BR||Employer:||Black & Veatch||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United States||County/State:||New Jersey||City:||Paramus||Address:||Post Date:||05/10/2016 01:03|
Spectrum Management & frequency acquisition: Experience identifying, validating and licensing frequencies used on the public safety, critical infrastructure and commercial bands. This also includes creating contour maps, emission reports. Experience designing equipment and systems for land-mobile radio. Experience managing licenses including modifying, renewing and cancelling licenses for client. |
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
•Serves as Senior Spectrum Licensing SME
•Oversight of all spectrum licensing projects and professionals
•Identify, validate, license frequencies used on public safety critical infrastructure and commercial bands
•Creation of contour maps
•Creation of emissions reports
•Design equipment and systems for land-mobile radio
•Modifying, renewing and cancelling licenses for clients
•Develop frequency plans and licensing strategies
•Conduct UHF/VHF searches & develop plans
•Serves as Senior Wireless Regulatory Manager for multiple site projects and multiple clients.
•Serves as main client interface which includes providing reports and attending status meetings.
•Manages Wireless Regulatory Office
•May serve as Regional Wireless Regulatory Manager
•Prepares and manages plan, schedule, and budget for each assigned project.
•Monitors compliance in regards to FAA/FCC guidelines for RF Exposure Safety and NEPA / SHPO
•Manages Pre and Post Construction environmental compliance activities of Wireless Regulatory Managers and Associates
•Drives daily activities of Wireless Regulatory Managers, Specialists, and Associates - including scoping, forecasting
•Communicates activities with B&V team members, and other departments as needed
•Works hand in hand with Site Acquisition teams to drive project schedules forward
•Forecast completions & anticipate effect on overall project schedule
•Manages financial approvals for scope of work.
•Monitors and tracks progress on all open compliance transactions.
•Manages 3rd party vendor deliverable quality
•Update Internal Black & Veatch databases as required
•Participates in Client Meetings
•Provides status reports to Regulatory Director or Project Manager
•Provides leadership and works to determine and develop growth opportunities within the Regulatory team.
•Prepares or reviews various reports, forms, correspondence, e-mail messages, logs, budget documents, and group goals and objectives.
•Establishes group policies and procedures, and recommends strategies and priorities for supporting the groups' service deliverables.
•Provides training and supervision of their Regulatory team.
•Supervises the administration, planning, operations, and work of consultants, subcontractors, and independent contractors
•Communicate activities with team members and other departments, as needed.
•Maintains a high degree of customer service and integrity when dealing with clients.
•Manages pricing determinations and scope of work review throughout the Bidding Process on potential new projects.
•Other duties or special projects, as assigned.
Requires 4 year degree, or equivalent work experience. Requires 5-7 years telecommunications industry experience; 5 years site acquisition experience. 5 years wireless regulatory experience; 3+ years Supervisory experience.
Preferred Job Qualifications
•Knowledge of Tower and Telecommunications industry experience, required
•Knowledge of Part 90 of the FCC's rules for Public Safety & Utilities
•Understanding of the FCC's Universal Licensing System
•Understanding of 800/700 Conventional and Trunked systems
•Ability to work independently as well as with others
•Excellent oral and written communications skills
•Excellent problem solving and conflict resolution skills
•Ability to provide quality audits for project and site specific documentation
•Real estate, sales, or legal negotiation experience, strongly desired
•Ability to communicate and negotiate effectively
•Ability to read and comprehend legal documents such as legal descriptions, surveys, ground leases, easements, deeds, land purchase contracts, mortgages, title policies, subordination, and CAD drawings
•Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook
•Adheres to, supports and enhances the Divisions Environmental, Safety, Health and Security Program
•Adheres to, supports and enhances the Divisions Environmental, Safety, Health and Security Program and enhances the Divisions Quality Management System.
Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority/Disabled/Veterans/Females