Fuels Program Manager

Construction Boulder, Colorado




This position is responsible for directing fuels programs, including fuels systems clean, inspect, repair, and maintenance programs, involvement with project proposals, planning, executing, and evaluating storage and delivery maintenance projects at multiple sites, building and supervising project teams and ensuring that safety, quality control, timelines and profitability targets are met.

The Fuels Program Manager will hold authority and accountability for timely and accurate completion of program objectives and for submission of exemplary work products; is responsible for assisting with operational planning and assigning of projects, budgeting for time and funds, reviewing and evaluating achievements, and reviewing financial summaries to evaluate the financial performance of fuels projects and programs.

Primary duties and responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Directing fuels systems clean, inspect, repair, and maintenance program;
  • Developing project proposals;
  • Planning, budgeting, scheduling, executing, and evaluating storage and delivery maintenance projects at multiple sites;
  • Building project teams, supervising and evaluating professional and construction staff;
  • Ensuring timely and accurate completion of program objectives and executing exemplary work;
  • Coordinating program activities with administrative support division;
  • Tracking and reporting project milestones and providing status reports to management team and client;
  • Reviewing financial summaries and evaluating financial performance of projects and programs;
  • Marketing existing and potential clients for new business;
  • Representing the Company at professional conferences, presentations, and forums;
  • Assisting in formulating and administering policies;
  • Maintaining liaison with governmental agencies and the private sector;
  • Providing expertise to support and mentor existing staff, including managerial advice or counsel to other professionals; and,
  • Ensuring project results, including quality, safety, contract compliance, subcontractor management and profit targets.

  • Bachelor's degree in a relevant engineering field or construction management.
  • Minimum of ten years of professional work experience, a minimum of seven years’ experience managing petroleum, oil, and lubricants (POL) systems programs/projects, and a minimum five years’ experience managing U.S. military POL clean, inspect, and repair programs/projects.
  • Proven past experience working as a contractor for the Department of Defense including Navy, USAF and USACE.
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple projects including consistently meeting or exceeding established profitability, scheduling and quality targets.

GSI Service Group Inc. is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that consciously builds inclusive teams and is proud to support a diverse environment that considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.