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Construction Project Manager

Seeking a Project Manager: To serve as the primary company representative on construction projects engagements.

The successful candidate will be the primary company representative responsible for the overall direction, completion, and financial outcome of a construction project. Directs and supervises activities related to contract administration, change orders, submittals, procurement, project financial projections, and schedule requirements to ensure projects are completed in a quality, profitable, safe, and timely manner. Maintains a relentless focus on meeting and exceeding customer needs and expectations. Builds business with current customers by delivering on our promises and creates new business with potential customers in a proactive manner, promoting all of our construction services.

Responsibilities/Requirements include:

Project Financial Responsibilities

  • Creates and manages project’s budget, collaborates during the preconstruction process and is responsible for onsite construction activity.
  • Knows and understands the requirements of owner’s contract, including bonds, fees, notifications, schedules, reporting, and costs.

Preconstruction Services

  • Collaborates with Preconstruction to prepare, review, and monitor information and reports related to all costs involved in developing the project’s budget.
  • Takes ownership of process of determining the quantity of budget estimates/deliverables to client.
  • Manages the subcontracting process, which includes holding initial scope review meetings, finalizing agreed price, developing subcontract scope of work, and managing the subcontract distribution and final execution process.

Project Start-up and Scheduling

  • Collaborates with scheduling, superintendent, subcontractors, and suppliers to create a construction schedule.
  • Develops an organizational and responsibilities matrix at the start of each project and determines the resources needed for the project (e.g., people, tools, equipment, materials, internal and external services).
  • Reviews the contract documents with all project participants (e.g., customers, employees, subcontractors, suppliers, government regulators, utilities) to ensure work is completed on time and within budget.
  • Coordinates and delivers all requirements for subcontractors and suppliers to meet project schedules.

Project Administration, Operations and Close-out

  • Responsible for project administration and daily operations. Prepares and maintains the project schedule, milestone dates, and close-out checklist. Reviews with project staff each quarter and assigns responsibilities, execution, and follow-up plans.
  • Establishes relationships and communication tools as needed with suppliers and other key people to verify all materials, supplies, tools, equipment, and personnel are obtained and/or delivered when necessary. Ensures that all understand performance standards and expectations.
  • Ensures that project site and company assets are secure and maintains a safe and respectful working environment at all times by implementing programs for safety and loss prevention, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), risk management, training, and quality control.

Promote Customer Relations and Develop New Business

  • Builds effective relationships with customers, design team, subcontractors, suppliers, and user groups that reflect and support company core values and meets or exceeds the customer’s expectations.
  • Actively participates in industry, client, and community relations to enhance company image.
  • Makes presentations to proactively seek new business opportunities through relationships.
  • Culture, Leadership and Employee Development
  • Communicates our vision and purpose through promoting our Core Values of: Collaboration, Community and Commitment.
  • Serves as a role model and promotes professional behavior.
  • Participates in and support operations training programs and commits to the development of project staff and of self.
  • Perform other related duties as needed 

 Education, Experience and Knowledge

  • B.S. in Construction Management, Engineering, or related field preferred and 7+ years of experience.  Depending upon the project size, scope, and complexity the years of experience may vary. Previous experience in the financial, energy and healthcare sectors is preferred.
  • Demonstrates leadership skills with ability and willingness to face challenges, solve problems, and motivate others, while maintaining effective relationships with customers by meeting or exceeding their requirements and expectations.
  • Supervises and develops direct reports while prioritizing and delegating significant responsibilities to others. Manages essential functions effectively by consistently driving for quality, profitable, safe, and timely results on the assigned project.
  • Demonstrates solid presentation skills and verbal/written skills. Demonstrates proficiency using a personal computer (PC) and company communication tools, such as email, internet, and Microsoft products (e.g., Word, Excel, Office, Outlook).

 

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