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Travel required (North Carolina South Carolina and Virginia)
As a Construction Manager, you will manage daily operations of self-performing installation staff, subcontractors, and superintendents while they are engaged in the construction, installation, and in-service testing of all project-related Telecom fiber optic systems. Daily tasks shall include directing and recording construction progress in real-time, as well as regular detection and resolution of any conflicts that arise during the construction process. Management of in-house construction crews as well as OSP splicing technicians.
Construction Manager Responsibilities:
Monitoring and ensuring schedule performance and quality workmanship of contractors.
Reviewing change proposals, proposal requests, requests for information, supplemental instructions, and other contract documentation as required.
Reviewing and approving contractor payment requests.
Attending local meetings, approval meetings, and conferences on behalf of our client, documenting and acting on items in the companys interests.
Maintaining relationships and acting as the liaison in matters associated with Federal, State, and Municipal matters, including the City's permitting and inspection requirements.
Serving as an information resource by participating in meetings, resolving disputes, providing ongoing feedback, and coordinating project punch list and close-out.
Ensure all construction work executed is in accordance with provision of the permits, traffic control requirements, and restoration practices performed.
Provide quality control oversight on fiber construction, installation and restoration processes.
Provide any other customary duties related to a Construction Manager role as required.
Construction Manager Requirements:
3+ years of experience installing and maintaining fiber optic products and services.
Strong consultative, organizational, and communication skills.
Ability to travel for meetings with vendors, municipalities, or off-site contractors as business dictates.
Knowledge of fiber optic theory which includes fiber loss, connector types and different types of fiber
Knowledge of OTDR traces and equipment
Ability to write clear and concise status/progress reports with excellent communication skills.
Ability to identify resources to verify information and communicate to effectively identify problems and work out a resolution.
Ability to work at a high level of accuracy with attention to detail.
Ability to read engineered drawings.
Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook.