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The Project Manager is directly responsible for the overall management and execution of construction projects. This includes, but not limited to: program management, design team management, local municipality coordination, contractor and/or subcontractor management, etc. to ensure a successful project completion.
Risk Management: Effectively can foresee risks. Can develop a strategy to address these risks, ensure all project team members are aligned and implement the plan that was developed.
Cost Management: Takes ultimate ownership of all projects costs (internal and external) can effectively manages the costs in the best interest of the project. This also includes timely and accurate project billings to ensure proper cash flow on the job.
Construction Document Review & Coordination: Understands that the accuracy and completeness of the construction documents is directly tied to the success of the project and is willing to provide detailed reviews, lead review sessions, and coordinate the resolution of review comments with all team members. Ultimately, this position is expected to know the documents “inside and out”.
Scheduling: Develops, manages, and updates the master project schedule. Has the ability to manage the project schedule as a whole across all project team members as well as day by day with an individual team member. This position understands that the success of the overall schedule is directly tied to the success of each and every activity. In addition, this position is responsible to track all material deliveries to the jobsite to ensure compliance with the project schedule.
Project Team Buyout: Ultimately responsible for buyout. This includes but not limited to: bid solicitation, scope verification, qualification process, bid leveling, scope of work preparation, drafting contract agreements, and ultimately ensuring timely contract execution.
Change Process: Identifies potential changes, determines if the change is legitimate, defends non-legitimate changes, and ensures a fair costs of work for actual changes.
Quality: Clearly defines expectations in terms of quality and ensures they are being met. Actively participates in the mock-up process, coordination meetings, inspections process, etc.
Safety: Clearly defines the expectations in terms of safety and ensures they are being met. Actively performs inspections and training.
5-10 Years of construction industry experience
Minimum 4 year degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering or related degree
Computer Skills (MS Office, Procore, etc.)
Ability to work on multiple projects at once
AA/EOE. E-Verify employer.