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Job Position: Construction Manager - Electrical
Purpose: As the Construction Manager, you will play a critical role in the success of our projects. While working under the direction of the Project Manager, you will be a key leader in the management and growth of our field personnel, while being the on-site point of contact for our customers during each phase of construction. With a focus on proper execution of site procedures, safety practices, expense management, and daily project reporting. You will ensure the delivery of a quality product while maintaining a safe working environment.
Accepts ownership of all job site activities and personnel to include on-site planning, material & equipment management, process execution, and safety.
Ability to oversee and report daily progress to the project team, ensuring completion on time and within budget.
Ability to interpret and manage construction activities based on installation standards, project files, drawings, documents & records.
Lead Benchmarking, shareholder review, and approval activities based on Installation standards.
Experience with basic project and construction coordination, including planning, scheduling, cost management, change order identification, procurement of material/receiving, and customer relations.
Ability to manage field personnel and subcontractors to complete projects on time and within budget.
Experience with the installation and maintenance of construction projects.
Hold daily "Tailgate" meetings prior to work to discuss job site hazards, JHA completion, daily objections, and best practices.
Ability to uphold and facilitate our safety policy and the documentation of safety incidents.
Coach/mentor employees while providing feedback on performance.
Experience with and ability to implement on-site training for field personnel.
Development and implementation of project procedures, schedules, and standards.
Provide technical assistance such as interpretation of drawings, recommending construction methods, specify and order materials, tools, and equipment.
Review employee's time and expenses ensuring accuracy and accountability.
Manage crew efficiency and assess task-based time.
Responsible to communicate conflicts or issues that have the potential to affect the schedule.
Willing to lead by example and work alongside the field technicians when needed.
Build and manage a weekly schedule with a forecasted 3-week look ahead.
Adherence to local labor laws – Journeyman to Apprentice ratios.
On-site company representative with strong communication skills, responsible for interactions with Inspectors, customers, landowners, OSHA, etc.
Aid in engineering constructability, design, review, and execution planning.
Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
Willing to work occasional evenings, weekends, and holidays.
The requirements listed in job descriptions are guidelines, not fixed rules. You do not have to satisfy every requirement or meet every qualification listed. If you feel you are an excellent candidate, we encourage you to apply!
A bachelor's degree in Project Management, Construction Management, related field, or equivalent combination of experience/education.
Knowledge of electrical construction.
Self-starter and team player.
Effectively interface with all levels of management, staff, and customers (conference calls, bid walks, etc.)
Competency in Microsoft applications (i.e. Word, Excel, and Outlook)
Must be available to travel extensively (up to 100%) within regional states, including overnight stays for up to weeks at a time if required.
Possess and maintain a valid driver's license that represents a history of safe & competent driving.
Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check.