Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
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Performs project management responsibilities, with emphasis on mechanical systems, on small projects, multiple task orders, or on an assigned segment of a larger project, including coordination of design, procurement, and construction activities. When assigned to only a segment of a larger project, this role develops a complete understanding of the contract and any relevant subcontracts in order to provide full support to the overall project management team. The PM (I) will manage, plan, and coordinate, with the superintendent, all activities of the project to ensure that goals and/or objectives of projects are accomplished within the project time frame and budget. This position may also be tasked with estimating functions for mechanical systems, responsible for directing the cost estimate effort on a major project or on multiple small projects.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Reviews project proposal/plan with Superintendent to determine time frame, funding limitations, staffing requirements, self-performance or subcontract
Organizes and oversees jobsite administration and field supervision
Assists in the procurement of subcontractors and suppliers
Monitors the progress schedule and its periodic revisions ensuring project stays on track
Ensures site safety is at the forefront of each project
Works with the Superintendent to identify and resolve any project related issues/changes
Develops long term schedule, goals and projections for projects
Establishes and maintains relationships with the owner, design professionals, building officials, local businesses, and emergency support
Prepares project budgets and cost codes
Prepares project reports, financial updates, and scorecards for management, client, and others
Prepares and submits Design Clarification / Verification Requests (DCVR) and change orders
Develops project schedule with the Superintendent
Performs and/or manages project scheduling, scoping, clarifying, and pricing effort for assigned preconstruction projects
Work with and/or act as mechanical estimating lead in preparation of bid proposals and work closely with the project development organization to develop estimates for firm fixed price, cost reimbursable, and IDIQ projects
Education: Bachelorís Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Construction Management, or related field preferred.
Experience: Possess at least three (3) years of relevant experience or a combination of education and directly related experience equal to seven (7) years. Relevant experience includes, but not limited to, experience as Assistant Project Manager, Project Engineer or Specialist, or a project role of significant capacity such as Project Controls Lead, Contracts Lead, etc. Demonstration of successful performance as an assistant Project Manager or senior project engineer on small to medium sized projects may also qualify. Experience in construction estimating with a general contractor and/or mechanical contractor.
Background Requirements: Applicants selected may be subject to a Federal background investigation and might be required to meet the eligibility requirements for access to classified information or matter. Applicants are required to have REAL ID Act compliant documentation at time of hire.
Knowledge, Skill, and Abilities
Project Manager Professional (PMP) certification preferred
OSHA 30 hour
Demonstration of successful performance as an assistant Project Manager or senior project engineer on small to medium sized projects
Gathers all information necessary to create, monitor, and modify the progress schedule on a continuing basis
Participates in scope reviews of the various bid packages to properly coordinate and ensure that nothing is either left out or bought twice
Thorough familiarity with the general contract requirements, with the ability to identify changes, conflicts, etc
Works with the Superintendent to develop and administer the site utilization program, site services, security arrangements, and other facilities and arrangements necessary for appropriate service to the construction effort
Identifies field-construction and work-sequence considerations when finalizing bid package purchases
Enforces all regulatory, base and company specific safety rules
Performs job site inspections for both quality and safety
Significant experience with earned value reporting and baseline management
Demonstrated ability to work accurately, follow procedures and schedules, and prioritize multiple tasks
Extensive knowledge of mechanical systems and components
High degree of sensitivity and ability to maintain confidential client and employee information
Proficiency with all MS Office products (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Projects, Sharepoint)
Be proficient and able to implement computer software programs used for pre-construction, Timberline, eGordian, 4Clicks, and Trimble AutoBid Mechanical
Ability to work in a team environment and fit in with company culture and processes
Effective professional oral and written communication skills
Must possess a strong work ethic and values that are above-reproach
Strong organizational, interpersonal skills
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