The Senior Project Manager will be accountable to monitor, manage, develop and implement risk mitigation plans and communicate risk for both self-performed and subcontracted work across all phases of complex and/or multiple projects.
Make contacts and develop business relationships with customers, subcontractors, vendors, and industry associations to meet or exceed revenue and profit goals as established in the fiscal year business plan.
This oversight includes, but is not limited to financial reporting, management of financial administrative support, fiscal forecasting, financial analysis, regional audit activities, cost control activities and various compliance activities.
Coordinate and acquire all necessary qualified internal resources to supports given project, which includes clerical support, and interface with Planning Design Organization and Logistics Organizations.
Provide daily status and coordination with the Districts DOCS, and Substations related to all projects on going in an assigned area; act as single point of contact for all assigned projects, which may include multiple Edison departments and project source.
The Estimator II ensures that bid deadlines and customer presentation requirements are met while proactively identifying and suggesting solutions for known or anticipated construction problems to minimize cost and reduce risk.
Provide regulatory compliance support to construction and yard operations, including emergency response, wastewater and air quality compliance monitoring and reporting, permit development and environmental improvement work.
Plan, develop and conduct financial reviews to evaluate key business processes for compliance with established company policies, communicate findings & management recommendations, and ensure timely completion of required corrective actions.
Oversee total construction effort to ensure projects are constructed in accordance with design, budget and schedule. Includes interfacing with client representatives, A/E representatives, union officials, subcontractors, security, etc.
Manages large projects ($10MM to $100MM) with overall project performance responsibility (scope, safety, quality, schedule, innovation, cost, and customer satisfaction) coordinating site specific Project Managers or coaching PMs during the initiation and planning phases.
Establishes and maintains rapport with claimants, adjusters, internal and external customers and other involved parties in the claims process; creates and analyzes trend and financial reports for leadership and executive teams.
Maintain working relationship and liaison with all project staff such as Engineering and construction management teams, contractors, and client; review and approve internal material control documents as required.
Henkels & McCoy Inc • Salem, IL and 1 other location
Monitor performance metrics for operating unit - production, man-hours, accidents and incidents, circuit interruptions; review weekly productivity of crews and adjust as necessary; provide work progress reports as necessary; develop corrective action plans when required.
Partners with the Procurement Department in developing procurement specifications/methodologies to identify, select, and engage with diverse suppliers to ensure high quality, on time delivery, and cost competitiveness.
Participate, in a leadership capacity, in Bid Review and Project Status Review Meetings; facilitate the Project Reviews to ensure the status and performance data is provided to management and stakeholders.
The Senior Scheduler coordinates and integrates all planning and scheduling activities for medium to large size, complex projects/programs within an assigned Region or Division and prepares and issues master schedules, problem analysis reports and variance reports.
The Construction Manager partners with Project Managers to provide management oversight for all phases of the construction project, including coordinating workers, material and equipment, ensuring that construction activities are performed in accordance with schedule as budget.