Project Manager Life Science / Pharmaceutical
Life Science/Pharmaceutical Project Manager–Job Posting •Obtain, review and process all submittals and shop drawings. Prepare and maintain the Submittal Schedule/Log.•Review, cost code and approve all Subcontractor requisitions and Supplier invoices. The Project Manager is responsible for verifying that the Subcontractor has a fully executed contract and updated insurance certificate prior to the Subcontractor commencing construction together with verifying the previous month’s Waiver of Lien prior to processing payment.•Prepare and distribute project closeout documents including Operations and Maintenance Manuals, “As-Built” Drawings and Systems Training to each Owner at the end of construction in a timely manner so as not to delay the project closeout and/or final payments. Facilitate and coordinate equipment turnover effectively with the Owner. Follow-up for the timely issuance of a Substantial Completion form by the Architect at the Stage of Substantial Completion of each project.•Manage, expedite and facilitate the timely completion of the work list and punch list.•Spearhead and provide timely and effective communication at all times and at all levels.•Develop, cultivate and consistently maintain a high level of client satisfaction with Owners and Architects (and Owner’s Project Managers, etc.) and establish client relationships so as to provide Columbia Construction Company with future business opportunities. Attain the highest level of client satisfaction (goal being a “10”) for all projects.•In consultation and conjunction with the Project Superintendent, manage subcontractors so as to maintain project schedules; maintain good working relationships and control over construction activities.•Prepare and review the Scope of Work sheets (Attachment A) with the subcontractors prior to issuing Letters of Intent and formal Contracts or Purchase Orders. A scope of work MUST accompany all Letters of Intent.•Procure Building Permits and any other permits required for each project (DEP Permit form, Certificate of Occupancy, etc.). •Procure any special insurance and/or bond requirements. Verify/obtain the Owner’s Builders Risk Policy prior to commencing the work.•Coordinate construction activities and trades so that field operations are run at the highest level of efficiency.•Requisition each job on a timely basis and in accordance with the Owner’s Contract by the first of each month and obtain executed copies of each Requisition. Procure payment for each job in accordance with the Owner’s Contract.•Prepare and forward requisition updates to the Accounting Department for all modifications to Columbia’s contract value.•Prepare and distribute all Subcontractor / Supplier final accounting summaries and final releases. Prepare a final budget update prior to closing out the project.
Life Science/Pharmaceutical Project Manager–Job Posting •Utilize all of the current technology the company provides to ensure that work is being performed in an efficient, professional and timely manner.•Track and pursue the collection of all monies due on the project. Know/learn the system of how the owner processes the payments and who to call to get a status on payments. If a payment is missed or late, the P.E. should be made aware.
Standard Qualifications and Requirements•Bachelors degree in Construction Management, or related field.•8 -10years of experience in the A/E/C industry.•Life Science/Pharmaceutical project experience strongly preferred•Must possess excellent verbal, written, and visual communications skills.•Strong computer skills and proficiency in MS Project, Word, PowerPoint and Excel.