Polivka International Railroad and Design Build Contractor is seeking an experienced Project Manager. The Project Manager is responsible for successful delivery of their projects from the contract negotiation through to final project completion and acceptance. The Project Manager is responsible for all facets of the project in compliance with company policies and procedures including managing the project finances, contract/change order negotiation, subcontractor management, planning and coordination of the work, and oversight of the project safety program. Lastly, the Project Manager acts as the face of the company with our clients; maintaining positive client relationships is essential in securing future work.
A Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or Construction Management. 8-10 years estimating & managing highway, site work, and civil projects. Extensive excavating, grading, and paving experience requried. The Project Manager will oversee budgets, costs, schedules, etc. Must have DOT and Public Works projects. Knowledge of HCSS Heavy Bid and Heavy Job preferred. documentation for up to multiple projects at any given time. Understand the plans & specs
Managing multiple crews performing on railroad projects. Participate in the bidding process, including coordinating with the estimating team. Project scheduling, profitability, safety and quality. Coordination of all resources (i.e. equipment, labor, supplies, subcontracts, etc.) Progress reports and final reporting on project performance vs. Bid. Participate in weekly conference calls. Acts as a respected resource with owners, developers, engineers, peers, subcontractors, suppliers and government officials. A variety of important tasks and duties as needed and assigned. Responsible for budgets, scheduling and resources including relationships with subcontractors and vendors. Review and execute all sub-contractor and vendor agreements as well as resolve all conflicts such as failure of subcontractors to perform, failure of materials to arrive, contract disputes, and trade conflicts.
MUST BE WILLING TO RELOCATE TO NC