$80K — $100K *
The Project Manager II provides project-related management for small to mid-scale construction projects across various markets within an assigned Region or Division and is responsible for utilizing H&M's Project Management Methodology to manage all phases of the construction project lifecycle while being accountable for all aspects of each project's success.
This position provides direct support to other functional project teams in the planning and execution of the job including resolving issues, managing resources, coordinating projects, interfacing with client representatives, overseeing project accounting, training, mentoring, and coaching. Project Manager II is also responsible for managing third-party resources and overall project performance.
The Project Manager II serves a single-point contact and ensures compliance with the Henkels & McCoy established Project Management Methodology, upholding H&M safety and quality management protocols.
The Project Manager II plans, monitors, and reports project status and performance data to management and stakeholders. They will anticipate potential implications of current work and makes proactive decisions to ensure efficient productivity and completion of projects.
They will be accountable to manage risks, develop and implement mitigation plans, and communicate risks for both self-performed and subcontracted work across all phases of the project.
Additionally, the Project Manager II provides insight to thought leadership in the continuous improvement of methodology, tools and approaches using fundamentals of H&M Project Management practices, while mentoring others and/or being an individual contributor with responsibilities for providing project management expertise or leading internal processes across other project delivery functions.
The Project Manager II ensures that team goals, roles, protocols, and business relationships are consistent with high-performance requirements and congruent with the company's strategy. This role manages in an environment of trust and candor, promotes accountability, and assertively offers encouragement and constructive feedback.
This position is also responsible for managing additional resources assigned to an initiative/project, dependent on scope, including hiring, training, mentoring, and assignment of work.
Minimum Educational Background:
BS degree in Project Management, Construction Management, Engineering, or Business
Minimum Years of Relevant Experience:
Valid through: 1/25/2022