General Purpose of the Position:
The Project Manager manages the construction process on the project. This includes coordinating schedules, budgets, and resources and communicating directly with contractors, designers and owners concerning project cost, staffing, and scheduling. This position reports to the Senior Project Manager, Project Executive, Operations Manager or other assigned supervisor.
This position carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Supervisory responsibilities include, but are not limited to: interviewing, hiring, training and mentoring employees; planning, assigning, delegating and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; and resolving employee issues.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Monitors jobsite safety and takes appropriate action to address and correct deficiencies.
- Negotiates contract with Client/Owner, maintains positive relationships and resolves disputes.
- Maintains communication with Operations Manager.
- Demonstrates complete understanding and awareness of the contract and the ability to estimate, recognize changes and take appropriate action.
- Assists in preparing the progress payment and obtaining approval.
- Develops cash flow projection with Project Controller and submits to Home Office and Owner (if required).
- Approves Time and Material rates.
- Corresponds with Client/Owner/Architect and Subcontractors.
- Monitors Client/Owner requiredreports (prepared by Contracts Manager, Scheduler, Document Control).
- Monitors back charges and log.
- Chairs de-scoping meetings.
- Updates procurement log.
- Approves final bid packages to sub-contractor list.
- Reviews pay application with owners.
- Prepares and distributes delay notices to owner and architect per contract conditions.
- Negotiates sub-contractor changes.
- Provides proactive claims protection.
- Tracks and monitors all cost reports.
- Provides up-to-date input on all project quantities and units.
- Updates all labor and unit projections.
- Monitors third party work authorization.
- Approves payments to suppliers and Subcontractors.
- Reviews PCO quotes, negotiates changes and claims protection.
- Monitors EEO and Affirmative Action programs.
- Settles union jurisdictional disputes in coordination with Superintendent.
- Maintains Union relations.
- Makes work assignments.
- Monitors schedule and participates in schedule meetings.
- Submits Insurance claims to Safety Engineer.
- Attends weekly coordination meetings.
- Monitors CCIP activities and safety program.
- Chairs Architect/Owner/Contractor meetings and generates and distributes accurate minutes.
- Develops procurement log and tracks progress to ensure compliance with project schedule.
- Demonstrates knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field.
- Demonstrates advanced knowledge of discipline, construction technology, design, applicable codes, standards, etc., required.
- Analyzes and resolves construction process problems and issues and effectively communicates and interfaces with all levels of personnel.
- Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.
- Utilizes excellent written and oral communications and team skills.
- Performs work tasks by receiving direction and then working independently with an interest in quickly learning and applying new skills and abilities.
- Demonstrates consistent ability to be dependable, consistent, diligent, and thorough.
- Exercises creativity and resourcefulness in completing tasks accurately in a compressed timeframe.
- Performs all other duties as assigned by supervisor.
- Ensure compliance with OSHA regulations to include health, safety, and welfare as appropriate.
Required Job Skills:
- Ability to prioritize requests and manage projects to meet target delivery dates.
- Performs work tasks by receiving direction and then working independently with an interest.
- Able to analyze customer requirements, creating specifications, input to proposals.
Computer Equipment and Software:
- Intermediate knowledge of Windows Operating Systems – particularly; Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.
- Intermediate knowledge of Prolog software.
- Knowledge of CAD 2000 or CAD 3-D is desired.
- Scheduling knowledge of SureTrak and Primavera is preferred.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in Engineering Construction Management or a related field is desired, a combination of education and work experience will also be considered in lieu of degree.
Eight or more years of experience in the field or in a related area preferred. Work experience in all disciplines of construction (civil, structural, architectural, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing) preferred.
Job Code 895