The Senior Project Manager - Mission Critical is the primary leader in the field, and is directly accountable for the safety, financial performance, and team development on site. The Senior Project Manager will lead the project team in the construction of the entire Project. This position is responsible for providing effective leadership to the project staff and ensuring quality and timely completion of the project.
- Participate with Business Unit leadership and Preconstruction in development of a Project Chart of Accounts
- Develop detailed Project Contract status report
- Coordinate with Project Superintendent in development of a project site logistics plan
- Maintain thorough understanding of the McCarthy/Owner contract
- Oversee the pay request process
- Monitor project costs and Job Cost Report
- Analyze and forecast quarterly Total Cost Projection reports
- Implement and monitor training of all staff personnel
- Monitor project labor
- Review and approve material, forming system and equipment needs
- Assist Estimating in bidding projects
- Implement applicable safety, EEO and Affirmative Action programs
- Lead the project’s quality process
- Develop, schedule and lead project close-out processes
- Develop and maintain effective relationships with vendors, subcontractors and owners to represent McCarthy core values
- Implement all applicable Safety Programs and EEO/Affirmative Action Programs.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management or Engineering required
- 10+ Years of Experience in highly complex and related construction projects
- Direct experience on mission critical projects.
- Self-perform experience is strongly desired.
- In-depth knowledge of mission critical technology or processes required.
- Must be geographically mobile and able to relocate and/or travel.
- Advanced knowledge of construction principles/practices required
- Experienced dealing with subcontracts, subcontractors and/or self-perform work
- Experience leading successful project team, including development of employee and maintaining relationships with external entities.