The Project Manager plays a fundamental role in the execution of construction projects undertaken by the Company. The position’s primary responsibility is to optimize the execution of work on projects established by the company.
·Directly manages projects, and employees assigned to those projects, as assigned by the Vice President of Construction Services.
·Meets financial objectives by forecasting project requirements, preparing annual budget, scheduling expenditures, and analyzing variances.
·Accurately estimates labor costs, material costs, and time allocations for projects.
·Prepares, implements, manages, and completes action plans in order to improve productivity, improve quality, foster an attitude of customer-service.
·Markets the Company’s construction services to new and existing clientele through preparation of proposals and other marketing materials.
·Creates and manages project completion lists for all projects under his/her supervision.
·Manages outstanding contracts, change orders, RFI’s, submittal packages, and other related contract documentation.
·Determines project needs, orders, and supervises material orders in order to ensure the timely receipt of materials.
·Responsible for material acquisition: researches, selects, and inspects all required materials for multiple projects.
·Reviews estimating material take offs and issue purchase orders.
·Reviews and provides material pricing for special orders.
·Responsible for management of inventory.
·Supervises daily scheduling of employees, vendors, and subcontractors.
·Assists in the project billing process, including the completion and submission of appropriate billing forms.
·Coordinates, schedules, and presents at internal meetings, as needed in support of ongoing projects.
·Represents Company to customers and coordinates with customer for scheduling of work.
·Evaluates and determines jobsite readiness.
·Oversees site coordination for the delivery of materials and equipment to project sites.
·Proficient in reading blue prints and bid estimating take offs.
·Performs related duties consistent with the scope and intent of the position.
·Travel as required.
Mental and Physical Demands:
·The principle duties of this position are performed in a field environment, at development and work sites on uneven and rough terrain.
·Required to work in outside weather conditions, including heat, cold, and temperature swings, for extended periods of time.
·The employee also performs duties in an office environment.
·Experiences frequent interruptions; required to meet inflexible deadlines; requires concentration and attention to detail.
·Required to drive from jobsite to jobsite in order to supervise project sites.
·Sitting up to 8 hours per day; Standing up to 8 hours per day; Walking up to 8 hours per day on uneven, difficult terrain at jobsites.
·Limited heavy manual labor to include lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds, bending, stooping, climbing, squatting, and kneeling.
The Project Manager supervises multiple employees at jobsites.