Job description


Workdays & Hours:
The Project Manager will work full-time; hours will vary on demands of project
Workplace Setting:
On-site office/ Main Office.

Duties & responsibilities:

The Project Manager will be responsible for, but not limited to the following:
 Perform detailed take off of all aspects of the project.
 Manage professional staff (typically engineering staff) responsible for design and project construction
 Direct and coordinate activities of project personnel to ensure project progresses on schedule and within prescribed budget
 Assist subordinate supervisors in maintaining production on budget and schedule
 Review project estimate or plan to determine schedule, estimated job cost, procedures for accomplishing project, staffing requirements, and allotment of available resources to various phases of project
 Understand project documents ie: completeness or inadequacies. Understand timing needed to acquire shop drawings and or clarification to allow sufficient lead-time for planning and scheduling production with a minimum of mistakes or delays
 Anticipate project needs with sufficient lead-time to avoid delay of production
 Coordinate with project staff to outline workplan and to assign duties, responsibilities, and scope of authority
 Review status and modify schedules or plans as required and prepares project reports for management, owners, and subcontractors
 Confer with project personnel to provide technical advice and to resolve problems
 Work closely with Company employees, project supervisors, owners, external teams and support people to get commitments regarding PM’s managerial and supervisory requests
 Review field operation and ensure that the project provides a safe workplace
 Coordinate the preparation and updating of the formal project construction schedule as required by the contract documents
 Responsible for claims management and documentation
 Coordinate material purchases, assure that subcontractor agreements are prepared and change orders are accurate and issued to owners, subcontractors and suppliers
 Approve subcontractor billing
 Generate pay estimates
 Set up and maintain cost code system
 Conduct performance reviews with subordinates
 Manage subcontractor, owner and public relations
 Maintain relationships with contracting agencies, executive management
 Coordinate project activities with activities of client regulatory, government regulatory or other
governmental agencies
 Perform additional assignments per management’s direction
 Ability to negotiate any & all matters as they relate to cost, schedule & contract matters with
Owner/Sub suppliers
 Knowledge and understanding of local union or prevailing wage rules
Language(s) Required: English

Qualifications:

 Minimum 10 years of experience in Public contracting
 Capable of performing detailed take off of all aspects of the projects.
 Must work effectively in a demanding environment
 Detailed schedule take off pre-bid.
 Scheduling experience in P3/P6
 Must be self-motivated