If you are a Construction Project Manager with OSHPD experience, please read on!
What You Will Be Doing
Establish and defines project scope, budget and schedule to assure common agreement with the Client as to the expectations for the project.
Bid the project to subcontractors, vet subcontractor bids to assure completeness of subcontractor scope, negotiate subcontracts to achieve optimal value. Oversee a timely buy-out of all materials/vendors for project.
Meet the financial objectives of the project by managing the project budget throughout the project lifecycle. Maintaining consistency between budgeted costs and actual costs and assuring the profitability of the project.
Manages pay application process to ensure accurate and timely submissions to client.
Identifies and manages risk on the project. Advises Business Unit Leader prior to implementing risk mitigation actions.
Ensures workplace health and safety policies and procedures (QA/QC) are clearly communicated and understood by entire project team.
Manage the project schedule throughout the project lifecycle maintaining consistency between the projected and actual schedules, and driving the necessary corrections where the progress of the project diverges from the original schedule.
Responsible for overseeing all project documentation including subcontracts, schedules, budgets, change orders, meeting minutes, submittals, RFIs, etc.
Manage project communications to maintain clear and timely responses so that all members of the project team Client, subcontractors, the design team, field staff, administrative staff, and all others involved in the project fully understand the total project expectations and what is necessary to meet said objectives.
Proactively manages the training and professional development of the Superintendent, Project Engineer and Project Coordinator.
Participates in preparation and negotiation of owner contracts and ensures delivery and adherence to contractual requirements.
Oversees orderly project closeout efforts, organization of project documentation and coordination of warranty work.
Manages Client relations and customer service by maintaining a consistent line of communication with Client. Being proactive by responding succinctly and decisively to all requests of the Client, changes or variances of scope of work on the job and any issues that you foresee coming up on a project. Represents the clients best interests at all times.
Supports and participates in business development and marketing efforts including the preparation of proposals and presentations for new work and active participation in the business community.
Manage multiple projects concurrently and in differing stages of work each with the same level of commitment to success.
What You Need for this Position
Microsoft Office Proficiency (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Scheduling Software Proficiency ( Project, P3, P6)
MasterBuilder Software preferred
Procore Software preferred
Advanced understanding of project plans and specifications
Excellent time management and organizational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills (internal and external)
Ability to work on several projects concurrently
Strong attention to detail
Ability to work independently and take initiative
Ability to effectively manage and direct employees
Knowledge of OSHPD standards and requirements strongly preferred
So, if you are a Construction Project Manager with OSHPD experience, please apply today!
Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.