To perform this job successfully, an individual must be entrepreneurial and be able to perform each essential
function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability
required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions:

  • Strong negotiating and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent organizational and project management skills
  • Strong Autodesk Revit skills
  • Strong computer skills, including MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook as well as SureTrak
  • Ability to work in a fast-moving, flexible environment
  • Commitment to the goals and mission of the organization
  • Ability to oversee multiple projects and field crews
  • Attention to detail
  • Understanding of the cost components of a job, and the ability to assist in pricing change orders
  • Ability to manage paperwork from the field to the office and from the office to the field
  • Ability to communicate with clients in a professional and effective manner
  • A minimum experience of 5 years in the commercial construction field
  • Degree in Construction Management/Engineering or industry-related college degree is required
  • Experience of running a self-perform work is a plus.
  • Design-Build experience a plus
  • LEED AP and experience a plus
  • Attend Owner/Architect pre-bid, project, and closeout meetings
  • Solicit subcontractors and suppliers for proposal prior to proposal submission time
  • Review and assist with the Owner contract negotiations
  • Prepare correspondence with Owner, Architect, Engineers, Subcontractors, Suppliers, etc. Examples of
    referenced correspondence include, but are not confined to the following items: Schedule of Values,
    project schedule, memos, request for information, transmittals, and submittals
  • Submit building permit application, follow up on review progress, and receive approval
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  • Establish procedures for submission of application for payment, request for information, change orders
    and submittals, and coordination of owner furnished equipment
  • Proactively manage projects to achieve quality, schedule, budget, and safety
  • Maintain customer (Owner, Architect, Engineer, Subcontractor, Supplier & Public Officials) relations and
    conduct project meetings
  • Ensure prompt payment from Owner and subsequent payment to Subcontractor and Suppliers
  • Document quality and progress of each Subcontractor and Suppliers
  • Update Subcontractors and Suppliers of any changes to the plans, specifications, and/or schedule.
    Inform management of productivity, costs, quality control, document management, and processing of
    applications for payment
  • Notify management of any issues that arise that affect quality, budget, progress, and safety
  • Coordinate closeout requirements with the Architect, Owner, Subcontractors, Suppliers & Public Officials
  • Tasks include but are not confined to obtaining, reviewing, and submitting required certificates,
    insurance, operation and maintenance manuals, warranties and as-builts
  • Review each punch list generated by Architect, Engineer, Subcontractor, and internal Superintendent
    prior to project completion
  • Monitor staffing needs, evaluate performance, address employee relation issues as warranted for staff
  • Estimate and Manage approximately $8M of construction value per year
  • Show initiative in seeking increased responsibilities and volunteer readily for additional assignments when
  • Effectively perform employment responsibilities balancing the utilization of time versus costs
  • Progressive in increasing job knowledge and exhibiting the ability to learn and apply new skills
  • Make timely decisions using sound and accurate judgment while keeping appropriate people informed in
    the decision process
  • Identify problems, gather and analyze information skillfully and consult with entities associated with and
    affected by issues.
  • Plan a project effectively from the onset, utilizing experience to identify coordination issues during the
    pre-construction phase in order to optimize project performance
  • Lead project to completion utilizing management skills to effectively coordinate with each entity
    associated with the project
  • Organize and prioritize work activities while utilizing efficient time management skills in meeting
    deadlines or staying on schedule with projects
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  • Meet established goals while demonstrating accuracy and thoroughness to ensure the quality of work
  • The project manager performs a detailed review of subcontractor bids for buyout purposes and awards
    subcontracts when negotiations have been included
  • The project manager ensures that all terms and specifications in the contract are being met
  • The project manager approves all subcontractor work for partial and/or full payment, approving and
    coding invoices, and signing pay requests
  • The project manager establishes and maintains a cost accounting system in accordance with corporate
  • The project manager prepares and submits the monthly pay request for the owners and architects,
    ensuring that billings are processed in an accurate, timely manner
  • The project manager distributes proposed changes for pricing, prices any self –perform work, verifies
    subcontractor pricing, and evaluates the schedule impact due to the change in scope
  • The project manager ensures compliance with all federal, state, and municipal laws, ordinances, and
    billing codes related to construction.
  • Preparation of detailed estimates or “takeoffs”, for estimating the cost of labor, material, and equipment.
    Ensure that 3 competitive bids are always sought for comparison during the bidding process
  • Determine the scope of work and define the contractual requirements for the project
  • Solicit and coordinate sub-trade tenders and supplier quotations for labor, material, and equipment to
    meet project specifications and budget requirements
  • Prepare detailed project cost estimates and bids for senior management approval
  • Monitor cost and schedule fluctuations, and make appropriate revisions to cost estimates
  • Apply value engineering techniques to improve productivity and lower costs
  • Complete post-bid analysis on unsuccessful bids. Contribute current cost and productivity information
    into the company database
  • Good customer service skills including resolution of customer concerns

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