Job Location: Irvine, CA
Salary: DOE - Annual Bonuses, Gas Card, paid time off, 401k
The Project Manager is responsible for the successful execution of assigned projects. They are responsible for leading multiple construction management related tasks, as well as driving the development and growth of their project team members.
-Review projects in depth to identify any conflicts or problems that may arise during the schedule.
-Oversee job site administration of documentation, drawings, and specs.
-Develop and monitor the progress schedule, budgets and invoicing.
-Coordinate and assist the Estimating Department to ensure the bid and buy-out process is completed efficiently.
-Participate in project hand-off meetings, kick-off meetings, and post mortem project meetings.
-Direct and supervise Assistant Project Manager's duties and responsibilities for the specific project.
-Facilitate weekly meetings with Client and Architect to review progress and look ahead.
-Coordinate with project Superintendent to ensure that the job site is being run properly, safely and efficiently.
-Coordinate with Assistant Project Manager to pursue pricing options and process change orders.
-Oversees communication and documentation of project with Client and supervisor.
-Work proactively to review and correct submittals to maintain the project schedule.
-Verifies procurement of sub-contractors and suppliers complies with the contract documents.
-Develop and maintain relationships with Clients, design professionals, sub-contractors and industry (landlords, local business owners, etc.) to continually address issues and concerns.
-Generate project reports as requested by the supervisor.
-Establish performance goals for direct reports.
Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.
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