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Project Manager

GE Johnson
Vail, CO
  • Posted: over a month ago
  • $85,000 to $130,000 Yearly
  • Full-Time
  • Benefits: 401k, dental, life insurance, medical, vision,
Job Description: Job Description Summary/Objective: A Project Manager oversees the project team and is responsible for the management, planning, accounting, completion, and overall success of an assigned project. A Project Manager will assume the essential functions of an Assistant Project Manager as appropriate. This position will report to a Senior Project Manager, Project Executive (PX) or Construction Executive (CE) and will have duties and responsibilities across multiple groups within GE Johnson. Essential Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. A Project Manager (PM) will be responsible for serving as a project leader, developing employees, and building strong project and team relationships. · Serve as a leader of safety on the jobsite by holding staff, craft and subcontractors accountable, modeling desired behavior, managing safety activities and routines, conducting safety audits, managing the hazard recognition process, and clearly communicating safety expectations to the project team. Represent GE Johnson’s safety culture and promote a “zero injury” workplace. Partner with the Superintendents to develop a housekeeping plan for the project. Review and communicate plan weekly with subcontractors. Partner with Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) to assess and report on housekeeping in weekly audits.Lead, manage and develop direct reports. Identify areas for development and additional experience to fill professional gaps. Provide constructive coaching and feedback related to performance issues and deliver quarterly reviews. Delegate tasks appropriately for purposeful development and ensure compliance and adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Lead organizational change and communicate corporate initiatives, sharing any feedback with senior leadership as appropriate. Support and serve as an advocate for all project staff members. Assist with requests for proposals and interviews and the pursuit of future work. Accept assignments from the CE and/or Business Development to respond to future work interviews and Requests for Proposals (RFPs) as requested. Evaluate the scope and partner with the team to identify creative strategies for cost and schedule competitiveness. Clearly communicate and manage current project responsibilities and pursuit obligations. · Partner with the Preconstruction Manager to manage the design-phase of a project; manage the design-phase teams to be successful by ensuring each project in the design phase meets design schedule; ensure constructability reviews and overall construction document quality; assist the Preconstruction manager to coordinate the project team in meeting budget targets (Target Value Design, TVD); and ensure the project team provides overall client value. · Manage the buyout process and develop the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) or other delivery methods. Develop subcontracts and bid packages for buyout. Identify self-perform opportunities during buy-out to maximize profit margins. Manage the development of instructions to bidders (scope of work) and present cost/bids to the owner. Manage the Project Startup/Kick-Off Plan. Clearly communicate project needs from all internal staff and departments including Virtual Design and Construction (VDC)/ Building Information Modeling (BIM), Logistics, EHS, Sustainability, Risk, Accounting, and Human Resources. Establish relationship goals with owners/architects, subcontractors, and the design team. · Partner with Risk Management, CEs, and Vice Presidents to manage the project insurance requirements including General Liability, Performance and Payment bonds, Builder’s Risk, and if applicable the Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP)/ Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (CCIP). Assist in the review of all subcontractors and provide recommendations for enrollment to the SDI (Subcontractor Default Insurance) program. Follow contract requirements for insurance, close out coverage, and complete an end-of-project status update.Understand the owner contract and develop necessary exhibits required by the contract.Working with the Superintendent, develop and manage the Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule and ensure overall schedule compliance. Manage schedule development and participate in updates throughout the duration of the project. Manage the distribution of schedules with owners and trade partners. Collaborate with the project team to ensure buy-in and compliance. · Working with owner, architect, engineer, and trade partners, create project goals and outcomes. Manage activities throughout the project to ensure goals are achieved. Lead the team in creating a project culture that builds strong relationships and teamwork.Manage the pay application process. Develop revenue and billing forecasting and track monthly to ensure that all cost for pay period aligns with project schedule and revenue projections. Ensure timely receipt of subcontractor/vendor applications. Manage accounts receivable and payment terms per the Owner contract.Own cost control practices. Review and adhere to the Project Margin Plan (PMP) and identify opportunities for profitability and increased margin. Complete monthly Project Status Reports (PSRs). Review and manage change directives and issue the subcontractor change orders. Set up and maintain the overall project budget and perform job cost adjustments for budget changes. Manage the material invoice process to ensure timely payment. Serve as an overall subject matter expert in presenting and communicating changes to the owner/architect.Own the completion of owner pay applications, collect, and verify accuracy/completeness of subcontractor pay applications, and partner with the Project Accountant/Project Engineer to complete timely pay applications. Manage account receivables per the contract terms and ensure a positive cash flow. § In compliance with the contract, manage the contingency process, evaluating proper use of the budget and tracking/communicating risks with leadership. Manage subcontractor/vendor cost management. Ensure all subcontractors are billing monthly and that all costs including internal change orders, external change orders, back-charges, and invoices are reconciled at each billing.Manage updates, documentation, and communication of all project related information, to include Architects Supplemental Instructions (ASIs), Requests for Clarification (RFCs), Owner Change Requests, etc. Continuously build and manage long-term owner, architect/engineer, and subcontractor relationships. Resolve conflicts and remove roadblocks; escalate to the Senior PM/CE as needed. Encourage a workplace to support two-way dialogue. Communicate issues and information timely. Ensure appropriate project meetings are being conducted and proper documentation of meetings is being captured and distributed.Lead risk management practices and identify job-site specific high-risk activities for mitigation. Escalate to leadership in support of resolution, as appropriate.Manage staffing projections for workload management, ensuring the assigned staffing plan and the budget projection are aligned. Remain engaged with the project team to ensure day-to-day and week-to-week responsibilities can be accomplished while keeping work/life balance in mind.Partnering with the Superintendent, manage and lead quality standards and develop the project quality control plan per the SOPs. Ensure utilization and compliance with the quality program. Support corporate initiatives by implementing practices on the job site to reduce waste, reduce cost, and improve productivity. Working with the Risk Management team and PX/CE, evaluate, assess, and manage timely claims resolution.Oversee project progress/status with leadership and the project team. Facilitate required project status/margin confirmation meetings per the SOP. Assume direct profit and loss responsibilities for assigned projects and for developing monthly margin projections. Communicate project status updates with the project team; recommend appropriate budget uploads and cost code creation for PX/CE approval; and share financial strategies with the project team based on the job’s financial status.Lead the closeout process during the design and construction phases. Communicate and seek to align client expectations to this process.Assess the engagement and attitudes of the project team, implement strategies to create a successful culture, and continue to monitor and sustain a positive work environment.Actively seek career and professional growth. Attend company and/or industry training offerings. Set performance and learning goals during performance reviews. Actively seek additional development, as appropriate. Demonstrate a willingness to receive and apply coaching and feedback. § Represent the GE Johnson brand, ethics, and values on the jobsite. Model desired professionalism, conduct, and behaviors. Serve as an example of safety on the job. Foster collaboration and teamwork. Take initiative and responsibility for work quality. § Adhere to/comply with the company's EEO policies and affirmative action obligations. Leadership Competencies · Ethics and Integrity · Judgment · Relationship Building · Influencing Others · Facilitating Change · Drive for Results / Directing Others · Collaborative Leadership · Coaching · Continuous Learning and Self-Development · Managerial Courage · Developing Direct Reports and Others · Managing Performance · Ensuring Accountability Role Competencies · Communication – Written and Verbal · Planning / Organizing · Deliver with Excellence / Quality Management · Problem Solving and Balanced Decision Making · Cost / Production Management · Contractual Relatio

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