The Facilities Project Manager leads complex projects from design to construction. This role impacts our full enterprise spanning restaurants, retail outlets, coffee bars, fast food spaces, kitchens, prep spaces, corporate offices, etc. It is a role designed for a creative thinker who likes to work across diverse types of projects in a culture whose purpose is to create a smile.
What will you get to do?
- Plan, budget, track & execute Capital Improvement projects across our Corporate Support Center, Parkhurst Dining, Eat’n Park restaurants, Hello Bistro and The Porch.
- Lead third party vendors through the bidding process to include soliciting the bids, qualifying and evaluating bids and summarizing the best alternatives for our clients or business.
- Contract, onboard and update internal systems in support of successful bidders.
- Design and lead complex projects including project management, schedule oversight, scope management, and punch list execution.
- Manage the budget including allocation of funds, invoice processing and project close-out.
- Minimum 5 + years of experience in restaurant or retail construction – including new builds and remodels.
- Bachelors degree in engineering, construction management, architecture, interior design or a similar education background. Autocad LT certification preferred.
- Working knowledge of mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
- Experience coordinating, directing and managing several trades or professionals. Has proven communication skills to motivate and manage client, third party vendors an internal team members to achieve the necessary outcomes of the projects.
- Proficient at reading construction documents and in simplifying construction requirements into project plan and tracking mechanisms.
- Experienced at managing a budget across multiple projects.
- Proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word & AutoCAD LT. Must have had exposure to some type of project tracking software with proficiency in managing a similar tool.
- Able and willing to work evenings (10 p.m. to 1 a.m.) on occasion to manage and follow up on projects.
- Able and willing to work in a construction zone including near machinery, on roofs, in tight spaces, and able to traverse a site using ladders, narrow stairways, etc.
- Knowledgeable with building/ zoning codes & ADA guidelines.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.