Education and Certification:
Minimum Educational Requirements: High School Graduate
Preferred Educational Requirements:technical school. 2 Years Project Management experience in the service/ remediation industry, with experience in the insurance or construction related industry.
Preferred Industry Certification: IICRC Water Restoration Technician and IICRC Certified Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician, IICRC Applied Structural Drying Technician, IICRC Mold Remediation Technician, and IICRC Commercial Drying Specialist
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Minimum Industry Certification: Certified Restoration Technician, and Water Loss Specialist, and Mold Remediation Technician, Council Certified Structural Drying Remediator/Supervisor (CSDR/ CSDS), certification from a recognized certifying body or association specializing in the Restoration Arts
(IICRC – Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification)
(RIA – Restoration Industry Association)
Project Manager - Key Responsibilities:
THIS IS A MITIGATION MANAGEMENT POSITION. ALL WORK WILL BE MITIGATION RELATED.
- The PM performs the initial damage assessment walkthrough with the client and adjuster.
- The PM develops and implements the scope of loss with client or adjuster.
- The PM assumes accountability for all daily operations of the specific project. The Project Manager serves as the client contact and usually deals with all the logistics and production performance factors of the assigned project. All supervisors and subcontractors will report exclusively to the project manager. They are responsible for ensuring that all the daily paperwork is properly completed and submitted to the project accountant/auditor or the company’s billing department.
- The PM develops and implements priorities of the job with the client to address the client’s concerns and priorities.
- The PM arranges for the acquisition and delivery of equipment and materials expeditiously in preparation for the provision of all services.
- The PM arranges subcontractors and casual laborers as needed.
- The PM maintains the proper ratio of supervisors to casual labor and technicians.
- The PM assigns tasks to each specific supervisor and holds them accountable for quality and quantity of daily work performed by the specific crew.
- The PM holds daily safety meetings before work commences for each shift.
- The PM directs the activities of all operations technicians, warehouse personnel and labor at the job site when assigned.
- The PM approves all subcontractor bids and invoices.
- The PM documents all costs associated with the project, or forwards them to the project accountant/auditor.
- The PM conducts daily project meetings with Superintendent and Supervisor and outlines the progression in the scope of work, or any changes to the scope.
- The PM reviews the daily time sheets of supervisors for casual labor, legibility and accuracy.
- On water loss jobs that involve drying equipment, the PM will ensure that daily readings have been taken and recorded. The PM will also record the daily progress in the drying process.
- The PM is responsible for the successful completion of the project, including cost control and reporting.
- The PM will provide a Critical Path Management Plan on each project over $100,000 within 24 hours and clearly identify the remediation strategy to be utilized.
- On all projects, the PM will supply a daily equipment usage tally on a per shift basis.
- The PM will provide a drying plan to the restoration team within 24 hours of site mobilization.
- The PM will direct the efficient closure of the project and supervise the demobilization.
401K, Cell phone, Company Vehicle, insurance, and many other benefits.
Panhandle Cleaning & Restoration