Senior Project Manager - Construction / Steel
- Posted: over a month ago
- $75,000 to $100,000 Yearly
- Benefits: 401k, medical,
Job Description: Senior Project Manager/Team Leader - STEEL CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Summary of Responsibilities
The Senior Project Manager is responsible for leading and managing a team of project managers, assistant project managers, shop and field personnel to deliver exceptional results for our clients. The Senior PM is an executive level position, and is expected to identify, propose, close, and manage construction projects which generate profits for QSR. As an executive, the Senior Project Manager should lead by example and personify The QSR Way.
Our business strategy is to be the most proactive steel contractor in the New England area. Therefore, we hold every employee to the standard of being “Relentlessly Proactive,”
Develops solutions to make sure that issues never become problems. • Studies bid specs carefully, looking for potential issues before we ever start the job. • Asks lots of questions and sees things that other firms miss. • Studies drawings in detail and ask lots of “what-if” questions. • Is exceptionally well prepared for interviews/job meetings. • Develops contingency plans in advance to mitigate potential risks – just in case an item on the critical path is delayed. • Understands the subcontractor scope and contracts, and identifies opportunities and risks. • Holds our contractors to the same standard of being Relentlessly Proactive. • Makes sure that our client never has to wonder what is happening with their job. We would rather over-communicate than under-communicate. • Does whatever it takes to deliver on our promise. We do what we say we will do, when we say we will do it. • Leads their teams in a Relentlessly Proactive way to maximize the contributions of each member.
Managing Projects - The QSR Way Build Long Term Relationships • Business Development o Attend interviews as required to close new business. o Attend industry, social and non-profit events to build relationships and identify new opportunities. • Client Relationships o Proactively build and sustain relationships with targeted clients. o Initiate new projects with architects, engineers and owners. o Successfully identify and develop a specific niche. o Proactively communicate with the client team at all times. • Subcontractor Relationships o Proactively develop relationships with the subcontractor community. o Recruit new qualified subcontractors to work for QSR. o Track and procure new work through the subcontractor community. o Return phone calls as if the subcontractor was a client. o Ensure that subcontractor/vendor invoices are reviewed and approved within 5 business days.
QSR Steel is an exceptional one-stop, full service structural steel company based in Hartford, CT offering everything from steel buildings to stairs and railings.
QSR has become a major player in the renovation construction segment due to its unique ability to fabricate and erect its own steel with its own in house forces.
Unlike the many companies that claim they fabricate and erect their own steel, QSR is one of the few companies who can still boast of their own in house erection crews.
Bucking the recent trends of downsizing, QSR offers a unique advantage of being able to not only fabricate your steel in house but to erect it with their own forces – eliminating downtime, third party subcontractor coordination, and quality control issues.
Renovations always demand increased field hours from your routine ground up structure along with increased safety and rigging knowledge to put beams and columns in existing buildings that often don’t lend themselves to cranes or other common forms of equipment that most other contractors are accustomed to.
QSR Steel Corporation
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