Commercial Construction Project Manager
- Posted: over a month ago
- $80,000 to $100,000 Yearly
- Benefits: 401k, dental, medical, vision,
As a Project Manager, you will be responsible for organizing and effectively executing the administrative activities that facilitate the efficient and successful completion of construction projects.
You will be responsible for the activities on specific projects in preparation of construction management scopes, and determining levels of effort for its execution. The position manages all aspects associated with the construction administration of construction projects; project budgets, schedules, supply chain management, customer service, Project Superintendent, etc. As Project Manager, you will be responsible for producing quality deliverables on-time and within budget.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
Regularly conduct pre-construction conferences and construction progress meetings, prepare & distribute meeting minutes, identify and resolve issues, and react to feedback from architects, engineers, subcontractors, vendors, and other project team members;
Procurement process management to include; Subcontract Agreement preparation and Buy-out; Purchase Orders; Subcontractor Pay Applications and Change Orders; Subcontractor Change Order Directives; Lien Waivers, Warranties, among others;
Management of Correspondence to include; RFI’s; Submittals; Transmittals; Comply Notices; Journal Logs; and Daily Log Reviews;
Management of the construction budget, job costs monitoring and control;
Develop and maintain project schedule and communicate changes to supply chain and project management team;
Support and assist Project Superintendents to insure effective completion of project objectives;
Maintain safety on projects, and adherence to OSHA safety standards;
Interpret and explain construction plans and identify appropriate construction methods;
Identify pertinent Local, County, State, and/or Federal government regulations and general code requirements, ADA requirements, permitting processes and requirements, and accepted building practices, materials and techniques.
Responsible for keeping all parties of the contract informed of clarifications and interpretations as required for proper execution of the contract.
Other duties as may be assigned by Management.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE DESIRED
The requirements listed below are representative of the qualifications necessary to fulfill the obligations of this position successfully.
Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management or related degree preferred
5 or more years’ experience successfully managing large construction projects
Certifications in safety, OSHA training, and general continuing education
The Highland Group, LLCWhy Work Here?
The Highland Group offers: Growth Potential, Fast-Paced Work Environment, and an Outstanding Company Culture
The Highland Group is a construction firm offering a broad range of services to our clients throughout the Southeastern US. We use time tested practices, but also seek new ways to do it better. If you are looking for a company that makes decisions in your best interest; we would welcome the opportunity to earn your business.
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