1115 – Senior Project Manager

2 months ago
  • Full-time: Yes
  • Experience Required: 5 Years

This position will provide overall management for large, complex projects. They will lead the project team, ensuring exceptional customer relations, and a successful project, as well as assisting the operating group with winning future work. Organization, flexibility, outstanding customer focus, financial management and strong communication are critical to establish and maintain successful customer and community relationships.

Job Responsibilities To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each of the essential duties/responsibilities listed below. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties/responsibilities of this job.

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT • Maintain customer relationships to be aware of current and future projects. • Support business development initiatives in establishing and building on client relationships.

PRE-CONSTRUCTION • Preview proposals before submission and participate in Request for Proposal process. • Aid clients in establishing initial budgets used as a guideline for owner funding processes, followed by development of the final project budget once the scope is defined. Budget development may include conducting a competitive bid process, negotiating time and materials contracts, or other methods. • Compiles and studies alternate ways of constructing building components or systems to get the most value for the owner s budget.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT • Manages the overall financial health of multiple projects at one time in various stages of preconstruction and construction. • Develop and maintain project financial projections and equipment projections. • Provide financials and billings to Accounting for timely payment. • Create monthly owner billings. • Handle billings and contract management, including contract buyouts.

PEOPLE MANAGEMENT • Lead, mentor, manage and train team members, establishing and fostering team environment. • Review work of Project Manager(s) and Project Engineer(s) assigned to projects. • Develop team members for future career consideration and training opportunities. • Review work performance; determine rewards and/or performance management measures.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT • Act as primary customer contact for all assigned projects. • Conduct key customer service visits throughout the project, from preconstruction client surveys to close-out, ensuring project commitments are met, and issues are resolved. • Directs team members (employees and consultants) at all levels of contract administration. • Provide oversight and accountability for large project(s). • Manage contract administration including, but not limited to: terms, change requests, invoices and progress payments. • Establish and implement project objective and procedures. • Maintain project budgets, costs, and pricing, ensuring delivery of a profitable project. • Provide high level management of quality, risk, safety, and compliance for the project and team members. • Use the appropriate level of forethought and planning in decision making to assure project success. • Responsible for completion of all projects in strict adherence with contractual requirements and for overall project profitability. • Consults with client to determine functional and spatial requirements of new structure or renovation, and prepares information regarding estimated costs, and construction time. • Conducts constructability reviews with owners and design teams prior to final documents to improve the quality of the final CD set. • Ensures that project schedules are developed, regularly maintained, and met for preconstruction and construction phases of the project. • Works in the owner s best interests to complete a high-quality project within their budget. • Continuous Improvement: Builds and embraces a culture of continuous improvement. Incorporates Lean principles into daily activities and tasks of a construction project. Understands and applies techniques of the Lean process to provide continuous improvement for him or herself and others in the firm. • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications • Four-year degree in construction management, engineering or related field • Minimum ten years related construction project management experience • Demonstrated leadership, communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills • LEED® GA • Diverse project experience • Detail-oriented and strong follow-up skills • Self-motivated and passionate about delivering exceptional client service • Timberline Project Management and Primavera Scheduling experience • Desire to grow with our company and advance.

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