Sr. Project Manager 8/27/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY The Project Manager is responsible for coordinating and integrating the activities of both external parties - architects, construction managers and subcontractors, and the company's internal functions - estimating, operations to optimize the construction project. The Project Manager works in partnership with the field superintendent to meet the company's objectives regarding project cost performance, project quality performance, project schedule performance and client satisfaction.
Duties and Responsibilities
1. Project Schedules
: Working with superintendent, estimator and subcontractors, prepare the initial project schedule for the project.
: Review the proposed schedule with the assigned Vice President, Project Management and secure his approval.
: Define the buy-out schedule with the estimator and the VP Estimating.
: Update the project schedule on a biweekly basis (minimum cycle) and communicate the results to the appropriate people.
: Oversee the setting up of the subcontractor project schedules.
: Maintain continual cognizance over the key project milestones.
: Oversee the coordination of the materials delivery schedules.
: Update/monitor schedule (review with team).
2. Project Documentation
: Review all of the project documentation, specifications, drawings and contracts at the start of a new project. Become thoroughly familiar with all of the project documentation.
: Where appropriate, prepare the client required documentation.
: Oversee the preparation of the project documentation.
3. Project Cost Performance
: Review the daily and weekly labor cost reports. Working with the Superintendent, define the actions needed to optimize the cost performance of the project.
: Review the overall cost performance of the project on a monthly basis.
: Working with the superintendent, identify potential subcontractor scope of work conflicts. Document and elevate the potential conflicts to the appropriate VP Project Management.
: Conduct specialized time studies to define the labor production standards.
: Monitor project budget focusing on variances (review with team).
4. Project Quality
: Working with the Superintendent, define the proper sequencing of work.
: Require pre-construction meetings by specification area as needed to ensure all parties are familiar with the contract specifications.
: Periodic job site inspections to verify level of quality is maintained and instruct immediate repairs to unsatisfactory work.
5. Project Coordination and Management
: Check and process all email, fax and written correspondence.
: Require and attend the initial project coordination meeting with the superintendent, subcontractors and client representatives.
: Attend when possible the biweekly project coordination meetings.
: Convene as appropriate, the coordination meetings with the subcontractors.
: Review the status of the projects at the biweekly project management meetings.
: Working with the Superintendent, coordinate the resolution of filed problems.
: Review all open issues. Coordinate their management until resolved. Elevate where appropriate.
: Attend project meetings with owner/construction manager as needed.
: Resolve disputes with subcontractors/suppliers.
: Conduct project update meetings.