Project Manager

The Project Manager is responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating a wide variety of construction projects, including the building and remodeling of all types of residential and light commercial structures. The Project Manager will provide management oversight for all phases of the construction project, including costs/finances, schedule, coordinating workers, material, and equipment, insuring that specifications are being followed.

  • Labor: Know the status of estimated versus actual labor.
  • Schedule: Know, based upon the schedule, whether the job is ahead of schedule or behind schedule and by how much.
  • Financial:  Know the financial position of a job.
  • Management:  Responsible for and held accountable for the management of:
    • The Customer relationship
    • The Superintendent
    • The Process
    • Vendors
    • Sub-contractors
    • Risk
  • Time:  Ensuring the effective and efficient use of their time.
  • Fully reviews and comprehends drawings and specifications.
  • Follows proper company procedures for hand-offs, job progress and close-out meetings
  • Reviews submittals for conformance to contract documents before approving.
  • Designates responsibilities with all involved personnel.
  • Accurately project and manage labor/equipment needs.
  • Work effectively with Project Team and maintain strong relationship with owners.
  • Regularly conducts jobsite meetings to ensure details are addressed and progress is on schedule typically weekly but no less than bi-weekly with Superintendents, Trade Partners, owners, and others as needed.  
  • Ensures compliance with DeLeers Construction company policies and safety procedures.
  • Reviews and approve for contract all subcontractor and vendor quotes to confirm compliance with project requirements.
  • Works with other PMs, Estimating team and Superintendents to identify underperforming subcontractors timely with project notifications.
  • Administers and oversee the procurement of all materials.
  • Handles miscellaneous owner requests with professionalism, a sense of urgency, and adapts to client personalities.
  • Understands and delivers client expectations.
  • Reviews project bulletins and identifies scope of work changes.
  • Processes and approve monthly progress, vendor, and trade partner billings accurately and on time.
  • Manages project costs and works to minimize overruns and maximize profit.
  • Leads team projects when questions and/or conflicts arise with the architect, owner, or subcontractors
  • Understands systems, software, information, and equipment needed.
  • Oversee onsite job safety, review safety inspections with superintendent, works on resolving safety concerns, and issues written documentation of safety violations to subcontractors. 
  • Make safety a subject for each job progress meeting and records in minutes.
  • Manages changes to work scope on a monthly basis.
  • Recognizes and promptly advises upper management of problems.
  • Provide regular feedback to estimating department in regard to production rates, subcontractor performance, new products on the market, etc.
  • Keeps current in industry trends, standards, products, and technology
  • Ensures that all company policies and procedures are followed
  • Performs any special assignments, additional projects, or other job-related duties necessary to carry out the responsibilities of this position as required.
  • Degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, business or related field.
  • 5 years experience assisting or supervising construction projects
  • Must be familiar with local building codes, industry standards and inspection requirements to always ensure appropriate compliance with rules/regulations.
  • Experience with PC usage and associated software. (Bluebeam, MS Project, Excel)
  • The ability to effectively learn new computer programs/software.
  • Budget estimating and project scheduling skills required.
  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of situations
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills required,
  • Analyze problems (not just symptoms); propose reasonable and cost-effective solutions, make logical decisions, carry-out decisions made, and follow up with feedback where appropriate. 
  • Must possess the ability to work collaboratively with all parties involved in construction projects.

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