• Posted 2 weeks ago
  • miami, fl
  • Project Manager

We specialize in vertical building for General Contractors, Construction Management, Developer Builders and Specialty contractors.

All levels – entry to CEO including experienced Administrative and Accounting

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Construction Senior Project Manager- Division 9

The Companies Senior Project Managers are the primary administrative leaders who work in concert with Owners, Architects and Subcontractors to ensure that all work complies with project requirements to include quality, schedule and budget. Among other things, they work in conjunction with their staff to oversee day-to-day contract administration to include subcontract negotiations, review and processing of change requests, processing of monthly monetary draws, final review of shop drawings and weekly jobsite visits. PM’s enforce implementation of contractor and subcontractor safety programs. They develop, monitor and update project schedules as well as review project costs in order to ensure overall compliance with approved budgets.

Construction Senior Project Manager-Division 9 Essential Responsibilities

– Manages preconstruction services by the following activities; reviews General Contractors expectations/criteria, manages entire preconstruction process through to GMP or Lump Sum contract, negotiates owner contract, coordinates with design team and owner, establishes programs to comply with MBE requirements, reviews design documents, identifies key subcontractors, promotes/participates in partnering sessions, investigates site, analyzes labor market, identifies long-lead items, develops bid packages, develops schedules, develops site utilization plan, conducts pre-bid conferences, identifies project staffing requirements, provides value engineering ideas, coordinates project budget/GMP development, develops project procedures manual, coordinates and obtains permitting.

– Manages project financial responsibilities by the following activities; manages the development of a GMP or Lump Sum contract, maintains continuous knowledge of jobsite expenditures/back charges, analyzes financial ability of subcontractors to perform, prepares revenue projections, manages cash flow, develops and maintains financial reports, develops and maintains labor cost reports, set up project schedule of values, approves job expenditures, prepares and processes monthly owners requisitions, manages change order process, assists in loss-control management, administers owner purchase program, manage project assets, enforces company bonding and insurance policies.

– Manages project start up by the following activities: studies owner contract, negotiates subcontract language revisions for VP approval, establishes responsibility matrix, develops scopes of work, reviews budgets and scopes with estimating, develops purchasing schedule, obtains insurance and bonds, establishes schedule of project meetings, develops QC program, develops loss control program, and mobilizes on to site.

– Maintains schedule by conducting the following activities; complies with contract requirements, coordinates with corporate scheduling, prepares and distributes detailed project schedules, prepares resource loaded schedules, prepare and distributes monthly updates, develops look ahead schedules.

– Manages project staff by conducting the following activities; recruits jobsite staff, enforces company policy, provides professional development of staff, mentors, provides leadership to team, conducts evaluations, participates in salary reviews, provides direction to staff, conducts staff meetings, resolves conflict, and promotes employee morale.

– Manages project administration by the following activities; administers design coordination of multiple projects/designers, administers document control, administers RFI process, prepares monthly reports, implements and reports MBE program, develops and implements crisis management plan, maintains partnering initiative, maintains project management computer system (CMiC), obtains home office approvals for waivers of policy, conducts project meetings, evaluates and responds to project risks, and provides dispute resolution.

– Manages field operations by the following activities; conducts trade preconstruction meetings, coordinates subs and vendors, coordinates permit inspections, maintains sub relationships, manages safety and QC program, manages shop drawing and material expediting processes, manages daily clean up and rental equipment, performs daily jobsite walks, coordinates specialty inspections, and manages start-up and commissioning of equipment.

– Promotes client relations by the following activities; interacts regularly with owner, participates in client-promoted activities and complies with client needs.

– Manages project closeout and post construction services by the following activities; obtains certificate of occupancy and other government approvals, submits “As-Built” drawings, submits operations manuals, completes punch list, coordinates owner move-in and start–up, finalizes owner training programs, obtains and delivers warranties and transfer Attic Stock, demobilizes field operations, collects final payments and deposits, closes out subcontracts, submits project history reports, terminates insurance and bond coverage, completes asset transfer, obtains client referral, conducts post project debriefing, archives project records, and administers warranty period services.

– Promotes the company and Associates by the following activities; participates in company-sponsored events, task team committees, industry-related organizations, teach/train employees, college and general recruiting activities, company presentations, project PR events, and seeks out public relations activities.

– Participates in personal professional development by the following activities; participates in training programs, continuing education, seminars and conferences, professional organizations, and maintains licensing.

Construction Senior Project Manager-Division 9 Qualifications

– Bachelor’s degree in construction management, engineering or related discipline

– Minimum 2 to 5 years’ experience as a Project Manager with a Construction contractor or Subcontractor

– Strong computer skills are a necessity, including familiarity with construction project management applications (Procore)

– Strong communication and interpersonal skills and are required to interface directly with owners’ representatives, the A/E team, building departments and other team members

– Strong leadership skills are required including, but not limited to coaching, mentoring and the ability to build and maintain motivated teams

– Highly developed project management finance skills are required

– Prior Stucco experience A+


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