Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering, Construction Management degree preferred, and/or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Minimum of ten years’ experience in project management including but not limited to dealing with owners and engineers, clients, employees, agency personnel, vendors, suppliers, customers and the general public. Must be proficient with computers and variety of construction related software. Must have a valid driver’s license. Must be able to work independently with little supervision.
In addition to the responsibilities of a Project Manager, the Senior Project Manager is the highest level project manager responsible for overall direction of the largest revenue projects of the company. Establishes project objectives and policies, maintains liaison with prime client contracts, and monitors construction and financial activities through on-site PM’s or construction managers. The Senior Project Manager is responsible for managing all facets of an assigned construction project, from estimate to project completion, under the supervision of the Vice President. Travel is required to various job site locations.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Estimating and bidding:
Reviews site and/or site plans to obtain detailed project knowledge.
Reads and comprehends the specifications. Coordinates required materials costs.
Coordinates notification of necessary subcontractors.
Develops preliminary schedule to assure that project can be completed in defined time.
Contracts: Reviews Owner/Prime Bidder Contract. Reviews Subcontract information. Provides prevailing wage and certified payroll information to Payroll.
Collects, reviews and submits submittals.
Performs scheduling and subcontractor communication
Plans and directs company and subcontractor crews in timely performance of work.
Coordinates all personnel advertising, hiring, disciplinary and termination plans with the Vice President.
Coordinates with Superintendents to ensure EEO compliance.
Facilitates Superintendent and Engineer/owner communication.
Sr. Project Manager
Performs job costing: Reviews/approves and phase codes invoices. Coordinates/ensures employee daily timesheets are properly coded and transmitted for timely processing by payroll and cost reports. Updates quantity completed and projected costs weekly. Prints weekly job cost reports. Gives commentary on progress, effects on projected costs, effects on scheduling, problems and other issues. Prepares accurate cost and review projections weekly.
Formally requests change orders in writing with as much backup as possible. Coordinates and/or completes change orders including subcontractor change orders.
Requests substantial completion in writing.
Audits job costing.
Conducts performance reviews.
Keeps a clean and organized office/desk area. Maintains organized filing system.
Purchasing: Seeks appropriate quantity at lowest cost.
Documents all conversations and meetings.
NON-ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
May perform other duties as needed.