The Project Manager is the Company's "management representative" financially responsible for the successful/profitable completion of his/her projects. The project manager is to manage and control the scope of work defined in the project contract documents, as well as the establishment and maintenance of effective professional working relationships with the Owners, Architects, Engineers, subcontractors, vendors, Inspectors, and peers.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:
? Responsible for project budgets, true-ups, analysis, and monitoring of same
? Responsible for subcontractor and vendor financial reconciliations and negotiations.
? Troubleshoot problems on projects, both in office and jobsite, with the ability to spot potential deficiencies before they become issues.
? Manage project team (superintendent, estimator, purchasing, and outside resources) in all aspects of project development and completion.
? Work with project superintendent to manage project schedule and ensure that client expectations are met or exceeded
? Manage monthly billing to client. Work with superintendent to submit final billing including reconciliation of subcontractor billings and forecasting and capturing expenses.
? Manage project cash flow through AR management and pre billing of deposits and expenditures.
? Work with project estimator to select vendors and subcontractors, and determine cost effectiveness. Write subcontracts or letters of intent for same.
? Provide leadership to direct or indirect reports to ensure that project assignments are delivered on time to the client?s satisfaction.
? Compute cost factors and prepare estimates used for management purposes such as planning, organizing, and scheduling work; preparing change order requests.
? Manage all project communication including submittals, change orders, RFI, T&M, memorandums, meeting minutes, and revisions.
? Consult with clients, subcontractors, and vendors, resolve issues.
? Review contracts and bids to determine and sell value engineering
? Work with Purchasing Department to ensure plant materials, site furnishing and long lead time or specialty items are ordered and delivered in a timely manner.
? Review subcontracts and change orders produced by Contract Administration and ensure they are executed in a timely fashion.
? Meet with clients to review and explain project cost, extras and change orders.
? Act as liaison between project superintendents, sub-contractors, and general contractors.
? Project Closeouts including but not limited to as-builts, O&M, Warranty documentation, and all reconciliations.
? Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS - REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
? Bachelor's Degree in construction or business or related business experience.
? Minimum of five years experience in estimating or field management
? Advanced knowledge of scheduling, budgeting, document management, and cost forecasting.
? Ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships.
? Excellent communication and presentation skills
? General plant, irrigation, construction, and drainage knowledge.
? General knowledge of material and labor costs.
? Ability to read and understand blueprints and specifications.
? Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously within tight deadlines.
? Ability to prioritize job responsibilities.
? Ability to analyze and solve problems.
The above is a general outline of responsibilities of this position, it is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required for this position. Other functions may be assigned and management retains the right to add or change the duties at any time, at the Company's sole and absolute discretion with or without prior notice.