General Summary of Duties: Provide management skills, leadership and judgment level necessary to autonomously achieve all profit, time, quality and customer satisfaction objectives. Directs, coordinates, and exercises authority for planning, organizing, controlling, integrating, and completing the assigned project(s). Essential Duties and Responsibilities: •Develop and maintain owner, designer, subcontractors.vendors and client relationships. •Provide jobsite leadership and direction. •Establish profit.time objectives and Project Status Reports (PSR) for Operations Manager review and approval. •Achieve all profit, time, quality and customer satisfaction objectives on assigned projects. •Review and approve final estimates and budgets for assigned projects. •Manage job activities in accordance with Robins & Morton’s policies and procedures, specifically those required of a Project Manager and within the bounds of the project contract. •With the aid of senior or executive management, manage long-term risk on projects; recognize significant risk issues, timely and review with executive management. •Develop project bid packages and develop subcontractor/vendor agreements for approval by the Operations Manager or Senior Project Manager. Effectively negotiate agreements with subcontractors/vendors in a timely manner. •Manage all key risk management documents including subcontractor bonds and insurance. Review bonding requirements with Operations Manager or Senior Project Manager. •Effectively manage the correspondence and communication process for assigned projects utilizing memos, action items, company logs and other management tools as necessary. •Effectively manage all material procurement for projects. •Effectively evaluate and interpret all contract documents. •Aid the Superintendent in developing and managing the scheduling process. •Manage subcontractors to effectively complete their contractual obligations. •Effectively manage the change order process so that change orders to the owner and subcontractors are processed timely. •Effectively manage the cost reporting and tracking system and accurately forecast costs. •Establish billing procedures and effectively manage the subcontractors/general contractor/owner billing process. •Effectively manage the Owner Furnished Equipment verification and delivery process. •Effectively track and manage the cost reporting of the local jobsite accounts and field purchase orders. •Assist the Superintendent in maintaining project quality control standards. •Effectively manage the closeout process of assigned projects. •Effectively manage document control and ensure all documents are stored accurately in electronic filing system. •Manage owner purchase order systema nad owner controlled insurance or OCIP. •Procure project permits with all necessary agencies.
Management Responsibilities: This position manages subordinates and is responsible for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of employees. •Positions managed by this role are: Assistant Project Managers, Project Engineers, Field Office Assistants, Project Secretaries, and Jobsite Secretaries. This position may also manage the following positions depending on the project: Field Superintenedent, Asst. Superintendent, Field Engineer, Foreman, Field Assistant and Field Labor. •In this position you will be required to carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Robins & Morton’s Policies & Procedures and any applicable state and federal laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees under your management; planning, assigning and directing work; and addressing complaints and resolving issues. Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. •Education – a degree in Building Science, Construction Management or Civil Engineering is preferred, but can be substituted with experience. Healthcare Construction experience preferred. •Experience – Minimum of ten years in construction related experience and/or training. •Communication Skills – Must have good written and oral communicatons. Ability to read, analyzes, and interpret contract documents, safety standards, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of clients, subcontractors, and/or employees of the organization. Advanced analytical and reading skills. •Relationship Skills – Ability to establish professional, trusting and meaningful relationships with Clients, Designers, and Robins & Morton staff. Ability to work effectively with subcontractors/vendors and authorities having jurisdiction. •Computer Skills – Competent and knowledgeable computer skills. Must have excellent computer skills in all Microsoft Office Programs; working knowledge of Timberline Cost Reporting preferred; working knowledge of Prolog or other type of Project Management software preferred. •Mathematical Skills – Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry. •Reasoning Ability – Use of basic reasoning, thinking “on your feet”, and ability to resolve issues quickly with little or no direction from a superior. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule format. Good negotiating skills. Ability to make good judgments and render good decisions. •Certificates, Licenses, Registrations – OSHA 10 Hour preferred. If not current, to receive within the first year of employment and keep current. LEED AP a plus. •Other Skills and Abilities – Knowledge of all facets of ground up Healthcare Construction/New Renovation. Ability to manage and take responsibility for the success of an independent project up to $75M or any size portion of a larger project under the supervision of a Senior Project Manager, Senior Superintendent or Operations Manager. Advanced understanding of blueprint reading. Thorough knowledge of mechanical/plumbing and electrical systems. Ability to recognize quality work. Ability to coordinate many different activities. Knowledge of industry safety procedures. Thorough knowledge of the estimating and preconstruction process. Thorough working knowledge of all phases of a construction project, e.g., site work, utilities, foundations, structure, metal studs and drywall, building envelopes and interior finishes. Must be able to assume responsibility for entire project. Working knowledge of R&M policies and procedures and within the bounds of the project contract. Thorough understanding of contractual terms. Thorough knowledge of R&M scheduling and cost reporting procedures. Knowledge of contracting and subcontracting bonding and insurance requirements. Ability to identify job risks.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Base salary, project bonus, relocation assistance, living allowance, vehicle allowance, full benefits
Founded in 1946, Robins & Morton is a privately held construction company that consistently ranks among the 100 largest U.S. builders in Engineering News-Record Magazine and one of the best companies to work for in America.
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