Project Manager

Position Overview Project Managers are responsible for the overall management and success of assigned construction projects as measured by the attainment of quality, client satisfaction and profitability goals. Responsibilities Manages all staff assigned to the project and maintains strong working relationships with the project owner and all project team participants involved in the project. Provides direction for the accurate and timely completion of all paperwork and other administrative details required for strong project management execution.  Monitors all project schedules, spending and related items to ensure timely and quality completion project.  Prepares or reviews project status reports to ensure accuracy and facilitates project status meeting with owner, owner's rep, vendors and subcontractors. Conducts internal staff meetings to disseminate appropriate company and project information to ensure that project staff is informed of needed information. Review subcontractor and vendor invoices throughout the lifecycle of the project and approve for payment or negotiate appropriate changes with subcontractor.  Provide timely and accurate information to accounting to ensure proper invoice preparation to client including change orders for approval of client. Ensure final payments are received from client and appropriate invoices are paid to subcontractors.  Qualifications & Requirements 6+ years of commercial general contractor project management experience (base building/ground up/core and shell). Bachelor's degree in Construction Science or equivalent work experience is preferred. Proven ability to build and maintain excellent working relationships with clients and architects. Professional experience should include strong supervisory responsibility as a Site Superintendent. Proficient with software such as Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint). Well developed communications, decision making, financial analysis, interpersonal, organizational and teamwork skills are necessary.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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