The Senior Project Manager will be responsible for organizing and effectively executing the administrative activities that facilitate the efficient and successful completion of multiple construction projects.
You will be responsible for the activities on specific projects in preparation of construction management scopes, and determining levels of effort for its execution. The position manages all aspects associated with the construction administration of construction projects; project budgets, schedules, supply chain management, customer service, Project Superintendent, etc. Individual will be responsible for producing quality deliverables on-time and within budget.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
and finalize project business plan(s).
correspondence with the Owner, Engineer and Architect.
for procurement and management of third-party consultants (waterproofing, QC,
subcontractor default insurance/risk mitigation plan for project(s).
staging, logistics and phasing plan for project(s).
with Pre-Construction department to transition the project from estimating to
issuance of subcontracts and purchase orders.
with project management team, scheduling consultant and/or field supervision to
schedule the project.
overall project schedule on a monthly basis.
project schedule of values and billing and payment application requirements.
and estimate project contract changes (drawing revisions, ASI's, contract
change directives) and coordinate with project delivery requirements.
change order requests for work outside of the scope of the plans and
for project cost allocation and oversight of financial management process.
monthly financial projections through detailed monitoring of project costs.
OAC progress meetings and review monthly status reports.
feedback to estimating department on project(s) presently under construction.
with business development initiatives for select clients and particular market
and mentor Project Managers, Assistant Project Managers, and Co-Op/Intern
degree in construction, engineering, or related field
of 10 years of commercial construction experience managing projects in excess of $20M
of all aspects of project management
to managing multiple projects and multiple people
knowledge of Corecon and other construction software
understanding of financial accounting systems
ability to deliver projects within contract requirements
oral communication and interpersonal skills
resolution skills and experience with successfully resolving disputes
to multitask and prioritize resources
Highland Group LLC is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled