Construction Project Manager

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About Atlantic Housing Foundation:
Atlantic Housing Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit affordable housing provider. Founded in 1999, we currently own and operate over 10,000 units of multifamily properties in 6 states and 37 cities. In addition to HUD, HAP and LIHTC properties, Atlantic Housing owns and operates low and mixed-income multifamily assets, student housing and senior housing. 


The mission of Atlantic Housing Foundation, Inc. is to transform communities by promoting and preserving quality affordable housing and related services for low and moderate income families while helping residents break the cycle of poverty and improve their lives.  We strive to be a top performing, thoroughly professional, and genuinely caring organization in all that we do.  


About Project Manager, Construction Role:

Atlantic Housing Foundation is seeking an experienced Carolina’s based Project Manager, Construction who is interested in joining a high-performance Construction Management Group at the epi-center of transforming multi-family assets and communities throughout the U.S.  The position reports directly to the Senior Construction Manager.

The successful candidate will be responsible for national support for various and multiple new construction, rehabilitation of properties, and robust capital projects for property teams in different stages of completion across our entire portfolio throughout the US. The successful candidate must have a passion for providing world-class support for our construction, development, and on-site property management teams by collaboratively working across various teams while consistently modeling AHF’s Core Values and mission.


Why Should You Apply?

  • Excellent Communicator (listening, verbal, and written)

  • Thrives in collaborative work environments

  • Self-starter, easily able to work autonomously 

  • You believe in the AHF Mission and Core Values

  • You are the best at what you do

  • You meet the qualifications below

Job Responsibilities:

As a Project Manager, Construction your primary objective is to ensure multiple ongoing projects are delivered on schedule, on budget, with the intended quality, and safely while always meeting code compliance.  This will be accomplished through the following responsibilities (but not limited to): 

  • Collaborate with Senior Construction Manager, Development Team, Property Managers, architects, engineers, and consultants to assist with project scope definition, estimation and preparation of project budgets, coordination of appropriate working documents/specifications, solicitation of bids, value engineering, review and evaluation of bids, processing of contract award and relative documents, construction administration as required, issue notice to proceed, management of general contractor and prime sub-contractors, coordinate with consultants, and project close out.

  • Monitor and track project schedules, budgets, and finish quality from project closing to final completion while reporting upcoming and completion of critical milestones.

  • Use construction management software to populate and generate project-specific Dashboards and various reports that present an accurate timeline/budget/quality status, identify issues, relevant factors, various stakeholder concerns, upcoming events, eventual outcomes, and recommendations for improvement.

  • Schedule critical project team meetings at critical milestones including project pre-construction meetings, kick off meetings, construction status meetings, draw meetings, and lender progress requirements. 

  • Development of dashboards, weekly project management reports/project financial analysis

  • Organize and manage project status reporting to internal and external team members including Development, Accounting, and Property Management

  • Review sub-contractors and 3rd party vendor contracts for approval  

  • Manage communication with other 3rd party vendors, ADA compliance and first responder compliance.

  • Coordinate documentation processing, and project draws throughout the life-cycle of the project supported by company policies and guidelines.  This includes, and not limited to, proposed change orders, change proposals, requests for information, architect supplemental instructions, shop drawings, submittals and their approval, invoice reconciliation with project progress, 

  • Manage assembly of rehabilitation scope once General Contractor bids and schedule of values are submitted for AHF review.

  • Assist in vetting contractors to be added to the ‘stable’ of preferred vendors.

  • Coordinate permitting process and project sequencing to assure compliance and efficiency for project delivery.

  • Effectively communicate and liaison with GCs, municipal officials, sub-contractors, first responders, consultants, inspectors, and internal stakeholders on all aspects of the project.

  • Track and manage equipment delivery process including scheduling delivery dates, confirming of permits, etc.

  • Coordinate and maintain all required project data and records, log and track all design changes and modifications, construction changes and contract modifications during the construction process.

  • Conduct After Action Reviews with stakeholders and author a recommendations report in order to identify successful and unsuccessful project events and processes.

  • Easily able to travel 50% of the time.  Other times conduct meetings remotely.

The qualified candidate will possess: 

  • Strong project management expertise gained from 5+ years of experience supporting large construction or facility teams in a project coordinator, project manager, or similar role. 

  • Experience supporting a multi-state multi-family property management portfolio strongly preferred 

  • Extreme comfort with basic accounting practices 

  • Fluent with construction terminology

  • Natural communicator orally and with expertise in all types of written communication including project timelines, reports, communication to vendors, etc. 

  • Proficient working with support software (Procore, Google Suite, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Project, Adobe, etc.)

  • The critical thinking skills necessary to precisely identify problems and generate courses of action with a well thought out and supported recommendation.

Education Requirements :

  • Bachelor’s degree in Construction, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or Design (required)

  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification (preferred)

Experience Requirements:

  • 5+ years construction project management or coordination (required)

  • 5+ years contractor management and basic contract negotiation experience

  • 2+ years development and property management industry experience (required)

  • 2+ years’ experience with Procore (preferred)

  • LIHTC experience (strongly preferred)

  • Extensive experience with building code compliance

  • Can read, comprehend, interpret and explain construction documents

AHF Benefits Offered:

  • Paid every two weeks

  • Cell phone reimbursement every pay period

  • Certifications, Educational Courses Reimbursement

  • Opportunities for upward mobility

  • 12 Paid Company Holidays

  • 32 hours of Volunteer Time Off annually

  • Competitive Paid Time Off accrual

  • Rent discount if living on-site

  • Competitive 401(k) Program with employer matching contributions

  • Multiple health care insurance plans that cover medical, dental, prescription, vision, and employer HSA contributions

  • Mileage reimbursement and rental car reimbursement

Atlantic Housing Foundation, Inc. is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled
 
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