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19

Oct
2016

In Employment Opportunity

By wellscon

Project Manager Position

On 19, Oct 2016 | In Employment Opportunity | By wellscon

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Please read the job description below and email resumes to: wells@wellsconstruction.com

PROJECT MANAGER

Job Purpose:

The Project Manager’s primary duty is to manage the daily details of assigned projects including purchases, subcontracting, changes and coordination of office activities during the construction period.

Duties:

  • Study and understand contract documents of each project to determine areas that may be ambiguous or present problems or result in unforeseen costs.
  • Acquisition of major materials and award subcontractors work with the most competitive pricing.
  • Initiate subcontractor contract process and approve at completion.
  • Prepare and update as necessary the job progress schedule in coordination with the Job Superintendent.
  • Resolve design and detail problems with owners, architects, suppliers and subcontractors.
  • Attend owner meetings.
  • Analyze job cost reports to determine recommended action on overruns.
  • Code and approve invoices.
  • Assure that submittals are received, submitted, corrected, approved and returned to the suppliers and subcontractors to assure delivery of materials and equipment.
  • Assist and manage Job Superintendent in maintaining good sub-contractor relations.
  • Estimate and submit timely change proposals to the architect or owner. Prepare change orders between the company and architect and subcontractors.
  • Review and prepare monthly owner billings for submission to the Accounting Department.

Skills/Qualifications:

Minimum 10 years commercial construction project management experience. Ground up experience a big plus.  Must be computer literate in Microsoft applications. Ability to interact with people and communicate in a professional manner with owners, inspectors, architects and others having a direct interest in the project.