This position is a management position within J&J’s Medical Support Division. Project workload will vary depending on the complexity, size, and criticalness of the projects. Typically, we assign two Project Managers to work together and provide all supervisory and management functions for multiple concurrent projects. For small projects, one Project Manager my run the project by themselves. For larger, more complex projects, each Project Manager may fulfill a specific responsibility on a project. Each Project Manager must be able to fill the contract roles for a superintendent, a quality control manager, and a safety officer. Work will be in a mostly medical environment. Most projects will occur in occupied and active facilities, making construction barriers and infection control barriers critical. The job could potentially include direct supervision of other employees and will include direct supervision of subcontractors performing in multiple trades and crafts.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Represent the company in direct communications with the customer and the subcontractors.
Participate heavily in business development by aiding in proposal development and leveraging relationships to pave the way for winning new work.
Plan, strategize, and coordinate already awarded work on a timescale of months and years.
Directly produce and manage complex, cost loaded schedules, using Microsoft Project (and possibly Oracle Primavera P6), frequently on multiple simultaneous projects.
Coordinate outages and shutdowns.
Generate look-ahead schedules (e.g. three-day, two-week, three-week, etc., varies with project).
Develop budgets during proposal and enforce budgets after award.
Lead all site level efforts in timely communications and effective substantiations for issues that have potential to cause deviation from a project’s awarded finances and/or a project’s awarded milestone schedule.
Review, validate, and provide first level of approval for subcontractor invoices.
Enforce Scope of Work (SOW) compliance and prevent scope creep.
Inspect materials and workmanship, enforcing contract requirements.
Using templates, develop and submit all quality control plans.
Manage and maintain submittal registers.
Manage and perform all submittal responsibilities.
Prepare, lead, and document all preparatory meetings.
Coordinate, lead, and document all initial inspections and follow-on inspections.
Complete and submit all Daily Contractor Quality Control (CQC) Reports.
Maintain accurate and detailed logs of daily jobsite activity self-performed by the company. Enforce and validate the same from all subcontractors Supervise and enforce maintaining of red-line drawings.
Maintain all project records in accordance with the contract.
Vigilantly monitor job site for any and all potential safety issues, enforcing all safety requirements.
Using templates, develop and submit all safety plans.
Validate and approve Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) documentation.
Implement and enforce all safety plans and AHAs.
Serve as the company’s competent person (per OSHA and EM 385-1-1) for all job site activities.
Constantly monitor and maintain infection control barriers.
Conduct and record/log daily safety and health inspections.
Manage and supervise all safety programs at the job site (electrical safety, hazcom, etc.)
Enforce and document daily safety meetings (e.g. toolbox talks, tailgate safety meetings, etc.).
Lead and document weekly safety training.
Continuously verify workers are properly trained and certified for the work they are performing on the job site.
Other duties as assigned
Knowledge, Experience and Skill Requirements
Strongly preferred to have five (5) years of medical construction experience
Strongly preferred to have demonstrated experience working on U.S. Corps of Engineers construction projects.
Strongly preferred to have demonstrated experience performing construction and/or renovations efforts inside an occupied and active hospital.
Must have completed or obtain upon employment certificate for the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) Health Care Construction (HCC) Certificate.
Must have completed or obtain upon employment certificate for the U.S. Corps of Engineers’ course Construction Quality Management (CQC) for Contractors.
Must have or obtain upon employment OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training Certificate. With limitations, an OSHA 30-hour General Industry Training Certificate may be acceptable, but will not preclude a requirement to obtain the OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training Certificate.
Must have or obtain upon employment a minimum of eight (8) hours of documented health and safety training annually to extend validity of OSHA 30-Hour Training Certificate.
Must have five (5) years of continuous construction industry safety experience in supervising/managing general construction (managing safety programs or processes or conducting hazard analyses and developing controls), or five (5) years of continuous general industry safety experience in supervising/managing general industry (managing safety programs or processes or conducting hazard analyses and developing controls).
Must have completed or obtain upon employment certification by either American Red Cross or American Heart Association for CPR with AED and First Aid.
Ability to travel 10-20% of the time.
Physical, Environmental and Sensory Requirements
Position works in office areas as well as through construction jobsites.
Physical demands include intermittent sitting, standing, and walking, and occasional bending, reaching, and lifting.
Moderate exposure to elements such as heat, cold, noise, dust, dirt, chemicals, moving machinery, etc., typical of a construction site.
We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.