The project manager reports directly to the Vice President of Anova Technical Services. Primary responsibilities include supervision of the construction team, securing subcontracts, purchasing, monthly invoicing, approving subcontractor payments, weekly progress meetings as well as ensuring quality , production , and safety throughout the construction process. The successful candidate will exhibit strong skills in construction management and will demonstrate an ability to oversee total construction efforts, providing administrative and technical direction to ensure each project is constructed in accordance with design, budget, and schedule specifications. Additional responsibilities include:
Familiarity of complex building systems including: excavation, installation of utilities, foundations and structural systems, building envelope, MEP installation and finish work.
Knowledge and ability to manage construction budgets, contract administration, and change order management process.
Competent ability to work in conjunction with the site management team to develop schedules, plan phasing, and logistics.
Excellent ability to understand timetable processes
Accountability for completion of project.
Leadership skills to facilitate progress meetings and communications with the client, design team, and subcontractor partners.
Proven ability to implement solutions to challenges.
Willingness to mentor, model, and develop a strong team mindset from start to finish of a project.
Other duties as assigned.
Customer Service – Prompt and courteous response to client needs and requests.
Teamwork and Collaboration – Committed to building the spirit of the team.
Performance Focus – Encourages/Fosters/Promotes results and manages priorities effectively.
Planning – Proactive in anticipating changing project needs.
Business Acumen – Ability to maximize revenue, net income, and cash flow.
Meeting Management – Facilitates discussion, develops an agenda, and accomplishes tasks.
Leadership Orientation – Takes responsibility for initiating necessary changes.
Bachelor’s degree in construction related degree is preferred, and/or business related degree;
Experience with computer based scheduling programs such as Primavera or ASTA;
Knowledge of Word, Excel, and project management systems such as Viewpoint or Expedition a plus;
Eight to ten years of experience in commercial construction management; and
Open to 100% travel.