Senior Project Manager

Remedial Construction Services, L.P. (RECON) - Irvine, CA (30+ days ago)


Position Summary: The Project Manager will lead and direct all aspects and functions environmental remediation projects including oversight of the crew and the equipment to safety execute work that complies with the contract’s scope, the schedule, and quality requirements.

In This Role, You Will:
Connect company goals and objectives strategically with day to day efforts from the initial development to the initiation stage through to closure of the assigned project(s)
Provide management leadership for the implementation and successful maintenance of the corporate safety program
Direct all aspects of execution for projects in accordance with the scope of the contract including pre-bid and proposal preparations, project start-up, contract management, resource allocation and cost controls, material buy-out, subcontractor management, cash flow management and change order negotiations
Manage the use of project control tools to report daily progress status, compile information for weekly and monthly project status reports to communicate progress internally and externally.
Use the Risk Matrix and Key Performance Indicators (KPI) graphs to track and manage project risks
Analyze physical progress and financial data to generate timely and accurate forecasts that support performance status reporting, including completion dates and financial results
Establish and maintain effective client relations to achieve active cooperation, prompt payment and additional work opportunities
Resolve issues and solve problems that arise throughout the duration of the project to mitigate risk
Lead and coach project teams on a proactive basis; manage the team to maintain the project and corporate requirements for safety, quality, productivity throughout the duration of the project
Generate, prepare and submit invoices per the terms of the contract, monitor payment status and actively pursue late or partial payments
Monitor payments of vendors and subcontractors to ensure they are paid within the terms of their agreements

What We Require:
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering/Science, Construction Management or a related combination of education and environmental remediation construction experience in a leadership role
Ten years or more of experience managing environmental remediation construction projects related to soil treatment and stabilization, waterway remediation, groundwater control and treatment, site preparation, excavation or earthwork and 15+ years experience within construction industry required
Experience with CERCLA and/or RCRA sites and other high-hazard sites highly preferred
Previous experience must demonstrate a progressive increase in financial responsibility, supervisory accountability and leadership with a proven track record of exceeding company goals
Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook and Project; experience using Primavera (P6) software would be a plus
Self-motivated with the ability to work effectively with little or no direct supervision and thrive in a dynamic work environment
Ability to work in a construction environment with exposure to dust, noise, and inclement weather is a requirement

The RECON team is passionate about service and collaboration. We constantly strive to improve ourselves, so we can better serve our clients. We offer benefits to RECON employees, eligible spouses, domestic partners and children; competitive compensation, paid holidays and time off, company matched 401K, casual dress code and work environment, and more.

RECON prohibits discrimination, harassment of any type, and affords equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. RECON conforms to the spirit, as well as to the letter of all applicable laws and regulations. Employment is subject to verification of pre-employment drug screen and background investigation results, including driving record and criminal history.