Project Manager Roles & Responsibilities
Viking Engineering + Construction is seeking an Estimator / Project Manager with at least 3 - 5 years experience to lead, direct, and manage a broad range of projects throughout their life cycle, from concept to completion.
The Project Manager selected for this position shall act as the firm's lead for projects under their control, and shall have full Profit & Loss (P & L) Responsibility for projects assigned to them.
Our Project Managers are the client-facing component of our management staff. They are responsible for every aspect of a project’s performance including the performance of their direct reports, subcontractors, consultants, Pacific Tech employees, and any other parties under Pacific Tech’s management. Our Project Managers are also directly responsible for propagating and encouraging Pacific Tech’s core values of Safety, Commitment, and Team on every job that they manage.
The Project Manager is responsible for the management of multiple concurrent construction projects. We expect that, if the responsibilities associated with the management of those projects becomes more than the Project Manager can reasonably handle, they will immediately communicate that to their direct supervisor. The direct supervisor of each Project Manager will depend on which division the Project Manager works in (General Construction, Roofing, Industrial). It is the responsibility of each project manager to determine who their supervisor is and comply with any reporting requirements prescribed by that supervisor.
The responsibilities of the Project Manager will include but are not limited to:
Overall management of multiple concurrent project budgets, including the development of project budgets and regular and consistent cost projections to determine conformance or lack of conformance with the original project budget.
Prepare estimates for change orders. Provide information/support to estimators for major change orders and for other projects in the procurement phase.
Maintain a change order status log. Keep our accounting staff informed of all pending and approved change orders.
Development and management of the project schedule. The project schedule should include all activities required to complete the project within they Period of Performance including pre-construction, construction, and closeout activities.
Regular and consistent project schedule updates that will allow for transparent assessment of project progress by supervisors, subcontractors, and clients.
Procurement, review and approval of shop drawings, material submittals, and administrative submittals.
Management of project buyout, including procurement of multiple competitive subcontractor and material supplier bids.
Management of project staffing and manpower scheduling. Typically, this activity will be accomplished in conjunction with those responsible for manpower staffing in each division. However, it is the responsibility of the Project Manager to ensure early and clear communication of upcoming manpower needs with those individuals in order to ensure the success of each of their projects.
Schedule and attend project kickoff, planning, progress, and other meetings with clients. As the most visible component of Pacific Tech’s management structure, it is extremely important that the Project Manager work closely with the client to ensure that client needs and expectations are met and the project is also successful from their perspective.
Maintenance and organization of job site records, daily reports, delay requests and weather reports as required
Resolve problems and issues that may arise – includes both technical and contractual.
Provide support to the Division Manager as required for materials, schedule, and cost information.
Develop and coordinate the submission of monthly billings based on contract requirements.
Attend weekly Management Meetings, and all other required internal meetings and training opportunities.
The Project Management position also requires occasional travel and out of town work
This list of responsibilities is not exhaustive and adequately discharging your responsibilities associated with the Project Manager position may require the performance of a number of other activities.
KEY SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND REQUIREMENTS
- Estimating & Cost Control
- Project Management & Project Leadership
- Digital Organization
- Business Communication
- Technical Writing
- Documentation & Record Keeping
- Ability to Obtain Federal Security Clearance (i.e. Clean Record)
OTHER DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS (CAN BE COMPLETED FOLLOWING HIRE FOR THE RIGHT CANDIDATE)
- OSHA 30 Hour Training Certification
- Adult First Aid / CPR / AED Certification
- ASHE Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) Certification
This position may require short term, intermittent travel throughout Oregon, Washington, Arizona, and beyond as needed.
Because this position is open to both middle and senior level candidates, negotiated compensation for this position shall be dependent on the skills, qualifications, and abilities of the candidate, and commensurate with the candidate's potential to drive project volumes, revenues and profits.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY
Viking Engineering & Construction provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Viking Engineering & Construction complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.