- Bachelor's Degree
- High School Diploma or GED
- Microsoft Project
- Project Management
- Microsoft Office
- LEED Certification
- Leadership Experience
An HBW Project Manager is involved with all aspects of HBW's construction projects including marketing, sales, estimating, contract management, negotiating, project schedule and administration, financial management and closeout. The Project Manager is responsible for approximately 3-4 HBW Construction projects at any one time and ensures projects are of high quality, delivered on schedule, within budget and in accordance with all regulatory requirements and customer expectations.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES
An HBW Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the development of new business opportunities and strengthening existing customer relationships. The Project Manager will assist in:
Identifying potential new business opportunities by following up on leads, networking and attending industry events.
Cultivating existing customer relationships to generate repeat business through performing work above expectation, regular check-ins and entertaining.
The Project Manager works directly with estimating staff to develop bids, participates in project interviews, works with the client to answer any questions and follows up on outstanding bids.
The Project Manager creates the project schedule using MS Project and develops the general conditions for each bid.
The Project Manager will review all subcontractor bids for completeness and accuracy.
Once a job has been awarded, the Project Manager will:
Oversee preparation and ensure execution of job contract.
Negotiate with and select subcontractors to perform the work. Draft subcontracts.
Prepare job budget, develop project schedule, and coordinate material ordering as necessary.
Select the project Superintendent, orient the Superintendent to the job and work with the Superintendent to ensure that the construction plan is executed in accordance with schedule, HBW standards of quality and complies with building codes and regulations.
Identify and track all long lead time items on the project critical path.
Prepare for and lead weekly progress meetings.
Anticipate issues and proactively works to avoid or resolve them
Hold construction meetings, attend weekly progress meetings and prepare meeting minutes.
Track submittals, prepare requests for information, and create owner and subcontractor change orders.
Responsible for the financial management of the job and meeting the job's financial goals. Revise monthly cost projection and handle collections related to work.
Update project schedule as needed to meet the final deadline.
Deliver project on time, within budget and "100% at move-in." "100% at move-in" is having no punch list at completion.
Resolve interpersonal conflicts among project staff, handle errors or delays and respond to crises.
Project Managers must promote HBW's safety first goal at all times and will:
Understand, promote and enforce the HBW Corporate Safety Program.
Understand, promote and enforce the safety requirements of all authorities having jurisdiction. ex. OSHA, MOSH, VOSH, EM 385-1-1
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
5 years of experience as a Project Manager in commercial construction, 3 of which may be Assistant Project Manager experience.
High school diploma or equivalent required, college degree preferred.
Knowledge of construction industry standards, building codes, equipment, methods and contracts.
Demonstrated business acumen with strong presentation, communication verbal and written, problem solving, financial and leadership skills.
Ability to maintain composure, professionalism and objectivity in difficult situations and effectively resolve conflicts.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Microsoft Project.
LEED and CHC certification preferred.
Must have a vehicle to use for work.
Must be able to lift up to 20 lbs.
Must be able to work for 8-10 hours a day.
HBW Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, or because he or she is a protected veteran.