Job ID: 2054 Job Title: Project Manager Location: Seattle, WA
The role of the Project Manager involves efficiently overseeing one or more construction projects, with responsibilities including managing project costs, profitability, and client relations. The Project Manager collaborates with the Superintendent to achieve project goals.
Establish and administer project-related necessities following Project Management Protocols.
Familiarize oneself with and adhere to the stipulations of the contract between the owner and contractor.
Grasp and analyze the Project Estimate; create and govern protocols for cost and document control for each project.
Assume responsibility for Total Project Delivery, covering project expenses, timetable, client connections, and profitability.
Be accountable for day-to-day communication and synchronization with the project owner and design team. Conduct regular meetings with clients and designers to ensure ongoing contentment.
Manage subcontractor bidding and negotiations as suitable, supervised by a Project Executive/Senior Project Manager.
Regulate and predict project expenses. Prepare monthly comprehensive cost projections and discuss with the immediate supervisor monthly.
Collaborate with the Superintendent to manage the construction process. Routinely inspect the project’s progress. Take appropriate and timely action to resolve any inadequacies. Communicate all on-site matters to the Superintendent or General Superintendent (when applicable).
Perform estimation and value engineering as dictated by the project.
Verify subcontractors’ adherence to insurance and bonding prerequisites.
Assume responsibility for punctual and accurate submission of progress billings and ensure timely receipt of payments from the project Owner. Examine and report on the status of monthly progress billings and owner payments to the direct supervisor at least monthly.
Oversee timely project completion and close-out.
Minimum of 4 years’ experience as a Project Manager on complex projects.
Competency of Enterprise software, budget/commitment differentiation, cost control techniques, and cost projection procedures.
Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.
4-year engineering or business degree or equivalent-related experience, plus experience/knowledge of construction, design, finance, and management.
Good understanding of corporate and industry practices, processes, standards and their impact on project activities.