Construction Project Manager

Recruiter
AMF Bowling Worldwide
Location
Norwalk
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Sep 10, 2016
Closes
Sep 26, 2016
Industry
Education
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Employment Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
SUMMARY: The Construction Project Manager is responsible for overseeing day to day construction activities, project planning, scheduling, resource allocation and compliance with quality standards. Additionally, the project manager responsibilities will span a broad spectrum including project planning, cost management, time management, quality management, contract administration and safety management. Must be comfortable speaking with and most importantly, leading, groups ranging from subcontractors, consultants, internal teams, and senior management.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

Oversee all phases of the construction project timeline, including preliminary budgeting, all stages of architectural plan development, permitting, and the competitive bidding process. Comfortably oversee multiple projects at one time ranging from $100,000-$6,000,000. Perform regular site visits to monitor progress of construction activities and hold regular status meetings with all sub-teams. Develop and deliver progress reports, proposals and other required documentation related to specific projects. Build, develop and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the project. Act as a liaison between the company and external contacts, landlords, municipalities, etc. Oversee the punch list process and manage the entire closeout process to a timely completion. Work with various internal divisions in in creating well documented construction documents.

QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to multi-task and prioritize tasks, strong attention to detail and deadlines, comfortable in fast pace environment, proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, strong knowledge of budgeting, scheduling, and cost estimating, strong supervisory skills, knowledge and understanding of OSHA regulations, current building codes and contract documents, ability to negotiate various contract types, knowledge of commercial construction management including site work, architectural considerations, landscaping, paving, electrical distribution and other utilities.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Four year college degree in construction management, architecture, or engineering preferred; applicants with a two year junior/community college degree may apply. Minimum of five years of supervisory experience in construction industry or equivalent combinations of education and experience required, with experience/knowledge of construction, design and management. Previous experience working as an owner's representative preferred.

TRAVEL

This position involves regular travel in and out of state to projects centered on a home base located in the Midwest or Colorado; travel estimated at between 25% and 60% (or more depending on the location of current projects).

WORK ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL DEMANDS: General office environment where you will walk, bend and stand for periods of time.