Under the direction of the Regional VP of Construction or President, a Project Manager is ultimately responsible for profitably managing three areas of the electrical construction project: Manpower, Material, and Money.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
This list is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities as management may deem necessary from time to time.
- Responsible for safety and quality control of projects
- Direct the efforts of team members to establish budgets or cost estimates for projects
- Delegate work to Project Coordinator
- Manage labor volume for field resources. Understand what type of resources are needed.
- Establish project documentation and information into prescribed format and provide information to team members and stakeholders in a clear and timely fashion.
- Draft and submit contract change proposals and manage contract and sub-contract changes where necessary due to project scope modifications.
- Confer with field workers, owners, general contractors, or design professionals to discuss and resolve matters, such as work procedures, complaints, or construction problems.
- Submit product, material, and service data to customer for their review and approval; coordinate approved product, material, and service onto the project site for installation within project schedules.
- Plan and schedule project timelines and milestones using appropriate tools and track project milestones and deliverables.
- Coordinate material delivery to the construction site
- Manage project financials to include partial and final billing in cooperation with the Accounting department.
- Conduct project close out and follow up to create recommendations to identify successful and unsuccessful project elements; along with best practices and tools for project execution.
- Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the company.
- Locate, evaluate and develop leads into project opportunities; secure project opportunities and manage customer accounts.
- Acquire resources and coordinate the efforts of team members and third-party vendors and subcontractors in order to deliver projects according to plans and specifications.
- Knowledge of Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) activities, Job Productivity Assurance and Control (JPAC), and Short Interval Scheduling (SIS)
- Ability to manipulate and extract data from JPAC and SIS systems
- Understanding of Agile Construction principles
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