• Project Manager

    Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta
    Job ID
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Responsibilities and Essential Duties include the following (other duties may be assigned):


    • Work with field management to generate job specific safety plan for the project.
    • Serve as the main point of contact for the Engineer and Architect.
    • Work with Pre-Construction and Field Supervision to identify and implement all contract deliverables, quality testing, and reporting requirements.
    • Create staging, logistics, and phasing plan for project.
    • Lead coordination of subcontractors.
    • Set up bonding and/or Subguard, change order log, and cost tracking for the project.
    • Set up project in Sage.
    • Responsible for project startup, including obtaining permits and licenses and managing jobsite mobilization.
    • Facilitate subcontractor pre-mobilization/startup meetings.
    • Issue and administer subcontracts (payments, insurance, bond, safety, haz-com, etc.) and purchase orders for multiple trades.
    • Assist in development, planning, and updating of overall project schedule. Attend/direct regular job scheduling meetings.
    • Lead responsibility for project quality control plan implementation and compliance.
    • Conduct bi-weekly safety surveys with project superintendent.
    • Prioritize, review and expedite submittals.
    • Expedite material deliveries according to project schedule requirements.
    • Understand quantity updating and work with Superintendents to maintain accurate labor forecasts.
    • Develop and administer subcontractor and purchase order change orders.
    • Review projections, labor reports, safety documents, and schedules on a monthly basis.
    • Review and approve material/equipment invoices according to project budget.
    • Prepare payment requests and monitor collections.
    • Meet with city and state agencies to review project and inspections.
    • Attend OAC progress meetings and create monthly status reports.
    • Enter and update information in project management software (job status reports, projections, change orders, and RFI’s).
    • Manage and oversee job close-out documentation and procedures (closeout documents, final job report, and final accounting).
    • Mentor and train assistant project managers and co-op/intern students.

    Education - Skills - Knowledge - Qualifications & Experience 

    • Bachelor degree in construction, engineering, or related field
    • 4-8 years of construction experience, preferably in the healthcare or commercial field
    • Able to perform Assistant Project Manager duties proficiently
    • Experience managing all aspects of construction projects including architectural, civil, structural, mechanical and electrical
    • Working knowledge of Prolog and other construction software
    • Basic understanding of financial accounting systems
    • Strong oral communication and interpersonal skills
    • Technical writing skills
    • Conflict resolution skills
    • Superior organizational skills
    • Ability to multitask


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