The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for assisting their assigned Project Manager in the planning, management direction, project completion, client satisfaction, and financial outcome of assigned construction projects. The ideal candidate will be required to assist their assigned Project Manager in coordinating all contractual requirements, design drawings, and project specifications. Please note that this is for various projects. To be considered for a Federal project you must be a U.S. Citizen and be able to obtain a government clearance.
Leadership and Supervisory:
- Implements programs (Safety, Scheduling, and Monitoring) to comply with legal, regulatory and standards of construction requirements.
- Works with PM and Site Superintendent to manage projects, subcontractors, suppliers, and building officials to meet construction deadlines, architectural requirements, building codes and owner tenants/expectations.
- Is an effective communicator, good at planning and organizing and has technical and professional knowledge.
- Ability to plan, direct and coordinate professional and sub-professional construction management work; interpret and apply related laws, ordinances, codes, rules, regulations, and policies; motivate employees to achieve goals and objectives; manage several diverse projects simultaneously; effectively resolve complaints and issues.
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
- Distribute, track and maintain plans and specs.
- Will be maintaining and updating the Submittal Register.
- Organize and check subcontractor Pay Apps for content and accuracy.
- Generate weekly subcontractor coordination meeting minutes.
- Coordinate subcontractor and BLHI material deliveries.
- Generate subcontractor and supplier change orders and update quantity reports weekly.
- Location City
- State or Region
- 2 to 3 years’ experience in construction management, buildings and infrastructure. Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or comparable degree required.
- Prior experience at the Assistant Project Manager level or above, managing project budgets, design/build and other construction work activities.
- Knowledge of state and local politics and permitting procedures.
- High drive to succeed coupled with excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
- Must be open to relocation.
- Thorough knowledge of construction practices, procedures, design, and materials; architectural and engineering principles and practices related to projects including programming, planning and development, design and construction, operation and maintenance; techniques for project management as it applies to projects including reviewing design documents, plans, specifications, estimates, schedules and reports.
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