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Electrical Assistant Project Manager - Houston, TX

Job description

An Assistant Project Manager’s primary responsibility is to assist the Project Manager and Superintendent in the overall planning, scheduling and administration of an assigned project.  May be assigned responsibility for specific aspects of a project.  Perform all essential functions and responsibilities in conjunction with the company’s values and beliefs in alignment with policies so that the construction process and building are completed to the client’s full satisfaction and at the Company’s expected levels of safety, quality and profitability.

As an Assistant Project Manager, reporting to the Senior Project Manager, Project Executive or VP of Operations, you will have the opportunity to:
  • Review owner contract and ensures compliance
  • Assist in the development of master project schedule and quality control program
  • Assist with contract buyout in accordance with corporate policy within 90 days
  • Assist with development of site specific safety program
  • Assist with development of project specific quality program
  • Assist with development of site logistics plan
  • Participate in and document punch list process
  • Coordinate and document owner training
  • Prepare O&M manuals and warranties
  • Assist with managing project costs relative to budget
  • Manage schedule updates
  • Constructively participate in project planning meetings
  • Help identify risks that could affect cost, schedule, or owner satisfaction
  • Assist with preparation of monthly project status reports and executive summaries
  • Four-year Construction/Engineering Degree or equivalent combination of technical training and related experience
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in construction, design, finance and management
  • Proficiency in computer softwares and keyboarding necessary (Primavera, Expedition, CGC CMS, MS Word, Excel, AIA Contract Documents)
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Advanced knowledge of safety regulations, scheduling, cost control, quality control, engineering drawings, and other construction documents