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Electrical Project Manager - San Antonio, TX

Job description

A Project Manager’s primary responsibility is as the Company’s principal representative for the administrative and technical management of the construction project. Supervises all activities related to Contract Administration, Document Control, Change Orders, Submittals, Procurement and Schedule. Works closely with Estimating during pre-construction process. In conjunction with the Preconstruction Department, interfaces with owners, A/E’s suppliers, and subcontractors to resolve constructability and/or value engineering matters during negotiation and contract execution. Performs all essential functions and responsibilities in conjunction with the company’s values and beliefs and in alignment with policies so that the client’s full satisfaction and at the Company’s expected levels of safety, quality and profitability are obtained.

As a Project Manager, reporting to the Senior Project Manager, Project Executive or VP of Operations, you will have the opportunity to:
  • Reviews owner contract and ensures compliance
  • Manages development of master project schedule and quality control program
  • Identifies critical issues and milestones
  • Reviews budgets and scopes with Preconstruction Department
  • Manages project budget
  • Identifies potential additional cost issues and forecasts accordingly
  • Ensures that safety is properly incorporated into job planning and execution
  • Manages the development of a GMP or Lump Sum Contract
  • Prepares subcontract and owner Change Orders
  • Prepares Monthly Owner Requisitions
  • Analyzes financial ability of subcontractors to perform
  • Ensures all contractual requirements of Subcontractor/Vendor have been fulfilled prior to their mobilization
  • Manages project assets
  • Conducts weekly and monthly review (study) of job cost reports
  • Develops Look-Ahead Schedules
  • Manages company’s quality control program on the project
  • 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 required
  • Proficiency in computer softwares and keyboarding necessary (Primavera, Expedition, CGC CMS, MS Word, Excel, AIA Contract Documents)
  • Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
  • Advanced knowledge of safety regulations, scheduling, cost control, quality control, engineering drawings, and other construction documents