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IC Project Manager - South Carolina

Job description

Essential Functions

· Delivers expected results for financial, safety quality, schedule performance and client satisfaction for assigned projects. May be responsible for a portion of a large project.

· Ensures that the project execution is in accordance with policies, procedures, systems, and project specific requirements.

· Demonstrated experience in managing complex procurements and subcontracts

· Monitors and controls all contractual commitments to ensure that all work is being performed in accordance with the specifications, drawings and terms of the contract, trend programs, and change order timelines.

· Leads, manages, and coordinates activities of all project staff by direct supervision or through others on the project team.

· Abides by code of conduct and business ethics.

· Serves as the senior prime point of contact with the client for all day to day, local project issues.

· Responsible for enforcing contractual responsibilities and resolving disputes with the client.

· Ensures that all client communications related to the prime contract are documented and are in accordance with the terms of contract.

· Conducts periodic project and client meetings to promote and facilitate communication, review progress and performance, discuss issues and facilitate problem resolution.

· Assist in organizing and staffing key site leadership positions and field labor strategies and sourcing.

· Implementing a change management plan and conducting negotiation of changes with the client.

· Ensure that project controls are in place to manage and report budgets costs and forecasts.

· Ensure that the monthly forecast is accurate, issued timely and is representative of the status of the project.

· Ensures processes and procedures are in place to document all turnover activities and obtains customers final acceptance of the work.

Position Qualifications

· Demonstrated success in leading merit labor, direct hire construction projects.

· Demonstrated success in leading multiple subcontractors on complex construction projects.

· Demonstrated engagement with key construction labor management personnel.

· Ability to build rapport and positive relationship with on-site personnel.

· Ability to contribute as a member of a project leadership team.

Prior Project Qualifications

· Experience in Power Generation construction is required.

· Experience in Pulp & Paper, Chemical or Pharmaceutical construction are an asset.

· Project experience should include projects from $5M up to $100M.

· Project experience should include multiple projects with significant subcontractor involvement.

Education and Experience

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Construction Management

Experience: 8-15 years project management experience in industrial construction with continued commitment to personal growth and continuing education to grow and develop project management, commercial and legal skills.