Provide overall management and direction of one (1) or more projects by planning, directing, and coordinating construction and financial activities ensuring safe completion on time and under budget. Directly responsible for overall project profit and loss.
Establish a work plan and staffing requirements for each phase of the project. Work with Group Manager, General Superintendent, Talent, and Acquisition Direction on project personnel recruitment or assignment.
Participate in regular owner, subcontractor, and engineer meetings.
Actively communicate with owners regarding their needs and questions throughout a project.
Anticipate and solve problems with a positive mindset and focus on solutions.
Hold yourself to uncompromising standards, personally and professionally.
Coach, mentor, and train all jobsite personnel.
Seek out opportunities for continuous improvement; implement new strategies.
Consistently build strong positive relationships with clients, inspectors, subcontractors, and crews.
Give ongoing feedback to project members.
Complete thorough and detailed annual performance reviews for Assistant Project Managers and Project Engineers, providing detailed feedback and setting SMART goals for the next year.
Safety & Risk Management
Plan work and purchase materials and equipment, ensuring all tasks comply with all safety policies and procedures.
Attend safety meetings and talk with field management and crews about safety.
Immediately address and educate on any unsafe conditions or acts, whether observed or brought to your attention.
Engage in all tasks with a safety-first mindset. Investigate unsafe conditions and implement corrective measures.
Abide by the Company’s Fleet Driving Policy.
Establish the project budget based on estimate information and communication with estimator.
Manage procurement process, including labor, equipment, materials, and subcontracts.
Manage financial contracts, including:
Invoice review and approval
Timely subcontractor and vendor payment
Monthly Gross Margin Report
Positive cash flow management
Coordinate project personnel activities, ensuring the project progresses on schedule and within or under budget.
Review submittals, RFIs, and purpose orders.
Complete subcontracts and purchase orders for the buyout process.
Obtain all required project permits.
Develop a schedule to complete the project on time and under budget.
Create, update, and manage the project schedule with General and Site Superintendents.
Meet with the project team, including Subcontractors, outlining the work plan and assigning duties, responsibilities, and scope of authority.
Monitor and ensure quality control of the project.
Develop subcontractor and purchase order scopes.
Complete project close-out.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction management, or equivalent
Two (2) years experience as Project Engineer, Superintendent, or Assistant Project Manager
Experience in construction, finance, design, scheduling, and management required
Strong working knowledge of Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, AutoCAD, Procore, etc.
Strong leadership, communication, and people skills
Maintain a valid driver’s license and safe driving record
Ability to prepare a subcontractor scope of work
Experience with pricing, purchasing, negotiating, and preparing purchase orders for materials and equipment
Experience reading and understanding drawings
Experienced and effective leader with a win-win team focus
Experienced in motivation, planning, teamwork, collaboration, and conflict-resolution skills
Safe work or No work mindset; fully committed to safety and job site standards, policies, and processes
Higher Education or Early College experience
Who We Are With over 97 years of higher education, healthcare and bridge/utility experience, T.A. Loving Company is a proven leader in the construction industry. Our commitment to quality and integrity are just two examples of why we have a repeat client list. We appreciate the long-term relationships that we carry with us, and also the longstanding employees that have stayed with our company for many years. Our loyal employees make the success of our company possible, and many employees have dedicated their entire careers to T.A. Loving. What We Stand For What you do matters. Experience T.A. Loving Company's culture where you are valued and appreciated to work together to live out our 5 Core Values: Integrity, Safety, Excellence, Client Advocacy, Teamwork, and High Ethical Standards.
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