This leadership position brings value to Miron by providing direct management of construction projects. This includes dealing with construction and building issues, purchasing materials, creating and following schedules and careful monitoring of and reporting on financial issues related to projects. Ultimately, Project Managers will deliver projects in accordance with established company policies and procedures.
$50,000 to $54,000 annually
Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability and Life insurance. Two retirement plans.
High school courses important to the position:
Math, business, English
Training, certifications, or degree needed to qualify for the position:
Generally at least a two year degree in Construction Management or Civil Engineering is required
Specific skills that your business recognizes as fundamental to employment (life skills):
Relationship Building: Acknowledge and appreciate field personnel Visit assigned job sites at least once per week Ensure the project appropriately addresses the client?s business drivers Build a project that will satisfy the client for at least 15 years and beyond Develop and promote communication with appropriate parties including clients, architects/engineers, subcontractors, suppliers, corporate supervisors/management, superintendents, craftspeople, and co-workers Facilitate positive relationship with Superintendent, Project Coordinator and Project Executive Cultivate long term relationships associated with the project Construction Management: Conduct successful buyout process (being aware of scope evaluations, cost efficiencies, risks) Review of Constructability Issues & Past Practice Improvements Review Owner Contracts: Receipt from Owner Terms and Conditions Issue Subcontractor/Supplier Contracts: Receipt of Sub Contract Terms and Conditions Special Conditions Timely Issuance Properly Executed Constantly analyze progress of the project: Review general project site order and cleanliness, including trailers Monitor quality issues: Throughout construction Punch list completion Warranty follow-up Closely monitor subcontractor performance Confirm contract, insurance certificate, and lien waiver documents are current for sub contractors and suppliers Analyze self-perform activities for each job assigned Actively participate in pursuit of both hard-bid and negotiated projects Orchestrate the pre-construction process, including: Scheduling/Sequencing Budgeting and Cost Control Meetings Coordination with designers Constructability reviews Scope identification & Development of Bid Packages Permitting process Subcontractor qualification Financial Management: Set up cost codes and schedule of values Regularly review and analyze job cost and production Address cost concerns (labor, materials, subcontractors/suppliers, equipment) Participate in a monthly job cost review with Project Executive Prepare bi-monthly job costing report and present to executive group Create / Oversee payment applications; demanding timely and accurate processing Closely monitor cashflow Review / Process subcontractor and supplier billings Review retainage reductions and release: Process Workflow in a timely manner Price change orders with uniformity and timeliness Approve change orders and issuance of contract revisions to subcontractors/suppliers Subcontractor / sub tier follow up Risk Mitigation: Responsible for safety on all assigned projects Ensure that each employee assigned to a job site understands risk concepts and follows Miron risk control policies Identify and address risk issues at the various stages of design/construction Perform weekly risk analysis and complete weekly observation reports Attend monthly and quarterly stand down meetings Schedule Management: Create project schedule Review equipment utilization and efficiency with project team Monitor overall progress and ability to meet milestones and/or completion, documenting and communicating potential problems immediately Perform accurate monthly schedule updates Develop look-ahead schedules that are focused on the correct activities and functional areas
Advancement opportunities in the company:
Numerous. One can move up in terms of size of projects to manage, complexity of projects, etc. One can also lead teams of project managers and administrative professionals.