Project Manager

Job Status: Full-Time/Salaried/Exempt


The Project Manager leads, directs, and coordinates the day-to-day management of the project.

Primary Job Responsibilities:

  • Reviews estimates developed by the estimating group
  • Assists with development of schedules, phasing, and logistics
  • Assists with constructability review, when required
  • Develops bid packages and scopes of work
  • Manages the bid, award and procurement of subcontractors and suppliers
  • Responsible for leading, directing, and coordinating the day-to-day management of the project including:
    • Sets up initial project budget structure
    • Updates project budgets on not less than a monthly basis
    • Completes and oversees change requests made by owners and subcontractors and ensures change orders are entered/submitted appropriately
    • Audits project costs and expenditures
    • Oversees the invoicing of owners, subcontractors, etc.
    • Responsible for project profit management
  • Produces MPSR’s monthly and presents to leadership
  • Produces monthly executive reports and distributes to owner and leadership
  • Produces oversight of the RFI and Submittal process
  • Produces and distributes monthly schedule updates
  • Ensures quality control program is implemented
  • Works with the Superintendent to ensure the work in the field is staying on schedule; that jobsite safety is being maintained, and daily reports are written
  • Participates in OAC meetings – Project Management should be running these meetings
  • Sets up and chairs regular Project Manager meetings and documents through meeting minutes
  • Coordinates work activities with staff
  • Properly maintains, updates, and files project documents
  • Manages all construction documents
  • Oversees the closeout and job completion documentation
  • Demonstrates full knowledge of the owner contract and responsibilities of the agreement
  • Demonstrates full knowledge of the subcontracts and purchase orders executed for the project
  • Acts as the primary liaison between the Owner, Design Team, and other stakeholders
  • Trains, mentors, and educates the Project Engineers and Assistant Project Managers working under them on the project
  • Continually analyzes and mitigates the project risk
  • Participates in RFQ/RFP responses as needed
  • Participates in project interviews as required
  • Assists with finding and developing future job opportunities
  • Adheres to the company’s safety policies to create a safe work environment
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Note: Assistant Project Manager roles and responsibilities would be similar to the Project Manager, but they may only handle a portion of the PM responsibilities on larger projects.

Desired Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or Engineering preferred or the equivalent work experience
  • Strong computer experience including Microsoft Word and Excel required
  • VISTA accounting and project management software experience preferred
  • Must maintain a valid driver’s license and clean driving record
  • Must have a good work ethic, and the ability to understand and carry out written or verbal instructions
  • Excellent communication
  • Ability to work in a team environment

Assistant Project Manager – Capable of handling a project up to $2,500,000. Generally, an APM would handle a bigger piece of larger project and assume some of the workload of the lead Project Manager.

Project Manger Level 1 – Capable of handling a project/projects up to $10,000,000 with minimal oversight

Project Manager Level 2 – Capable of handling a project/projects up to $25,000,000 with minimal oversight

Project Manager Level 3 – Capable of handling a project/projects up to $50,000,000 with minimal oversight.


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