Construction Project Manager
Employment Type: Full-Time
JRM is a Construction Management and General Contracting firm headquartered in New York City specializing in commercial interiors nationwide. JRM prides itself on accountability, diversity, teamwork and excellence. The companyâ€™s successful growth has led to the opening of an additional East and West Coast office, as well as introducing a Core & Shell division.
The Project Manager is a key figure of the project team; responsible for the overall success of a project. The incumbent must possess excellent leadership skills, as well as be able to successfully set, observe and re-evaluate project priorities frequently.
ResponsibilitiesResponsible for overseeing the efforts of all project activities and personnel;Coordinate with Estimating Department to formulate award schedule for trades during pre-construction;Acquire a thorough understanding of project requirements and objectives; review all project documents, including drawings, specifications, contracts, scope of work, and construction schedule;Coordinate and facilitate both internal and building kick-off meeting with all key participants;Prepare and issue project documents including progress reports, detailed project schedule updates, and financial/budget updates;Initiate periodic meetings and other forms of communication with project team members and/or client as appropriate, to acquaint them with unresolved problems and to ensure an adequate degree of coordination as needed between disciplines;Forecast and track the amount of labor, managerial and material costs necessary to complete a project;Perform project status reviews by monitoring project schedule, submittal/RFI logs and open itemsMonitor project scope for changes affecting budget and/or schedule; identifies cause, advises client and negotiates changes in fee as appropriate;Manage project budget, minimize and track expenses; provide finance reporting as needed;Ensure timely and accurate invoicing, monitor receivables for project as well as subcontractor pay schedule;Ensure subcontractors provide certificates of insurance that meet contractual requirements prior to mobilization;Resolve subcontractor claims during subcontractor close-out period;Ensure punchlist completion and Department of Buildings sign off;Organize and deliver project close-out/As-Built documents.
QualificationsAt least five years of relevant experience as a Project Manager, preferably in interior, high-end commercial general contractingMust have a proven record of managing complex projects in occupied spacesMust have strong client relations skills and a collaborative dispositionDemonstrate proficiency in reading commercial construction plans and specifications10-Hour OSHA Construction Safety and Health Certification is a plus but not required4-Hour Supported Scaffold User Certification is a plus but not required
Computer SystemsMicrosoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook), Procore (preferred but not required), and Timberline (preferred but not required)
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