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Project Manager

Construction Innovations Corporate

This is a Contract position in Lexington, KY posted December 19, 2021.

OverviewConstruction Innovations is seeking a dynamic, customer-focused leader to serve as a Project Manager.

The Project Manager provides leadership to front-line field supervisors and project management team members on multiple projects for multiple clients.

The ideal candidate will have the ability to effectively balance the needs of the customers, field team and project team, while still maintaining a long-range vision of their projects.ResponsibilitiesInclude, but are not limited to the following:Review project contracts, plans, and specifications, and comment on the design, scheduling, possible cost savings measures, and potential construction issues or concerns.Define project scope.Plan and coordinate all aspects of the construction process, including hiring subcontractors and working with engineers and clients.Develop new and improve existing standards, templates, procedures and guidelines.Prepare and manage all project documentation, including submittals, progress reports, and other exhibits.Review subcontractor bids for conformity to contract requirements and determine acceptable bids.Establish and grow relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Develop and manage project schedule, and ensure synchronization with customer and other trades.Identify and define change scope and communicate cost impacts for change requests.Examine estimates, budgets, costs and financial reporting; interpret and analyze reports.Provide feedback on progress of project and budget to staff and management.Effectively resolve complaints and issues.Train and manage Assistant Project ManagersDirect, coordinate, and motivate employees to achieve goals and objectivesTravel to project job site as often as the project requiresQualificationsInclude, but are not limited to the following:Minimum 3 years work experience in construction, manufacturing, and/or engineering industriesMinimum 1 year supervisory experience managing direct reportsBasic knowledge of electrical systems and their componentsThorough knowledge of construction cost, scheduling, estimating, purchasing and engineering principles and techniquesProven written and verbal communication abilitiesDemonstrated leadership and interpersonal skillsStrong computer skills (Microsoft Excel, Word, Email, Technical Writing and Scheduling software)Ability to read, understand and interpret contract documents, drawings, specifications, scopes of work and project scheduleUndergraduate degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or related field is preferredPHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:Ability to verbally communicate: convey detailed and accurate instructions and information.Ability to hear with or without correction in order to receive and interpret detailed information.Required to sit at a desk work station for long periods of time.Push, pull, lift, and carry at least 10 pounds.Frequently required to walk and stand.

This position may involve infrequent site visits which will require the ability to walk on uneven surfaces, climb stairs and wear appropriate personal protective equipment.Required to have visual acuity with or without correction in order to read contract documents, analyze data, view a computer monitor, and proof read documents to identify errors.Required to use fingers and hands: type using a computer keyboard, handle, feel, and reach.May occasionally be required to stoop, kneel, and crouch.WORK ENVIRONMENT:The Project Manager spends most of their time in an office environment, but may occasionally spend time at the company’s manufacturing plant, or at the project site.

The office is an open and collaborative space where you will work both independently and with the team.

When at the plant, you will be in a more traditional manufacturing environment, with higher noise levels and frequent movement of people and equipment.

When on-site, you will be in a construction environment, which may be in fairly remote rural locations, and where you may encounter extreme weather conditions.PI155708282