The Construction Manager plans and oversees the building process of various construction projects from start to finish. Their duties include building and staying within the budget, retrieving the necessary permits to construct in certain communities and communicating the client’s goals for certain projects to the subcontractors and construction worker. They work with clients to understand their construction goals and needs, then build a schedule for their crew to follow. The Construction Manager oversees the entire construction process and ensure everything runs smoothly for the project to be successful. To support this, some of their responsibilities updating clients and company management on the construction status, conducting regular site checks to review the workers’ progress and ensure they are following proper safety standards.
Construction project managers are responsible for the following:
- Collaborate with engineers, architects and other workers in the same project.
- Choose subcontractors and delegate their responsibilities.
- Responsible for any delays, emergencies and problems that can arise.
- Comply with safety and building codes as well as legal requirements.
- Report project progress and budget to client
- Explain contract and technical matters to others in a clear manner.
- Prepare budget and cost estimates, along with work timetables.
The following are requirements that the construction project manager should have to be considered for this position:
- Must have 5-10 years’ experience working in residential and commercial and utility development construction.
- Must have experience working with sub-contractors for dirt work, concrete, asphalt, and underground utilities.
- Experience with scheduling, bidding, and construction contracts.
- Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Microsoft Project
- Benefits Offered
Pay: From $85,000 and up per year DOE
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: From $85,000.00 per year
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Day shift
- One location