Senior Project Manager
Springfield, MO, US
Overall Position Summary:
Senior Project Managers are to be responsible for specific initiatives and projects that are delegated from the Regional Operations Manager. Their role is to facilitate the completion of a project, perform project risk assessments, ensure safety standards are being met, accurate job cost reporting and forecasting, and that operational policy and procedures are being followed by coordinating the activities of project managers, assistant project managers, site superintendents assigned to their projects. Senior Project Managers will assist the Regional Operations Manager in building a team of employees, each with their own core role in accomplishing a project, then develop ways for team members to interact and report progress. Senior Project Managers will delegate tasks to individual Project Managers, setting clear standards for their work that they’ll use to integrate each task into a completed project.
Senior project manager will also be responsible to assist in project development on projects assigned to them by the Regional Operations Manager. Senior Project managers are expected to assist by being a resource for project developers for project scopes, bid packages, site walkthroughs, etc. Senior Project Manager may in coordination with the Regional Operation Manager assist in delegating operational resources to further assist in project development (i.e., Project Managers, Assistant Project Managers, Site Superintendents).
Dependent on company need and work load a Senior Project Manager may be required to run a specific project as the main and primary contact for the project.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or related field, or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
- Proficiency in ProCore and Microsoft Project to manage all components of the project.
- Proficiency in computer applications, preferably Microsoft Office.
- Project Management Experience include large projects experience 5 Million +.
- 15 years minimum experience running large and multiple projects.
- Proven ability to execute projects.
- Strong fundamental knowledge of budget setup, management and tracking.
- Proven track record of proactive approach to problem resolution and issues management.
- Demonstrated relationship skills: seen by the Field personnel as a leader in the management of the project and proactively support the Field in the short and long term planning/management of the project.
- Proficient in running project-related meetings, including Progress, OAC, and preinstallation meetings.
- Proven consistent track record of leading successful projects/project management.
- Proven success in coaching, mentoring and leading CTS Site Superintendents.
- While performing the duties of this job, the associate is frequently required to stand, walk, use hands to handle objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms. The associate is occasionally required to climb or balance and stoop or kneel.
- The associate is required to travel to multiple jobsite throughout the week and depending on project location in relation to the associate’s home base, requires the ability to stay overnight.
- Must be able to walk jobsite, climb ladder’s, walk scaffolding.
- The position requires work in an office environment. However, while performing the day to day duties of this job, the associate may work in outside weather conditions.
- The associate frequently works near moving mechanical parts.
- The associate occasionally works in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposes to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock, and vibration.
- The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Weekly/Biweekly/ Monthly Responsibilities:
- Assist ROM in development of Project Managers /Assistant Project Managers/ Site Superintendents and by contributing to their performance evaluation.
Daily Activities on Job Site Visits:
- Visit job sites minimum of once every 2 weeks.
- Review Job Cost Reports with project managers to ensure accurate job costing and forecasting with a goal to be with in 3-6 % of revenue projections.
- Review Job Cost Reports with Regional Operations Manager.
- Perform a Safety Audit of each job site once a month
- Meet one on one with the Regional Operations Manager and provide project progress report on each project.
- Attend at minimum (1) project coordination meeting a month for each project for both the subcontractors and client meeting.
- Perform 1 on 1 meetings with your Project Managers , Assistant Project Managers and Site Superintendents. The goal of this meeting is career development, establishing and evaluation goals, building comradery, and to discuss improvement measures.
As needed Activities:
- Meet with the client and assess client satisfaction on each job site visit. Preferably meet with them 1 on 1 without the onsite project manager to allow for more transparent communication.
- Perform a QA/QC walkthrough of the project and have the onsite project manager or site superintendent see report and action plan of findings and log into construction management software.
- Review billing, job cost reporting and perform risk assessment of project financials. Report any concerns to the Regional Operations Manager.
- Review project schedule and project management software with the project manager and ensure they are being kept up to date.
- Provide support for project managers as issues arise on projects.
- Attend important project meetings such as special contractors’ meetings, client meetings, or board meetings.
- Provide necessary onsite project management in cases where a project manager cannot make it to the job site or is on vacation.
- Provide and participate in training monthly on safety, project management software, vista and job cost reporting, etc. to project managers, assistant project managers and site superintendents.
- Competitive Compensation.
- Paid Holidays, Paid Sick Leave, and Paid Time Off.
- Competitive Medical, Dental and Vision Plans.
- 401k Retirement Plan with Matching Employer Contributions (%).
- Employer Sponsored Life Insurance and AD&D Insurance.
- Employer Paid Short and Long Term Disability Insurance.
- Continued Education and Trade Certification Sponsorship (Specific Positions).
- Company Branded Trucks Provided (Specific Positions).