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  • Project Manager - Commercial Construction

    MSI General
    Job Description
    We are looking for a Commercial Construction Project Manager to join team! MSI General offers Single Source Responsibility to design and build all types of facility solutions for our clients. We consistently deliver excellence in design, in estimating and in construction management. 

    Position Description
    The Project Manager assumes the responsibility for bringing a project to completion on time and in budget, balancing the customers and MSI General's needs for a mutually successful project. This position ensures all team members, owners, subcontractors and consultants are kept informed and updated on job progress. The Project Manager works with team members, making adjustments as necessary and forecasting upcoming critical events.
     
    Basic Qualifications - Required:
    • B.S. degree in Construction Management, Engineering or advanced training for Project Management through accredited sources.
    • Successful experience as a Superintendent or Project Manager on multiple construction projects over 5-7 years
    • Demonstrated abilities to manage complex projects and work with multiple superintendents and owners while maintaining profitability on projects
    • Demonstrated communication skills and ability to organize the many facets of a project
    • Valid driver’s license
     
    Basic Qualifications - Preferred:
    • OSHA 10 hour safety training
    • Advanced training in Project Management through accredited sources – a plus
    • AP LEED Certification
     
    Primary Responsibilities:
    • Coordinate all pre-construction services on assigned projects, including risk management, municipal approvals, creating and managing project schedules, and working with Estimating during the bidding & project buy-out period
    • Work with the superintendent on site coordination, long lead items and day-to-day project execution
    • Manage priorities & decision making matrix to prevent project delays
    • Timely execution of owner & subcontractor change orders and/or field changes
    • Attend project meetings, and run the core owner meetings from pre-construction to post-construction
    • Actively involved in development of Project Superintendents
     
    Required Knowledge:
    • General knowledge of all aspects of construction a building, including, but not limited to: site work, concrete, masonry, steel enclosure, finishes, and Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing
    • Understanding of safety rules and regulations
    • Knowledge of building codes
    • Understanding of project finance and subcontracting
    • Computer skills in key areas such as Excel spreadsheets, SureTrak, Work, Viewpoint, Outlook etc.
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