Project Manager I

TMG Construction Corporation
Fort Belvoir, VA
May 16, 2019
May 23, 2019
Specialty Trades
Full Time
Position Description TMG's Project Manager I must demonstrate the ability to manage the cradle-to-grave aspects of the entire life-cycle of a commercial and/or institutional design/build project. The position includes an understanding of process management and the ability and agility to perform work that is contracted through a variety of delivery methods that include: indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ), Lump-Sum Contracting, Design/Build and Fast Track contracts. The Project Manager I accomplishes work primarily by means of subcontractors; however the Project Manager I has the capability of managing self-performed construction activities that benefit the project. Manage task order type and design/build projects. Scope of Project Manager I Position Manages all aspects of project management for multiple small projects or a large project with an approximate volume of $2-5 million. Essential Functions of Project Manager I Position Good working knowledge of civil, architectural, mechanical or electrical discipline and a basic understanding of the other disciplines. Good analytical skills and the ability to effectively use a variety of estimating, scheduling and reporting software tools. The ability to effectively communicate with management, subcontractors, customers and peer group. Ability to travel to different jobsites within a designated geographical area. Responsibilities Manage the construction workflow process starting in the project origination phase, to include estimating, negotiation, contracting, buyout, construction administration, financial management and closeout; Meet with Owners and Design Professionals to determine project requirements, manage client satisfaction, and take immediate action to respond to problems and concerns; Acquire and manage all building permits and other regulatory prerequisites; Visit project work sites, clarify scope of work, and prepare cost estimates and proposals; Evaluate projects for constructability and value-engineer cost savings; Establish, monitor, communicate and maintain project schedules utilizing contemporary scheduling software; Develop and implement strategies to self perform and to outsource the various aspects of a project to achieve the projects objectives of price, schedule and quality; Negotiate contracts, subcontracts and purchase orders to assure that all project goals are being addressed; Proactively identify issues that could lead to problems and facilitate solutions; Conduct and document project progress meetings; Determine and implement the appropriate level of project control (ie: submittal logs, change order logs, etc.); Manage project costs to ensure budgets are maintained. Document and manage changes in the work to ensure the interests of all stakeholders in the project are reasonably met; Create and follow up on monthly requisitions to the Owner and maintain a regular dialogue with the project(s) vendors to ensure all financial matters are kept within contract terms; Ensure that all aspects of the project are compliant with all contract terms and legal requirements that govern the project and the community in which the project(s) takes place; Administer client-specific programs, such as CQC, Safety, Environmental Stewardship, etc. Provide timely and cordial interaction with supporting work groups, such as Accounting, HR, ICS, etc. Document substantial completion; manage the project closeout process to ensure timely completion; Provide training, mentoring and coaching to assist and develop other members of the project team; Participate in industry networking functions. Participate in, and encourage staff to seek out life-long learning opportunities and professional development. Minimum Qualifications BS degree in Engineering or Construction Management with 4-7 years of experience with a commercial and/or industrial general contractor or 10 years of directly related experience with no degree; Demonstrated experience estimating and managing self performed work activities and subcontracted work; A good working knowledge of construction means and methods associated with the renovation of commercial and institutional buildings and site work related thereto; High level of proficiency with spreadsheets, email and other software used in the construction industry. A minimum of 3 years of experience in government contracting is preferred Current safety credentials to include OSHA 30 1, First Aid and CPR; Current CQC certification issued by USACE / NAVFAC 1; Professional credentials - either Engineer in Training (EIT), or Associate Constructor (AC) in good standings; 1 US Citizenship required for most positions. 1 A grace period of up to six months may be allowed to obtain stated credentials.