Construction Manager
Role and Responsibilities
Construction manager responsible for planning, directing and coordinating activity on construction sites. Overseeing project design, hiring and supervising workers, choosing contractors, and monitoring supplies. In addition, responsible for preparing budgets and estimates, reporting progress to clients, and complying with legal requirements.  
  • Schedules projects sequence, manage project scheduling and allocate appropriate time to ensure deadlines are met and budgets are kept on track
  • Determines labor requirements and controls scope of work
  • Inspects/reviews projects to monitor compliance with building and safety codes, and all other regulations
  • Assist and supports OPS team with duties and responsibilities
  • Responsible for investigating complaints, damage, accidents, or delays at construction sites to ensure proper procedures are being carried out with safety officer
  • Proactively manages and avoids delays, changes and/or disputes
  • Supervises the studies od job specifications to determine appropriate construction methods and to ensure optimum use of design and construction quality
  • Prepares and submits budget estimates and cost tracking records
  • Supervises job cost, billings, schedule of values and change orders
  • In coordination with safety manager and human resources, identifies and initiates safety and compliance training and ongoing education for field personnel
  • Responsible for identifying, coaching and correcting performance issues with direct report personnel in conjunction with human resources and company policy
  • Responsible for effectively communicating budgets, deadlines and other expectations
  • Performs with the most optimal flexibility in contracting and procurement
  • Develops and implements and oversees quality control programs
  • Conducts job performance evaluations for all direct reports
  • Assigns PMs
  • Knowledge of trade
  • Review contract
  • Works closely with Human Resource on personnel needs, performance issues and annual reviews
  • Coordinates employee actions for subordinates to include timecards, vacation evaluations, discipline, and training
  • Develop, implement, train and enforce on Operations Standards
Qualifications and Education Requirements
  • Bachelor's Degree or 10 + years of relevant experience
  • Ability to follow Standard Operating Procedures
  • Ability to read and write English
  • Strong communication skills
  • Self-motivated
  • Detail oriented
  • Able to work individually and in group setting
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Demonstrate understanding of the principles of marketing and advertising cost-effectiveness, including market sector targeting, product offer development, features-benefits-solutions selling, etc
  • Must be a very competent writer of business letters, quotations and proposals
  • Ability to resolve issues constructively
Preferred Skills
  • Experience in the construction industry
  • Prolog
  • BlueBeam
  • Timberline
Additional Notes
  • Willing to step in and assist other company departments
  • This job has supervisory responsibility of the Operations Department.