Elmington Property Management, LLC
  • Austin, TX, USA
  • Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY

The Senior Construction Project Manager is responsible for managing the schedule, budget, quality, safety and relationships of construction projects in partnership with the Superintendent. This position plans and coordinates all aspects of the construction process to effectively manage the risk at hand. This includes managing subcontractors, supervising Assistant Project Managers and other project personnal, contract negotiations, client expectations, dispute resolution, estimating/pricing, material procurement and schedule production.

 

Elmington is comprised of multiple locations and lines of business that are operated as their own living, breathing corporation.  They have income and expenses, debt and a bottom line - all of which we will look to you to help optimize through your role. Along with this responsibility comes a very high level of expectations. We are asking you to be an integral part of a multi-million dollar company. At Elmington, you will be pushed to Forget The Ordinary & Think Like an Owner.  Every day.

 

To be an effective Elmington teammate, you will need to:

  • Have a great attitude
  • Have high expectations
  • Think BEYOND the box
  • Work with passion
  • Have a tireless work ethic
  • Be confident
  • Be self-sufficient and self-motivated
  • Take pride in your work
  • Be a good listener
  • Offer a solution with every problem
  • Go above and beyond for everyone you support

 

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:

  • Business acumen
  • Communication proficiency
  • Ethical conduct
  • Leadership & navigation
  • Relationship management
  • Performance management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Complies with safe working conditions and OSHA compliance for all construction projects
  • Works with Superintendent to develop logistics planning for projects to facilitate safety, construction operations, material delivery, jobsite security, inclusion/protection/consideration of the public and local authorities
  • Establishes overall bid packaging and bid alternates strategy for projects, coordinates with Project Executive and coordinates issuance of early release packages as required to support project schedule
  • Communicates drawing completion level expectations to design team for various design milestones
  • Reviews documents for completeness; verifies that previously accepted cost management suggestions are incorporated, and provides constructability and check-set review comments to design team to ensure quality
  • Prepares and updates subcontractor/vendor list as necessary
  • Identifies, cultivates and attracts new subcontractors and vendors as well as develops, maintains and enhances relationships
  • Demonstrates knowledge of subs in various trades and regions
  • Prepares Bid Packages to Bidders, communicates packaging, pricing breakdown, alternates, etc. to bidders
  • Issues bid invitations to subs / vendors
  • Ensures adequate bid coverage for each trade package (receipt of 3 bids minimum, 4 to 5 preferred), generates interest and get commitments on sub participation and obtains local participation to meet project needs
  • Performs / manages document distribution
  • Ensures complete inventory of documents, distributes plans, specifications and all other pertinent documents to subcontractors and ensures sub information needs are met
  • Leads pre-bid conferences and/or perform jobsite visits as required
  • Prepares clear, properly formatted, conceptual and detailed take-offs for all CSI divisions (simple thru complex)
  • Addresses questions to architects / engineers for clarification
  • Obtains and incorporates adequate costs in estimate to match contract terms and maximize profits (self-performed work, special conditions, labor burden, insurances, permits, bonds, taxes, licenses, contingency, fees, etc.) and coordinates with Project Executive and/or Senior Project Manager
  • Requests bid bonds on bid jobs, if applicable
  • Prepares clear, properly formatted, Bid Scope Worksheets and reviews Bid Scope Worksheets prepared by others for coordination
  • Analyzes / scopes subcontractor and vendor bids
  • Verifies proper and complete scope, establish consistency between bids to allow evaluation of apparent low bidder; coordinate scope with other trade packages
  • Leads scope review with subcontractors and insures confirmation
  • Ensures that all work scope items from scope review are included in estimate and that cost trail from bids to Bid Scope Worksheets to estimate is clear and correct
  • Obtains all applicable Permits with local & state codes and authorities
  • Develops and maintains the project plan by producing summary status reports, issuing monthly projections, and change orders, change proposals/pricing for both the owner and the subcontractor(s)
  • Creates/monitors pay applications and cash flow in an effort to manage the budget
  • Develops all project administration, correspondence, letters etc.
  • Develops industry relationships and expands professional networks that have potential to generate future sales opportunities
  • Maintains the Job Cost Report, ledgers, and budget
  • Oversees the work of assistant project managers, field personnel, and administrative positions
  • Participates in delivering training for other project and field staff
  • Manages all submittal approvals, RFIs, RFP, CCDs, & PCOs
  • Coordinates delivery of material and supplies to job sites
  • Maintains designer relations
  • Performs additional duties as assigned

 

SPECIFIC EDUCATION OR EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor's degree in Business Management, Building Science, Construction Management or Civil Engineering is preferred, though can be substituted with experience
  • Minimum of 10 years related construction experience
  • Commercial Construction experience preferred
  • OSHA 30 Hour preferred

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Frequently sit, stand and walk
  • Regularly required to talk or hear
  • Frequently required to use hands or fingers to handle or feel objects, tools or controls
  • Occasionally required to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
  • Frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
  • Vision abilities to include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and the ability to adjust focus
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate
  • Occasional requirements to work at elevated heights and in confined spaces
  • Temperature in the workplace is typically moderate, though the ability to withstand seasonal cold and heat of the outdoors is necessary

 

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

Travel may be required dependent upon specific assignments.

 

The Elmington Experience

We're creating a different kind of company at Elmington.  We promise we will never be ordinary, which we hope you can see by this job description.  There will be many days you simply aren't comfortable.  You will be pushed to accomplish more than you ever thought possible.  You will be challenged by your team leader and your peers to achieve more and to find better ways.  With that said, we know Elmington is not for everyone.  BUT, if you believe in yourself, enjoy a challenge and appreciate working with exceptional people, then Elmington could very well be the last company you ever work for.   

 

 

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