Purpose and Scope: The purpose of the Project Manager is to oversee work in progress for jobs assigned to him/her and to ensure that it is completed in a timely and profitable manner. This newly added project manager position will work collaboratively with others to provide the seamless working environment required to meet customer and company needs.
Responsibilities: Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Ensure that field managers schedule manpower and materials as needed to meet schedule and cost goals
- Start-up and close-out of jobs
- Process submittals
- Obtain the necessary drawings
- Review contract
- Submit purchase orders for all HVAC and plumbing equipment
- Provide job schedules and values
- Obtain the proper and necessary permits
- Attend progress meetings and provide updates and coordinate schedules with other manager
- Track, document and incorporate change orders into contracts
- Supply assembly operation maintenance data to owners as well as other drawings and training information
- Conduct regular site visits and assess progress, problem solve and provide support to field personnel as needed
- Coordinate owner training sessions
- Assess performance of assigned employees
Initially, the Project Manager will report directly to the Sr. Project Manager.
Education and Training: Management training preferable but not required
Technical Requirements: Basic Microsoft Office Application Skills necessary (Word, Excel, etc.)
Experience: Prior field experience and/or knowledge of the field essential. Supervisory and management experience is preferable. Communication skills and good organizational skills
Additional Skills or Requirements: Valid Virginia Driver’s License required along with an acceptable driving record as defined by our insurer.
Hours: 45-47 per week
Must be able to perform basic tasks consistent with an office environment including but not limited to sitting at a desk for long periods of time, bending, crouching or kneeling to access files from ground level to 4.5 feet above the ground, pushing/pulling of file drawers, reaching in all directions and working at a computer and/or telephone for prolonged periods of time. The following capabilities are required but not limited to: able to see for purposes of reading instructions, labels and other printed matter; ability to operate computer hardware and peripheral devices; able to hear and understand speech at normal levels in person and/or on the telephone; able to communicate verbally so others will be able to clearly understand a normal conversation in person and/or on the telephone.