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Electrical Project Manager

Company: Jobot
Location: Charlotte
Posted on: August 7, 2022

Job Description:

Electrical Project Manager needed in the Greater Charlotte Area

This Jobot Job is hosted by: David Rocha
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Salary: $90,000 - $140,000 per hour

A bit about us:

We are committed to exceeding our clients expectations. We add value to our clients through our passionate team committed to achieving excellence and creating relationships built to last. We know our associates are our best asset. Therefore, we invest in our associates by providing skilled training programs and opportunities for professional growth. By creating a culture based on safety, teamwork and trust; our associates have the confidence, training and knowledge to build a successful and long-lasting career.

Why join us?

Competitive pay with great Benefits including Health, Dental and Vision. PTO and Holiday Pay. 401k etc...

Job Details

General Position Summary

We are seeking a dynamic, experienced and passionate Project Manager. Join our outstanding team of skilled project managers and our operations team to build exciting projects making an imprint on the community for future generations.

Accountable for the management of assigned projects including the installation, performance, profitability, and ultimately adding value to multiple projects.
Performs all work within an established time frame and ensures that work is done in conformance with quality work standards, projected man-hours, within established Company guidelines and regulatory compliance requirements.
Schedules, participates in and/or conducts project meetings.
Manage the project, supervisors and workers in accordance with the policies and procedures established.
Collaborate with Human Resources in the recruitment of a qualified and skilled workforce
Responsibilities-

Pre-Construction

Directly responsible for planning/preparing all contract administration, executing and directing project activities, and developing or maintaining client relationships.
Responsible for job setup including but not limited to: Creating job cost budget, creating Schedule of Values, re-estimate, review and executing subcontracts, review and executing purchase orders with accurate BOMs, etc.
Responsible for pricing and procuring subcontractor packages related to scope of work. PM is responsible for ensuring that subcontractor scopes are consistent with documents (drawings, specs, bid package) and that subcontractor is capable of completing work.
Responsible for pricing and procuring major material packages (particularly Switchgear, Lighting and Commodities) related to scope of work. PM is responsible for ensuring that subcontractor scopes are consistent with documents (drawings, specs, bid package) and that subcontractor is capable of completing work.
Responsible for procuring, submitting and managing submittal process related to scope of work.
VDC/BIM

General oversight for VDC/BIM related to specific project.
Work with Project Operations Manager and VDC/BIM Manager to create a VDC/BIM plan for the project including, but not limited to, layout lead, schedule for coordination and schedule for drawings.
Assist Superintendent with BIM layout efforts for prior to the project.
Review drawings regularly with VDC/BIM Manager and Superintendent throughout process to ensure quality control in terms of content and constructability.
Pre-Fabrication

Work with Superintendent, Construction Resources Director and Project Operations Manager to create and maintain pre-fabrication plan for the project
Work with Superintendent on managing delivery of pre-fabrication assemblies and installation schedule
Constantly explore opportunities for pre-fabrication in all pieces of work
Material Management / Jobsite Logistic

Oversight and responsibility for creating and maintaining material management and logistics plan related to current project(s). This includes defining and managing each piece of the process including, but not limited to, determining material needs, ordering material, receiving material and organizing material.
Responsible for ensuring a quality control plan to ensure all material meets project specifications.
Work with Superintendent, Field Operations Manager and Project Operations Manager to develop materials management and jobsite logistic plan prior to the project starting
Work with Superintendent, Field Operations Manager and Project Operations Manager and Vendor Partners to implement plan and adjust plan throughout the course of the job.
Responsible for procuring, managing and maintaining equipment on project including, but not limited to, company vehicles, equipment rentals, company tools and leased tools
Scheduling

Oversight and responsibility for creating and maintaining schedule related to current project(s). This includes organization of current crews and manpower projections throughout the project.
Work with Superintendent, Field Operations Manager and Project Operations Manager to develop field organization chart for project
Work with Superintendent and Field Operation Manager to update schedule and manpower projection weekly.
Subcontractor Management

General oversight of all subcontractor s scope of work
Responsibility for ensuring all submittal deliverables are completed in a timely manner
Responsible for monitoring subcontractor s manpower to meet project schedule
Responsible for ensuring all subcontractor work is being executed to meet all project requirements
Responsible for managing the billing process for individual subcontractors
Safety

Work with Superintendent to create and maintain Safety plan related to current project(s). This includes defining and managing each piece of the process including, but not limited to, daily reports, PPE management, accident management, etc.
Work with Superintendent Onsite Safety Manager to develop safety plan specific to project
Work with Superintendent, Field Operation Manager, Onsite Safety Manager, Foreman's to ensure that project is adhering to both the project-specific safety plan and our company standards.
Quality Control

Work with Project Superintendent to create and maintain QA/QC plan related to current project(s). This includes defining and managing each piece of the process including, but not limited to, specification and code compliance, internal punch list management, general contractor punch list management and owner/design team punch list management
Work with Project Superintendent and Onsite QA/QC Manager to develop QA/QC plan for a project
Work with Project Superintendent, Field Operation Manager and QA/QC manager to ensure that project is adhering to both project specific QA/QC plan and our company standards, testing and documentation
Responsible for reviewing and analyzing project documents; plans and specifications; directing construction activities; resolving construction challenges; coordinating field installations and project closings; and developing and maintaining client relationships, all within project cost, time and quality standards.
Material and Equipment Tracking Procurement
Preparation of RFI (Request For Information)
Cost/Change Management

Review, price and manage all project scope and coordination changes. Ensure that all pricing is submitted in a manner that meets our needs, GC and owner standards for the project.
Track and follow-up on status of open change orders.
Prepare and submit WIP review with operations management team monthly progress and cost tracking reports, including "cost to complete estimates". These reports should be in the format specified by operations management, must be professional and accurate, and must show good management skills.
Project Managers are expected to understand and be able to speak to the following monthly:
Job set up - complete and correct.
Contract amount and contract billings
Approved and pending change orders
Costs to date - correct job, correct task code
Hours to date / Hours to complete, manpower projections
% billed vs. contract; % of hours used vs. estimated hours; % total direct cost to date vs. total estimated cost.
Purchase Orders
Estimate of project completion date
Review any issues with regard to open Accounts Receivable
Monthly manpower projections
Key schedule milestones (Underground Start, Steel Start, Permanent Power, Conditioned Air).
Externally

Develop relationships and build the trust of owners, owner representatives, architects, engineers, trade contractors, vendors and others who are associated with project related activities.
Serves on various committees and participates in special trade-related activities and events.
Qualifications

BS/Construction Management or equivalent studies/experience
5-10 years of experience in Project Management with an Electrical Contractor
Proven people management, process management, and performance management skills
Knowledge of financial software, accounting practices, change order pricing, and billings
Strong budget tracking, labor tracking, and scheduling skills
Ability to review drawings for change order pricing and material procurement
Proficiency in information analyzation and budget setup
Strong written, communication and problem-solving skills
Ability to multi-task and recollect past projects
Spectrum experience a plus
Estimation software a plus
Experience in the electrical field a plus
Leadership skills - ability to motivate other team members
Functions effectively as part of a team
Self-Motivated by inner goals
Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality at all times..... click apply for full job details

Keywords: Jobot, Charlotte , Electrical Project Manager, Executive , Charlotte, North Carolina

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