The Project Manager (PM) typically handles the day-to-day management responsibilities of one or more projects. The PM works closely with the Superintendent, the Project Engineer(s), the Project Coordinatator and the Project Accountant on a daily basis. A PM’s responsibilities generally continue through the project’s duration and include:
- Reviews project plans,
- Develops the project schedule;
- Establishes project scope of work;
- Identifies long lead items;
- Participates in project kickoff, pre-construction, construction, and RFP meetings;
- Project set-up;
- Selects vendors, negotiates and awards subcontracts and major purchase orders;
- Reviews all project documents;
- Issues owner insurance requirements, construction documents and drawings, subcontractor documents, permits, billings, and close out documents;
- Works closely with the Superintendent to detect errors and omissions on plans, specification, submittals and shop drawings, and insures all policies and procedures are followed;
- Negotiates change orders;
- Maintains the company’s relationship with the owner, project architect and other consultants while encouraging other team members to develop and maintain relationships;
- Accounts for profitability, schedule compliance, field and office quality assurance, customer satisfaction and repeat business;
- Coordinates and prepares the Jobsite Meeting Minutes;
- Establishes residential division turnover and warranty procedures.
- Based in Orange County but able to travel to job sites throughout Southern California.
- Minimum 5 years experience as a GC Project Manager.
- Microsoft Office 2007 or later.
- Scheduling software experience.
- Hospitality or high density multi-family unit project background.
- Full Medical
- Life and 401K plans
- Education reimbursement (upon relevant coursework)
R.D. Olson Construction is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, or presence of a non-job related medical condition or disability. If an offer of employment is made, proof of authorization to work in the U.S. and/or U.S. citizenship must be provided. All applicants may be subjected to a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening or background check.