Project Manager (Eng)
US-OH-Alliance | US-OH-Toledo | US-OH-Columbus
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The following duties are typical of the position, but are not all encompassing. Responsibilities include those required to deliver quality service on schedule and within budget in a team environment.
Coordinates single or multi discipline projects of small to medium size.
Directly accountable for adherence to timetable and financial success of the project.
Responsible for preparation of fee proposal and contract negotiations with client with input from PIC.
Establishes project scope of work in coordination with Discipline Captains and Department Managers including: planning of work, design concepts/design direction, determining discipline type and amount of tasks to be performed, communicates to DM staff capabilities to fit specific project needs.
Prepares the plan, establishes control procedures, monitors progress, and takes corrective action as may be required.
Prepares project budget and work schedule to serve as a "measuring stick" of progress.
Develops budget for "out-of-pocket" expenses.
Follows established procedures to effectively administer project (i.e., construction cost estimating, correspondence, document control, etc.).
Contracts for outside consultants/services as needed.
Interfaces with political subdivision inspection and regulatory agencies.
Communicates client requirements to each discipline.
Coordinates meetings and establishes all paper flow and document control with client, contractors, regulatory agencies and others involved.
Monitors progress of project, reviews work accomplished and monitors construction budget costs.
Reviews and approves client billings.
Participates in client contact and business development activities.
Responsible for the collection of past due amounts with assistance from the PIC or accounting as needed.
May assist in the training or mentoring of other Project Managers to familiarize them with SSOE or the client specific requirements.
Follows established change management procedures to document and receive authorization for project change orders in a timely manner.
May travel to other SSOE facilities and/or client locations for coordination purposes or to provide training.
Valid driver's license required. May be waived for international assignments.
Bachelor or Masters Degree in Engineering preferred or any equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Registration, including CAPM or PMP Certification, preferred.
Five (5) years experience, in design and construction industry, with at least two (2) years in Project Management.
Ability to effectively manage the financial aspects of a project.