The Project Manager is the administrator of an assigned project responsible for managing multiple aspects of the jobs with the input/help of the superintendents. They coordinate all aspects of the job.
Including personnel, safety, payroll, changes, and ensure all paperwork is in order. They communicate with the Operation Manager during all phases of a project. They work within the scope of Project Management's designated duties and responsibilities as listed on Job Description.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Develop the Production Plan which requires knowing all aspects of a project.
Must have a complete understanding of the scope of work.
Must have a complete understanding of the perimeter edge and rise wall and details of how they will function in the assembly.
Proper staffing for the project.
Develop an accurate material list. Order materials as needed for continuity of the project. Keep in mind the billing cycles for stored materials.
Monitor job cost vs percent completed. Provide feedback to Superintendents and Operations Manager to ensure job comes in on budget and on time.
Ensure quality pre-construction meetings are held for all projects and team is aware of ground plan TO DEFINE SUCCESS and post cons to ensure lessons learned.
Concentrate on training and growing the knowledge of your superintendents on every aspect of the steps involved with running an efficient job from pre-start to completion.
Report and document to the Sales Reps, job conditions that are outside of our scope of work.
We offer Company Benefits
We offer a Competitive Salary
FW Walton is an Equal Employment Opportunity. Our company is a Drug Free Workplace. Drug screens will be conducted on all new hires.
All candidates must be authorized to work in the U.S.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
Must keep a positive attitude.
Must be able to 'walk' a job understand what needs to be done in order to provide guidance and expertise to crew.
Must be able to work at a fast pace.
Must be very organized and detailed.
Must be able to multi task.
Maintain a clean driving record to satisfy the company’s requirements of insurability.
Solve issues / problems that arise within scope of responsibility.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Certificate in Previous field work in a leadership role required.
Experience in Construction OSHA Safety Requirements.
7 year(s) required in Roofing / Construction.
5 year(s) required in leading people.
5 year(s) required in managing multifaceted projects.