Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Review and modify original job budget established by the estimating department.
Review budget with job superintendent and General Manger for input and revisions.
Develop a preliminary job schedule for the project.
Review schedule with superintendent and General Manager for input and revisions.
Update job schedule at least once per month with input from superintendent.
Review construction means and methods with superintendent to improve job performance.
Purchase major equipment and material.
Negotiate major subcontractor agreements for the project.
Monitor the submittal, shop drawing, and purchase order process to insure timely delivery of equipment and materials.
Manage execution of contracts, bonds, insurance certificates, contract compliance, etc.
Manage preparation of extra work proposals and major change orders.
Monitor budgets, schedules, cost reports and job progress and review with superintendent on a weekly basis.
Visit project sites as needed to review effectiveness of site supervision, job progress, quality of work and safety on the job.
Manage change orders, extra work orders, disputed claims, with owner and owner’s representative to a successful conclusion.
Resolve major disputes with vendor and subcontractor.
Develop submittals and perform shop drawing review
Control of document distribution
Process payment requisitions through the owner and his/her representative.
Mentor the development of job superintendents and provide feedback on performance.
Keep the senior management staff of the company appraised of job performance and any major conflicts or issues to be resolved.
Generate verbal and written communications required to meet administrative requirements of jobs.
Monitor the planning for safety on the job, application of safety rules, regulations, and programs applicable to individual job sites.
Develop costs proposals and assist with estimating projects.
Maintain a positive image of company with vendors, subs, clients and teammates.
Manage multiple jobs that may account for $5M to $10M in annual volume.
Core Competencies
Proven ability to excel in a fast-paced environment.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of team.
Outstanding attention to detail.
Strong interpersonal (tact, diplomacy, influence, motivation) skills.
Ability to work with and manage multiple teammates.
Thorough knowledge of contract language.
Thorough understanding of job cost reporting, billing and payable procedures.
Supervisory Responsibility
This position is responsible for the oversight of teammates and is responsible for the performance management of those teammates.

Position Type
This is a full-time, exempt position.

Travel is primarily limited to Northeast jobsite locations.

Education and Experience
Minimum of 5-7 years’ experience within the construction industry required
A bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Construction Management is preferred but not required.
Experience with Timberline PM Software highly preferred
Experience with Schedule software and logic highly preferred