Seattle, WA 98118
Qualifications & skills:
5+ years project management experience in multi-family construction as a general contractor. 10 years of total industry experience.
Bachelor s degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or related field.
LEED, LEAN, AIA, EIT or PE, CHC and / or other related industry accreditations preferred.
Proven ability to manage multi-family projects from budgeting to certificate of occupancy.
Experience with and monitoring of monthly management reports (i.E. Customer satisfaction, schedule, quality control inspections, and budgets).
Proven track record of holding subcontractors accountable to established policies and procedures, quality standards, scheduling criteria, and scopes of work.
Knowledge of and relationships with local subcontractors that translate to our product types.
Stable leadership capabilities with a desire to grow and manage.
Experience in evaluating, hiring, leading and developing teams by coaching, mentoring and motivation.
Driven to find creative business solutions to obstacles where no typical answer exists.
Strong interpersonal skills to communicate with diverse groups of internal and external stakeholders, including:? Strong presentation skills and ability to lead meetings
? Active negotiation skills and the ability to influence others and resolve problems in a positive manner.
? Ability to work with all types of stakeholders: Subordinates, peers, internal ownership, various internal business units, external consultants, public and governmental agencies and adapt/adjust to changing circumstances.
Fosters a collegial environment toward a common goal of delivering a complete project to customers and stakeholders.
Ability to make independent decisions and work with autonomy.
Proven ability to manage multiple projects and priorities effectively.
Self-starter, proactive and creative, takes initiative to address issues.
Capable of being involved in every phase of the project including pre-construction, start-up, and close-out.
Participate in redline review of construction documents including architectural and structural coordination.
Request, review and track value engineering.
Assists with estimate preparation: Send out RFP's, compile and review sub bids, write and/or review bid summaries, prepare project budget
Assist with assembly of the Owner Contract and create contract exhibits.
Review and manage project schedule with project Superintendent.
Project subcontractor and supplier buy-out based on schedule and/or design priorities.
Set-up project job cost phase codes, owner billing Schedule of Values (SOV) and related paperwork for computer entry.
Complete monthly job cost/profitability projections.
Oversight of the Project Engineers (PE) duties including submittal processing, RFI and COR preparation.
Prepare and/or review Change Order Requests (COR) prior to submittal to the Owner.
Negotiate and write subcontractor change orders.
Prepare, in conjunction with accounting, monthly applications for payment to the Owner.
Reviews subcontractor invoices and billings for approval.
Conduct weekly Owner, Architect, Contractor (OAC) meetings, site staff meetings and Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Fire Sprinkler (MEPF) design and coordination meetings.
Resolve issues with subcontractors and suppliers not handled in the field.
Monitor, with Superintendent, project staffing and labor needs during the job progress.
Assist the project team as needed to achieve timely project closeout and turnover while meeting quality expectations.
Strong communicator with PSW management and project team.
Communicates and works closely with safety and quality control team to ensure full compliance on the job site.
Send resume to: rosa.Berry@lkjordan.Com