CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER I - PAGE 1
Oversees all aspects of new construction; Coordinates zoning regulations; Convenes zoning hearings; Communicates with community representatives, citizen groups, and municipal governments; Resolves any environmental issues, and sub-surface issues
Oversees sewage, water, gas, foundations and installations;
Inspects the daily work of contractors and subcontractors;
Inspects work to ensure completion of work and compliance with specifications and regulations of governing authorities; Meets with specification writer, draftsperson, architect, contractors, governmental representatives, subcontractors and interested parties to review proposed work;
Resolves routine contractor-related problems and reports serious problems to the Development Manager and Director of Development;
Maintains detailed records for all employees on construction site;Prepares and maintains weekly production projectreports; Maintains necessary records and unit files for each project; Maintains detailed records on all units inspected;
Develops detailed scopes of work, cost estimates, develops technical construction specifications for modernization projects and maintains inspection and warranty records;
Represents the agency at pre-bid, pre-construction, construction progress and close-out meetings;
Meets with contractors to resolve issues and problems including warranty-related problems;
Uses sound and independent judgment to respond to problem situations;
Maintains a safe work environment and exhibits safe work practices;
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Supervision Received: Receives direct supervision from the Development Manager
Supervision Given: None
High school diploma or GED. Post high-school education or technical training in construction technology or management or equivalent experience in a primary trade. Five years' experience on a highly responsible level in all aspects of construction work; Experience performing construction inspections or any equivalent combination of education, training or experience which results in the required knowledge, skills or abilities as determined by the Human Resources Department.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, and ABILITIES
Demonstrated ability to schedule and manage construction work; Extensive knowledge of residential construction; Demonstrated ability to read and interpret construction drawings for existing structures and new construction; Knowledge of new construction; Demonstrated ability to read Computer Aided Drawings (CAD), blueprints and specifications. Demonstrated ability to prepare scopes of work, work write ups, specifications and cost estimates; Demonstrated ability to accurately document work and maintain detailed records; Demonstrated knowledge of all applicable city, state, local and BOCA codes, etc. and HUD standards and construction practices; Ability to work with persons from all socio-economic backgrounds. Ability to work independently and as a member of a team. Computer proficiency mandatory especially in all programs of the Microsoft office suite, notably MicrosoftOutlook, Word and Excel.
Valid driver's license with insurable driving record.
Experience in new construction;
Ability to create Computer Aided Drawings (CAD)
Ability to tolerate prolonged sitting at a computer, prolonged bending, stretching, squatting, climbing and extensive walking and lifting heavy objects of at least 50 lbs.