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Construction Project Manager - WWTP

Dallas, TX
Currently seeking a Civil Construction Project Manager for water projects in the Dallas / Fort Worth area.
 
Our ideal candidate will have established relations and contacts in the North Texas water market or will be strong enough to build these relations.
 
This position will:
  • Require advanced skills for business development, estimating, and request for proposal response. 
  • Provide overall supervision and coordination on one large project or several small projects that require interfacing of heavy/civil water projects.
  • Requires maintaining a strong working relationship with engineers, inspectors, developers, vendors, and subcontractors, so outstanding customer service skills are essential.
 

Responsibilities

Administration
  • Organizational and writing skills for business development.
  • Direct all job personnel in the implementation of E.E.O., safety, and preventive maintenance policies.
  • Analyze and update cost information on job cost reporting data.
  • Review all billings to ensure accurate reflection of job cost.
  • Submit regular billings to owners to ensure prompt payment.
  • Process all change orders as required by project owners to include detail necessary for job cost reporting software.
  • Maintain profit/loss accountability for individual projects to include job cost controls as established by the construction manager and take proactive measures to meet or beat budgeted costs.
  • Present and discuss change order needs with owners and owners’ representatives.
 
Construction
  • Construction management/CMAR experience.
  • Read and interpret owner’s drawings and specifications insuring that staff and sub-contractors understand all the specific job requirements.
  • Schedule and coordinate all resources as needed to pursue and build the project.
  • Monitor self-performed work to ensure labor and equipment resources are in line with needs.
  • Review daily time sheets to insure accurate job cost data.
  • Create and maintain general schedule and update schedule as job progresses or changes.
  • Create ten day detailed schedule and update weekly.
  • Provide all  personnel and sub-contractor personnel with sufficient notice to ensure all work is started on schedule.
  • Order and properly allocate cost for all material resources needed to complete the project.

Qualifications

  • Degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or equivalent preferred, but may be substituted by experience.
  • 15+ years of experience in the construction industry with a minimum of five (5) years as a project manager
  • Experience with water projects such as pipeline, pump station, reservoir, or treatment pla
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