Job Level : Experienced Professional
Closing Date : Ongoing

-Develops and implements the project safety plan, leading by example for health and safety practices and procedures.
-Chairs HSE meetings and manages team safety inspections to ensure that policies, procedures, and standards are followed.
-Chairs project meetings and ensures minutes are properly prepared/reviewed and promptly issued.
-Participates in estimates and works with subcontractors to secure new work.
-Develops and implements quality management plan and Quality Control (QC).
-Ensures the project is constructed as per design, budget, quality, and schedule.
-Develops the Project Execution Plan (PEP) with the superintendent.
-Manages project performance, schedule, and resources.
-Provides performance status reports for safety, cost forecast, and schedule.
-Performs weekly or monthly detailed project cost review: Labor Cost Reports (LCR) and Project Cost and Forecast (PCF) reports.
-Performs risk, opportunity management, and forecasting.
-Prepares and/or verifies progress payments to clients and subcontractors, and monitors progress.
-Understands client expectations and contract, and completes client project-specific
success criteria (CPSSC).
-Creates cost-management structure for budgets, productivities, crew rates, etc.
-Interfaces with the project team, client representative, consultants, and trade contractors for assigned area or project.
-Understands project organizational structure.
-Sets up project reporting procedures (e.g., labor, material, cost reports, site office procedures, and document control).
-Negotiates and issues subcontracts, revisions, and major purchase orders, and monitors their progress and schedule.
-Understands and enforces the contract/contract documents and resolves disputes.
-Participates or leads claims/dispute negotiations with owner and trade contractors.
-Manages all change orders, including negotiating, processing, and assessing cost and schedule impact.
-Participates in overall project closeout, including document archival, maintenance and warranty manuals, deficiencies, and warranty work.
-Oversees commissioning plan development, closeout plan, and their execution.
-Oversees pre-commissioning or commissioning and closeout.
-Other duties as required.

-Postsecondary education or training in engineering, construction management, or a related discipline.
-5–8 years of progressive construction experience with leadership and mentoring preferred.
– 12 months of estimating or related experience preferred.
-Knowledge and application of safety and environment principles/procedures/legislation.
-Demonstrated experience implementing a strong safety culture.
-In-depth knowledge of construction industry and company operations, including building materials, construction specifications, methods and procedures, safety, and quality management practices.
-Ability to identify and manage risk and opportunities on simple construction projects.
-Ability to identify staffing and hourly labor issues.

Our company is consistently ranked among the best companies to work for, and we aspire to be the most respected builder, renowned for excellence, leadership, and unsurpassed value.

Let us help you build your Legacy today.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for further screening will be contacted.

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