Job Description

Project Manager  (#8197) - Seattle Area
Industry: Commercial Concrete & Tilt-Up

Commercial & Civil Concrete Contractor Seeks Project Manager


Provide overall administrative and technical management on construction project site from bid preparation through final acceptance by client. The project manager / estimator manages the overall project direction, completion and financial outcome and administers both the owner and subcontractor relationships for assigned projects. The Project Manager is responsible for directing and mentoring on-site staff. The position requires business management acumen and must demonstrate strong leadership, organizational and time management skills, as well as have strong communication and client service skills.

Provide initial client contact to assess scope of work and resources required to successfully complete project.
Prepare complete estimate for selected project with detailed review of proposal specifications, drawings, takeoff information, contracting, and the like.
Supervise total construction effort to ensure project is constructed in accordance with design, budget and schedule. Includes interfacing with client representatives, AE representatives, other contractors, etc.
Plan, coordinate and supervise onsite functions (scheduling, engineering, material control, and may provide day-to-day direction of onsite administrative staff in accounting, purchasing, etc.).
Supervise craft employees and/or other contractors as required by the contract.
Provide technical assistance, i.e., interpretation of drawings, recommending construction methods and equipment, etc., as required. Initiate and maintain extra work estimating and issuance of change orders.
Assume responsibility for productivity of crafts, efficient use of materials & equipment, and contractual performance of the project.
Perform additional assignments per Supervisor's direction.

Educational and experience include: Four year engineering degree or equivalent combinations of technical training and/or related experience. Minimum of eight years construction management, estimating, and/or craft supervision experience in similar facility construction. Thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction (technology, equipment, methods); craft agreements, jurisdiction, negotiations; engineering, estimating, schedules and safety required. Excellent communication, organizational and supervisory skills essential.

Medical/Dental, Vision Insurance Plan’s
401(k) Retirement Plan
Compensation: DOE
Benefits also include paid vacation and company paid holidays


This is an excellent opportunity for a strong, dedicated, reliable individual to join a growing company.

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