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8750 W Bryn Mawr Ave Chicago, IL 60631 United States


The Project Manager provides overall management for pre-construction activities and works with the Superintendent to ensure successful project completion. The Project Manager ensures client satisfaction is maintained and makes decisions and recommendations which can greatly impact the corporate relationship with client and profitability of projects which they manage. The Project Manager acts without close supervision and requires proven experience and judgment.

• Develop and strengthen client relationship.
• Accurately estimate projects from conceptual through construction documents.
• Responsible for overall budgeting / bidding activities on projects.
• Provide initial schedule for estimating and bidding purpose. Assist Superintendent with detailed construction scheduling as necessary.
• Negotiate, award, write and enforce contracts.
• Review with superintendent project costs to ensure project is kept within budget.
• Ensure compliance with bond and insurance requirements.
• Maintain subcontractor relationships. Assist with conflict resolution.
• Work with superintendent on job site logistics and schedule.
• Coordinate office support as required for project needs.
• Coordinate all close-out activities on a timely basis.
• Perform additional assignments per client or management direction.

• Four-year construction-related degree or equivalent combination of technical training and/or related experience.
• 4 -10 years of experience gaining knowledge of construction, design, finance, and staff management.
• Must be able to apply innovative and effective management techniques to maximize employee performance.
• Thorough understanding of corporate and industry practices, processes, standards, etc. and their impact on project activities.
• Superior communication and interpersonal (tact, diplomacy, influence, etc.) skills are essential.

Power Construction is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law. Power Construction is committed to increasing opportunities for historically disadvantaged workers (including women and members of disproportionately affected racial and ethnic groups), as well as residents of marginalized communities.

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