Project Managers

Project Managers are responsible to the Project Executive for the overall construction project, and for the achievement of Fassberg, goals in the areas of cost, schedule and quality.

The PM works with the Superintendent, Project Engineer, and others to successfully insure the satisfaction and agreed-upon expectations of the client and subcontractors and functions as a Business Manager.

The position of Project Manager covers a wide variety of responsibilities and knowledge base which includes:

Pre-Construction Services:

Work in conjunction with the Estimator’s on all pre-con services
Attend and participate in design, budget and scheduling meetings with the Owner and/or Architect.
Insure that the Owner receives your leadership and technical abilities and advice.
Monitor and control pre-con costs, monitor project schedule and insure adherence to milestones.

Technical:

Ability to recognize problems and generate workable alternative solutions
Understanding of construction techniques to a relatively high degree in principle and practice including fundamentals of reinforced concrete, wood framing methods and engineering details, as well as electrical distribution systems, built-up roofing techniques, heating and air conditioning systems, all subcontractor trades, etc.
Estimating abilities such as quantity survey, listing and pricing of FCC work and Subcontractor work.
A thorough knowledge of contracts, general conditions and supplemental general conditions as well as plans and specifications associated with the project.

Management:

Recognition of varying levels of ability, experience and ambition in subordinates and ability to alter mentor qualities to encourage growth.
Evaluation of subordinate's performance in relation to their specific jobs setting goals for improvement and insuring that proper training is provided to fill in gaps.
Develop motivation and teamwork in subordinates.
Handle Owners with a firm and supportive attitude.

Administration:

Scheduling
Subcontracts
Change Orders
FCC Policy
4 year degree in Construction Management or Civil Engineering
5 - 8 years as a Project Engineer in the Construction Industry.
Ultimate professionalism with regard to relationships with Owners, Subcontractors and FCC Employees.
Thorough knowledge of contracts, materials, scheduling, productivity and cash flow.
Intermediate computer skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, Prolog
Excellent communication and writing skills

The work is challenging and requires the Project Manager to be a problem solver, a team leader and an inspiration to the Owner to keep the job moving. If you feel that you are the right candidate to fill this position please apply today!