The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for the project and is accountable for satisfying The Company and the client in terms of quality, safety, timeliness and cost. The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for giving the client a satisfying construction experience and is accountable for managing a safe, effective and efficient project, adhering to The Company values, policy and procedures. The Assistant Project Manager may be assigned duties and responsibilities explicitly depicted in the descriptions of other Company role descriptions (i.e. Project Director, Project Manager, and/or Superintendent) as required by the existence of certain circumstances (i.e. size and complexity of the project, availability of qualified management/engineering personnel, etc.). The Assistant Project Manager is accountable for managing the project team and for ensuring subcontractors and suppliers perform as contracted. The Assistant Project Manager is also responsible for the financial performance of the project.
Assistant Project Manager incumbents are expected to demonstrate proficiency in the following core competency areas at the level necessary to manage projects of moderate scope.
Moderate scope projects are generally defined as a project or group of projects between $7,000,000 and $15,000,000 in annual construction cost; or projects with $1M per month billing for at least 7 - 15 consecutive months; or projects with over 300,000 manhours or 30,000 manhours per month for at least 10 consecutive months.
Responsible for a defined portion of a project and is accountable for establishing effective working relationships with clients and managing the flow of routine information and documents between the Company and the client. The Project Coordinator maintains up-to-date, accurate documents for the project including drawings, plans, master schedule as-builts, submittals, logs, test results, etc. The Project Coordinator works closely with the Superintendent and subcontractors to plan and coordinate upcoming work and obtains, tracks and expedites the delivery of equipment and materials to the site. The Project Coordinator also assists the Project Manager in monitoring the status of the project and identifying efforts to more effectively manage the project.
The Project Coordinator is an entry-level project management position. It is expected that the incumbent will demonstrate a level of proficiency in the following core competency areas necessary to manage projects of minor scope.
Minor scope projects are generally defined as a project or group of projects up to $7,000,000 in annual construction cost; or projects with $1M per month billing for at least seven consecutive months; or projects with over 150,000 manhours or 15,000 manhours per month for at least 10 consecutive months.