We are offering an exciting opportunity for a full-time Steel Self Perform Project Manager in our Heath office.

Steel Self Perform Project Manager

The Steel Self-Perform Project Manager is the leader responsible for overall project fiscal success, planning and scheduling, resource allocation, accounting, control, and customer satisfaction, with little or no supervision. Oversees the day to-day operations of our self-performed steel work – both shop fabrication and field installation. Provide technical direction and thorough knowledge of the entire construction process to ensure compliance with contract, safety standards, and quality standards. Possess the ability to multi-task responsibilities, train and mentor employees, and exceed the project goals.
Essential Function Summary
Coordinate utilization of resources – labor, materials, and equipment, and ensuring their implementation at most cost-effective terms. Implementation of various operations through proper on-site and off-site coordination. Development of effective communications and resolving conflicts among the project participants.
Lead the entire self-perform steel construction project from start to finish. Adhere to the Company’s Safety Policy, Substance Abuse Policy, Equal Employment Opportunity and Sexual Harassment Policy, and the Company Manual. Construct the steel project in accordance with the plans, specifications, and standard work practices. Perform project planning, budgeting, and identification of resources needed.
Supervise self-perform steel staff, both shop fabrication and field installation, as assigned including foremen and trade employees and maximize staff’s performance. Update self-perform quantities on a weekly basis and analyze productivity. Provide reports and feedback to the Vice President of Operations and identify any risks. Identify the elements of project design and construction likely to give rise to risk, disputes, and claims.
Evaluate performance of self-perform employees – both shop fabrication and field installation – and recommend continued employment or replacement. Develop and implement training programs for staff. Participate in hiring new employees and terminating current staff if needed.
Review and approve steel submittals and gain approval, procure materials, and plan timely material fabrication and deliveries.
Work closely with the Project Team to ensure all required paperwork and documentation is completed in a timely and accurate manner.
Review the Documents for potential change order requests for additional work, and work outside the scope of the Contract. Initiate and estimate all change order requests for additional work. Make recommendations to Project Team for design or other changes that will enhance the quality of the project, reduce operating costs, improve on the schedule, or decrease overall construction costs.
Help to develop the initial overall critical path project schedule with the Project Team. Ensure that all field construction activities progress according to the baseline schedule. Monitor and inspect onsite the progress of the project and construction activities. Devise the project work plans and make revisions as and when need arises.
Communicate effectively with the team members responsible for completing various phases of the project. Coordinate the efforts of all parties involved in the project, which include the Owner, subcontractors, suppliers, and the work force.
Perform all management of the project documentation requirements, including but not limited to: updating record drawings, non-compliance notices, punchlists, incomplete work lists, etc. Complete punchlists within 60 days of substantial completion.
Assist estimating of new work opportunities, when required, and provide input to the Estimating Team for required estimates, value engineering recommendations, and schedule durations. When required, visit sites to review new potential projects and meet with the potential clients as needed.
A four-year Bachelor’s degree in engineering or construction management, or equivalent combinations of technical training and practical hands-on experience. Minimum ten years of experience and five years as a supervisor in construction projects. Advance knowledge of various construction disciplines, safety regulations, scheduling, cost control, engineering drawings and other documents, plus ability to supervise and evaluate craft performance is essential. Reasoning ability to solve practical and complex problems in a variety of situations. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in writing, orally, diagramed or in a schedule format. Proficient in all current technology and software, including but not limited to: Microsoft Office, Bluebeam, AutoCAD, etc.
Superior communication skills. Ability to plan and organize a team effort. Good client management and goodwill building ability. Effective time management and logical decision-making ability. Capacity to handle pressure. Physical and mental fitness is a given. Business oriented person. Strong focus on safety and quality. Capacity to motivate, lead and boost morale of the teams. Provide innovative and effective management practices to maximize employee(s) performance.
Working Conditions:
Most duties are performed in a weather dependent, natural lighting construction work environment. Must be able to work with a computer in the field construction environment. Most of the day is spent walking or standing. The workday is spent working with management and associates to solve problems. Others impose 90% of deadlines and 10% are self imposed. Some lifting up to 75 pounds is required.
An valid Ohio Driver’s License
Must successfully complete a drug screen, background check and motor vehicle report.
Must be able to successfully complete the I-9 requirements.
Robertson Construction is an EOE (Minorities/Females/Protected Veteran), ADA (Individual with Disabilities) and CDC compliant organization.