Repair and Alteration Project Manager
Greensboro, NC US
Repair and Alteration (R&A) Project Manager
Salary: $100k - $120k
Location Options: Greensboro, NC
Schedule: M-F 8am-5pm
Job Type: Temporary 1+ year project
- Bachelor s or Graduate degree from an accredited college or university in architecture, construction management, or engineering (civil, structural, electrical or mechanical) OR possession of current state registration as an architect or engineer
- 10+ years related work experience
- Minimum 5 years of experience in a lower-level managerial or leadership role at a field site
- Knowledge of the construction industry as it relates to the planning processes for design and construction of new facilities.
- Must have design and construction (Project Manager) experience and should be proficient in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel.
- Ability to oversee and coordinate projects, including planning, organizing, and assigning tasks, monitoring progress, and providing technical guidance and feedback.
- Ability to prepare, analyze, and interpret design and construction documents and technical reports.
- Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with managers, peers, subordinates, and contractors in the field.
- Ability to work with, interpret and apply National and Local Codes (e.g., OSHA, building).
- Knowledge of architecture, engineering, and building construction sufficient to review and inspect repair and alteration work and new construction of facilities.
- Knowledge of facility contracting procedures, cost estimating, job site safety, project scheduling, and quality control procedures for facilities.
- Must be fully vaccinated
- Provides architect/engineering consulting services, providing technical expertise in the evaluation of problems and the development of alternatives for construction projects.
- Participates in the analysis, evaluation, conduct of feasibility studies, cost estimates, and resolution of technical problems associated with the plan, design, and development of engineering systems and equipment that support construction projects.
- Prepares and develops justification for engineering proposals, including identification of alternatives for facilities, systems, and equipment for review of management.
- Evaluates technical, cost, and economic data to identify alternatives for support of mail processing.
- Participates in project management activities affiliated with the design, construction, testing, start-up, and operation of facilities, systems, and/or equipment.
- Participates in the preparation of requests for proposal, including development of drawings and specifications, and upon receipt, participates in the evaluation of bids for technical accuracy and compliance with contract requirements.
- Attends preconstruction and final acceptance meetings, conducts on-site inspections during the various project phases, and reports on noncompliance with contract requirements.
- Works with architects, engineers, contractors, construction representatives, and others involved in design and construction of postal facilities
All employees and contractors must be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus or have an approved exemption for a doctor-verified reason or a sincerely-held religious belief. Employment with and/or engagement with the Company as a contractor is contingent upon providing proof of COVID-19 vaccination or exemption approved by the Company
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