Senior Project Manager
Catamount Constructors, an industry-leading national general contractor, is seeking a Project Manager with 10+ years’ experience for commercial and light industrial projects ranging between $50 Million and $100 Million. The position will be based out of our Denver office. Prior experience working on commercial and industrial projects, to include tilt-wall construction, is required.
We invite you to learn more about our company at www.catamountinc.com. We offer a progressive environment where your prior skills and experience will be valued and developed further. We are Employee owned (ESOP) and our compensation and benefits package is competitive, offering a 401(k) plan, WorkFlex and VacationFlex, and a full complement of insurance programs. And because our work spans across a multitude of market sectors, our team has an opportunity to shift between project types. Our culture has been described as a family environment that promotes work-life balance. We hope you’ll take a closer look at Catamount!
Essential Duties and Overall Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following, as other duties may be assigned:
Project Buyout – Makes solid decisions for the company and project during the buyout process; addresses the schedule in buyout and in subcontractor scope, completing the buyout within the designated time frame; establishes appropriate purchasing plan and identifies all risk items; practices strong negotiating skills.
Documentation – Maintains and submits a weekly project update accurately and on time; maintains and updates purchasing schedule, submittal log, subcontractor change order log, owner change order log, lost day log and RFI log; generates subcontractor agendas and minutes; and maintains accurate and timely documentation of project issues.
Subcontractor Management – Maintains open communications; notifies underperforming subcontractors timely with project notifications; reviews/approves subcontractor draw/invoice requests; processes subcontractor change orders; reviews change order proposals for accuracy of quantities, conformance with contract documents and subcontractor scope of work.
Job Cost Accuracy – Adheres to cost projections; submits monthly project reports on time; strives to show upward trend throughout duration of project.
Owner Relationships – Maintains contact with the owner and communicates all project updates in a timely manner; thinks proactively on owner’s behalf; handles clients’ needs with a sense of urgency; adapts to different clients’ individual requirements; holds bi-weekly Owner, Architect, and Contractor meetings and generates agenda and minutes; submits owner pay applications correctly and on time; submits owner change orders within allotted time; and understands and exceeds clients’ expectations.
Project Safety – Completes on-site job checklist during site visits; actively assists project Superintendent with enforcement of site safety.
Project Schedule – Updates and posts overall project schedule monthly; completes project within contract duration; takes actions to maintain or improve project schedule; reviews the three week schedule with Superintendents on a weekly basis.
Teamwork – Shows respect for duties of other team members; supports and interacts with the PC; assumes role as the project team leader; support and interacts with field supervision; and ensures Deficiency Log is updated and issued on a weekly basis.
Project Close-out – Leads close-out process; performs pre-punch list walk through; enforces contract close-out timeline and notifies subcontractors.
Project Management – Maintains solid understanding of the contract; reviews and researches changes prior to submitting to the client; addresses challenging issues head-on; uses Viewpoint software to its full capacity.
Travel – Travels to and between project sites as necessary. Performs other duties as required.
Education/Experience Requirements: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university is required, and 10-15 years of successful project team management is preferred.
EOE – Including Disability/Vets